MAH CET 2019 Exam is a postgraduate management entrance exam conducted by the DTE, Maharashtra on March 2019. Candidates have to apply for this exam before starting their preparations on the official website of www.dtemaharashtra.gov.in.
Divya Biyani, a native of Nanded, Maharashtra achieved a grand score of 165 out of 200 last year making her the topper of MAH CET 2018. She holds Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and law. Currently she is pursuing Masters’ in law from Narayanrao Chavan Law College, Nanded. Coming
MAH CET syllabus and marking pattern outlines are designed by the Directorate of Technical Education, DTE Maharashtra. Exam pattern will comprise of 4 sections namely Logical Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and Reading Comprehension. It will be a computer-based test and each
Shivaji University conducts the semester examinations in the months of April/May & November/December every year. The University releases the results online on its official website only. Examination board of
Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MAH-CET) is an entrance test conducted by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra. The exam is conducted for admission to MBA and MMS courses to around 400 state institutes. Approximately 1 lakh candidates register
The Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra conducts the state-level MCA Common Entrance Test (CET) every year. Application form filling window is functional from February 7 to March 5, 2018. Visit the official website i.e. www.dtemaharashtra.gov.in/mcacet2018 to register online for
MAH-CET 2018 exam Analysis reveals that it is a high scoring exam without any negative marking. Overall MAHCET 2018 exam remains on the same pattern as that of last year with a mix of easy and difficult questions. There were few question types which were new and a bit confusing f