Maharashtra State CET Cell has rescheduled the MAH MHMCT (Maharashtra Master of Hotel Management and Catering Technology Common Entrance Test) 2022 exam dates for the examination that was expected to be held in June 2022. The examination that was expected to be conducted on June 28, 2022, shall now be held on August 02, 2022. Along with this, the board has also decided to extend the application form filling till May 11, 2022. The candidates can check out the complete revised schedule on the official website, mahacet.org.
MAH MHMCT CET 2022 Revised Schedule
MAH MHMCT CET 2022 exam was scheduled to be conducted on June 28, 2022. However, as per a notice published by the authorities on the official website, the exam date has been extended by 2 months. The reason put forth by the board regarding this revision is the clash of exam dates of JEE Main and MHA MHMCET. NTA has earlier published a notice as per which JEE main session 2 is scheduled to be held from June 20 to 29, 2022. In order to avoid this clash between the two exams and provide ample time for candidates, the board has decided to revise the exam dates.
Apart from this, the other important dates such as admit card download, and the result releasing date of MAH MHMCT 2022 shall be released in the upcoming days. Candidates are advised to keep a tab on the official website for the latest updates regarding the same.
MHMCT 2022 examination is conducted for candidates who wish to join Hotel Management courses offered by different colleges situated in Maharashtra. The entrance exam is going to have questions based on Hotel Management and Catering Technology i.e. Food and Beverage Operation, Food Production, Rooms division, English, and Hospitality and Tourism Industry. The entrance exam is going to have 50 questions accounting for 100 marks held for a duration of 60 minutes. Reports suggest that as of now, 421 candidates have applied for the UG course and 7 candidates have applied for the PG courses. The examination is expected to be conducted in 10 cities across the state of Maharastra.