DTE Maharashtra will release the MHT CET 2018 first allotment list on its official website.
New Delhi/ 30.06.2018: DTE Maharashtra will release the MHT CET 2018 first allotment list on its official website. Those who have appeared for the state common entrance examination can check their allotment online – at the official website of the Directorate of Technical Education (http://dtemaharashtra.gov.in/). Students need to register themselves with the colleges within the stipulated time (mentioned in the notification). DTE had, earlier in the first week of June, started the counselling process where candidates chose their preferred college.
How to Check MHT CET 2018 First Allotment List?
- Visit the official website of the Directorate of Technical Education (http://dtemaharashtra.gov.in/)
- Search for the link that says ‘MHT CET 2018 First Allotment List’
- Enter the relevant details such as roll number, name, etc.
- Click on the ‘Submit’ link
- You will be able to see the allotment result displayed on the screen
- Download it and take a printout for future use
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MHT CET 2018 Exam:
This year, more than 4.3 lakh students took the state Common Entrance Test on May 10, while 14% more applicants had registered for the exam. DTE had declared MHT CET 2018 results on 2nd June. Abhang Aditya Subhash emerged as the topper in PCM, followed by four candidates - Rathi Khushal Vinod, Ameya Dileep Zarkar, Vakharia Priyesh Rajesh and Ruchirank - who shared the second rank.
The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test is a state-level examination conducted by the Government of MHT CET Cell for admission in various technical colleges in the state. Students can pursue Engineering/Technology, hotel management and pharmacy degree programmes in their preferred colleges.
MHT CET Exam Pattern 2018:
The pen and paper mode exam had objective-type questions. There were 3 papers – Paper I had 50 questions, while Paper II and III comprised 100 questions each.