The Common Entrance Test (CET)


The Common Entrance Test (CET) is a competitive exam conducted for the purpose of admission of students to the first year or first semester of full time courses in Medical, Dental and Engineering Courses in s within the state in question in India The professional colleges in the state offering such courses are d to the state run universities, and admit students through the CET annually. The fee structure varies from year to year.

Academic Eligibility
For applicants applying for CET:

The final examination conducted by the 10+2 system conducted by any recognized Central/State board, such as Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi, or any other state board, General Certificate Education, Pre-University Examination, HSC Vocational examination.
The MHT-CET or Common Entrance Test is an annual entrance exam conducted by the Government of Maharashtra.[1] It is conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education. The degree courses of the following streams are mainly accounted for in this entrance exam:

* Health Sciences
* Engineering
* Pharmacy

The test is conducted in offline mode, however online practice tests are also available.
Over 27,000 from city to take MHT-CET.PUNE: There is a steep rise in the number of students attempting the Maharashtra Health and Technology common entrance test (MHT-CET) from the city this year. About 27,444 aspirants from Pune district will test their mettle as against 22,600 last year and 19,700 in 2007. About 2.48 lakh students from the state and outside have registered for the examination to be conducted in 35 districts of the state.

The entrance is a gateway to courses in medical, engineering and pharmacy at professional institutions in the state. It will be conducted at 62 centres in the district.

Over 80,000 seats are up for grabs in all three disciplines with 3,785 seats in health science, 7,675 seats in pharmacy and 71,701 for engineering.


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