The MHT-CET exam to be conducted by the State government for the first year admissions of the engineering courses will be held across the state on May 11. Total 3,89,520 students have enrolled for taking this exam which will be held at 1,110 centres in the state.
Of the enrolled students for MHT-CET, total number of boys are 2,32,307 while the number of girls is 1,57,188. Of these, 1.44 plus students will appear for the PCM, 95,545 for the PCB and 1,49,162 for the PCMB group.
All the Xerox centres, internet facilities and telephone exchange facilities within 100 meters of the exam centre will be closed during the exam period. No student will be allowed to move outside the exam centre and they will not be allowed to bring mobiles, laptops or calculators in the exam hall. A strong police bandobast will be deployed at all the exam centres.
The students appearing for this exam are already being issued hall tickets and they need to carry ball pen, admit card, identity card, bank passbook, college identity card, Aadhar card, etc. The Divyanga candidates also need to carry their certificates, helper’s photo, identity card, etc.