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MAH-CET (Maharashtra Common Entrance Test) Exam Pattern

 

Exam Pattern and Distribution of Total Marks 

• The question paper for the CET will be set in English only. Translations in any languages will not be available.
• The CET would be of 2 1/2 (Two and half) hours duration and would have a maximum of 200 marks.
• The CET would have multiple choice objective type questions.
• The CET would not have negative marking.
• There will be no verification of marks or revaluation of answer sheets of the CET
• The marks at the CET would be considered for admission during the current academic year only and would not be allowed to be carried forward to the next year.
• All the candidates who appear for the CET will be eligible for the GD and PI. The batch number, date, time and venue for the GD and PI will be indicated on the call letter for CET , GD and PI.

Distribution of Total Marks :
• The following will be the Head wise distribution of the total marks of 240, on the basis of which the final University wise/ Category wise/ State level Merit lists will be drawn. 

Head

Marks

Common Entrance Test (CET)

200

Group Discussion (GD)

17

Personal Interview (PI)

17

Past Academic Record (PAR)

04

Work Experience (WE)

02

Total

240

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Past Academic Record (PAR) of a candidate will be evaluated as shown below :

Percentage

Marks

75% and above marks at SSCE or equivalent examination

02

60% and above but less than 75% marks at SSCE or equivalent Exam.

01

Less than 60% marks at SSCE or equivalent examination

00

75% and above marks at HSCE or equivalent examination

02

60% and above but less than 75% marks at HSCE or equivalent Exam.

01

Less than 60% marks at HSCE or equivalent examination.

00

 

• The work Experience (WE) of a candidate will be evaluated as shown below :

Work Experience

Marks

Of 3 years and more

02

Of 1 year and more but less than 3 years

01

Of less than 1 year

00

 

• Work Experience earned by a candidate after passing the qualifying examination and at managerial level in a company listed on any of The Stock Exchanges in India, will only be considered for grant of marks on that count.

• For candidates who have joined their Engineering degree courses after successfully completing their diploma programmes in Engineering, the final year examination of the diploma programme conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education or its equivalent will be considered as an examination equivalent to HSC examination.

• HSSCE and SSCE respectively denote the Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination and the Secondary School Certificate Examination of any of the Divisional Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education.