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MHT CET Results 2018 announced, check DTE Maharashtra CET result @ dtemaharashtra.gov.in

MHT CET Results 2018 have been declared. The students can check their DTE Maharashtra CET result on the official website, dtemaharashtra(.)gov(.)in

Edited by: India TV News Desk, Mumbai [ Updated: June 03, 2018 8:36 IST ]
The examination was conducted on May 10, 2018.

The examination was conducted on May 10, 2018.

MHT CET Result 2018: The DTE Maharashtra CET results have been declared on the official website of Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra (DTE). The students can check their Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHT CET) 2018 results on the official website, dtemaharashtra(.)gov(.)in. The examination was conducted on May 10, 2018. The examination is held for admissions to engineering and pharmacy courses in the various colleges in the state. Last year, DTE notified that though there will be no negative marking, however, the difficulty level in maths, physics and chemistry will be at par with JEE Main. For biology, the difficulty level will be of NEET level.

MHT CET 2018 was conducted in offline mode and multiple choice questions (MCQ) were asked. The test had three papers – Paper I (mathematics), Paper II (physics and chemistry) and Paper III (biology which included botany and zoology). All three papers carried a weightage of 100 marks.

Students can check DTE Maharashtra CET Result 2018 by following these steps:

1. Log on to the DTE Maharashtra’s official website dtemaharashtra(.)gov(.)in.

2. Click on the link for the MHT CET results.

3. Fill in the required details like roll number and registration id.

4. Download the results and take a printout for future reference.

The Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra had announced some changes in the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHT CET) examination this year. The major change that was brought in the examination pattern is that the question paper now contained questions from Class 11 syllabus. The overall terms and conditions remained the same. The exam was still divided into three papers, with a total of 250 questions. Candidates still needed to appear in the same way as they used to appear in 2017, as per the course opted by them.

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