The Directorate of Technical Education of Government of Maharashtra conducts this combined common entrance test. This test is commenced for the admission in Medical, Dental, Ayurveda, Engineering etc. programs at the undergraduate level. The marks obtained by the candidates appearing for Maharashtra – Common Entrance Test (MHT-CET) determine their selection. But in order to appear in the entrance examination, one has to follow the eligibility criteria which are listed below.
We have also provided the syllabus and eligibility criteria of:
- must be a citizen of India.
- should have the attained the minimum age of 17 years as on 31st December of the year of the admission. In order to seek admission in Ayurveda and Unani courses, the candidate should have attained the minimum age of 17 Years as on 1st October of the Year of admission.
- must have their age within the upper age limit which is fixed as 25 Years as on 31st December of the Year of admission. However, there is a relaxation of five years for SC/ST candidates.
- can attempt MHT-CET for three times only.
- should have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination with Science stream (Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Mathematics) from an institution which is situated in the state of Maharashtra. For the engineering program, the candidates should have studied Mathematics as a subject of study at 10+2 level.
- are required to obtain minimum 50% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English put together at HSC (or equivalent) examination for the admission into MBBS, BAMS, BDS, and BSc. Nursing. There is also exemption of 10% for SC/ST candidates.
- should have secured minimum 50% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry & Biology put together at Common Entrance Test (MHT-CET) for admission into MBBS & BDS Courses.
- are required to pass senior secondary examination with Urdu as a subject of study for BUMS program,.
- who have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination outside Maharashtra, are eligible. Only they have to do is that they have to fulfill the Domicile criteria.
Syllabus of Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany & Zoology) and Mathematics for the MHT-CET is the same as for the HSC Examination of HSC Board of Maharashtra. Detailed topics of the syllabus for MHTCET Medical are given in the following lines.
Rotational Motion, Simple Harmonic Motion, Thermionic Emission, Wave, Theory of Light, Semi Conductors, Properties of (…)
Nuclear and Radiochemistry, Organic Hydroxy Compounds, Chemical Thermodynamics and Energetics, Acids and Esters, Adsorption and (…)
Linear Programming, Vectors, Probability, Application of Derivatives, Circle, Continuity, Definite (…)
Bioenergy, Biotechnology, Circulation, Reproduction, Respiration, Classification Sexual Reproduction in Angiosperms, Classification of (…)
Tips and Tricks
- Prepare according to the syllabus. No need no study outside it because it would not be coming from there.
- Solve as many practice papers as you can and try to maintain the time limit. This would increase our speed and efficiency.
- Negative marks are there, so no need to attempt all questions. Attempt only those in which you are sure enough.
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