Kushal Rathi scores 191/200 in MH-CET, stands first in Mumbai

The results for MHT-CET 2018 was announced on Saturday with 257 and 277 students scoring between 176-200 marks in PCM and PCB categories, respectively. Khushal Rathi from Bhayander stood first in Mumbai with a score of 191 marks in PCM

Kushal Rathi scores 191/200 in MH-CET, stands first in Mumbai

The results of the MHT-CET examination conducted for admission to engineering, pharmacy and agricultural courses in the state were announced on Saturday night. Kushal Vinod Rathi from Bhayander stood first in Mumbai and second in Maharashtra scoring 191/200 in the PCM group.

The toppers of MHT-CET

Abhijeet Kadam secured the first position in the state with a score of 188 in PCB, while Aditya Abhang, stood first in the state with 195 in the reserved category in PCM. Prashant Vayal made it for the first rank scoring 182 marks in the reserved category in PCB. Amongst girls, Jhanvi Mokashi stood first in PCB with 183 marks, while Mona Gandhi secured the first place in PCM with 189 marks.

“I was thrilled to see my result when I found out I’ve scored 191 marks on my first attempt. I used to study more than 10 hours a day. My success must also be credited to my coaching classes The Science Private Hub.”
- Khushal Vinod Rathi, Topper from Mumbai

“While Khushal was appearing for his 11th and 12th board exams, he was also preparing for various entrance tests, like JEE Main-Advance and MHT-CET simultaneously. He has come out with flying colours and all his sincerity and hard work towards his studies has paid off. We did not have to attend to him much as he has always been a self-starter. We just provided him with the required guidance from time to time and look where he is today!”
-Hitesh Bechra, Co-founder and teacher, The Science Private Hub

A relief for CET candidates

State CET services conducted the CET examination at 1260 examination centres in 36 districts across the state. Out of the registered 435606 candidates who were registered, 96.28 per cent of them that is, 419408 candidates appeared for the examination. The result was to be announced on June 4. However, the results came out on Saturday which was a matter of relief for all candidates.

Score (out of 200) : PCM students – PCB students

200 to 176: 257 - 277

175 to 151: 2382 - 3036

150 to 126: 6108 - 9 563

125 to 101: 13326 - 231 9

100 to 51: 211623 - 321 99 1

Less than 50: 62 9 22 - 59577