MHT CET Eligibility Criteria 2020 – State Common Entrance Cell, Maharashtra has specified the MHT CET 2020 eligibility criteria for all candidates wishing to appear for the state entrance exam for B.Tech/B.E admissions. MHT CET eligibility criteria 2020 lists all the conditions and requirements that the candidates need to meet to appear for the exam. The MHT CET 2020 eligibility criteria consists of details regarding age limit, nationality, candidature type and more. It is essential for candidates to meet the eligibility criteria of MHT CET 2020 not just to appear for the exam but also for admissions the various undergraduate engineering programmes offered by colleges in the state. MHT CET will be held in the second to third week of May, 2020 by the CET cell, Maharashtra. For more details about MHT CET Eligibility Criteria 2020, read the full article.MHT CET 2020 is a computer based test that will be held by the State CET Cell in multiple sessions. Candidates should also note that according to the authorities, 85% of the seats in the private unaided engineering institutes in Maharashtra will be filled through MHT CET 2020 scores while 15% seats of these seats will be filled/reserved for All India Quota through JEE Main or MHT CET.
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General MHT CET 2020 Eligibility Criteria
Nationality – The candidates should be of Indian nationality.
Age Limit – There is no age limit for the candidates
Qualifying Examination – The candidates should have completed their 12th standard or equivalent examination from a recognized board/university with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Those who will be appearing for the qualifying exam in 2020 will also be eligible
Marks Required – General category candidates should have secured minimum 50% aggregate marks in 12th standard examination (45% for SC/ ST/ OBC candidates).
Eligibility Criteria of MHT CET for Direct Admissions
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The following category of students will be offered direct admissions based on their performance in the qualifying exam.
Children of NRI/OCI/PIO
Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries
MHT CET Eligibility Criteria 2020 - Candidature Type
Category of students
Maharashtra State Candidates
Nationality: Only Indian Nationals are eligibleEducational Qualification: Candidates must have passed HSC/equivalent exam with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects with any one of the subjects – Chemistry/ Biotechnology/ Biology/ Technical/ Vocational subjects. In these subjects taken together, the candidates should have secured a minimum of 50 % marks (for General Category) and at least 45% marks (for reserved category and Persons with Disability candidates) belonging to Maharashtra State only).
Candidates must have passed Diploma in Engineering and Technology and secured a minimum of 50 % aggregate marks (for General category) and at least 45% aggregate marks (for reserved/ backward category/ Persons with Disability) belonging to Maharashtra State only.ORMust have passed B.Sc. Degree from a recognized university as defined by UGC with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks (for General category) and at least 45% aggregate marks (for backward class/ Persons with Disability) belonging to Maharashtra State only. These candidates should have passed XII class with Mathematics as a subject
All India Candidates (AI)
Jammu & Kashmir Migrant Candidates
Children of NRI/OCI/PIO/Indian workers in Gulf Countries (CWIGC), Foreign National (FN) Candidates
These candidates must have passed HSC or equivalent exam with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects with one of these – Chemistry/ Biotechnology/ Biology/ Technical/ Vocational subjects and obtained at least 50% marks in the above subjects taken together
MHT CET 2020 Eligibility Criteria for Maharashtra State Candidature
Place of passing the Qualifying Exam should fall within the jurisdiction of the respective University area.
Candidate not falling in Type A but his/her mother or father are domiciles of Maharashtra. (They must possess domicile certificate).
Place of domicile certificate issuing authority must fall within the jurisdiction of the respective University area.
Candidates who do not fall in Type A or Type B but their mother or father is a Government of India or Government of India Undertaking employee. Either of the parents should be posted and reported to the duty in Maharashtra before the deadline of MHT CET CAP application submission (which means the counselling application form).
The parents posting area must fall within the jurisdiction of the respective University area.
Candidates who do not fall in (Type A, B and C category), but either of their parents are employees of or are retires as Government of Maharashtra or Government of Maharashtra Undertaking.
Place of posting of mother or father or place of settlement in case of retirement or place of last posting in case posted outside Maharashtra state falling within the jurisdiction of the respective University area.
Candidates passing SSC and/or HSC Exam from a recognized institution situated in a disputed Maharashtra-Karnataka Border Area and whose Mother tongue is Marathi.
Candidates were considered under outside home University or for outside Maharashtra state seats.
Minority Candidature MHT CET 2020 Eligibility Criteria
Should belong to a particular linguistic or religious minority community from Maharashtra (as notified by the Government).
MHT CET 2020 Eligibility Criteria for Domicile of Maharashtra Karnataka Disputed Border Area (MKB)
Domiciled candidates of a place situated in the area specified as Maharashtra-Karnataka disputed border are will be eligible.
Should have passed 10+2th standard from an institute situated in the disputed border area.
Domicile certificate has to be produced from the Principal/Head Master of the College/School reflecting that the candidates belong to that institute.
Candidates belonging to MKB are required to have Marathi as their mother tongue and a certificate has to be produced from the Principal/Head Master of the College from where they qualified 12th standard examination.
Marathi should have been studied as one of the subjects by the candidates in 10+2 (or equivalent) examination.
MHT CET 2020 Eligibility Criteria for Wards of Defence Personnel
Ward/Spouse/Children of former defence service personnel (residents of Maharashtra).
Ward/Spouse of serving defence personnel (transferred to Maharashtra)
MHT CET 2020 Eligibility Criteria for Persons with Disability (PwD)
The candidates should meet the following requirements. The certificate (Proforma F/F-1) has to be produced by the candidates where the extent of disability i.e., whether it is more than 40% or permanent in nature has to be written.
Candidates blind under type P1
Candidates deaf and dumb under type P2
Candidates with orthopaedic disorders, learning disabilities, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphica, Spastic (Type P3)
MHT CET 2020 Eligibility Criteria for J&K Migrant Candidature
Children of displaced citizens from Jammu and Kashmir to any part of India.
Children of displaced citizens relocated to a little safer place in J&K from an unsafe border area of Jammu and Kashmir from 1990 onwards due to terrorist activities.
Children of officers belonging to India Foreign Services (IFS), Indian Administrative Services (IAS) and Indian Police Services (IPS).
Children of military staff and paramilitary forces staff transferred to J&K to combat terrorist activities and joined their on or before the last date of application form for admission.
Note: It is important to know that despite the given criteria, preference will be given to J&K Migrant candidates who qualify JEE Main 2020 over MHT CET.
MHT CET 2020 Eligibility Criteria for Specialized Branches
Bio-Medical/Bio-Tech Engineering – The candidate should have Biology in their 10+2th standard examination and should have qualified.
Mining Engineering – Female Candidates will not be eligible for this course.
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MHTCET is a State level Entrance examination for courses like Engineering, Technology and Pharmacology programmes. But it is not for BAMS. Now NEET is the entrance examination for admission to Medical, Dental, Ayush and Veterinary programmes across India. Now there is no more State Level Entrance Exam for any medical course. Everything is through NEET, which is a National Level Entrance Examination.
The MAH MBA CET 2020 shall be conducted only in the Online mode in multiple sessions. The exam will consist of 200 questions of 200 maximum marks to be completed in 150 minutes. There shall be no negative marking System for this test. The medium of CET exam is in English language.
The table below gives the break-up of the marks,
Number of questions
Verbal Ability / Reading Comprehension
The questions will be formed covering 3 areas namely- Logical Reasoning/Abstract Reasoning, Verbal Ability / Reading Comprehension, and Quantitative Aptitude. Let us dig deep into the MBA CET 2020 Syllabus portion.
In this section, you will be asked questions that will test your skills on the basis of how fast you can think and with accuracy. The questions will be designed in such a manner that your ability skills like the interpretation of number sequence, relationships and also the verbal reasoning skills will be put to test.
The questions involved in the section are made on numerical calculations, arithmetic problems which involve ratio and proportion, percentage, etc. You will be required to think fast and with accuracy to solve the questions based on quantitative reasoning, interpretation of tables, common graphs and charts.
Your comprehension will be tested on the basis of passages with questions based on their contents. Many more questions are going to be asked in MBA CET 2020 which will involve the topics on grammar, vocabulary, sentence completion, synonyms, antonyms, comprehension of passages etc. To score in this section you should have the ability to understand the contents of passage and choose appropriate words, phrases, expressions and much more.
To start the preparation the most important thing that matters is the books you are referring to. If you have access to good books, half of your preparation is already done. With these books, you will be able to focus on your preparation and score well in the exam to get admission in the college of personal choice. For your assistance, below is the list of best books for MAH MBA CET 2020.
The key point is consistency and hard work. To prepare for any entrance exam, the examinee must know about the exam pattern and syllabus of it. The MBA CET 2020 exam will consist of four parts mixed together,
It can be built and improved by studying ‘Word power made easy’ and ‘Vocabulary.com’
The aim is to increase the speed of reading as well as improve comprehension. You may read editorials from The Hindu/ Mint/ & Economic Times/ Business Standard. This will help you during your interviews of MBA CET 2020 and during your MBA as well.
Again, reading editorials helps. But practising from the material provided by any reputed institute is a must.
Mug up the common ratios and corresponding percentages initially. If the data given is complex, simplify it. Also, practice is a must. Students should learn the formulas or even make notes on them.
Focus on the main topics: Number system, Geometry, Ratio-proportion, Probability, Permutation combination etc. and practice as much as you can.
For this section, you may study from R.S. Agarwal.
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