MAH CET Exam Centres 2019
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MAH CET Exam Centres 2019 - DTE Maharashtra released the comprehensive list of MAH CET 2019 exam centres. All applicants belonging to states and cities inside or outside Maharashtra had to select the MAH CET exam centres 2019 during the registration process. MAH CET 2019 will be conducted at various test centres across India and applicants can select any three exam centres as their preference while filling the application form of MAH CET 2019. Candidates must check the list of the MHT CET 2019 test centres to know the exam venue. The previous year, MAH CET was conducted in all districts of Maharashtra and each district had a divisional authority for supervision. Careers360, in this article, displayed all the enlisted MAH CET exam centres 2019 along with other related details like application process, exam centres, list of exam states and cities outside Maharashtra, etc.

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Highlights of MAH CET Exam Centres 2019

  • MAH CET 2019 is being conducted across 36 cities in Maharashtra and 13 cities outside the state of Maharashtra.

  • DTE Maharashtra is conducting the exam within the state and out of the state as well.

  • Applicants must mention their preference pertaining to MAH CET 2019 exam centres while filling the MAH CET application form 2019. The allotted centres are mentioned on the admit card of MAH CET 2019.

  • No request for change of venue after allocation of respective centres shall be entertained by the exam conducting officials.

  • Authority reserves the right to allot the exam centres according to the seat availability. However, priority will be given to the choice of candidates.

  • If candidates report to the MAH CET test centre 2019 after the specified reporting time, will not be permitted to take the exam under any circumstances.

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MAH CET Test Centres 2019 - In Maharashtra state (In alphabetical order)














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MAH CET Test Centres 2019 - Outside the state of Maharashtra (In alphabetical order)

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How to select the MAH CET exam centres in 2019?

Candidates need to choose the MAH CET 2019 test centres while filling the online application form of MAH CET 2019 which was made available to aspirants from January 10, 2019, and the last date of submission was February 18, 2019. Applicants could choose any three exam centres of their preference.

The details of the exam centre of MAH CET 2019 are displayed on the admit card of MAH CET 2019 including the name and address of the allotted MAH CET exam centre 2019.

FAQs related to MAH CET exam centres 2019

Q. May I change the MAH CET exam centre 2019 after submitting my application form?

A. No. Once you have submitted the application form, you are not permitted to change the exam centre. Under no circumstance will request for change of date/session/venue/exam centre shall be entertained by the examination officials.

Q. May I come out of the test centre of MAH CET 2019 after completing my exam?

A. No. You will not be allowed to leave the MAH CET exam centre before the stipulated time even if you complete your paper before time.

Q. If I am not a Maharashtrian candidate, will I be able to choose MAH CET exam centres in Maharashtra?

A. Yes. You can choose any of the MAH CET exam centres. However, the final decision will be taken by DTE Maharashtra based on exam centre availability.

Q. How will I download my MAH CET 2019 admit card?

A. From the official DTE website, you need to enter your MAH CET 2019 registration number or roll number and password or Date of Birth in the DD-MM-YY format at the requisite spaces and download the MAH CET admit card 2019.

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Candidate who has done(or doing) his/her 11 and 12 standard education from Maharahtra State Board, from any District of Maharashtra, would be categorised as Home state or Other State student for the purpose of MH CET as well as for JEE MAINS (scheduled in 2020) ?

Devraj choudhary Student Expert 10th Nov, 2019


For MHCET- if you have the domicile of Maharashtra from any district of it than you will be eligible for MHCET counselling and seats.

In jee mains-  since you did class 12 from any of school of any board it doesn't matter than you state code of eligibility that is home state is Maharashtra.  It does not depend upon you domicile but on from where you did class 12.

Hope it helps


I want to appear in maha cet 2020.what have to I do?

Aditi Amrendra Student Expert 9th Nov, 2019

Availability of MHT CET 2019 application form
January 1, 2019.
Follow the link for entire process :

I hope this helps

I have passed clas 10t and class 12th from (SSC & HSC) from the CBSC Board and college situated in Maharashtra state and also living in maharashtra for last 10 Years. so I want to know in which category of state quata i will come. Whethere I will be considerd i Maharashtra state seat Quata or not.

Sonali Sahu Student Expert 7th Nov, 2019


You are eligible to opt for Maharashtra State quota as you done your schooling and intermediate from maharashtra board.

to be specific there are some category :-

1. domicile of state, did schooling and given exam from the state board.

2. Parents are from state

3. Parents are working in state government

4. parents used to work in the state government and got retired now.

5.  a candidate has qualified HSC or any recognised exam from maharastra - karnataka border region.

you come in 1st category and you can opt for state board.

Hope it helps!


how to get 98.70 percentile in mhcet in 6 month

Aditi Amrendra Student Expert 3rd Nov, 2019

The only way to get you desired score is Study.
You will have dedicate these 6 months with your heart and soul.Be honest to yourself and dedicated to study.First thing is to understand the syllabus and pattern of exam properly and then write down your weak areas.First work and them as in later months you will have less time you will face difficulty in completing the syllabus. Go through past year question papers and try to solve them.Pratuce online mocks.
Practice is the key.Do as much practice as you can.
Have healthy food and a proper 7 to 8 hours sleep..Stop indulging in unnecessary stuffs like social media and praying.Stay with your close friends and family and be positive all the time.

I hope this helps

can I get admission in mbbs if I clear either kcet, gujcet,mhcet of their same state??

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 1st Nov, 2019
Dear Khushi, NEET is the entrance examination for admission to Medical, Dental, Ayush and Veterinary courses across India. Now NEET is also mandatory for studying MBBS abroad and even for admission in AIIMS and JIPMER. KCET, GUJCET, MHCET, etc are the exams for admisison to other courses and not MBBS. Now NEET is the only examination for studying MBBS. If you are planning on appearing for NEET 2020, this might help you:


  • Indian Nationals, NRIs, PIOs, OCIs, and Foreign Nationals
  • No upper age limit as of now. The Candidate should be at least 17 years by December 31st of 2020
  • You should have completed your 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as your Core Subjects.
  • 50% Aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Biology for General Category, 45% for PWD and 40% for OBC,SC,ST Candidates.
  • NIOS and Private Candidates are also eligible


Registration Dates: 2nd to 31st December, 2019
Downloading of Admit Cards: 27th March, 2020
Date of Examination: 3rd May, 2020
Date of Announcing Result: 4th June, 2020
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