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MH CET 2017 Exam Pattern

The State of Maharashtra conducts a Common Entrance Test for admission to First Yearfull time bachelor’s degree courses in Health Sciences, Veterinary and Animal Husbandry,Technical Education and Pharmacy. It also holds Common Entrance Test for admission to post-graduate degree in courses like Business Administration, Management Studies and Computer Application.

Too many exams abbreviations tend to create confusion and hence the following table gives a quick glance about the different exams.

Name of ExamDescriptionDate of Exam
MHT CETStarting from this year, this exam will be a single exam for Medical, Engineering and Pharmacy graduate degree courses.Thursday, May 5, 2017
MAH MCA CETThis is the entrance exam for admission to Masters in Computer Applications post-graduate degree course.Sunday, March 27, 2017
MAH CETThis is the entrance exam for admission to Masters in Business Administration and Master of Management Studies CoursesSaturday, March 12, 2017 and Sunday, March 13, 2017

Following is an overview of the Examination Pattern which would assist students in attempting the Exams successfully and conveniently.

MHT CET 2017 Exam Pattern

MHT CET is for students taking admission into medical, engineering and pharmacy  undergraduate degree courses. It is a 3 hour exam which is divided into 3 papers of 1.5 hour each. The exam has a total of 250 multiple choice questions from subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. This exam doesn’t bear negative marking scheme. The medium for the exam shall be selected by students at the time of filling up the application form which would be irrevocable in the exam.

Paper Pattern

The Exam is divided into 3 Papers of 1.5 hour each.

  • Paper I consists of questions from Physics and Chemistry subjects.
  • Paper II consists of questions from Biology (Botany) and Biology (Zoology) subjects.
  • Paper III consists of questions from Mathematics subject.

Choice of Question Paper

Students applying for various degree courses will have to attempt different question paper as per their choice of courses. Candidates applying for Health Sciences and Veterinary and Animal Husbandry will have to attempt Paper I and Paper II. Candidates who are appearing for Technical Education or Engineering courses will attempt Paper I and Paper III. Candidates appearing for pharmacy degree courses would attempt Paper I and will have a choice between Paper II and Paper III.  However, the students cannot choose between the questions in a question paper and all questions will have to be answered

Marking Scheme

Each Paper, except Paper III, consists of 100 questions. The total marks of each Paper are 100. There is no negative marking for wrong answers in the paper. No marks will be awarded for the question which has not been answered. The marking scheme of the question paper is best described in the following table:

PaperSubjectsNo. of QuestionsMarks per questionTotal Marks
Paper IPhysics50150
Chemistry50150
Paper IIBiology (Botany)50150
Biology (Zoology)50150
Paper IIIMathematics502100

Time Duration

The time duration of the exam is 3 hours. The exam will commence at 9:50 AM. However, the candidates will be required to be present in the hall by 9 AM. No student will be allowed to enter the examination hall after 10 AM.

  • Paper I (Physics and Chemistry) will commence at 9:50 AM and will continue till 11:30 AM. After which, only the candidates appearing for Biology (Paper II) will remain sitting in the Hall, while the rest shall leave the hall.
  • Paper II (Biology) will start 12 Noon and will end at 1:30 PM. After this, all students will be required to vacate the examination hall. A 30 Minutes break will be allotted for lunch.
  • Paper III (Mathematics) will start at 3 PM. However, the students must be present in the examination hall by 2:15 PM. No student will be allowed to enter the exam room after 3 pm. This paper will continue till 4:30 PM after which the Exam will finish.

Medium of Examination

At the time of filling the application form for the exam, students will be asked to fill the choice of language for the question paper. The medium of examination for Physics, Chemistry and Biology shall be English or Marathi or Urdu. Students have to choose one language in the application form. The medium for Mathematics paper will only be English.

NOTE- Once the language option is chosen by the candidate in the application it shall be irrevocable and students will not be able to change their choice of language on the day of the exam.

Marking the OMR

Final answers would be marked in the OMR Sheet provided to the candidates. OMR sheet should only be filled by a black/ blue ball point pen. In the OMR sheet, candidate shall mark the correct answer by darkening the corresponding circle. The circle must be darkened completely. No half-colored circle, a dot, tick mark or crossing the remaining circle would be accepted. If done so, the question will not be evaluated by the computerised scanner.

It is important to be completely sure of an answer before filling the circle. This is because students will not be able to change their answers once they fill into a circle. Use of whitener or ink eraser would only make things worse! The OMR Sheet and Question Paper have to be submitted by the candidate to the invigilator before leaving the exam.

Grievance Redressal Committee

If the candidate has any issue with the question paper, invigilator, the administration or any other issue, they shall report immediately to the Grievance Redressal Committee present in the Examination Centre. This Grievance Redressal Committee shall be present from 8 AM to 5 PM on the day of the Exam. The committee will consider the Grievance and take necessary decision on the spot.  The decision of the committee shall be considered final.

MAH MCA CET 2017 Exam Pattern

MAH MCA CET is for students taking admission into Computer Applicationspost-graduate degree course. It is a one and an hour exam which is divided into two sections of 100 marks each. The exam has a total of 50 multiple choice questions from topics like Computer concepts and General Aptitude. The exam does consist of negative marking. The medium for the exam shall be English and the mode of the exam is Online.

Paper Pattern

The Exam is divided into Two Papers of 100 marks each. The medium of the exam is English. The mode of the examination is online based. The question paper consists of Multiple Choice Questions with one question followed by four answer option choices.

  • Paper I consists of questions based on General Aptitude.
  • Paper II consists of questions from Computer Applications and Computer Basics subjects.

Marking Scheme

Each Paper consists of 25 questions. The total marks of each Paper is 100. There is a negative marking of 1 mark for every wrong answer in the paper. Zero marks will be awarded for the question which has not been answered. The marking scheme of the question paper is best described in the following table:

PaperSubjectsNo. of QuestionsMarks per questionTotal Marks
Paper IGeneral Aptitude254100
Paper IIComputer Concepts254100

Time Duration

The time duration of the exam is 90 minutes. However, the students will have to present in the venue for 180 minutes (3 hours). This is because, at the venue, students will be required to obtain and check the examination hall ticket, log into the assigned computer and go through the instructions carefully. The question paper consists of an on-screen timer and clock. It would help students in keeping track of time remaining for the exams. When the clock runs out, the exam will end.

It is advised that the candidates visit the venue a day before the Online Examination to confirm the location so that they will be able to report on time on the day of the examination. Late comers to the examinations will not be allowed to sit in the examination.

How to mark your answer in the Exam

Every question will consist of four answers out of which only one would be the correct one. The candidate will have to select the most appropriate answer and ‘mouse click’ that alternative which they feel is appropriate/correct. The selected option will be treated as your answer to the particular question.  Answer to any question will be considered for final evaluation, only when candidates have submitted the answers by clicking on “Save & Next” or “Mark for Review & Next”.

Remember to click “Save and Next” if one is sure about the answer. To deselect a chosen answer, click on the chosen option again or click on the Clear Response button. The ‘Mark for Review and Next’ button is used when the candidate selected an answer but would like to review and finalise it later. If an answer is selected for a question that is ‘Marked for Review’, and not saved with the “Save and Next” button, the answer will be considered in the final evaluation. For the Final evaluation, only those answers will be accepted which are saved under ‘Save’ or ‘Marked for Review’.

Do’s and Dont’s for the Exam

  • The candidate must remember to carry the Hall Ticket to the examination venue along with their recent passport size photograph and a valid ID Proof.E-Aadhar Card and Ration Card is not valid id proofs for this CET
  • Use of calculators and cell phones is not allowed in the examination hall.
  • Students must remember to carry a blue/ black ball point pen. A Sheet of paper would be provided to the candidate that can be used for rough work. However, before leaving the examination hall, the candidates have to return the rough sheet to the invigilator.

Grievance Redressal Committee

If the candidate has any issue with the question paper, invigilator, the administration or any other issue, they shall report immediately to the Grievance Redressal Committee present in the Examination Centre. This Grievance Redressal Committee shall be present on the examination venue on the day of the Exam. The committee will consider the Grievance and take necessary decision on the spot.  The decision of the committee shall be considered final.

MAH CET 2017 Exam Pattern

MAH CET is for students taking admission into Business Administration/ Management Studiespost-graduate degree course. It is a two and an hour exam which has four sections in the question paper. The exam is of 200 marks has a total of 200 multiple choice questions from topics like Logical Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, Verbal Ability/ Reading Comprehension.

Division of Paper

The Question paper is divided into Four Parts. The exam does not consist of negative marking. The medium for the exam shall be English and the mode of the exam is Online.

  • Part I consists of questions based on Logical Reasoning.
  • Part II consists of questions from Abstract Reasoning.
  • Part III consists of questions from Quantitative Aptitude.
  • Part IV consists of questions from Verbal Ability/ Reading Comprehension.

Marking Scheme

Each Part consists of a set of multiple choice questions. The total marks of question paper are 200. There is nonegative marking for wrong answer in the paper. Zero marks will be awarded for the question which has not been answered. The marking scheme of the question paper is best described in the following table:

Parts of the Question PaperSubjectsNo. of QuestionsMarks per questionTotal Marks
Part ILogical Reasoning75175
Part IIAbstract Reasoning25125
Part IIIQuantitative Aptitude50150
Part IVVerbal Ability/ Reading Comprehension50150

Time Duration

The time duration of the exam is 150 minutes. However, the students will have to present in the venue for 4 hours. This is because, at the venue, students will be required to obtain and check the examination hall ticket, log into the assigned computer and go through the instructions carefully. The question paper consists of an on-screen timer and clock. It would help students in keeping track of time remaining for the exams. When the clock runs out, the exam will end.

It is advised that the candidates visit the venue a day before the Online Examination to confirm the location so that they will be able to report on time on the day of the examination. Late comers to the examinations will not be allowed to sit in the examination.

Quick Pointers about the Question Paper

  • The medium of the exam is English.
  • The mode of the examination is online based.
  • The question paper consists of Multiple Choice Questions with one question followed by five answer option choices.

How to Mark your Answer in the Exam

Every question will consist of five answers out of which only one would be the correct one. The candidate will have to select the most appropriate answer and ‘mouse click’ that alternative which they feel is appropriate/correct. The selected option will be treated as your answer to the particular question. Answer to any question will be considered for final evaluation, only when candidates have submitted the answers by clicking on “Save & Next” or “Mark for Review & Next”.

Remember to click “Save and Next” if one is sure about the answer. To deselect a chosen answer, click on the chosen option again or click on the Clear Response button. The ‘Mark for Review and Next’ button is used when the candidate selected an answer but would like to review and finalise it later. If an answer is selected for a question that is ‘Marked for Review’, and not saved with the “Save and Next” button, the answer will be considered in the final evaluation. For the Final evaluation, only those answers will be accepted which are saved under ‘Save’ or ‘Marked for Review’.

Do’s and Dont’s for the Exam

  • The candidate must remember to carry the Hall Ticket to the examination venue along with their recent passport size photograph and a valid ID Proof.E-Aadhar Card and Ration Card is not valid id proofs for this CET
  • Use of calculators and cell phones is not allowed in the examination hall.
  • Students must remember to carry a blue/ black ball point pen. A Sheet of paper would be provided to the candidate that can be used for rough work. However, before leaving the examination hall, the candidates have to return the rough sheet to the invigilator.

Grievance Redressal Committee

If the candidate has any issue with the question paper, invigilator, the administration or any other issue, they shall report immediately to the Grievance Redressal Committee present in the Examination Centre. This Grievance Redressal Committee shall be present on the examination venue on the day of the Exam. The committee will consider the Grievance and take necessary decision on the spot.  The decision of the committee shall be considered final.

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