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Name: MH CET
Exam Full Name:: Maharashtra Common Entrance Test
Category: Engineering
Website: https://mhtcet2017.dtemaharashtra.gov.in/
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MH CET

Description

 The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHT CET) for entry into various engineering  colleges in Maharashtra is held in two phases at two different times of the year. The entrance test of MHT CET will be held for 2 papers – Paper I for Mathematics (1.30 hours) and Paper II (1.30 hours) for Physics and Chemistry in offline or pen & paper based mode."Image

The test is taken after the 12th grade for admission to graduation (also known as Bachelors) courses.The purpose of MHT CET is admission to many private and governmental medical and engineering institutions in Maharashtra .

Exam Level

National level exam

Contact Information

 Nationality: Only Indian Nationals are eligible

Qualifying Exam-Passed 10+2 system of Higher Secondary Examination conducted by the State Board; Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE, New Delhi).The Council for Indian School Certificate Examination -ISCE, New Delhi.

Marks Required: -  50 % marks (for General Category) and at least 45 % marks (for reserved category and Persons with Disability candidates) belonging to Maharashtra State only).

Age Limit- There is no age limit for appearing in MHT CET.

 The Question Paper of MHT CET has four sections-

  1.  Physics
  2. Chemistry
  3. Mathematics
  4. Biological Science.

Paper Subject MCQ Mark per question Total Marks
Paper I Physics 50 1 50
Chemistry 50 1 50
Paper II Biology (Botany) 50 1 50
Biology (Zoology) 50 1 50
Paper III Mathematics 50 2 100

 

  1.  Maths syllabus mainly consists of Calculus, and Trigo  It is very important to practice Calculus well. Mh CET the problems will be simple manipulation of equations and solving differential equations.
  2. Bio syllabus is vast and big. The questions might be based on diagrams and it is important to practice diagrams and the labels associated with them. Owing to the vast syllabus, it is advisable that aspirants start preparing for the same well before the exam, up to 5-6 months in advance.

 


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