Kerala SET (LBS) Result 2020: The result for Kerala SET 2020 releases at the official website, lbscentre.kerala.gov.in. To check result, candidates have to enter their roll number. LBS Centre for Science and Technology declares the Kerala SET result in PDF format. After declaration of Kerala SET result, document verification of successful candidates is conducted. Once the final result for Kerala SET is declared, successful candidates can apply for the SET certificate. Read the article to get complete information related to Kerala SET (LBS) result 2020 including document verification, process to check result, qualifying marks, instructions to get the SET certificate.
Latest: The exam date of Kerala SET 2020 has been postponed, the fresh dates will be intimated later.
Kerala SET (LBS) Result 2020
Candidates with their final year result for PG/B.Ed awaiting need not apply for SET certificate before the publication of result. Check important dates for Kerala SET 2020 (LBS) below.
|Important Events||Important Dates|
|Declaration of result||To be announced|
Check result here: Candidates can check Kerala SET result 2020 as per schedule at lbscentre.kerala.gov.in.
Kerala SET 2020 Qualifying Marks
Candidates must secure the minimum qualifying marks as provided below to pass Kerala State Eligibility Test (SET). The qualifying marks are given in the table below.
|Category||Paper I||Paper II||TOTAL|
|OBC (Non-Creamy layer)||35||35||45|
How to calculate percentage of marks?
To calculate the percentage of marks for pass, candidates can use the formula provided below.
Percentage of marks = Marks secured for ( Paper I + Paper II) / Maximum marks for (Paper I + Paper II) X 100
In the calculation of marks, fraction is rounded off to the first two decimal places in the calculation of the aggregate percentage of marks. No rounding off is done for the calculation of percentage of marks for pass for Paper-I and Paper-II respectively.
How to check Kerala SET Result 2020?
The result for Kerala SET 2020 releases at the official website after the process of raising objections. To check the result using the roll number, follow the steps mentioned below:
1st step: Visit the official website, lbscentre.kerala.gov.in or access result using direct link.
2nd step: Under the quick links, select ‘SET FEB 2020 Result’ to access result.
3rd step: A new page opens where candidates have to enter their roll number and click on ‘submit’.
4th step: Result is then displayed on the screen.
5th step: Download and take a print out of the SET Feb 2020 result.
Retrieve Roll number of Kerala SET 2020 Result
In case candidates have forgotten their roll number, they can get it from their admit card. Or candidates can retrieve their roll number by referring the steps provided below.
1st step: Go to the login page for checking result.
2nd step: Click on the link ‘click here’ provided against forget roll number.
3rd step: After clicking on the link, a page opens where candidates have to enter the following details – subject opted for SET, district opted for SET, and date of birth.
4th step: Click on the submit button.
5th step: After completing this process, the candidate will get his/her roll number.
Document Verification for Kerala SET 2020
Candidates who are declared qualified for Kerala SET 2020 are called for document verification. Successful candidates have to send their documents for verification and issuance of the SET certificate. These documents should be sent to the Director, LBS Centre, Nandavanam, Thiruvananthapuram within the stipulated time.
Documents which candidates have to send are as follows:
- Filled in the application form for SET Feb 2020 downloaded from the official website of LBS centre.
- Copies attested by Gazetted officer –
- PG degree original/provisional grade sheet and mark sheet/certificate.
- B.Ed original/provisional degree.
- Recognition and equivalency certificate from any university of Kerala (if applicable).
- Equivalency certificate from anyone university in case of candidates possessing qualification in subjects other than mentioned.
- Original caste/category certificate which remains valid till online registration of SET 2020 (required for the relaxation of marks).
Issue of Kerala SET 2020 Certificate
Those candidates who are able to qualify Kerala SET 2020 have to produce their qualifying certificates and application for the SET certificate. These certificates should be produced within a period of one year from the date of publication of result. SET certificates are signed by the director of general education only after verification of documents. If candidates apply for the SET certificate after 1 year, they have to pay a late fee of Rs. 500 for the next one year and an additional amount of Rs.250/- for each subsequent year.
Late fee for the issuance of the SET certificate should be sent in demand draft. DD can be drawn from any nationalized bank in the favour of the Director, LBS Centre for Science and Technology, Thiruvananthapuram.
Duplicate Kerala SET 2020 Certificate
If Kerala SET 2020 certificate is lost, a duplicate certificate is issued to the candidates. For this, candidates have to apply to the director, LBS centre for science and technology on the payment of Rs.1000/-. The following documents should be attached with the application for the issue of duplicate certificate:
- A demand draft of Rs.1000/- drawn from a nationalized bank in favour of the Director, LBS Centre science and technology, payable at Thiruvananthapuram.
- An affidavit stamp paper of Rs.100/- to the effect that SET certificate is lost, which is attested by the notary public/first-class judicial magistrate and other important documents.
About Kerala SET
LBS Centre for Science and Technology conducts the recruitment process for Kerala SET. It is mandatory to qualify SET for the appointment as higher secondary school teachers in the state. Candidates have to go through one stage selection procedure which includes a written examination. A SET certificate is issued to only those candidates who successfully produce their documents for verification.
Kerala SET 2020 Result Frequently Asked Questions
Ans : The duplicate certificate can be availed on payment of fee of Rs 1000. Apart from that an affidavit in stamp paper worth Rs 100 to the effect that the SET Certificate issued to the candidate has been irrecoverably lost, duly attested by a Notary Public/First Class Judicial Magistrate and other relevant certificates must also be produced.
Ans : Those who want to get a photocopy of the OMR Answer Sheet will be provided the same on payment of a fee of Rs 500 per paper. Application for providing photocopy must be made within a period of one month from the date of publication of results. Late applications will not be considered.
Ans : General candidates have to secure minimum 40 marks in Paper-I and Paper-II respectively and 48 marks in total.