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MAH CET MBA Exam Day Guidelines - Thousands of candidates registered themselves for the MAH CET MBA entrance exam, which is going to be held on March 14 and 15, 2020. State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra will conduct MAH CET MBA across the country. Those candidates who have a graduation degree and want to pursue a management program then they should apply for MAH CET MBA 2020 entrance test. The last date to apply for the Maharashtra MBA CET is February 15, 2020. There are few rules and regulations defined by the authorities which should be strictly followed by the candidates who are going to appear for MAH CET MBA. Read the full article by Careers360 to know about MAH CET MBA exam day guideline including what to carry or what not to carry and all the important key points to remember.
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Formal Name of the Exam
Maharashtra Common Entrance Test
MAH CET MBA
State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra
PG (Postgraduate Level)
State Level PG Entrance Test
Mode of exam
Online Mode (CBT)
Why take the MAH CET MBA
Qualifying test for admission to B-School across Maharashtra
While leaving for MAH CET MBA exam 2020, candidates have to check that they have carried their admit card and required ID proof or not. If any relevant documents are missing, then in such case candidates will be barred from appearing for MAH CET MBA 2020. Acceptable Photo IDs are as follows:
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Passport/ PAN Card/ Voter’s ID Card/ Driving License
Photo ID proof issued by a Gazetted officer
Bank Passbook with Photograph
Valid Identity card issued by the recognized University/ College
Aadhar card/ Bar Council Identity Card/ Employee ID
Note - Candidates with E-Aadhar card and Ration card are not considered as ID proof. In case of a mismatch of any information in ID or admit card, the candidate will not be allowed to appear for the exam.
Candidates must carry their admit card with a recent passport-sized photograph pasted on it. Additionally, candidates must carry an original and valid photo identity proof.
Candidates must cross-check the date, time and venue details mentioned on their hall ticket. Candidates are advised to reach at least 30 minutes prior to the reporting time.
Paper for rough work during the examination will be provided in the exam hall which means candidates are not allowed to carry any stationery item or study material apart from a ballpoint pen.
Listen very carefully to all the instructions given by the invigilator before the starting of the exam so that candidates can avoid panic situations during the exam and save their time.
While attempting questions, candidates must not devote a lot of time on a single question. In such a situation, candidates have to anticipate accordingly and divide time for every question or section.
If the system gets shut down unexpectedly, then inform the invigilator immediately. Don’t Panic, you will be allotted a new system the answers marked will be already saved.
Before the commencement of the exam, read all the instructions carefully which will be given on the question paper of MAH CET MBA 2020.
State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra, will release the list of IPMAT 2020 exam centre where exam can be taken. While filling MAH CET MBA 2020 application form candidates need to choose an exam centre as per their preference.
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see for admission in any nits, you need to apply in jee main exam, which is the only gate way exam for admission in btech course in nits.
however maha cet exam is applicable for admission in maharastra state government and private colleges for engineering and agriculture and pharmacy related course.
hope you may understand.
The correction window for MAHA CET 2020 will be opened tentatively during the first week of April 2020 and then you can make the changes. The date is not quite certain but yes, you can make changes to your application during the correction window. Please keep an eye on the official website for more information.
MH CET Law is a National Level Common Entrance Examination conducted by the Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra that serves as a gateway for admissions to top institutes to pursue Law in Maharashtra.
Candidates will have to register and fill out the application form of MH CET and submit it before March 2, 2020 (for 5 year course) and May 6, 2020 (for 3 year course) .
The application fee for CET is to be paid via online mode. Bank Transaction Charges for online payment of fee will have to be borne by the applicants. The charges for the application ranges from INR 800 - INR 400 based on the categories to which the candidates belong to.
There are various colleges that accept MH CET scores for admission to their institutes. Here are a few of them with their fees:
1.Symbiosis Law School Pune - INR 15.6 L
2.Maharashtra National Law University - INR 10 L
3.Symbiosis Law School Nagpur- INR 15.95 L
4. Amity Univrsity Mumbai - INR 9.3 L
5.Symbiosis International University Pune - INR 12.5 L
Hope this helps you. We wish you the best for your future endeavours!
The fee for Maharashtra Common Test for 2020 is Rs. 800 with bank charges for open candidates and Rs. 600 with bank fee for reserved category. The candidates are suggested to keep a printout of the application to make it easy in future.
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