What is MHT-CET

Maharashtra has top engineering and pharmacy colleges, and the MHT-CET or Common Entrance Test is an annual entrance exam conducted by the Government of Maharashtra to gain admission into those colleges. It is conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE). The test is conducted in offline mode.
The degree courses of the following streams are mainly accounted for in this entrance exam are Engineering and Pharmacy.

Earlier the test scores were also used for admissions to Medical degree courses. After the Supreme Court of India hammered the deduction for NEET for Medical colleges; MHT-CET has been scrapped for medical colleges.

The test has 2 papers – Paper I (Mathematics) & Paper II (Physics & Chemistry) and all candidates had to appear in both the papers.Each paper is for 1.30 hours. Paper I and Paper II carry a weightage of 100 marks.Paper I has a total 50 questions, while Paper II carries 100 questions, 50 questions each from Physics and Chemistry.Each correct answer in Paper I is given 2 marks, while each correct answer in Paper II is awarded 1 mark.According to DTE Maharashtra officials, Paper I is held in English language only, while Paper II (Physics & Chemistry) is held in English, Hindi and Marathi languages.Unlike its fierce counterparts such as JEE and NEET, MHT-CET has no negative marking, which is a reason students can rejoice.

Following is the outline of our course plan :

Start Date : ____________
Subjects : Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics
Teaching Hours : 225 hours per subject
Tests : 2 Tests every week & everyday test post board examinations.
Course Duration : 2 Years