Mysuru, Jan 9: University of Mysore Vice-Chancellor, Prof G Hemanth Kumar on Friday said that the Karnataka State Eligibility Test (KSET) for Professorship will be held in March-April.
The UGC has allowed UoM to conduct KSET exams for the next two years, he added.
Speaking to newsmen here, he said out of the eleven centers where KSET exams were held the highest number of candidates who have been selected are from Mysuru Centre. Mysuru has secured first place, but it is 03 percent lesser than last year.”
The KSET exams were held on September 27, 2020, for 41 subjects and Commerce has emerged on the top.
Mr Kumar said that the admission to the Master's Degree will be closed on January 19 and classes will start on January 25 for the first year.
The Principal's Meeting has been convened on Jan 18. Most of the coursework has already been completed for online graduate students. Finishing the remaining text to conduct exams. Teachers' role is important to educate students. However, there is a shortage of permanent staff, including professors at the University and an appeal was made to the Government to fill the vacant posts.