DTE Maharashtra has declared MAH MBA CET 2018 Result on March 19, 2018. The candidates can check it from http://www.dtemaharashtra.gov.in. It has been announced through pdfs, in which, score and percentile of the candidates have been announced.
How to check MBA CET 2018 Result?
In order to check the result of MBA CET 2018, the candidates need to go to the official website and open result file. Search Registration Number / Roll Number in it. The result pdf will display, candidate’s name, date of birth, test date, roll number, overall percentile, and total score.
MBA CET 2018 Toppers
Highest marks have been secured by Divya Govardhan Biyani. Divya has managed to get 99.99 percentile, by scoring 165 marks. Following Divya in the race is Shashank Prabhu, with 163 marks and 99.99 percentile. The third rank has been grabbed by Vaishnavi Rupesh Chandarana, who got 158 marks.
MHA MBA CET 2018 was held on March 10 and 11, 2018. The result has been announced for the candidates who appeared for the exam. It has been determined on the basis of the marking scheme, as per which candidates were allocated one mark for each correct response. No negative marking has been done. The raw score of the candidates has been normalized to get the percentile score of the candidates.
Last year, 1.06 lakh candidates applied for the examination and out of these around 94679 appeared for the exam. The last rank included in the merit list was 88226. This year, the number of applied candidates has also been reported above 106448 lakh. Out of the total, 92.6%, i.e. 98606 candidates appeared for the exam. DTE has withheld the result for four candidates, whose roll numbers are 2810001011, 1610000496, 3410011773, and 3410011772.
Now that the result has been announced, the candidates shall be called for the Centralised Admission Process (CAP). It is the counselling, in which seat is allocated to the qualified candidates. The dates for CAP has not been announced yet but it expected to begin in the second week of May 2018.
Approximately, 400 institutes will participate in Maharashtra CAP and will offer around 44000 seats. During the CAP rounds, qualified candidates will have to state their choices for the course and college. Then, on the basis of submitted choices and the merit of the candidates, the seat will be allocated. To confirm the allocated seat, candidates will have to report to the institute and fulfill the formalities of admission.
Candidates who have did not qualify this year must not be disheartened. This is only a small hurdle. Do not let this break you. Instead, learn from your mistakes and start working to crack the exam next year. Success shall be yours.