Due to power cut in Maharashtra, State CET Cell, was not able to conduct MHT CET 2020 in 5 centers on October 12, 2020. Hence, the conducting body has decided to re-conduct the exam on October 20, 2020. The exam will be held for candidates who were not able to take the exam on Thakur College of Engineering and Technology; Thakur Institute of Management Studies Career Development and Research; Thakur Institute of Management Studies and Research; Babasaheb Gawde Institute of Technology; Don Bosco Center for Learning.
All the candidates who appeared for above-affected test centres can check the new exam date for MHT CET 2020, online at the official website at mhtcet2020.mahaonline.gov.in. After this, on the homepage of the website, log in by entering details like your login id and password. Next, click on the ‘sign in to account’ button to submit the login details. The conducting body will also send an SMS / email regarding the same in due course of time.
Moreover, the candidates who could not appear for the test centre on October 12, 2020, in the second shift (2:30 PM to 5:30 PM) due to power outage in the Mumbai Region and around, Western & Central Railway Local Train services were affected. For such candidates, the State CET Cell would decide about the course of action. They will be informed about the decision of State CET cell in this regard in the due course.
Maharashtra State Common Entrance Test Cell started the engineering entrance exams from October 12, 2020 onward for which over 2 lakh candidates registered. Engineering entrance examination, PCM would be conducted till October 20, 2020 across the state.
As per the revised schedule released for MHT CET 2020, the exams for PCM group are being held from October 12 to 20 and, for the PCB group, the entrance exam has been conducted on October 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 2020.
The examination is going to be conducted online as a computer-based test (CBT). The exam is conducted for providing admissions to B.Tech or B.E programme in 342 institutes across Maharashtra. The entrance exam paper is divided into two groups, Group A and B. Group A would be for Physics and Chemistry and Group B would be for Mathematics. Candidates have to finish the exam in 180 minutes. The entrance exam consists of 150 multiple-choice questions (MCQs). Group A of the exam have 100 questions from Physics and Chemistry whereas, Group B would consist of 50 questions in Mathematics.