MBA CET FAQs
The MBA CET is an entrance examination conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education, Mumbai. The exam score of the Common Entrance Test (CET) is taken into consideration for getting admission in the MBA colleges of Maharashtra. This exam acts as a last shot at redemption for a candidate after getting poor scores in CAT, NMAT, XAT, etc. That itself speaks about the importance of this state held examination. Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS), Sydenham Institute of Management Studies (SIMSREE), K. J. Somaiya Institute of Management Studies and Research and Prin. L. N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research are some of the well-known B-schools that accept MBA CET scores.
- He/she who wishes to appear for the exam must be between 21 yrs and 25 yrs of age.
- A candidate must’ve minimum 50 % aggregate score or a similar CGPA. It is minimum 45% for those candidates belonging from other backward class or those having disability.
- Those in their final year degree are also eligible to apply.
- CET Notification Date: 15th Jan
- CET Online Registration: 20th Jan
- CET Admit Card Release: 18th Feb
- CET Exam Date: 11th March
- CET Results: 11th March
The above dates are tentative and may tend to fluctuate. For more updates, you can visit the official DTE site.
The admit card is provided to an individual on the basis of the information he/she provides while submitting the online application. You need to visit the official website and download the hall ticket. Without your hall ticket, you won’t be allowed to be seated for the examination.
Those who want to apply through CAP (percentile method) & other admission processes need to mandatory register themselves for the Common Admission Test. In such a circumstance, you won’t be provided with a hall ticket as you need to take a print out of your application for referential purposes.
The centres for MBA-CET will be allocated by the DTE at various cities within the state of Maharashtra. A candidate has a choice of choosing the city he/she desires to give the paper, but the venue within the city is decided by the Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra.
- Verbal Reasoning
- Reading Comprehension
- Quantitative Ability
- Data Analysis
- Data Sufficiency
- Analytical Reasoning
- Verbal Reasoning
- Non- Verbal Reasoning
A candidate needs to answer 200 questions within duration of 150 minutes. So, you will need to work upon your speed! The paper will be conducted in English. For the paper, there won’t be negative markings. This should bring a smile to all the CET Aspirants. There will be 4 sections- i.e. Verbal Ability (50), Quantitative Aptitude (50), Logical Reasoning (75) and Abstract Reasoning (25). All of them will be MCQ’s and also you are allowed to switch between sections.
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