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Directorate of Technical Education releases tentative Schedule for Maharashtra CET

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The Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra has recently released the tentative schedule for the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test to be conducted for technical and vocational courses in the Academic year 2019-20.

Candidates can get admission into various institutes in Maharashtra offering 16 different courses which include MBA, MMS, Masters in Computer Applications, Bachelor of Legislative Law five and three years’ courses, Bachelor in Engineering/technology, Bachelor in Pharmacy, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Architecture, Master of Hotel Management and Catering Technology, Bachelor of Hotel Management and Catering Technology, Bachelor of Physical Education, Masters of Physical Education, B.Ed, M.Ed integrated course, B.A./B.Sc-B.Ed integrated course, B.Ed (general and special) and Master of Physiotherapy/ Occupational Therapy/Audio speech-language pathology/prosthetics and orthotics.

Check Maharashtra CET Schedule for the year 2019-20 below:

http://www.mahacet.org/cetcell/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Tentative-CETs-Schedule-2019_2020.pdf

The entrance examination will begin with the Masters in Business Administration and Master in Management Studies exam, to be held on March 9 & 10, 2019. The Last examination for Master of Philosophy/Occupational Therapy/Audio Speech-language Pathology/Prosthetics & Orthotics is likely to be held in July-August 2019.

Following the same pattern as before of declaring the tentative schedule a few months in advance, the DTE has released the schedule a few months in advance to avoid the anxiety among children and to provide enough time to practice for exams accordingly.

MH CET will consist 2 question papers with each paper carrying Multiple choice questions (MCQs) of 100 marks. Candidates will be provided 90 minutes to attempt each paper.

Most of the exams will be conducted online apart from Bachelor of Fine Arts (practical), Bachelor of Physical Education and Masters of Physical Education, which will have offline, on-field examinations.

The CET Cell Commissioner Anand Rayate said the declared dates are only tentative and could be changed later.

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