Today, on March 19, at 5:00 pm DTE Maharashtra announced MAH MBA CET 2018 Result. It was announced on the official website, via pdf. The result stated the registration number, roll number, name, CET score, and percentile of the candidates. Divya Govardhan Biyani topped the exam with 165 marks and 99.99 percentile.
Many many congratulations to Divya for qualifying MHA MBA CET 2018 with such a good score! You are an inspiration to all the girls in India. Proceeding her, are Shashank Prabhu and Vaishnavi Rupesh Chandarana who landed on 2nd and 3rd position, respectively. While both have secured 99.99 percentile, Shashank has got 163 marks and Vaishnavi has got 158 marks.
As per MAH MBA CET Result, 14 students have secured 99.99 percentile, which is quite impressive. Both boys and girls have done well in the examination. In comparison to last year, the performance of the candidates is quite high. Last year’s topper, Tigran Dhunjishaw Wadia, secured only 145 marks. Also, only 11 candidates managed to get 99.99 percentile. The candidates can check the complete list of candidates from below:
Total of 106448 candidates registered for the examination. Out of these, 98606 appeared for the exam on March 10 and 11, 2018. The result has been declared for all the candidates. While only one girl has managed to secure 165, there are 37 candidates who got zero scores. The maximum number of candidates, i.e. 3024, have got 47 marks. The result of 4 candidates has been withheld by the board.
Now, the successful candidates will be called for the counselling. It is called as Centralised Admission Process (CAP) and will be held in June 2018. Approximately 400 institutes will participate in CAP. All the institutes will be from the state of Maharashtra and will offer admission in PGDM / MBA course. It is expected the total number of seats offered under CAP will be 44000.
During the counselling round, the candidates will be allocated a seat on the basis of the merit and the choices submitted by them. The candidates with high score hold better chances of getting admission.
Some of the best colleges in Maharashtra are Sydenham Institute of Management Studies, Research and Entrepreneurship Education (SIMSREE), K J Somaiya Institute of Management Studies & Research (KJSIMSR), N.L Dalmia Institute of Management Studies and Research, and Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, etc.