About the Exam
MAH CET 2022 will be held in the month of June 2022 and will be conducted entirely online. MAH CET, also known as MAH MBA CET, is a state-level admission exam administered by Maharashtra's Directorate of Technical Education (DTE). Every year, this entrance exam is held, and a considerable number of eligible applicants are allowed admission to PG MBA and MMS programmes. Students who pass the test are accepted into some of Maharashtra's best business schools and institutes. The registration period for the 2022 session will begin in May 2022.
Expected Dates
Events
Dates
Online registration starts
In the month of May 2022
Last date to fill application form
1st week of June 2022
Availability of Admit card
2nd week of June 2022
MAH CET 2022 Exam
2nd week of June 2022
Declaration of result
3rd week of June 2022
Beginning of counselling
July 2022
Eligibility Criteria
General Eligibility:
- Nationality: To be eligible for MAH CET, applicants must be Indian citizens. Candidates who are PIO/ OCI and NRI are also eligible to apply.
- Non-local Applicants: Students from other states are eligible to apply if they meet all of the non-local eligibility requirements set out by the State Government.
Qualification:
- Educational Qualification: Applicants must hold a bachelor's degree from a recognized institution or board in any field.
- Minimum Marks: To be eligible to apply, students must have received a minimum of 50% in their undergraduate degree (45% for OBC/ PWD in the state of Maharashtra).
- Appearing: Students who are currently enrolled in their last semester of study are also eligible to apply.
Highlights of Exam
Exam Name
MAH MBA CET/ MAH CET
Exam Mode
online CBT mode
Time Duration
2 hours & 30 minutes
Language
English
Total Questions
200
Sections
Logical Reasoning
Quantitative Aptitude
Verbal Ability/ Reading Comprehension
Abstract Reasoning.
Type of Questions
Multiple choice
Exam Pattern
Topics
Number of Questions
Maximum Marks
Abstract Reasoning
25
25
Quantitative Aptitude
50
50
Logical Reasoning
75
75
Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension
50
50
Total
200
200
Note: One mark will be awarded for each right answer. For incorrect responses, no points will be subtracted.