The applicant should have passed 10+2 or an equivalent examination with English, Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics scoring at least 50% aggregate marks in the PCM combination. There is 5% relaxation for Maharashtra backward classes. Candidates appearing for 10+2 examinations in 2016 can also apply.
The MHT-CET usually consists of three question papers. Each paper is of 100 marks and is 1.5 hours long.
• Paper I : Physics & Chemistry (50 marks each)
• Paper II : Biology (Botany & Zoology - 50 marks each)
• Paper III: Mathematics (100 Marks)
ALL questions need to be answered. Answers are to be marked in an OMR sheet with a black ball point pen only. There is NO negative marking. Those applying for Health Science courses and B.VSc & AH should necessarily appear for Paper I & Paper II. For Engineering/Technology degree courses one should appear for Paper I and Paper III and for applying for a Pharmacy degree course one should appear for Paper I & Paper-II and/or Paper-III. The syllabus for the Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics papers for the MHT-CET will be the same as for the HSC Examination of HSC Boards of Maharashtra for that particular year.
There are separate competent authorities for the selection procedures for every course:
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