In the hearing dated April 28, 2015, the Bombay High Court has dismissed the PIL filed by the MAH CET 2015 test takers. The court has also quashed the demand for re-test for the affected candidates. The admission process for the Maharashtra B-schools has restarted.
In the previous hearing dated April 23, 2015, the court had ordered the Maharashtra B-schools to stall the admission process for the academic year 2015-17. A division bench of Justice V M Kanade and Justice M Sonak has asked private B-schools not to go ahead with their admission process. The court had compiled all the petitions on the same issue filed at Nagpur and Aurangabad benches of the High Court and heard the case together.
The Maharashtra B-schools have already started the admission process by conducting the GD PI rounds or declaring the final selection list. Although DTE has not declared the schedule or the details about the CAP rounds, it is expected that the process will start from the May, 2015.
While majority of the students are heaving sigh of relief, the petitioners are dissatisfied with the result. The serious MBA aspirants have already granted admission by the B-schools where they had appeared for the GD PI rounds.
DTE to notify CAP rounds
MMS aspirants will have to wait till the Counselling rounds are announced by the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE). Owing to the court proceedings, it was apprehended that the CAP rounds might get postponed till June. However, the exact counselling schedule cannot be predicted unless DTE announces it.
Incidentally, Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS), the most sought after B-School in Maharashtra which is aimed through MAH CET scores would not be participating in the CAP rounds this year onwards.
The MAH CET 2015 was conducted on March 14 and 15, 2015 which was taken by 57,000 candidates. The test saw several discrepancies such as wrong question, technical glitch, and mismanagement at exam centers among others.
DTE had accepted of having 59 wrong questions across the 4 slots and marked the test takers accordingly. Despite the normalization and equi-percentile scoring method, candidates sensed foul play and filed Public Interest Litigation (PIL) against DTE demanding retest.
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Hello yash !!
Online registration and application submission dates for MHT CET is on 1st january and last date for submission will be in the second month of march.And admit cards will be issued in the last week of march.For more information about MHT CET ,go through the link provided below.I hope this would helps you.Good luck!!
Hello Ravi, MH CET(Maharashtra Common Entrance Test) is taken to get admisison into engineering colleges of Maharashtra. You can check more information at
as you have not mentioned any particular branch for cutoff details.
Hope this helps.
yes you can join but you won't be able to use domicile reservation. You will go under open category and rank cutoff range for it is really low compared to home state quota reservation.
If you have a rank which will satisfy the COEP cutoff rank range with your respective category then you can take an admission for sure.
for any branch you consider you have to score above 170 in the paper. The minimum mark considered is 145 for Electronic and telecommunication branch. for Computer science it is 170.
for more details you can visit:- www.coep.org.in and look for cutoff category
Hope it helps!
If your query is regarding the eligibility criteria then yes, a candidate must have passed 10+2 with Mathematics and Physics as compulsory subjects along with English, Chemistry, Biology, as one optional subject or any technical or vocational subject. Candidates belonging to general category must have passed with atleast 50% and candidates belonging to reserved category must have passed with atleast 45% applicable for candidates who are domicile of Maharashtra.
So if you have fulfilled the eligibility criteria then you are eligible.
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