The Maharashtra Common Entrance TEST or MH-CET/MAH-CET/MHCET-MBA for short is the State Level entrance test for admission to MBA/MMS programs affiliated to Maharashtra State Universities. The Directorate for Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra conducts this test and is followed by a common admission Process (CAP). For student aspiring to get into some of the top-level colleges such as JBIMS, SIMSREE, PUMBA, K J Somaiya & many others in the state of Maharashtra, the MH-CET is the vital first step. To apply for admission to various colleges of the state, a student has to go online for selecting the colleges through MBA CET Counselling Portal.
The test is an online computer-based exam of 2 hours and 30 minutes (150 minutes) duration and consists of 200 questions in MCQ format.
Nationality: Only a candidate who is a resident of India or who belongs to India (NRI, OCI, PIO) can apply for this exam.
Educational Qualification: Candidates who have a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline or who are in the final year of graduation are eligible to apply.
Marks Required: A Candidate must have secured a minimum aggregate score of 50% marks in the graduation degree. (45% marks for OBC /PwD of Maharashtra state).
Exam Mode: The test will be online and Computer Based (CBT).
Total Questions: 200.
Type of Questions: Multiple-choice type (MCQ).
Language of Exam: English only.
Duration of Exam: 2 hours 30 minutes.
Marking: 1 mark for every right answer with no negative marking.
|Topics||Number of Questions||Maximum Marks|
|Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension||50||50|
MH-CET will include Logical and Abstract Reasoning, Verbal and Comprehension Ability and Quantitative Aptitude.
The sub-topics are as follows:
Logical and Abstract Reasoning: This portion will include Relationship, Puzzles. It is for checking the candidate’s decision-making power.
Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension: This portion is used to check the reading ability of the candidates and it includes Comprehension, Verb, Adjective, Antonym, Synonym, One Words, Errors, etc.
Quantitative Aptitude: It includes the question about the Accuracy, Number System, Ratio and Proportion, Time and Work, Speed and Distance, Average, Profit and Loss, Simple and Compound Interest etc.
|MH-CET MBA 2020 Exam Details||MH-CET MBA 2020 Exam Dates|
|MH-CET MBA 2020 Notification Release||Second week of January 2020|
|MH-CET Registration Starts||Second week of January 2020|
|MH-CET Registration & Exam Fee||Rs.1000 for Open category Rs.800 for Reserved category|
|MH-CET Last Date to Apply||3rd week of February 2020|
|MH-CET Admit Card/Hall Ticket||First week of March 2020|
|MH-CET Test Date||Second week of March 2020|
|MH-CET Result Declaration||Last week of March 2020|
Important: 15% to 35% seat allocation is given to All India candidates appearing in the MH-CET 2020 exam. Additionally, these candidates will also be offered admission on the basis of their scores in two All India MBA entrance exams (CAT and CMAT).
The MH-CET 2020 result will be declared in the last week of March 2020 after which the DTE Maharashtra will start the Centralized Admission Process (CAP) to allot the MBA/MMS seats in all the participating MBA colleges. This will take place from mid-May 2020 and continue till the 1st week of June 2020. After a document verification process, the merit list will be declared, which will facilitate the B-school allotment process. The final Merit list is supposed to be out by the second week of June 2020.
All the top MBA colleges in Maharashtra such as JBIMS Mumbai, SIMSREE, PUMBA, K J Somaiya participate in the CAP round and will offer admits in accordance with the seat matrix and B-school allotment through DTE-CAP 2020.
|1.||Jamanalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai|
|2.||Sydenham Institute of Management Studies & Research and Entrepreneurship Education (SIMSREE), Mumbai (MMS)|
|3.||Sydenham Institute of Management Studies & Research and Entrepreneurship Education (SIMSREE), Mumbai (PGDM)|
|4.||K. J. Somaiya Institute of Management Studies & Research, Mumbai|
|5.||Prin. L. N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research, Mumbai|
|6.||N. L. Dalmia Institute of Management Studies and Research, Mumbai|
|7.||S.I.E.S. College of Management Studies, Mumbai|
|8.||Department of Management Sciences (PUMBA), University of Pune|
|9.||Bombay St. Xavier College Soc.’s Xavier Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai|
|10.||MET’s Institute of Management, Mumbai|
|11.||Chetana’s Ramprasad Khandelwal Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai|
|12.||Indian Education Society’s Management College & Research Centre, Mumbai|
|13.||Lala Lajpatrai Institute of Management, Mumbai|
|14.||MAEER’s MIT School of Management, Pune|
|15.||Zagdu Singh Charitable Trust’s Thakur Institute of Management Studies & Research, Mumbai|
|16.||Rizvi Institute of Management Studies & Research, Mumbai|
|17.||Vivekanand Education Society’s Institute of Management Studies & Research, Mumbai|
|18.||Shree C. E. Society’s Indira Institute of Management, Pune|
|19.||Alkesh Dinesh Modi Institute for Financial & Management Studies, Mumbai|
|20.||St. Francis Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai|
|21.||MAEER’s M.I.T. College of Engineering, Kothrud, Pune|
|22.||Agnel Charities Agnel Seva Sangha’s Fr. C. Rodrigues Inst. Of Management. Studies, Vashi, Navi Mumbai|
|23.||Shree Chanakya Edu. Society’s Indira School of Business Studies, Tathwade|
|24.||Don Bosco Institute of Technology, Mumbai|
|25.||Durgadevi Saraf Institute of Management Studies, Malad (W), Mumbai|
For any queries, applicants can contact the DTE helpline and Email on 022-30233420/464 (between 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.) or Email: email@example.com