MAH CET (MBA) Exam Date, Syllabus, Eligibility, Fee, Previous Year Papers



Directorate of Technical Education (DTE ) has released a notification for Maharashtra state for admissions to the MBA programs. But now, MAH CET CAP (Centralised Admission Process) is the process that will end with counseling for the selected candidates for MBA admission in the participating colleges of Maharashtra. The candidates who have passed Bachelor's degree (any discipline) from a recognized university/institute or its equivalent and have Indian Nationality are eligible. 



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de MAH CET
Age Limit
18 years
Educational Qualification
12th passed or its equivalent from a recognized board and have Indian Nationality
Admit Card & Exam Date
admit card issue: 4th week of April 2021 Exam Date: 2nd week of may 2021
Exam Duration
270 minutes
No. of Sections
4
Gender
For Male and Female Candidates
Registration Period
2nd week of February 2021 to 4th week of march 2021
Mode of Conduct
Written Test
Table of Contents

 

  1. Important Dates for the MHT CET Exam

  2. MHT CET Eligibility Criteria

  3. MHT CET Exam Application Fee

  4. MHT CET Recruitment Application Form

  5. MHT CET Exam Admit Card

  6. MHT CET Exam Pattern

  7. MHT CET Exam Marking Scheme

  8. MHT CET Syllabus

  9. MHT CET Tips and Tricks

 

Important Dates for MHT CET Exam

 

  • State Common Entrance Test Cell, Government of Maharashtra will conduct the examination for admission in various undergraduate courses (engineering, pharmacy, and agriculture).

  • The dates for MHT CET 2021 are yet to be announced soon by the Exam conducting body; the exam's tentative schedule is mentioned here.

  • MHT CET  Notification 2021 Release: February 2021

  • MHT CET  Application form filling (Registration): 2nd Week of February

  • Last Date MHT CET for  Application Form: 3rd week of March

  • MHT CET Admit card release date: 4th week of April

  • MHT CET  Exam 2021: In between 2nd – 4th Week of May

  • MHT CET  Result: 1st week of June

 

MHT CET Eligibility Criteria

         

The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test Eligibility Criteria is:

1. Age Limit:

There is no criterion for age as the candidates having the educational qualifications can appear for the entrance exam.

2. Educational Qualifications:

  • The candidate must have passed HSC/ Class 12th examination, equivalent to physics, chemistry, biology or mathematics, and English with at least 50% of marks from a government-recognized board/ institute.

  • For Reserved Category candidates, 45% is the minimum marks criteria for eligibility.

3. Nationality:

The candidate must be of Indian Nationality.

 

MHT CET Application Fee

 

The candidates have to pay the fee for the recruitment application form during the submission of the form; the amount is mentioned here:

  • General Candidates: Rs. 800+ Payment Charges

  • Reserved Category Candidates: Rs. 600+Payment Charges

 

MHT CET Recruitment Application Form

 

  • The candidates have to apply on the official site mahacet.org and click Apply Online.

  • The candidate has to register themselves with the mobile number and email ID, note down the registration number and password for future use.

  • The candidate has to enter personal information, contact information, and educational qualifications.

  • The candidate has to select the subjects from Mathematics or Biology for MHT CET, further sign the declaration that says the information provided is authentic.

  • Upload the requisite documents, photograph, and signature in JPG/ JPEG Format within the given dimensions and submit the form.

    • Photograph Dimensions: 15 KB – 50 KB

    • Signature Dimensions: 5 KB – 20 KB

    • Verification ID: 15 KB – 250 KB

  • Pay the application fee and finally submit the application form.

  • Keep a copy of the filled application form for future use.

MHT CET Exam Pattern

 

  • MHT CET Exam Mode: Computer-Based Test

  • MHT CET Test Type: Objective Type

  • MHT CET Test Questions Type: Multiple-Choice Questions

  • MHT CET Test Level: State- Level

  • MHT CET Test Language: English

  • MHT CET Prelims Test Duration: 3 Hours (180 Minutes)

  • MHT CET Number Of Questions: 150

  • Papers Description of MHT CET PCM Test:

    • Mathematics – 50 questions

    • Physics – 100 questions

    • Chemistry – 100 questions

  • Maximum Marks of MHT CET PCM Test: 200 Marks

  • Papers Description of MHT CET PCB Test:

    • Botany and Zoology – 100 questions

    • Physics – 100 questions

    • Chemistry – 100 questions

  • Maximum Marks of MHT CET PCB Test: 200 Marks

  • Sectional Time Limit:

    • PCB Test:

      • Physics and Chemistry: 90 mins

      • Biology (Botany and Zoology): 90 mins

PCM Test:

  • Physics and Chemistry: 90 mins

  • Mathematics: 90 mins

Syllabus Topics for Maharashtra Common Entrance Test

Analytical and Logical Reasoning: Statements and Conclusions, Statements and Assumptions, Seating Arrangement, Blood Relations, Abstract Reasoning

Verbal Usage and Reading Comprehension: Antonyms and Synonyms, Grammar, Sentense Completion 

Quantitative Ability: Algebra, Probability, Time and Work, Percentage, Mensuration, Ratio and Proportion

Tips and Tricks of Maharashtra Common Entrance Test

  • Become smart by attempting questions that you are sure of first, then come to the questions you’re in doubt. But don’t attempt them anyway, remember negative marking is a factor here. Therefore, only attempt a question if you really know the answer to.
  • Manage your time properly; give appropriate amount of time to each section. Try to improve your time by practicing as many online tests as possible. Youth4work provides online mock tests will time limit attached to each question; this way one can learn to finish the entire exam within the time limit.
  • Studying in a stretch for hours can be tedious and hard and also not so good. Therefore, try to study at several times in regular sessions during a day. This will make learning easy and fun, also you will have enough time to brush up the already studied topics in between intervals.
  • It is very important to maintain proper health, so you don’t fall sick on the big day. Give your brain appropriate time to refresh itself. Don’t rush too much information into your head than its limit allows. Take it slow and steady. And get at least eight hours of sleep each night

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