MAH-CET Results 2020 out: Check details here
Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MAH-CET) which is conducted by DTE (Directorate of Technical Education), Maharashtra has released a statement that the results are out today i.e. 23rd May at 11.00 am.
MAH-CET 2020 was held on March 14 and March 15, 2020. Due to the pandemic of COVID- 19 lockdown the results had gotten postponed.
CET Results: How to check the results:
- Visit the official website – mahacet.org
- Click on the result link
- Fill credentials
- The result will appear on the screen, download it for future reference
If you can’t access the site, we have you sorted. Click here for the pdf of the results. MBA_MMS_Result22052020
All the Best!!
Cleared CET? Start with the Next Step!
Congrats! you are now eligible for the counseling process. You can get on with the GDPI process and choose the college of your liking.
What is MAH-CET?
MAH-CET is a computer-based examination conducted by DTE for admissions in management colleges of Maharashtra. The exam is usually held in the month of December. The admission process for this examination is slightly different from the other colleges. Though there is an entrance exam for the admission there is no GD-PI or any other exam for selection. Candidates get colleges on the basis of their merits and score they get in the exam.
- Fill the application form. It is filled online and comes in the month of January to February.
- Download Admit Card
- Online Exam
- MAH-CET Results
- Check Scores
- Document Verification
- CAP Rounds
Important Dates of MAH-CET 2020
- Online Registration: 10/01/2020 to 22/02/2020
- Date of release of Hall Ticket: 01/03/2020
- Date of Exam: 14/03/2020 & 15/03/2020
- Date of result: 23/05/2020
How to check MAH-CET Results
DTE releases a pdf with scores and percentiles of all the candidates on its official website. Candidates can find their results by searching their Registration number.
The result contains the following information:
- AIR (All India Rank)
- Registration Number
- Roll Number
- CET Score in Exam/ out of 200
- CET Percentile
For every correct question candidates get 1 mark. There is no negative marking for the wrong answer or unattempted question. But this is a raw score since the exam is conducted in your different sessions there is a change in the difficulty level of the exam. So the scores are scaled according to the difficulty level of the exam in different sessions, the number of candidates appeared for the examination. Then total scores and percentile are assigned to the candidates.
MAH-CET Cell conducts the Centralised Admission Process (CAP) for counseling after the CET results. But before the CAP round candidates are required to get their documents verified. Documents that are required for verification are Score Card, 10th & 12th mark sheets, Graduation mark sheets, Aadhar Card, Admit Card, All the reservation category certificates if applicable, Domicile Certificate, Work Experience Letter if applicable.
CAP rounds are conducted online where candidates lock the colleges as per their preferences. Then the colleges are allotted to them as per their merits in CET Exam. Those who don’t get colleges as per their preferences can register themselves for the next round. Usually, three CAP rounds are conducted. Those who get colleges as per their choice can lock the seat of college and pay the fees.
MAH-CET Colleges Cut-off
- Verbal Ability
- Reading Comprehension
- Spelling Usage
- Para Jumbles, Para Completion
- Fill in the Blanks
- Critical Reasoning
Also read: CET Analysis
2. Quantitative Ability
- Ratio, Proportion, and Variation
- Profit and Loss
- Simple and Compound Intrest
- Time, Speed and Distance
- Time and Work
- Simple Equation
- Quadratic Equations
- Average and Mixtures
- Number System
- Coordinate Geometry
- Functions and Graphs
- Logarithms, Indices, and Surds
- Permutation and Combination
- Data Sufficiency
- Data Interpretation
- Pie Charts
- Line graphs
3. Logical Reasoning
- Linear Arrangement
- Circular Arrangement
- Floor based
- Critical Reasoning
- Blood Relations
- Venn Diagrams
- Direction Based
- Non-Verbal Reasoning