The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MAH CET) 2016 Exam is scheduled to be held on 12th and 13th March in 2016. MAH CET is a state level MBA Entrance exam which is conducted by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) every year for the candidates seeking admission in MMS, PGDBA and PGDBM courses in several institutes of Maharashtra.
The MAH CET 2016 will evaluate the candidates on the following competencies:
The total weightage of the exam would be 200 marks and there would be no negative marking for the selecting the wrong option. The Exam pattern of MAH CET 2016 unique in a way that, every question would carry 5 multiple choices.
MAH CET 2016: Expected Result Date
It is expected that the result of the MAH CET 2016, would be announced by the DTE Maharashtra on 29th March, 2016. The result will be available online on the official website of DTE Maharashtra.
Seat Reservation in MAH CET 2016
The MAH CET 2016 follows a system of seat reservation as mentioned below:
Maharashtra Seats- this category of seat is further divided into 3 more categories- a) State level Seats (SL Seats), this seat will be allotted through Centralized Admission Process (CAP) to all Maharashtra State Candidates. b) Home University seats (HU Seats), certain percentage of seats under this category is reserved and will be allotted through CAP only for the Maharashtra State Candidates having their Home University Status. c) Other than home University (OHU) Seats, certain percentages of seats are reserved as per the type of Institute/ University.
All India Seats- this category of seats is reserved for Maharashtra State and Outside Maharashtra State candidates. The seats will be allotted through CAP. The seat under this category belongs to “General Category”.
Jammu & Kashmir Migrants Seats- 1 seat in each management institute is reserved and will be allotted through CAP.
Foreign Nationals- 15% seats are reserved for Foreign Nationals, Persons of Indian Origin and Children of Indian Workers in the Gulf Countries. Out of which 1/3 seats will be reserved for Children of Indian Workers in the Gulf Countries and 2/3 seats will be reserved for PIOs and Foreign Nationals.
Wards of NRI Seats: 5% of the seats are reserved for NRI candidates. These seats are within SI.
Institute Level Seats: Maximum of 20% seats of SI is available for Institute level admission in unaided institutions.
Minority Seats: Minimum 51% of the total seats of SI are available for admission to Minority community /group candidates in unaided minority institutions.
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