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MAH MCA CET (DTE MAHARASHTRA) 2017 COUNSELLING

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MAH MCA CET 2017 Counselling

MAH MCA CET 2017 counselling would be conducted under the guidance of Commissioner, State CET Cell, Govt. of Maharashtra.  The MAH MCA CET is scheduled for March 27, 2017. The counselling and seat allotment will be carried out through a Centralized Allotment Process after the declaration of MAH MCA CET ResultsIt would focus on choice filling by the candidates and document verification. The candidates have to submit and confirm their seat through website from July 04, 2017 To July 07, 2017 till 5:00 PM. The Council will display the list of candidates for the provisional seat allotment  on July 8, 2017 at 5:00 pm. All the selected candidates will be called in the seat allotment and successful candidates will be offered provisional admission. And for this candidates have to report on the Admission Center for booking their seat. For the First CAP round candidates have to report from July 9, 2017 to July 16, 2017. 


Counselling Dates

ActivityDates
Display of Seat MatrixJuly 4, 2017
Online Submission and Confirmation for Admission for all candidates for CAP round 1, 2 and 3July 4, 2017
Last Date of Online Submission and confrimation for AdmissionJuly 7, 2017 (5:00 PM)
Display Provisional AllotementOn July 8, 2017 till 5:00 PM
Reporting On Admission Centres corresponding to CAP  Round 1 July 9, 2017 – July 16, 2017 (5:00 PM)
Display of Second List July 18, 2017 (5:00 PM)
Reporting On Admission Centres corresponding to CAP  Round 2July 19, 2017 – July 22, 2017 (5:00 PM)
Display of Third ListJuly 25, 2017 at 5:00 PM
Reporting On Admission Centres corresponding to CAP  Round 3July 26, 2017 – July 28, 2017 (5:00 PM)
Display of Vacant Seats CAP round 4July 30, 2017 till 5:00 PM
Online Submission and Confirmation of admissionJuly 30, 2017 – August 2, 2017 (5:00 PM)
Display of Provisional CAP Allotment Round 4August 4, 2017 till 5:00 PM
Reporting ARCAugust 5, 2017 to August 8, 2017 (5:00 PM)

For All candidates Including J & K migrants

August 6, 2017 to August 10, 2017

Important Instructions for Candidate reporting at ARC:

  1. Candidate can get whole list of ARC (Admission Reporting Centre) at the official Website
  2. A candidate must bring their Provisional Seat Allotment letter. They can download it form the website if they are allotted seat.
  3. The candidate must bring seat acceptance fee of Rs.5000/- (General Category, VJ/DT, NT, SBC/OBC Category). If candidates are of SC and ST category then they have to bring Rs.1000/-.
  4. Candidate has to bring Acceptance fee as demand draft in favor of “Commissioner, State CET Cell, Maharashtra State, Mumbai” payable at “Mumbai”.
  5. Candidates have to bring all the supportive documents for his verification
  6. Candidate must note that the allotted seat can be cancelled at any time if the supportive documents are not relevant or produced by fraudulent means.
  7. Candidates can reject the allocated seat by remitting the seat acceptance fee at Reporting Centre.
  8. The Direct Second Year Admission in MCA institutes will be done under the jurisdiction of Sant Gadgebaba Amravati University, SNDT University and Gondwana University only.
  9. All ARC shall remain open on the holidays and Sundays.

MAH MCA CET 2017 Results

The candidates will be able to check their result on the official website of MAH MCA CET 2017. The result will publish two separate lists for eligible and not eligible candidates. They will visit the official website and enter the credentials to view the result:

  • First, visit the official website for MAH MCA CET 2017.
  • Click on the link for “MAH MCA CET 2017 Result”.
  • Enter the Application number and Seat number.
  • Download and Print

The candidates have to visit the ARC’s for documents verification, updation and confirmation of Application form in person. The provisional and final merit lists will be published subsequently. All the candidates will be assigned separate merit numbers:

  • All the Maharashtra State candidates who have obtained positive marks in the MAH MCA CET 2017 will be assigned a first year State level General Merit Number, Second year State level Merit General Number for eligible for second year MCA. They will be also allotted Home University area Merit number, Category merit no. etc.
  • Candidates who fall under Outside Maharashtra State (OMS) category and have secured positive score in MAH MCA CET 2017 or equivalent marks in AIMCET 2017 will be assigned an OMS Merit Number.
  • Candidates who have applied under ‘J&K Migrant’ category and have obtained a positive score in MAH MCA CET 2017 will be assigned State level J&K Merit Number.

MAH MCA CET 2017 Counselling

The counselling and Seat allotment for MAH MCA CET 2017 will be conducted through the Centralized Allotment Process. There will be total three rounds of Centralized Allotment. In the first two rounds of CAP, centralized allotment would be done for eligible candidates from both Maharashtra State and OMS categories. All the eligible candidates will be required to fill online option forms. The third round of CAP would be conducted only for Maharashtra State candidates. In 2015, seats were allotted in 129 colleges through the first and second round of CAP.

Types of Seats

  1. The seats reserved for Maharashtra State Candidates are further grouped under different categories:
  • Those seats which will be offered for admission to Maharashtra State Candidates irrespective of their Home University Area are known as State Level Seats (SL Seats).
  • There are specific seats which are reserved for Home University i.e., the University under the jurisdiction of which that institute falls.These are called Home University (HU Seats). They are available for allotment through CAP for the Maharashtra Candidates who have their Home University status as that particular University for whose seats they are applying. To take an example, candidates having their home university as Mumbai University will be eligible for admission to the Home University seats of those institutes which are located in the jurisdiction of Mumbai University.
  • There is certain percentage of seats which are reserved for candidates belonging to Universities other than Home University (OHU Seats) i.e. for the Universities other than the Home University under the jurisdiction of which that institute falls. These are known as OHU seats.Candidates are required to opt for seats of other universities (excluding their home university) which fall under OHU seats. To take an example, candidates who have their home university as Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University will not be considered eligible for the OHU seats of those institutes which are located in Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University. Candidates having their home University other than Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University are eligible to apply for OHU seats of the Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University.
  1. Some seats are reserved for Outside Maharashtra State Candidates will be allotted through CAP- They are categorized as OMS seats, meant only for First Year Applicants in MCA course. These seats will be considered as belonging to General Category.
  2. There are certain seats which are available for admission to candidates who belong to Maharashtra Karnataka Disputed Border Area. They are known as MKB seats.
  3. There is a reservation of 15% for candidates who are Foreign Nationals/Persons of Indian Origin/Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries. Out of these 15% seats – One-third will be reserved for children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries and Two-third will be reserved for PIOs/Foreign Nationals. These seats are categorized as Foreign Nationals/Persons of Indian Origin /Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries Seats.
  4. There is a reservation for Jammu & Kashmir Migrant Candidates- One seat over and above the sanctioned intake capacity in each engineering institute is reserved for them under the Centralized Allotment Process and are categorized as Jammu & Kashmir Migrant Seats.
  5. For NRI Candidates, there is a reservation of 5% in the sanctioned intakes of all engineering institutes in the state- These seats are within SI and are categorized as Ward of NRI Seats.
  6. Some of the seats are categorized as Institute Level Seats- In all the unaided institutions, there is a maximum of 20% seats which are available for admission on Institutional Level
  7. There is a provision that minimum 51% of seats of SI shall be reserved for admission to Minority community/group candidates in unaided minority institutions. They are grouped under Minority seats.

NOTE: Minority Seats % + Institute Level Seats % should not exceed 100%


Eligibilityfor MAH MCA CET 2017 CAP

  • Those who are applying as Maharashtra State Candidates, should fulfill the following eligibility criterion
  • Candidate must be an Indian National and must have secured 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA in any Bachelor’s degree of minimum three years duration.
  • Must have appeared and qualified in MAH MCA CET 2017.
  • Candidates applying under OMS Category must meet the following criterion:
  • Candidate should be an Indian National and must have secured 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA in any Bachelor’s degree of  minimum three years duration.
  • Must have appeared in AIMCET 2017 for seeking admission to MCA OR Must have appeared and qualified in MAH MCA CET 2017.
  • For Candidates applying under NRI/Foreign National/PIO/Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries quota, the eligibility criterion would be following
  • Candidate must have secured 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA in any Bachelor’s degree of minimum three years duration.
  • Must have appeared in AIMCET 2017 OR has appeared and qualified in MAH MCA CET 2017 OR any other equivalent entrance examination conducted for the academic year 2017-17.
  • Candidates seeking admission against Minority or Institute level seats should fulfill the following eligibility criterion:
  • Candidate should be an Indian National and must have secured 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA in any Bachelor’s degree of minimum three years duration.
  • Must have appeared in AIMCET 2017 OR has appeared and qualified in MAH MCA CET 2017 OR any other CET which is conducted by an agency approved by Pravesh Niyantran Samiti located at Bandra (E), Mumbai-51 for the academic year 2017-17.

Centralized Allotment Process

Since the admission and seat allocation process for MAH MCA CET 2017 would be conducted through Centralized allotment process (CAP), candidates are advised to understand various rules and regulations which govern this procedure. Once the results are declared for MAH MCA CET 2017, candidates will be required to submit and confirm the online application forms at designated Application Form Receipt Centers (ARCs) on pre-notified dates. It is mandatory for all the applicants to fill the application form for admission online, take out a print and confirm the application form at ARCs in person. They will be also required to carry all the necessary Original documents, along with the receipt of online payment of fees for verification. All the successful candidates will be issued a “Receipt-cum-Acknowledgement” duly attested by their respective ARCs.

In due course, the competent authority will issue the provisional merit list followed by a final merit list on the official website of DTE, Maharashtra. Candidates can lodge complaints with ARC in case of any discrepancy in Provisional Merit list within stipulated deadline. There would be separate merit lists for Maharashtra State Candidates, OMS Candidates and J & K Migrant Candidates. The score cards will be dispatched within 15 days of the declaration of result via speed post. Duplicate Score cards will be issued on payment of Rs.200/- fee.

Filling Option Form for CAP Round I and II: All the candidates who wish to participate in CAP should mandatorily fill the Online Option form for each respective CAP Round. Candidates must remember the following points while filling the option form:

  • Candidates can fill online application form after they login through their credentials on the website.
  • No changes would be allowed in the Options after confirmation,
  • The maximum number of options for CAP Round I and II is 100.
  • Candidates are allowed to fill minimum 1 and maximum 100 options.
  • They can take the printout of confirmed Option form for all future reference

Confirmation of Admission

The competent authority will hold direct allotment rounds for counselling. The total number of seats available at the commencement of every round will be allotted on the basis of options confirmed by the candidates, merit of the candidates within their respective categories and number of seats available at a particular point of time during allotment procedure. The key features of allotment process are:

  • Allotment of eligible candidates for particular rounds will be displayed on the website.
  • Candidate are required to take a printout of the displayed allotment.
  • All the candidates should report to the allotted institute as per the schedule. They are required to produce all the requisite documents and submit the stipulated fee at the institute to confirm admission.
  • Institutes on their part will carry out regular “Online Update” to confirm the admission of candidates on their respective websites. Institutes can also printout the system generated letter of confirmation.
  • Those seats for which candidates have not reported to respective institutes or has not confirmed admission, will be treated as vacant seats for subsequent rounds of CAP.
  • Candidates can view the status of reporting or their eligibility for next rounds through login.

CAP Round 1

  • Those candidates who have obtained First choice allotment, shall not be considered eligible to appear for subsequent rounds of CAP and their names will be deleted from subsequent lists. They are advised to confirm their admission at their allotted institutes respectively.
  • Other candidates who have obtained an allotment other than their first option but are satisfied with the allotment of CAP round I and are not willing to participate in subsequent rounds can also confirm their admission at respective institutions. They will also be no longer eligible for subsequent rounds.
  • All the seats which are filled (candidates have confirmed admission) in CAP round I will no longer be available for subsequent rounds.

CAP Round 2

  • Those candidates who have obtained allotment for any one of the first seven options, shall not be considered eligible to appear for subsequent rounds of CAP and their names will be deleted from subsequent lists. They should to confirm their admission at their allotted institutes respectively.
  • Other candidates who have obtained an allotment other than their first Seven options but are satisfied with the allotment of CAP round II and are not willing to participate in subsequent rounds can also confirm their admission at respective institutions. They will also be no longer eligible for subsequent rounds.
  • All the seats which are filled (candidates have confirmed admission) in CAP round II will no longer be available for subsequent rounds.

CAP Round 3

  • Candidates who belong to OMS category will not be eligible to take part in CAP Round III.
  • Seats which have remained vacant after CAP round I & II and are within the control of competent authority will be available for Round III.
  • All the seats which fall under the category of OMS seats as well as those under Backward, PH, HU, OHU etc. will be a part of State level General seats.
  • Candidates will have to report in person at the designated Center of Counselling Round, along with requisite documents and the non- refundable stipulated fees (not applicable for SC/ST) in form of DD drawn on “The Director, Technical Education” payable at Mumbai.
  • Center of Counselling Round will be updated on the DTE website.
  • All the eligible candidates will be offered admission to seats available in their respective categories.
  • In case of delay on the part of candidates in reporting for the counselling or payment of balance fees, they will lose any claim for both the allotted seat and fees paid.

Documents Required for Verification

All the eligible candidates should carry Original documents and attested Xerox copies during confirmation of CAP Application form at the ARC. The original documents will be returned after verification while the Xerox copies would be submitted. The admit card for MAH MCA CET 2017 should be produced by the candidates for identity verification. The list of necessary documents is mentioned below:

  • Certificate of Indian Nationality in the name of the Candidate
  • Statement of marks of HSC and SSC
  • Statement of marks for the Bachelor’s Degree Examination (i.e. the qualifying Degree examination) in case the candidate has passed the bachelor’s degree examination
  • Caste certificate (if applicable)
  • Caste/Tribe Validity Certificate
  • Non Creamy Layer certificate valid up to 31st March 2017 (if applicable)
  • Domicile certificate of candidate’s father/mother (if applicable), clearly indicating the place of permanent residence of the candidate/father or mother or Husband
  • Domicile certificate of candidate: In case of Type-A candidate In lieu of Domicile certificate candidates should produce Birth Certificate of candidate indicating place of birth in Maharashtra OR School Leaving Certificate indicating place of birth of candidate is in Maharashtra
  • Certificates in Proforma A, B, C, D, E, F, and G.
  • Receipt of payment of processing fees
  • Hall Ticket for MAH-MCA-CET 2017 duly signed by supervisor of the examination
  • Any other relevant document

The candidates are also required to carry to certificates (original and attested copies) at the time of admission at the allotted institutes. They are also indicated below:

  • Statement of marks of HSC and SSC
  • Statement of marks for the Bachelor’s Degree Examination (i.e. the qualifying Degree examination) in case the candidate has passed the bachelor’s degree examination
  • MAH-MCA-CET 2017 / AIMCET 2017 score card (whichever is applicable)
  • Certificate of Indian Nationality
  • Caste Certificate
  • Caste/Tribe Validity
  • Non Creamy Layer certificate (valid up to 31st March 2017)
  • Domicile Certificate Proforma
  • MAH MCA CET Admit Card

NOTE: Those who don’t possess “Certificate of Indian Nationality”, can submit one of following documents:

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  • The School leaving Certificate indicating the Nationality of the candidate as ‘Indian’.
  • Indian Passport in the name of the candidate, issued by appropriate authorities.
  • Birth Certificate of the Candidate indicating the place of birth in India.

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