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MHT CET results date postponed for betterment of students: CET Commissioner Dilip Sardesai

The CET office has released the probable date on the website

MHT CET results date postponed for betterment of students: CET Commissioner Dilip Sardesai
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Even after the given deadline, objections were being filed by the students regarding the question and answer table of the MHT CET examination. Therefore, keeping in mind the interest of the students, the date of MHT CET exam result has been postponed, informed Commissioner of State Common Entrance Chamber (CET Chamber) Dilip Sardesai. After the MHT CET exam was conducted between April 22 and May 16, students were confused about the result as the CET chamber announced different dates for the result.


For the academic year 2024-25, the PCB group examination was conducted between 22nd and 30th April 2024, while the PCM group examination was conducted between 2nd and 16th May 2024 for admission to engineering, pharmaceutical and agricultural education degree courses. The question and answer table of both these examinations were made available to the students for filing objections. Students were given a deadline till May 26 to file objections. After this, the CET board announced first in the first week of June, then the probable date of the result was June 10.


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Meanwhile, the objections of many students and parents were recorded by the CET department. To know the facts of the objection, an expert meeting was held and verified. It found the truth in seven objections. So the number of wrong questions increased to 54. Sardesai informed that students will get full marks for these questions.


Result before 19 June

The result of MHT CET will be announced on or before June 19, the CET office has released on the website. However, it is understood that the result will be announced in the next three-four days, i.e. before June 19, in order to start the admission process early.

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