What is MHT CET?
MHT CET (MH CET) or Maharashtra Common Entrance Test is conducted by the State Common Entrance Test Cell, Mumbai for admissions to first-year Engineering and Technology programmes (BE/BTech) and Pharmacy programmes (BPharma/PharmaD) in the state. Till 2018, the exam used to be conducted by DTE, Maharashtra.
In 2013, the exam was scrapped and the admission to undergraduate engineering programmes (BE/BTech) was done on the basis of JEE Main. However, from 2016 onwards, the exam was started again after which the government assigned 50% weightage to Class 12 marks and 50% to CET scores, instead. From 2018, MHT CET was mandatory for admissions in the state.
Candidates will be allotted seats in the different colleges of Maharashtra on the basis of candidates’ results in MHT CET 2020. It is one of the largest exams in terms of test-takers in India as around three lakh applicants appear in MHT CET every year. MHT CET is considered a relatively tough exam to attempt and there is usually a huge buzz among aspirants on how to prepare for it.
MHT CET 2020 Highlights
||Maharashtra Common Entrance Test
||Once a year
||Paper I and II : 2 hours 30 minutes each
Changes Introduced in MHT CET 2020
- Earlier MHT CET used to be based entirely on the Class 12 syllabus of HSC Board of Maharashtra. Now, students will have to study the Class 11 syllabus as well.
- In MHT CET Syllabus 2020, 20% weight is given to class 11th standard syllabus and 80% weight is given to class 12th standard syllabus.
- The level of difficulty of MHT CET 2020 will be raised and be almost equal to JEE Main in terms of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and NEET for Biology.
- The approximate number of questions based on the 11th standard will be 10 and 40 from class 12. The questions will be application-based.
- In MHT CET 2020, no question will be asked from the chapter on complex numbers of Class 11.
COURSE PLANNER - CLASS-XI
A Course which offers ample time of 2 years to become an expert in the curriculum of MHT CET. The course progresses with basic fundamental study; covering upon the syllabus of boards along with the preparation for MHT CETThe course helps in development of concepts, rigorous practice for board exams, as well as competitive exams, enhancement of analytical
thinking and increasing the confidence level of aspirant.
|Integrated course (XI & XII)
||3rd week of May & June
||Admission will be given on the basis of entrance test (conducted by institute) performance basis.
|Batches & timings
||Morning Batch: 8:00 am to 2:00 pm @ 40-45 Students
|Number of days per week
||Six days per week lecture and testing
|Number of hours per day
||Three hours schedule per day (2 lectures and doubt session per day)
||PT & CT will be held in every 15 days and topic test will held weekly subject wise.
|Preparation for Board Examination
|Classroom Teaching & NCERT & HSC Book Discussion
|Study Material (Sheets/Modules)
|Board Pattern Test
|Periodic Tests –MHT CET Pattern
|Daily Practice Problems (DPPs)
The Institute reserves the right to increase/decrease the number of lectures alloted to any topic and also make changes in the sequence of the topics of each subject depending upon the course requirements.
The information given in this Course Planner is proposed for Academic Session 2020-21. The institute reserves the right to make changes in it in the interest of students.