MAH CET 2015 Result Analysis - 28% of 57224 test takers score above 100
With the declaration of MAH CET 2015 result, the Directorate of Technical Education has released the analysis of the result. Out of around 62,000 registrations, 57, 224 candidates took the test. The MAH CET result carries scores obtained by the candidates out of the total marks of 200.
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The highest marks scored by the candidates is 170. Compared to last year, the top score has improved. Last year, the highest score was 158. Also, the total number of test takers was 49,276.
As many as 16184 out of 57,224 candidates, which is around 28%, have scored 100 and above. 39804 candidates have scored between 50 and 99 marks. This accounts to around 70% of the test takers. The next range of scores, i.e. 0 to 49 has been obtained by 2820 candidates, which makes it around 5% of the total candidates who appeared for the exam. A smany as five candidates scored nil. These candidates are not qualified for the next round of the selection process, which is the Common Admission Process or CAP.
Compared to last year, the scores of the candidates have improved. While in MAH CET 2014, only 10% scored above 50% marks, i.e. above 100, 26% of the candidates scored 100 and above in MAH CET 2015. The highest range of scores obtained by the candidates is 50 to 99.
The Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) has also declared the equated scores and the percentiles of the candidates. Due to wrong questions, a number of questions have been eliminated from evaluation. The following table brings to you the slot wise number of questions unconsidered for evaluation and the number of questions actually evaluated.
Number of questions eliminated for evaluation
Number of questions to be considered for evaluation
200-19 = 181
200-18 = 182
200-11 = 189
200-11 = 189
MAH CET 2015 Scoring Process
Explaining the scoring process, DTE mentions, “The result of the candidates is processed on the basis of standard equi-percentile method by referring the scores of the candidates appeared for the CET on 14th March 2015 in session 2 (Batch II). The percentiles are computed up to 3 decimal places. If the percentile could not mapped in such cases linear interpolation method is adopted.”
The next step is to calculate the percentile of the batch. The test takers are divided into batches such as Batch I, Batch II, Batch III and Batch IV. The formula which has been exercised for the percentile calculation is given below:
Percentile for Batch = Number of students scored marks less than particular marks in the MAH-MBA/MMS CET 2015 in that particular batch /Total number of students appeared for the MAH-MBA/MMS CET 2015 in that particular batch
In the next step, Percentile scale of Batch II is taken as the basis for equi-percentile method as maximum number of candidates appeared for this batch. The equated score for the percentile that are not present in the percentile of Batch II will be calculated by interpolation.
The formula for calculating the interpolation is as follows:
Y = Y1 + Y2 – Y1/X2 – X1 * (X – X1)
Y = Equated Score rounded up to 2 decimal places
Y1 = Marks corresponding to immediate lower percentile form Batch II
Y2 = Marks corresponding to immediate upper percentile form Batch II
X1 = Immediate lower percentile form Batch II
X2 = Immediate upper percentile form Batch II
X = Percentile of the Candidate of the respective Batch
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Questions related to MAH MBA CET
is MAH MBA CET exam accepted by PUMBA?
Yes Department of Management Sciences, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune accepts MAH MBA CET for admissions. Department of Management Sciences, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune was established in the year 1971 and is a co-ed college. For Maharashtra candidates, students have to qualify MH-CET exam. For Outside Maharashtra Candidates (OMS), students can apply through CMAT/CAT/MH-CET.
- Department of Management Sciences, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune
i got 69.04 percentile in MAH MBA CET which college should I go in Pune ,mumbai , aurangabad.?
Rakshit, your percentile is quite low, so there are no chances to get into top colleges at all.
As per previous years records, you can join following colleges
1. MAEER MIT college of engineering pune
2. Shree Chanakya Edu. Society’s Indira School Of Business Studies, Tathwade
3. Don Bosco Institute of Technology, Mumbai
4. Durgadevi Saraf Institute of Management Studies, Malad (W), Mumbai
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I am getting a feeling that after medical cap rounds DTE will begin Mah MBA CET 2020 Cap rounds. what do you guys think?
Due to corona crisis there is a delay and the dates are not yet notified for MAH-MBA/MMS CET-2020 counselling. We cannot speculate anything now because the safety is a matter of concern. The schedule will be announced soon for that you may have to wait and check for updates and news regularly.
I got 69 percentile in MAH MBA CET 2020 which collages i should apply in pune.
You can consider the following colleges in Pune: -
- PUMBA (Department of Management Sciences University of Pune)
- Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of Management & Research (DYPIMR), Pimpri, Pune
- Sri Balaji University Pune
- IIMS Pune: International Institute of Management Studies
- MIT School of Telecom Management (MITSOT)
- Pune Institute of Business Management
Does J&K migrant quota apply for admissions for MBA-CET, if it does how many seats are given for migrant students?
As you knowo Mba cet is conducted by dte to get into top business Colleges in Maharashtra. Colleges such as JBIMS, SIMSREE, PUMBA, etc.
As per your question their is only 1 seat reserved for Jammu and Kashmir migrant over and above the sanctioned intake in every institution.
Hope you find it helpful.