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MHCET | Admit Card|Eligibility Criteria |Exam Date |Exam Pattern|Syllabus |Preparation

The government of Maharashtra owes the authority to organize the MHCET (Maharashtra Common Entrance Test). It is a common entrance test organized for providing admissions in health science degree, engineering & technology and pharmacy courses offered by various government and private colleges of Maharashtra state. Here in this article, we are providing information about MHCET 2017 including important dates, application form, exam pattern, etc. The mhcet exam comprises three papers conducted on the same day namely Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. 100 questions are asked from both Physics & Chemistry whereas 50 questions from a Mathematic section. All three papers will be conducted in different time slots on the same day.

DTE Maharashtra every year conducts MH CET exam for admission to Engineering, Pharmacy and allied health science courses after class XII. Over 1700 colleges provide admissions through MHT CET.  The Result for MHCET 2017 will be declared in the month of June 2017. Post declaration of MHT CET result, CAP (Centralized Admission Process) will begin in the month August by MHCET Cutoff.

MHCET Exam Dates

The exam dates for MHT CET 2017 examination has been announced by the authority. MH CET 2017 Exam will be held on 11th May 2017. Other Dates will be announced soon.

  • Online application starts on the First week of March 2017
  • Online application end on the Fourth week of March 2017
  • Schedule for Fee Acceptance on the First week of last week of March 2017.
  • Admit card issue on Last week of April 2017
  • Exam Date on 11th May 2017
  • Submission of certificates/documents on the Second week to 3rd week of May 2017
  • Answer key display on the Third week of May 2017
  • OMR sheet display on the Fourth week of May 2017

MHCET 2017 Application Form

The will be released by the authority in the first week of March 2017 and available until the fourth week of March 2017. Candidates can fill and submit

The application form through the official site of the authority. Before filling the application form, candidates are advised to be ready with the scanned images of photograph & signature in the prescribed specifications. The application fee will be Rs.800 for open candidates and Rs.600 for reserved candidates. Some bank charges may also apply. The fee payment will be made through the challan of SBI Bank. Candidates are suggested to keep the printouts of the application form for further use.

Courses Offered:

B.Tech, BAMS, BHMS, BUMS, BPTh, BASLP, Nursing, Animal Husbandry courses & Pharmacy courses.

MH CET Eligibility Criteria

Candidates should check the eligibility criteria before applying for the exam:

  • Students should have cleared or appeared in 10+2 or equivalent examination.
  • Candidates must be Indian Nationals.
  • No age limit criteria for these courses.

Eligibility for Health Science Degree Courses:

  • Candidates should have born on or before 31st December 2000.
  • For Ayurvedic & uni courses, students should have born on or before 1st October 2000.
  • Candidates should be medically fit.
  • Candidates must have passed 12th or equivalent exam with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English subject at the time of admission

MH CET Exam Pattern

The MHCET exam pattern will comprise of three papers. The exam will be conducted through offline (pen and paper based) mode. The question paper will comprise of objective type questions. Candidates are required to use only black ink ballpoint pen to mark answers. Engineering degree courses candidates are required to appear for paper 1 and paper 3. Heath science degree and other courses aspirants are required to appear for paper 1 and paper 2. There will be no negative marking for the incorrect response. The exam pattern is described below:

MH CET Syllabus

In the MH CET exam, the questions will be asked from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology and Mathematics subjects. The MHCET syllabus will be the same as for the HSC examination of HSC Board of Maharashtra. To score well in the examinations, candidates should prepare for the exam according to the officially prescribed syllabus.

Physics- Kinetic theory of gases and radiation, Atoms, Molecules And Nuclei, Oscillations, Rotational Motion, Electrostatics, Electromagnetic Induction, Magnetic Effects of Electric Current, Semi-Conductors, Wave Motion, Surface Tension, Interference and Diffraction, Magnetism, Gravitation, Stationary Waves, Electrons and Photons, Elasticity, Wave Theory of Light and Communication Systems.

Chemistry- Chemical Thermodynamics and Energetics, Coordination Compounds, P-Block Elements- Group 15 to 18, Alcohol Phenol Ether, D and F-block elements, Organic compounds containing Nitrogen, Solid State, Solutions and Colligative Properties, Polymers, Chemical Kinetics, Biomolecules, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Halogen Derivatives of Alkanes and Arenes, Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids, Electrochemistry and General Principles And Process  of Isolation of Elements.

Biology- Biotechnology: Process And Application, Genetic Engineering And Genomics, Control and Coordination, Human Reproduction, Microbes in Human Welfare, Genetics Basis of Inheritance, Photosynthesis, Gene: Its Nature, Expression and Regulation, Respiration, Chromosomal Basis of Inheritance, Human Health and Diseases, Reproduction in Plants, Origin and the Evolution of life, Organisms and Environment II, Enhancement in Food Production, Organisms and Environment I, Circulation, Animal Husbandry and Excretions and Osmoregulation.

Mathematics- Linear Programming, Vectors, Probability, Application of Derivatives, Circle, Continuity, Definite Integrals, Ellipse, Hyperbola, Indefinite Integrals, Limits, Matrices, Numerical Methods and Mathematical Logic. On the plus side, Mathematics log booklet will be provided to you along the question booklet. If you do not have enough time to prepare for all of the above topics, then the most important topics to prepare beforehand are Electrostatics, Atoms and Nuclei, Rotation and SHM p-Block, Alkyl Halides, Biomolecules, Thermodynamics. Differentiation, Integration, Differential Equations. Algebra, Arithmetic, Calculus, Co-ordinate Geometry, Differential Equations, Linear Programming, Menstruation, Probability and Statistics, Trigonometry and Vector.

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension- This section includes the judgment of candidate’s English language. Questions related to vocabulary, grammar, and sentence framing will be asked. Synonyms, antonyms and reading comprehensions questions will also be contained in the question paper.

Quantitative Aptitude- This is a test to analyze how good you are in mathematics or how fast you will be able to deal with all the numbers. Thus it will contain numerical calculations and many other arithmetic problems. Important topics under this section are:  Numbers, Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Quantitative Reasoning, Data Interpretation – Graphs, Charts, Tables and Practice Questions on Quantitative Aptitude.

Logical / Abstract Reasoning- This test is taken to estimate how much accurate and sharp thinking you have. Thus, it will be basics which you just need to practice well. Important topics covered in this section are: Linear and Circular Arrangement, Symbol based Comparison, Sequential Output, Series Completion, Direction, Conditional Coding, Selection Criteria, Venn diagram and Verbal Ability.

The test duration of this exam is 90 minutes, and a total number of question will only be 50. It will be multiple choice examination. There will be two sections: computer concepts and mathematics. Each section will be of 100 marks. The MAH MCA CET 2013 syllabus contains three sections which are Computer Awareness, Mathematics, and General aptitude. The detailed syllabus is as follows:

Computer Awareness- Computer Architecture, Computer Basics, Computer Language, Flowchart and Algorithms and Operating System basics.

General Aptitude and Awareness- Reading Comprehension, Logical Reasoning, Problem Solving, Language Vocabulary, Quantitative Reasoning and Verbal Communication Skills.

MHCET 2017 Admit Card

The MHCET 2017 Admit Card will be available to download from the last week of April 2017. Aspirants can download the admit card through the official website of the authority. Candidates note down it is mandatory to bring the admit card along with any photo ID proof at the time of examination day. The admit card will contain information like candidates name & roll number, exam center, exam date & timing.

MHCET 2017 Result

Candidates can view their results through the official website of the authority. The MHCET 2017 Result will be announced in the first week of June 2017. For admissions, a merit list will be prepared separately for all the courses by marks secured by the candidates in the entrance test. Candidates don’t forget to take a printout of the result and keep it safe till the admission procedure. The authority shall invite the application for admissions after the verification of documents & eligibility.

How to Prepare for MHCET

  • Study your textbooks so well that you should know almost each word by heart (don’t rote learn)
  • Solve a lot of problems from books. There are many publications who publish standard books for MHT-CET preparation.
  • Solve papers to understand your strong & weak points and strategies accordingly.
  • Try to formulate tricks for the particular type of questions which you find time-consuming because MHT-CET is a test of your speed as well.
  • The first thing I noticed about CET was that most of the paper or you could say the whole paper was entirely based on Text Books.
  • Now you have two and half months to prepare for it. You must have just given your board exams (assuming you’re not a repeater) so you must be acquainted with the state board syllabus and textbooks and even if you’re a repeater, you must have studied these subjects.
  • Don’t be pressurized. Just study the way you feel comfortable. If your grasping power is good, then you can study only 5-6 hours daily. Don’t time yourself according to what others tell you. If one tells you to study 10-15 hours a day, then you sometimes feel that you are not giving enough time to your studies.
  • Just refer to HSC textbooks. Most of the questions are asked from the book only(theory). For numerical you can refer previous year issues to get an idea and get some reference books like target publications
  • MH CET  is one of the easiest exams as compared to AIPMT, AIIMS, COMEDK, etc. So chances are more if you give your 100%.

Books for MHCET

  • Engineering Entrance Exam Author: Editorial Compilation
  • (Cd Rom) Author: Upaveda Learning Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
  • Chemistry (Marvel) For XII Science Author: Mayur Mehta, Chitra Joshi, Rekha Diwekar
  • Physics (Marvel) for XII Science Author: Bapat
  • Physics(Volume I and II) by H.C. Verma
  • Mathematics (Marvel) For XII Science Author: Hemant G Ainapure.
  • NCERT Books

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