Candidates can obtain the admit cards online from the official website of the MAH-CET from 1st March 2019 onwards. Candidates are required to download their Admit Card by entering details of their Registration number and Date of Birth. They must carry their respective Admit Cards at the examination center.
The MAH-CET 2019 exam result was declared on 30th March 2019. The candidates can check their results on the official website of the MAH-CET. Candidates can get their results by entering details of their Application id and seat number. Soon after the declaration of the results, a merit list of all successful candidates will be published. On the basis of the merit list candidates are allocated seats in various colleges.
Counselling and Allocation of Seats
Counselling and allocation of seats are done by the CAP (Centralized Admission Process). No personal communication is made to candidates for counselling. Instead, the successful candidates are required to fill the online admission application form indicating their preference for the course and college.
The CAP comprises of three rounds. The third round is conducted candidates only for the Maharashtra candidates. The final allocation of seats will be made on the basis of the candidate’s rank and his/her preference.
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Q1. When does the MAH-CET 2019 Exam will be held?
The exam was held on 9th and 10th March 2019.
Q2. What is the mode of application for the MAH-CET Exam?
Candidates wishing to apply for the MAH-CET Exam’s should apply only through the online mode. There is no availability of offline mode or the hard copy of the application form.
Q3. How to get the application form for the MAH-CET Exam?
The candidates can get the access to the application form only through the online mode. They must get themselves registered first on the official website of the MAH-CET. After registration, the candidates will be given online access to the application form.
Q4. What is the mode of MAH-CET Exam?
The MAH-CET Exam will be a computer-based test.
Q5. What is the application fee for the MAH-CET Exam?
For the general category of candidates, the application fee is ₹ 1000, whereas for the reserved category and PwD candidates belonging to Maharashtra it is ₹800.
Q6. Is there any negative marking scheme for the MAH-CET Exam?
There is no scheme of negative marking in the exam.
Q7. What are the conditions of eligibility to appear for the MAH-CET Exam?
The candidate should have done his bachelor’s with at least 50% of marks in aggregate from any UGC recognised University in any discipline. Those candidates belonging to the reserved category are required to have scored only 45% of marks to become eligible to appear for the exams.
Q8. How to get the Admit Card for the MAH-CET Exam?
Candidate can obtain their admit card online by entering details about their Registration Number and Date of Birth.
Q9. What is the language of the MAH-CET Exam?
The language of the exams is English.
Q10. How are the seats allocated to candidates in the MAH-CET Exam?
There is a CAP (Centralised admission process) which allocates seats to successful candidates on the basis of their ranks and their preference for the course and college.
Q 11: When was the result announced for MAH-CET 2019?
MAH-CET 2019 result was announced on 30th March 2019.
Q 12: What are the size of photograph and signature?
The size of the photograph must be between 15 KB to 50 KB and the signature must be of 5 KB to 50 KB.