CET

About the Exam

MAH CET 2019 for admission to MBA/MMS courses in 300+ Maharashtra MBA colleges is to be held on March 9 & 10, 2019 as an online computer based exam of  2½ hours (150 minutes) duration. The exam consists of 200 questions in MCQ format. The best part is that there is no negative marking in the DTE MAH MBA/MMS CET 2019 entrance exam.

 

The exam is the gateway to MBA/MMS 2019-21 batch in JBIMS, SIMSREE, PUMBA, K J Somaiya, N L Dalmiya, DSIMS, Dy Patil and other 300+ MBA colleges in Maharashtra.

 

15% to 35% seat allocation is available for All India candidates appearing in MAH-CET 2019 exam. These candidates will also be offered admission on the basis of their scores in two All India MBA entrance exams – CAT 2018 and CMAT 2019.

 

MAHCET 2019: MBA Admission Process

Post declaration of MAH CET 2019 result on March 18, 2019, DTE Maharashtra will start the Centralized Admission Process (CAP) to allot the MBA/MMS seats in all the participating MBA colleges from mid May 2019 and would continue it till July 2019.

 

After the document verification process, the merit list would be declared. This will facilitate the B-school allotment process. Final Merit list is proposed to be declared in the second week of July 2019.

 

All the top MBA colleges in Maharashtra including JBIMS Mumbai, SIMSREE, PUMBA, K J Somaiya who are participating in CAP round, will offer admission in accordance with seat matrix and B-school allotment through DTE-CAP 2019. 

 

MAH CET 2019 for admission to MBA/MMS/PGDM/PGDBM courses in the AICTE approved B schools in Maharashtra will be an online test. 

MAH CET 2019 Eligibility

DTE has announced the eligibility criteria for the candidates to apply for MAH MBA/MMS CET 2019 exam. Following are the major points that determine the eligibility criteria to appear in MAH CET 2019 exam

  • Applicant must be a citizen of India.
  • Graduates with 50% marks in any discipline can apply for MAH CET 2019 exam.
  • Final year students of Graduate Courses (10+2+3) whose result will be declared before commencement of admission for academic year 2018-19 can also apply for MAH CET MBA/MMS 2019 online exam.
  • Registration fee for MAH MBA CET exam is Rs.1000/- for all India candidates/open category and Rs.800/- for reserved category candidates
  • The candidates can seek admission in Maharashtra B-schools on the basis of CAT 2018 and CMAT 2019 entrance exams also.

Eligibility: Maharashtra State (MS) Candidate
Qualifying on any of the 4 types could place your candidature as the Maharashtra State (MS) candidate. Registering and applying for MAH CET 2019 as MS candidate will open more opportunities and more admission options in MBA/MMS 2019-21 in top MBA colleges in Maharashtra.

 

MS candidate: Type A
An aspirant who has passed HSC and qualifying examination from Maharashtra state is a Maharashtra Candidate.  If the applicant didn’t pass HSC but passed Diploma in Engineering / Technology / Pharmacy and any other qualifying examination from Maharashtra State, he/she is to be termed as Maharashtra State Candidate. In addition to this fact, if the Candidate is Domiciled or Born in the State of Maharashtra, he/she is the Maharashtra State Candidate and should mention it while registering and applying for MAH CET 2019 online. 

 

MS Candidate: Type B
You could be Maharashtra State (MS) Candidate if you or your Father or Mother is domiciled in the State of Maharashtra. It is not necessary that you were born or studied in the State of Maharashtra. In case it is the place of domicile of any 3 of you as shared above, you could reap the benefits of being an MS candidate.

 

MS Candidate: Type C
If either of your parents i.e. Father or Mother, is an employee of the Government of India or Government of India Undertaking who is posted and reported to duty in Maharashtra State before the last date for submitting the application for admission, you are a Maharashtra State candidate.

 

If you wish to appear in MAH MBA/MMS CET 2019 as a Maharashtra State candidate and your parents are supposed to report for duty in Maharashtra state but are delaying it, if they report for duty you can apply for MAH CET 2019 as an MS candidate to gain all the benefits of Maharashtra State candidature.

 

MS Candidate: Type D
An applicant will be considered as Maharashtra State Candidate if his/her Father or Mother is an employee of the Government of Maharashtra/Government of Maharashtra Undertaking or are retired employees of above. Although such employees are usually not posted out of the state, in case they are posted in some other states or are on deputation to some other departments, the candidate would still be considered as Maharashtra state candidate.

 

MS Candidate: Type E
Candidates passing HSC or passing diploma in Engineering or Technology or Pharmacy and also Qualifying Examination from a recognized institution located in a disputed Maharashtra Karnataka Border area or from Maharashtra, residing in the disputed Maharashtra Karnataka Border area and whose mother tongue is Marathi.

 

All India candidates: 15% to 35% seats reserved
15% to 35% seat allocation is available for All India candidates appearing in MAH CET exam. These candidates are also offered admission on the basis of their scores in All India MBA entrance exams CAT 2018, CMAT 2019.

 

JBIMS Mumbai: To have same eligibility
For the MMS batch 2019-21, JBIMS Mumbai has decided to participate in the DTE CAP 2019 and will offer admission as per the seat allotment process by DTE Maharashtra. JBIMS will accept MAH MBA/MMS 2019 score, CAT 2018 score and CMAT 2019 score for admission. The eligible candidates need not apply to JBIMS, Mumbai separately as the seat allotment will be through DTE CAP round 2019.  

MAH CET 2019 Registration & Application process

MAH MBA CET 2019 Registration and Application process is open now. The last date to apply for MAH CET 2019 is February 15, 2019. You have to apply online only to appear in MAH CET 2019. The application fee for MAH CET 2019 is INR 1000 for Open category and INR 800 for reserved category candidates. DTE Maharashtra started the online MAH CET 2019 Registration and application process on January 10, 2019 even before the release of MAH CET 2019 Notification which was released on January 14, 2019.

 

This year you may not find much information about MAH CET 2019 on the DTE Maharashtra home page and the entire information displayed there is related to last year MAH CET Admission process. The information about the MAH CET 2019 registration and entire schedule is available in the separate link provided by DTE Maharashtra. This is creating confusion among the candidates. However, MBAUniverse.com shares below the complete information about MAH CET 2019 registration process and application submission details with MAH MBA CET 2019 application fee payment process.  

 

MAH MBA CET 2019 Registration: Key Points to Note

  • The last date to apply with application fee for MAH CET 2019 is February 15, 2019 end of day
  • The MBA CET 2019 registration and application process is online
  • MAH MBA CET 2019 registration and application fee is Rs.800/- for Maharashtra State candidates and Rs.1000/- for All India category candidates.
  • The MAH MBA CET 2019 exam will be held on March 9 and 10, 2019 in multiple sessions as an online computer based test
  • MAH CET Application form can be completed online only through computer connected to Internet on the MAH CET 2019 official web site 
  • The Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra is the authority to conduct MAH CET 2019 exam.
  • As the MAH CET 2019 Registration and application form to apply for MAH CET 2019 cannot be filled up offline, DTE Maharashtra will reject the MAH CET registration and application form 2019, if it is submitted by post or courier.

MAH CET 2019 Application Form: Key Dates
MAH CET 2019 Registration dates and the online Application form submission dates are:

Activity
Open Date
Last Date 
MAH MBA CET 2018 Online registration & Confirmation of Application Form on website
 January 10, 2019
February 15, 2019
Issue of MAH MBA/MMS CET 2018 Admit Card (Through candidate login)
March 1, 2019
March 10, 2019
Date of MAH MBA/MMS CET Examination
March 9, 2019
March 10, 2019
Declaration of MAH CET 2019 Result
March 31, 2019
Available till MAHCET 2020 exam

 

Key Guidelines to follow before Applying for MAH CET 2019
Before applying online for MAH MBA/MMS CET 2019 exam, candidates should ensure the following:

  • For photo upload in the MAH CET 2019 application form online, you must scan your photograph and signature ensuring that both the photograph and signature adhere to the required specifications ( Recent photo size in .jpg format should be between 20KB to 50 KB; Signature size in .jpg should be between 10KB to 20KB
  • Have a valid personal email ID and mobile number, which should be kept active even after completing the MAH CET 2019 application form till the completion of MAH CET 2019 admission Process.
  • In case a candidate does not have a valid personal e-mail ID, he/she should create his/her new e-mail ID and mobile number.
  • Make arrangement to pay online the MAH CET 2019 Application Fee which is Non-refundable. The Bank Transaction charges for Online Payment of application fees will have to be borne by the candidate.

How to Complete MAH CET 2019 Registration and Submit Application Form
MAH CET 2019 Registration and application process is online. Candidates need to take following five steps to complete their MAH MBA/MMS CET 2019 application form:

  • Step-1: Login to MAH CET 2019 official website cetcell (.) mahacet (.)org/ MAH-MBAMMS-CET-2019 and click on the icon ‘click here for new registration 
  • Step-2: MAH CET 2019 Registration form Opens. Fill in your Basic Details
  • Step-3: Upload your Photo & Signature of Required Size
  • Step-4: Fill in the Details about category, address, qualification
  • Step-5: After quick Review, make payment and submit the application form

Step by Step Process to fill in MAH CET 2019 Registration & Application form
After going to MAH CET 2019 official website mahacet.org, take following steps:

 

Step-1: Click here for New Registration
Clicking on this will lead you to the Registration and Application form

mah cet 2019 registration

Step-2: Fill In Basic Information
You need to fill up your basic information like name, phone number, email id. A Provisional MAH CET 2019 Registration Number and Password will be generated by the system and displayed on the screen. Candidate should note down the Provisional Registration Number and Password. Besides, An Email & SMS indicating the Provisional MAH CET 2019 Registration number and Password will be sent on registered mail ID and on your mobile number. Validate your details and Save your MAH CET application by clicking the 'Validate your details' and 'Save & Next' button.

 

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Step-3: Upload your Photo & Signature
You can move on with the step-2 to complete your MAH CET 2019 registration and application form or can log out to complete it later. If you login again, you should use MAH CET 2019 login ID and Password to complete you MAH MBA CET 2019 application form. In case you are unable to complete the MAH CET application form 2019 in one go, you can save the data already entered by choosing "SAVE AND NEXT" tab.

 

Before uploading the photograph and signature please note that your picture image is in colour, taken against a light-coloured, preferably white, Background. Ensure that the size of the scanned photograph is not more than 50kb and that of signature image should be between 10kb and 20kb.

 

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Step-4: Complete Your Details
Carefully fill the category, exam centre and qualification details. Verify the details filled in the online MAH CET application form before final submission as no change will be possible/entertained after clicking the final submit button. Prior to submission of the MAH CET 2019 online application, you are advised to use the "SAVE AND NEXT" facility to verify the details in the online application form and modify the same if required.

 

After filling up the details, click on the Preview Tab to preview and verify the entire MAH CET 2019 application form before FINAL SUBMIT. Modify details, if required, and click on 'FINAL SUBMIT' ONLY after verifying and ensuring that the photograph, signature uploaded and other details filled by you are correct.

 

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Step-5: Make Payment
Click on 'Payment' Tab and proceed for MAH CET application fee payment. It requires your account details/Credit/Debit card details as the payment has to be made online.

 

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All the Visually Impaired candidates should fill the MAH CET application form 2019 carefully and verify/ get the details verified to ensure that the same are correct prior to final submission.

 

Please note that the Name of the candidate or his /her Father/ Husband etc. should be spelt correctly in the MAH CET application as it appears in the Certificates/ Mark sheets/Identity proof. Any change/alteration found may disqualify the candidature for CET exam as well as Admission

 

MAH CET 2019: Application fee
MAH CET Application form processing fee for MAH CET 2019 exam is Rs.1000/- for open category and Rs.800/- for reserved category and should be paid through online system only by Internet Payment, Credit Card/ Debit Card payment gateway for which the service charges, as per rules, shall be applicable in addition to the MBA CET application form processing fees. No other mode of payment shall be permitted.

 

Application Fee for Open category
MAH CET 2019 exam application fee for open Category Candidates from Maharashtra State, Outside Maharashtra State (OMS), J & K Migrant candidates and NRI/Foreign Nationals / PIO/Children of Indian Workers in the Gulf Countries Candidates is Rs.1000/- (Rs. One thousand only)

 

Fee for Reserved Category
MAH CET Application fee for candidates of Backward Class Categories [SC, ST, VJ/DT- NT(A), NT(B), NT(C), NT(D), OBC, SBC] and & Persons with Disability Candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only is Rs.800/- (Rs. Eight hundred only)

 

How to Pay MAH CET 2019 Application Fee
Online Payment gateway to MAH CET 2019 Examination Fees is integrated with the MAH MBA/MMS CET 2019 application form. The MAH CET 2019 application fee payment process can be completed by following the instructions as under in two steps:

  1. The payment of MAH CET application fee can be made by using Debit Cards (RuPay/Visa/MasterCard/Maestro), Credit Cards, Internet Banking, IMPS, Cash Cards/ Mobile Wallets
  2. After submitting your MAH CET exam fee payment information in the online application form, please wait for the intimation from the server and do not press back or refresh button in order to avoid double charge.

Confirmation of MAH MBA CET 2019 Fee Payment
On successful completion of the fee payment transaction, an e-Receipt will be generated. Please note that non-generation of ‘E-Receipt’ indicates PAYMENT FAILURE. On failure of payment, Candidates are advised to login again using their MAH CET 2019 Provisional Registration Number and Password and repeat the process of payment.

 

You should take a printout of the e-Receipt and online MAH CET 2019 Application Form containing fee details. Please note that if the e-Receipt of MAH CET application fee payment cannot be generated, online transaction may not have been successful

 

Credit Card users should note that All charges are listed in Indian Rupee. If you use a non-Indian credit card, your bank will convert to your local currency based on prevailing exchange rates

 

To ensure the security of your data filled in the MAH CET fee transaction, please close the browser window once your transaction is completed.

 

MAH CET 2019: Admission Regulating Authority Established
The Government of Maharashtra has established "ADMISSIONS REGULATING AUTHORITY AND STATE COMMON ENTRANCE TEST CELL" as per the provisions of the Maharashtra Unaided Private Professional Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admissions & Fees) Act. 2015 (Mah. Act No. XXVIII of 2015). The Commissioner of State CET Cell is Competent Authority for conducting CETs.

 

MAH CET 2019 Exam Pattern

MAH CET 2019 exam for MBA/MMS admission will be held on March 9 & 10, 2019. MAH MBA CET 2019 will be held in multiple slots as an online computer based test. MAH CET leads to admission in AICTE approved MBA/MMS/ PGDM courses 2019 in 300+ MBA colleges across the state of Maharashtra. No structural and content based changes in MAH MBA CET 2019 exam are announced by DTE Maharashtra.

 

Following are the key features of MAH CET 2019 exam pattern:

  • MAH MBA CET 2019 Test window is of 2 days on March 9 & 10, 2019 divided in multiple sessions
  • MAH MBA CET 2019 is an online computer based test.
  • The test will be of 150 minutes (2 and half hours) duration
  • MAH CET 2019 will consist of only Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).
  • Total number of questions will be 200
  • There will be 5 answer options for each question in MAH CET 2019 question paper.
  • The MAH CET 2019 questions will NOT carry negative marking for any wrong answer.
  • Although MAH MBA CET 2019 question paper has 4 sections, effectively the exam will consist of 3 sections as the 100 questions in Reasoning section will be divided into Logical reasoning with 75 questions and Abstract Reasoning with 25 questions questions separately
MAH CET 2019 Section name
Number of questions
Mark per question
Total marks for the section
Logical Reasoning
75
1
75
Abstract Reasoning
25
1
25
Quantitative Aptitude
50
1
50
Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension
50
1
50
Total marks for the test
 
 
200

Important Instructions About MAH CET 2019 Exam Pattern:
Although the time for the MAH CET 2019 is 2 hours and 30 minutes, you may have to be at the venue for approximately 4 hours including the time required for logging in, collection of the Hall Ticket, going through the instructions among others.

  • All the MAH CET 2019 questions will be in English.
  • You can attempt any question at any point of time within these 150 minutes.
  • All the questions in MAH CET 2019 test paper will have multiple choices.
  • Out of the five answers options for each question in MAH CET 2019 question paper only one will be the correct answer.
  • You have to select the most appropriate answer and ‘mouse click’ that alternative which you feel is appropriate/correct.
  • The alternative/ option that you have clicked on will be treated as your answer to that question.
  • There will be no penalty for wrong answers marked by you in MAH CET exam 2019.

MAH CET 2019: Scoring Scheme
The Scores of MAH MBA CET 2019 Online Examination will be obtained by adopting the undernoted procedure:

  1. Number of questions answered correctly by a candidate in each objective test in each slot of MAH CET exam is considered for arriving at the Corrected Score.
  2. The Corrected Scores so obtained in the MAH CET question paper 2019 by a candidate are made equivalent to take care of the minor difference in difficulty level, if any, in each of the objective tests held in different sessions to arrive at the Equated Scores.
  3. Scores obtained by candidates on any test slot of MAH CET 2019 are equated to the base form by considering the distribution of scores of all the forms.
  4. The Test wise scores and scores on total in MAH CET 2019 exam is reported with decimal points up to two digits.

DTE Maharashtra has advised that the possibility of occurrence of some problem in the administration of the MAH MBA CET 2019 examination cannot be ruled out completely which may impact test delivery and/or result from being generated. In that event, every effort will be made to rectify such problem, which may include movement of candidates, delay in test.

 

Conduct of a MAH CET 2019 re-exam is at the absolute discretion of DTE Maharashtra. Candidates will not have any claim for a re-test. Candidates not willing to move or not willing to participate in the delayed process of test delivery shall be summarily rejected from the process.

 

Since the MAH CET 2019 examination is held in more than one session, the scores across various sessions will be equated to adjust for slight differences in difficulty level of different test batteries used across sessions. More than one session are required if the nodes capacity in MAH CET 2019 test centres is less or some technical disruption takes place at any center or for any candidate.

 

State CET Cell would be analysing the responses (answers) of individual candidates with those of other candidates to detect patterns of similarity of right and wrong answers in MAH CET 2019 exam. If in the analytical procedure adopted by State CET Cell in this regard, it is inferred/ concluded that the responses in MAH CET 2019 exam paper have been shared and scores obtained are not genuine/ valid, State CET Cell reserves right to disqualify the candidature of the concerned candidates and the result of such candidates (disqualified) will be null & void.

 

Instances for providing incorrect information and/or process violation by a candidate detected at any stage of the admission process will lead to disqualification of the candidate from the entire MBA admission process of MAH CET 2019.

 

MAH CET 2019: Navigating the Answers on Exam day

  • Please note that 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”.
  • The clock has been set at the server and the countdown timer at the top right corner of your screen will display the time remaining for you to complete the exam.
  • When the clock runs out the exam ends by default - you are not required to end or submit your exam.
  • The question palette at the right of screen shows one of the following statuses of each of the questions numbered:

 

  • The Marked for Review status simply acts as a reminder that you have set to look at the question again. If an answer is selected for a question that is Marked for Review, the answer will be considered in the final evaluation.
  • To select a question to answer, you can do one of the following:

(a) Click on the question number on the question palette at the right of your screen to go to that numbered question directly. Note that using this option does NOT save your answer to the current question.
(b) Click on ‘Save & Next’ to save answer to current question and to go to the next question in sequence.
(c) Click on ‘Mark for Review and Next’ to save answer to current question, mark it for review, and to go to the next question in sequence.

  • To select your answer, click on one of the option buttons.
  • To change your answer, click another desired option button.
  • To save your answer, you MUST click on Save & Next.
  • To deselect a chosen answer, click on the chosen option again or click on the Clear Response button.
  • To mark a question for review click on Mark for Review & Next.

How to select answers for Final Evaluation
If an answer is selected for a question that is Marked for Review, the answer will be considered in the final evaluation. To change an answer to a question, first select the question and then click on the new answer option followed by a click on the Save & Next button.

 

Questions that are saved or marked for review after answering will ONLY be considered for evaluation.  Test name(s) will be displayed on the top bar of the screen. Questions in a test can be viewed by clicking on the test name.

 

The test you will view will be highlighted. After clicking the Save & Next button on the last question for a test, you will automatically be taken to the first question of the (next) test.

 

You can move the mouse cursor over the test names to view the status of the questions for that test.   You can shuffle between test and questions anytime during the examination as per your convenience. The candidates may ask the Test Administrator about their doubts or questions only before the commencement of the test but No query shall be entertained after the commencement of the examination.

 

Adhere to time limit
After the expiry of 150 minutes, the candidates will not be able to attempt any question or check their answers. The answers of the candidate would be saved automatically by the computer system even if he/ she has not clicked the “Submit” button.

  • Please note that Candidates will not be allowed to “finally submit” unless they have exhausted the actual test time.
  • Under no circumstances should a candidate click on any of the ‘keyboard keys’ once the exam starts as this will lock the exam.

Activities You Need to Do a Day Before MAH CET 2019 exam
According to DTE Maharashtra the candidates should note date, time and venue address of the examination given in the Hall Ticket.

 

It is in your own interest to visit the venue one day before the Online Examination to confirm the location so that you are able to report on time (as printed on the Hall ticket) on the day of the examination as the late comers will not be allowed.

 

Things you need to bring on exam day

  • The Hall Ticket should be brought with you to the examination venue along with your recent passport size photograph duly pasted on it. (Preferably the same photograph as was as uploaded).
  • Please hand over this Hall ticket to the invigilator.
  • No use of calculators (separate or with watch), books, note books or written notes, cell phones (with or without camera facility), or any other electronic device will be allowed during the examination.
  • You should bring one of the following currently valid Photo identity proof in original at the MAH CET 2019 test centre- THIS IS ESSENTIAL. Currently valid photo identity proof may be PAN Card/Passport/Permanent Driving Licence/Voter’s Card/Bank Passbook with photograph/Photo Identity proof issued by a Gazetted Officer on official letterhead /Photo Identity proof issued by a People’s Representative on official letterhead/Valid recent Identity Card issued by a recognised College/University/Aadhar Card with a photograph/Employee ID/Bar Council Identity card with photograph.
  • Please Note - Ration Card and Learner’s Driving License will NOT be accepted as valid ID proof for this project.
  • Your name as appearing on the Hall ticket (provided by you during the process of registration) should reasonably match the name as appearing on the photo identity proof. Female candidates who have changed first/last/middle name post marriage must take special note of this. If there is any mismatch between the name indicated in the Hall ticket and Photo Identity Proof, you will not be allowed to appear for the exam.
  • In case of candidates who have changed their name will be allowed only if they produce Gazette notification/their marriage certificate/affidavit.
  • You should bring with you a ball-point pen.
  • A sheet of paper will be provided which can be used for rough work or taking down the question number you would like to review at the end of the test before submitting your answers. After the test is over you MUST hand over this sheet of paper to the Test Administrator before leaving the venue.
  • Please note that a candidate is allowed to appear only once in the online examination. Multiple appearance in online examination will result in cancellation of candidature.
  • In case more than one Hall Ticket has been generated, candidates are advised to appear only once on the date and at the time mentioned on the respective Hall Ticket. All other Hall Tickets are to be surrendered.
  • Persons with Disabilities (PWD) should contact the Test Centre Administrator of the test venue at least 30 minutes before the time of examination for assistance in seating, if needed.

Key points to remember on MAH CET 2019 exam day:
You are advised to bring with you the following:

  1. Hall Ticket with photo affixed thereon
  2. Photo ID card in Original with photocopy
  3. One Ball point pen

Persons with Disabilities (PWD) should bring duly filled Scribe form if applicable.

MAH CET 2019 Admit Card

MAH CET 2019 Admit card will be released on March 1, 2019 by DTE Maharashtra for MBA/MMS exam. Candidates can download their MAH CET 2019 call letter from official website link for MBA/MMS CET 2019 exam. 

 

MAH CET 2019 Admit Card Download: Important Dates

MAH CET 2019 Admit Card Activity
Key Date
MAH CET 2019 Hall Ticket Upload Date
March 1, 2019 (Morning Hours)
MAH CET Admit Card 2019 Download Start Date
March 1, 2019 (Afternoon)
Last Date for MAH CET 2019 Admit Card Download
March 10, 2019
Website to Download MAH CET 2019 Hall Ticket
ibpsonline.ibps.in/cetmbajan19
Login Details Needed to download MAH CET 2019 Hall Ticket
1.MAH CET 2019 registration number/roll number
2. MAH CET 2019 Password/ Date of Birth

How to Download MAH CET 2019 Hall ticket

  • MAH CET 2019 Admit Card will be uploaded on March 1, 2019 by DTE Maharashtra on its official MAH MBA CET 2019 website
  • Only successfully Registered candidates for MAH CET 2019 should login on the website ibpsonline.ibps.in/cetmbajan19 to download their MAH MBA CET 2019 admit card with their registered MAH CET 2019 ID and password.
  • Once the candidate clicks the relevant link, he/she can access the window for MAH CET 2019 Hall Ticket download
  • Login with your MAH CET 2019 registration number/roll number
  • Use the registration number which was generated and sent to you by SMS, mail when you registered for MAH MBA CET 2019.
  • Enter your Password/ Date of Birth to download the Hall Ticket for MAH CET 2019.
  • Date of Birth should be entered in DD-MM-YY format.
  • Insert the verification code to view and download the MAH CET 2019 Admit Card.
  • DTE Maharashtra advises to download your hall ticket before the closure date.

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MAH CET 2019 Admit Card Hard copy
You should save the hall ticket and take the print of the same. Please check that all the details are correctly mentioned on the MAH CET hall ticket. Please note that the hard copy of MAH CET 2019 Admit card with your photograph is to be carried to the test venue.

 

Check All Details in MAH CET Hall Ticket 2019
While viewing your MAH CET 2018 admit card on DTE site please ensure to check that all the details are available in the hall ticket and if you find any information incorrect or missing, please immediately contact the DTE Maharashtra helpline.

  • Photograph & Signature: The Hall ticket must have your photograph that you uploaded.
  • Application ID: It should be the same as your registered ID for MAH CET 2019
  • Seat No: The allotted seat number is mentioned
  • Name of the candidate: Your name as entered in the registration/application form for MAH CET 2019
  • DOB: Your date of birth as you entered in the application form
  • Communication Address: The address as you entered in the application form
  • City & Venue for MAH CET: Name of the test city and test venue with address should be present
  • Date & Time of MAH CET: It should have the test date and time slot allotted to you to take MAH CET 2018 exam
  • Password: Your registered password will be mentioned here

Affix Recent Photograph on MAH CET 2019 Hall Ticket
You need to affix recent recognizable photograph on the Hall Ticket preferably the same as provided during registration. You must appear at the examination centre with the hardcopy of Hall Ticket.

 

Please remember no candidate will be admitted to examination hall without the Hall Ticket having the photograph affixed on it. You are therefore required to carry with you the hard copy of your hall ticket on the testing day at the test centre.

 

Key points to note about MAH CET 2019 Admit Card Download:

  • Intimation for downloading Hall Ticket will also be sent through email/SMS.
  • The MAH-MBA/MMS CET 2019 Admit card is a mandatory document and must be downloaded from the website as no hardcopy of the MHCET hall ticket 2019 will be sent to the candidates
  • MAH CET Call Letter download facility will close on March 10, 2019
  • At login page candidates need to enter MAH CET 2019 registration number/Roll number, password, Date of Birth (DOB) in DD-MM-YY format to download the MAH CET hall ticket 2019
  • If you are not able to download your MAH CET Hall ticket, retry after 5-10 minutes or retry during off-peak hours in the night when the rush on website is comparatively less.
  • It is better to refer to your application submission print out to verify the details. In case the incorrect date of birth is entered or it is entered in wrong format, it will be rejected and you will not be able to download your MAH CET call letter
  • If the screen displays failed login message, please check and verify your registration number and password which were received by you from DTE Maharashtra at the time of registration and try again. 
  • The hard copy of the MAH CET 2019 hall ticket has to be carried to the exam centre with a recent photo affixed on it, on the exam day.

 

MAH CET 2019 Call letter download available till exam day
MAH CET 2019 Hall Ticket will remain available for download till March 9 & 10, 2019, the exam days for MAH CET 2019. After this date you may not be able to download your admit card as the exam will be over.

 

Eligible Photo ID Proof
One original photo identity proof will be required to enter the MAH CET 2019 examination centre. Without the photo identity proof, you will not be allowed to enter the test venue.  The ID Proof should be one of the following:

  1. Voter Identity Card
  2. Passport
  3. PAN Card
  4. Driving License
  5. Student Identity Card
  6. Aadhaar Card

Verification of Identity at Test Centre
Please note that Ration Card is not valid ID proof for MAH CET 2019.  The candidate’s identity will be verified with respect to his/her details on the Hall Ticket, in the Attendance List and requisite documents submitted. If identity of the candidate is in doubt the candidate may not be allowed to appear for the Examination.

 

No mismatch allowed in Name
The name as appearing on the MAH CET 2019 Hall Ticket (provided during the process of registration) should reasonably match the name as appearing on the photo identity proof.

 

Female candidates who have changed first/last/middle name post marriage must take special note of this. If there is any mismatch between the name indicated in the MAH MBA CET Hall Ticket 2019 and Photo Identity Proof the candidate will not be allowed to appear for the examination.

 

In case of candidates who have changed their name, they will be allowed only if they produce original Gazette notification / their original marriage certificate/affidavit in original.

 

Adhere to reporting time as mentioned on MAH CET 2019 Hall Ticket
After the reporting time as specified on the MAH MBA CET Hall Ticket 2019 for Examination, the candidates according to the instructions issued by DTE Maharashtra, will not be permitted to take the examination.

 

The MAH CET 2019 reporting time mentioned on the Hall Ticket is prior to the Start time of the test. Though the duration of the examination is 2.5 hours (150 minutes), candidates may be required to be at the venue for about 4 hours including the time required for completion of various formalities such as verification and collection of various requisite documents, logging in, giving of instructions.

 

Candidates arriving late may not be permitted to appear for the MAH CET 2019 online examination and will also not be allowed to enter the examination hall after the commencement of Exam under any circumstances. Please therefore make sure that you make your journey plan accordingly to arrive at the MAH CET 2019 test venue one & a half hour (90 minutes) before the scheduled time of the exam as given in your hall ticket.

 

Prohibited Articles at MAH CET Test Centre
MAH CET 2019 is a computer based test. DTE Maharashtra has asked candidates not to bring any papers except the MAH CET Hall Ticket 2019, original photo ID proof and ball point pen to the test venue.

 

Following articles are not permitted at the MAH CET 2019 exam centre: Cellular Phone, Calculators, Watch-Calculators, alarm clocks, digital watches with built-in calculators/memory, scanner devices, Bluetooth enabled devices will not be allowed in the examination Hall.

 

Invigilator to sign on MAH CET 2019 Hall Ticket
There is a space for Invigilator’s signature on MAH CET 2019 hall ticket. The candidate has to ensure that the invigilator signs in the space provided.

 

Without the invigilator’s signature on MAH CET 2019 admit card, Candidate’s participation in Centralized Admission Process (CAP) may be put in jeopardy.

 

Keeping the MAH CET Hall Ticket 2019 safe through the admission process
The MAH MBA CET 2019 Hall ticket should not be thrown away or destroyed after the MAH CET 2019 exam is over. The MAH CET 2019 admit card with invigilator’s signature will be required throughout the entire admission process after declaration of MAH CET 2019 result.

 

The candidates will be required to submit the MAH CET 2019 Hall Ticket during CAP 2019 at the time of verification of documents and Confirmation of Application form for Admission at ARC, Reporting at the admitted institute.

 

MAH CET Hall ticket 2019 with invigilator’s signature in original is a very important document and should not be lost or damaged.  

 

Discrepancy Rectification in MAH CET Hall Ticket 2019
In case there is any error or mismatch in the details that were entered in the MAH CET 2019 application form and in the MAH CET 2019 hall ticket issued by DTE Maharashtra, it should be rectified by contacting DTE Maharashtra on mail or on their helpline numbers.

 

MAH CET Admit Card page not accessible; try after 15 minutes
In case one is unable to access the page to view the MAH CET 2019 Admit card or the process is delayed too much, it is advisable to try after 15-20 minutes or during off-peak hours during night.

 

DTE Maharashtra – contact details

STATE COMMON ENTRANCE TEST CELL
8th Floor, New Excelsior Building, A.K. Nayak Marg, Fort, Mumbai 400 001.
Enquiry Tel. No.+022-22016157/53/59

MAH CET 2019 Cut off

MAH CET 2019 cut offs may go high as the exam does not award any negative marking. MAH CET 2019 exam is expected to be held on March 9 & 10, 2019 and the MAH CET 2019 result is expected on March 18, 2019. MAH CET cut off 2019 will be used by more than 400 MBA colleges accepting MAH CET 2019 for MBA admission 2019. The admission application process based on MAH CET cutoff for MBA/PGDM 2019-21 will remain open till May 2019 last week. Many top MBA colleges like JBIMS, SIMSREE, K J Somaiya, N L Dalmiya, Welingkar among others will shortlist candidates for admission on the basis of MAH CET 2019 score cut offs.

 

Immediately after declaration of MAH MBA CET 2019 result, candidates begin looking for the top MBA colleges with respective cut offs. The Directorate of Technical Colleges (DTE) Maharashtra conducts Centralized Admission Process (CAP) from June first week to July 2nd week for MBA admission in Maharashtra. DTE-CAP is the counselling round and depending upon the MAH CET 2019 score card, the MAH CET 2019 cut offs for Maharashtra state and outside Maharashtra state candidates would be decided.

 

All the 400 MBA colleges in Maharashtra offering AICTE approved MBA/MMS/PGDM and participating in Centralized Admission Process (CAP) 2019 conducted by DTE Maharashtra for MBA admission will apply MAH CET 2019 exam score cut offs. MAH CET cut offs 2019 will be applied in MBA colleges in Maharashtra for the all India category candidates as well as for Maharashtra State candidates.

 

To help MBA aspirants, MBAUniverse.com has prepared a list of MBA colleges with their MAH CET 2019 Cut Offs. Click on the College Name to get more information and to apply online.

 

MBA colleges accepting MAH CET score: Cut Offs 90%ile and above

Name of MBA college
Cut off score range for Mah. State (HU)category
(All 4 slots)
Cut off score range for All India category
(All 4 slots)
Cut off percentile (Including MS & OMS category)
126-132
135-140
96-98
120-127
130-135
93-95
 
116-124
126-130
90-93
 
115-120
122-125
88-90
 
110-117
117-120
88-92
104-110
10-115
87-91
106-115
112-115
86-90
 
110-117
117-120
84-90
100-106
110-112
82-90

 

MBA colleges accepting MAH CET score: Cut Offs 70%ile and above

Name of MBA college under MAH CET
Cut off score range for Mah. State (HU)category
(All 4 slots)
Cut off score range for All India category
(All 4 slots)
Cut off percentile
 XIMR Mumbai
100-106
110-115
80-87
  80-90
  85-90
75-80
80-90
 85-90
75-80
Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of Management & Research (DYPIMR), Pimpri, Pune 
90-100
90-100
85-90
Rizvi Institute of Management Studies & Research (RIMSR), Mumbai
80-90
85-90
75-78
82-90
85-90
80-85

MAH CET 2019 exam centres are 49-50. DTE Maharashtra will announce the locations of MAH CET exam centres 2019 in the last week of January 2019. The expected MAH CET 2019 exam dates are March 9 & 10, 2019. DTE does not announce the venues of the MAH CET centres and the list of MAH CET MBA exam centres will consist of the cities for MAH CET 2019 MBA exam centres. The MAH CET Centres 2019 are located across the country although maximum number of MAH CET test centres are in the state of Maharashtra alone. 

 

Location of MAH CET 2019 Exam Centres
DTE will conduct MAH CET 2019 exam at 36 test centres in Maharashtra and in 12-13 cities in other parts of India. These MAH CET 2019 exam centres outside Maharashtra State are mostly the State capitals or prominent cities where more candidates prefer to take the MAH CET exam. The State wise list of MAH CET 2019 exam centres is shared below:

 

MAH -CET Centres 2019 in Maharashtra
Following are the MAH CET Test centres in Maharashtra state:

Ahmednagar
Akola
Amravati
Aurangabad
Beed
Bhandara
Buldhana
Chandrapur
Dhule
Gadchiroli
Gondia
Hingoli
Jalgaon
Jalna
Kolhapur
Latur
Mumbai
Mumbai Suburb
Nagpur
Nanded
Nandurbar
Nashik
Osmanabad
Palghar
Parbhani
Pune
Raigad
Ratnagiri
Sangli
Satara
Sindhudurga
Solapur
Thane
Wardha
Washim
Yavatmal

 

MAH CET Test Centres in Other States of India
Outside the Maharashtra State, following are the MAH CET 2019 Exam centres: 

Ahmedabad

Gandhinagar

Bangalore

Bhopal

Delhi/Delhi-NCR

Jaipur

Kolkata

Lucknow

Hyderabad

Panaji

Patna

Raipur

Ranchi

 

 

 

How to Choose & Get Your MAH CET Centre 2019
While the consolidated list of MAH CET 2019 exam centres will be available in the MAH CET 2019 information bulleting Pdf, the candidate can very well choose and get his/her preferred MAH CET 2019 exam centre at the time of filling up the MAH CET application form as under:

  • Choose three preferred MAH CET exam centres 2019 from the drop down menu while filling your MAH CET 2019 application form
  • Please be careful while filling up the preferred three MAH CET test centres as the choice of MAH CET centre cannot be changed, once finalized and submitted.
  • On the basis of your preference, DTE Maharashtra will allocate you the MAH CET exam centre 2019.
  • Although utmost efforts are taken to allot you the first preferred MAH CET Test Centre, in case of no availability of cancellation of the particular MAH CET MBA exam centre, you may be allotted the next preferred exam centre for MAH CET 2019 exam
  • You will come to know about your final MAH CET test centre only after downloading your MAH CET 2019 admit card which mentions all the details regarding the MAH CET test centre venue, address, reporting time, exam time among other key instructions.
  • Please ensure to reach the MAH CET exam centre one hour before the start of the exam  

5 Key Points to Note About MAH CET 2019 Exam Centres  

  1. The cities in which MAH-MBA/MMS CET 2019 will be conducted are designated as "Centre" for the CET
  2. Each MAH CET Test centre may have many "Venues" depending upon the number of candidates appearing in that city
  3. Although a candidate appearing for MAH CET 2019 shall give his/her preference for the centre, however the Competent Authority reserves the right to allocate the centre and venue
  4. No request for change of MAH CET Test centre/venue/date/session for Examination shall be entertained. Choice of centre once exercised by the candidate will be final.  
  5. DTE Maharashtra reserves the right to cancel any of the Examination Centres and/ or add some other Centres, at its discretion, depending upon the response, administrative feasibility

MAH CET 2019 Syllabus

MAH MBA CET 2019 Syllabus as released by DTE Maharashtra is broadly split into three sections although there are four sections in  the MAH CET 2019 question paper. The MAH CET syllabus topics are at par with the syllabus prescribed for other national and state level MBA entrance exams. DTE Maharashtra will conduct MAH CET 2019 exam on March 9 & 10, 2019 in multiple sessions in 47 test cities for MBA/MMS admission 2019 in more than 300 MBA colleges of Maharashtra State.  

 

MAH CET 2019 exam Syllabus is based on revamped and updated Syllabus of MAH MBA CET 2019 Exam as announced by DTE Maharashtra. Here is the updated MAH CET 2019 syllabus for all the 4 sections of Logical Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension. The MAH CET 2019 exam syllabus includes some forgotton topics which may appear again in MAH MBA CET exam this year. 

 

MAH MBA CET 2019 Syllabus: Sectional Composition
There are four sections in MAH CET 2019 exam. However, the effective sections are only three as the reasoning section is split into two parts - Logical Reasoning and Abstract Reasoning with 75 and 25 questions respectively. The online MAH CET 2019 exam syllabus is based on past topics and question pattern. All the questions in MAH CET 2019 are of MCQ type only. The key topics in syllabus for MAH CET 2019 as announced by DTE Maharashtra are as follows:

 

Section-1: Logical and Abstract Reasoning Syllabus: 100 Questions
The Logical Reasoning and Abstract Reasoning syllabus for both the sections in MAH CET exam is not separately defined by DTE Maharashtra. But the MAH CET 2019 syllabus on Logical Reasoning and Abstract Reasoning covers the most important part of MAH CET exam with highest weightage to this section. The MAH MBA CET 2019 Syllabus for Logical & Abstract Reasoning shall include questions to measure how quickly and accurately you can think. The section may have questions based on figures and diagrams and also on Verbal Reasoning.

 

Although MAH MBA CET 2019 syllabus for Reasoning section is not tough to cover, the MAH CET question paper has tricky questions in this area. Major topics covered in MAH CET 2019 syllabus on Logical and Abstract Reasoning are:

  • Fact Inference Judgment
  • Passage Conclusion
  • Analogy
  • Statement Argument among others
  • Figures Based questions
  • Diagrams based questions
  • Clocks
  • Calendars
  • Binary logic
  • Seating Arrangement
  • Blood Relations (Family Tree)
  • Logical Sequence
  • Assumption
  • Premise
  • Conclusion
  • Linear and matrix arrangement
  • Team Formation
  • Direction sense and Decision Making
  • Input-Output
  • Series
  • Syllogism
  • Cubes
  • Rows
  • Set Theory, Venn Diagrams, Network Diagrams
  • Quantitative Reasoning
  • Puzzles
  • Logical Reasoning based on Rankings
  • Critical Reasoning

Key Facts on Reasoning Syllabus in MAH CET 2019 
MAH CET 2019 entrance exam syllabus defines that questions in Reasoning section can be individual or can be in the set of 3-4 questions.

  • Weightage of Reasoning Syllabus questions in MAH CET 2019 exam: 50%
  • Weightage of Reasoning Section in MAH CET Percentile calculation: 50%
  • Total Reasoning questions in MAH CET 2019 syllabus for exam: 100
  • Questions on Logical Reasoning: 75
  • Questions on Abstract Reasoning: 25
  • Type of Questions: MCQs
  • Past trend of topics in MAH CET Reasoning Syllabus: Questions were based on Family Relation, Statements-Cause & Effect, Clocks & Calendars, Statement –Assumptions, Reasons, analogies, direction, series, Incorrect Terms.

MAH CET Reasoning Syllabus 2019: Type of Questions

 

Logical Reasoning Questions

Q.1.     In a certain code ‘A + B’ means “A is the mother of B” and ‘A – B’ means “A is the father of B”. Which of the following means “P is the grand-mother of R” ?

  1. P – Q + R                                 
  2. Q – R + P                    
  3. P + Q – R (4) Q + R – P                                            
  4. Other than those given as options

Q.2.     In question below are given two statementsfollowed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the two given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts, consider the two conclusions; together and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.

 

Statements Conclusions: I. All machines are windows. All windows are clouds.

I. All machines are clouds.

II. All clouds are machines.

  1. None follows  
  2. Only I follows 
  3. Both I & II follow 
  4. Only II follows 
  5. Either I or II follows

Q.3.     In a certain code language, ‘1, 2, 3’ means ‘bright little boy; ‘1, 4, 5’ means ‘tall big boy’ and ‘6, 3, 7’ means ‘beautiful little flower’. Which numeral in that language means ‘bright’?

  1. 1                     
  2. 6           
  3. 3           
  4. 4           
  5. Other than those given as options

Q.4-6.   Read the information given below and answer the questions.

Six plays A, B, C, D, E and F of a famous playwright are to be staged one on each day from Monday to Saturday. The schedule of the plays is to be in accordance with the following.

  1. A must be on the immediately previous day of the on which E is staged.
  2. C must not be staged on Tuesday.
  3. B must be on a day which immediately follows the day on which F isstaged.
  4. D must be staged on Friday only and should not be immediately preceded byB.
  5. E must not be staged on the last day of the schedule.

Q.4.    Which of the following is the schedule of plays, with the order of their staging from Monday ?

  1. E A B F D C                      
  2. A F B E D C                           
  3. A F B C D E
  4. F A B E D C                                
  5. Other than those given as options

Q.5.      Play C cannot definitely be staged on which of the following days in addition to Tuesday ?

  1. Monday         
  2. Wednesday         
  3. Thursday            
  4. Friday                   
  5. Saturday

Q.6.     Play D is between which of the following pairs of play’s ?

  1. (1) C and E              
  2. (2) E and F       
  3. (3) A and E         
  4. (4) B and E         
  5. (5) C and F

Abstract Reasoning Questions
These are the non-Verbal questions in MAH CET 2019. Their number is 25 questions in MCQ format. 

 

Figures given at the left are called Problem Figures. The figures given next are called Answer figures. The Problem Figures make a series. The question is “if the figures continue to change in the same order, what should the next figure be?

 

Q.1 

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Q.2

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Section-2: Quantitative Aptitude: 50 Questions
MAH CET exam syllabus 2019 for Quantitative Aptitude refers to the Mathematics topics on which MAH CET questions are based. The MAH MBA CET 2019 syllabus for Mathematics section is very wide and covers everything in Mathematics that you may or may not expect. MAH CET exam syllabus 2019 on Quant is based on questions on different topics on Arithmetic, Algebra, Modern Math, Geometry, Mensuration, Trignometry and the topics on data Interpretation among others

 

The topics and questions are selected to know how fast and accurate you can work with numbers, do numerical calculations, understand various arithmetic problems involving ratio & proportion, percentage etc. This test also helps to measure your power of quantitative reasoning, interpretation of tables, common graphs & charts.

 

MAH CET 2019 Syllabus on Quantitative Aptitude

 

1. Arithmetic 

  • LCM and HCF
  • Percentages
  • Profit and Loss
  • Interest (Simple and Compound)
  • Speed, Time and Distance; Time and Work; Averages; Ratio and Proportion and others
  • Number System (3-4) questions
  • Elementary Mathematics
  • Number System
  • Mixtures and Allegation
  • Unitary Method
  • Commercial Maths
  • Permutation and Combinations
  • Sequence And Series
  • Heights and Distance

2. Algebra topics

 

3. Geometry/Mensuration

  • Triangles
  • Circles
  • Coordinate Geometry

4. Pure Math

 

5. Other topics

  • Venn diagrams and other topic based questions
  • Linear Equations; Quadratic Equations
  • Complex Numbers
  • Logarithm; Progressions
  • Binomial Theorem
  • Surds and Indices
  • Inequalities
  • Set Theory
  • Mixtures and Alligations
  • Co-ordinate Geometry
  • Trigonometry
  • Linear Programming

6. Data Interpretation

  • Data Tables
  • Data charts
  • Bar diagrams & Charts including Simple, Stacked, Composite Bar charts
  • Pie charts
  • Graphs – Line X-Y Graphs
  • Data analysis and Data comparison among others
  • Caselet based Data
  • Venn diagram

Key Facts on Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus in MAH CET 2019 

  • Number of Questions: 50.
  • Sectional weightage in MAH CET Syllabus: 25%
  • Sectional Weightage in Percentile calculation: 25%
  • Type of Questions: MCQs
  • Past trend in MAH CET exam syllabus for Quant shows that there is More emphasis on Arithmetic with  number of questions going in the range of 20 to 25.
  • Questions were based on Interest, Percentages, Time and Work, Profit, Loss, Partnership.
  • Other questions were based on topics like Equations, Ratio, Proportion & Variation, Geometry & Mensuration, Permutation and Combinations, Probability among others

MAH CET Quant Syllabus 2019: Type of Questions

 

Q. 1-2 Directions: These questions are based on arithmetical computation, percentages, ratio proportion, problems of application of basic principles in arithmetic, algebra, mensuration and geometry. Some sample questions are given below:

 

Q.1.     If n is an odd integer, which of the following must be odd ? I. 2n + n        II. n + n + n  III. n x n x n

  1. I only      
  2. II only     
  3. III only   
  4. I and III only            
  5. I, II and III.

Q.2.     Manu walked from Pali to Roha and back. The distance between Pali and Roha is one km. His speed while going to Pali was 5 km. per hour and it was 4 km. while returning from Roha. What was Manu’s average speed in km. per hour for the entire two-way trip ?

  1. 5          
  2. 4            
  3. 4            
  4. 4          
  5. Other than those given as options

Q.3.-5. Directions : Given below is a table showing percentages out of a total of 700 employees ranking six attributes that help promotion. Rank I is the highest. Study the table carefully and answer questions that follow:

% of Employees Giving Different Ranks
Attribute
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
Seniority
32
17
22
19
5
5
Perseverance
14
19
17
9
27
14
Efficiency
15
19
21
14
14
17
Intelligence
10
14
10
14
17
35
Honesty
24
17
7
9
27
16
Sociability
5
14
23
35
10
13

Q.3.   Which attribute for promotion has received the highest rank ?

  1. Perseverance                           
  2. Seniority        
  3. Honesty        
  4. Sociability     
  5. Efficiency

Q.4.   How many employees gave rank III to intelligence?

  1. 119               
  2. 98                 
  3. 77                  
  4. 70                 
  5. 10

Q.5.     Which attribute is considered the least important for promotion?

  1. Honesty
  2. Intelligence   
  3. Perseverance
  4. Efficiency   
  5. Sociability

Section-3: Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension Syllabus: 50 Questions
MAH CET 2019 exam Syllabus for Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension section in MAH MBA CET 2019 is divided into 2 parts. The 1st part of MAH CET 2019 syllabus covers topics on Reading Comprehension passages and the 2nd part of MAH CET 2019 exam syllabus covers topics on Grammar & other parts of Verbal Ability.

 

The VARC Syllabus in MAH CET 2019 shall include the passages with questions based on their contents to test your comprehension. Your English language ability would be tested through questions on Grammar, vocabulary, sentence completion, synonyms, antonyms, comprehension of passages etc. Your English language ability would be tested through questions on (1) understanding of the contents of the passages and (2) choice of appropriate words, phrases, expressions and similar language skills.

 

Part-1: MAH CET 2019 Syllabus for Reading Comprehension (RC)

  • RC Syllabus covers current affairs making impact on Social Life, International Affairs, Govt policies and Schemes for example Triple Talaq, Clean India Mission, Migration of people from one country to other, Growing intolerance across the Globe, Agricultural policies, poverty eradication programmes 
  • Business & Economic RC Passages for example Global economic changes, economic development at the cost of environment, Impact of Demonetization in India, Wasteful expenditure by Governments make their presence more frequently.
  • RC passages from various English Literature books, from articles authored by great philosophers, thinkers, from various speeches of great personalities like passages from Charles Dickens, Aristotle, Martin Luther King, Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi, Churchill among others
  • Passages on Science & Culture including the journey to Modern world; Fading culture with the advancement of technology
  • Abstract topics and fiction are also included in the Reading Comprehension Syllabus for MAH CET. These Passages make the candidates put themselves in the author’s shoes before answering the questions following these passages since they are opinion based.
  • RC Passages on Historical events leading to social changes for example French Revolution, War of Roses, Social changes in Indian History and thoughts shared by  various activists which are very much relevant even today
  • RC Passages from Mythology. These passages try to correlate the Mythological events with the current social structure and answers to the questions on them have to be inferred 

Key Facts on RC Syllabus in MAH CET 2019
RC passage on any topic under the Sun can be placed in MAH CET exam.  

  • Number of Questions: 12-15
  • Sectional Weightage in MAH CET Syllabus: 7-8%
  • Type of passages in MAH CET Exam Syllabus on RC: Short passages of moderate difficulty level
  • Type of Questions: All of MCQ type with No penalty for wrong answers
  • Format of questions: Questions based on information in RC passage; Antonyms/synonyms of the words & phrases as used in the passage; In context of the passage –True/false statements; main idea of RC passage

Part-2: MAH CET Syllabus for Verbal Ability

  • Jumbled Paragraphs (5-6 questions)
  • Error Correction of Verb, Noun, Pronoun, Adjective, Adverb and other parts of speech in the Sentences.(3-4 questions)
  • Correcting the sequence of sentences and reconstructing the sentences. For example correct use of conditional sentence, time clauses, reported speech, passive writing (3-4 questions)
  • Antonyms/Synonyms, Vocabulary, One word substitution (14-15 questions)

Key Facts on Verbal Ability Syllabus in MAH CET 2019 

  • Number of Questions: 35-38
  • Weightage in MAH CET 2019 Syllabus: 17-18%
  • Type of Questions: All of MCQ type with no penalty for wrong answer

MAH CET Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension Syllabus 2019: Type of Questions
Q. 1-3 Directions: The passage below is followed by questions based on its contents. Read the passage, and choose the best answer on the basis of the passage content, stated or implied.

 

Passage

 

Adversity like that faced by the Swiss watchmakers has the virtue of starkly limiting the alternatives. A company that decides to expand by acquisition has the wide world of commerce before it, subject only to availability and price. The plethora of choices is one explanation of the many poor selections. The best decisions follow when the purpose is most clearly defined. At least the decision maker then knows exactly what he is trying to achieve and why.

 

The Swiss were trying to achieve survival - an aim so ‘transcendent’ that the “why” needn’t be asked. The only important question was “How,” and the only answer (which their Japanese rivals have always chosen as the most rewarding approach) is to probe for weakness of the opposition, and then to kick the Achilles heel with steel-tipped boots. In this instance, the weakness (to which Japanese business is strangely prone) was lack of modern fashion sense. The electronic timepieces were being sold as wrist machinery; that gave Swiss Company its opportunity.

 

Q. 1 In the context of the passage which of the following is closest in meaning to the word “plethora” as given in bold.

  1. Paucity
  2. Nature 
  3. Quanlity
  4. Excess
  5. Other than those given as options

Q. 2 Which of the following was true in the case of business difficulties of the Swiss watch makers as per the passage ?

  1. The Swiss watch maker had virtually no limitation of available choices for taking decision in the instant case of difficulties.
  2. A large number of available alternatives would have probably made the Swiss Watch makers’ decision making process better.
  3. The limited number of available choices in the instant situation made the Swiss Watch makers’ decision making process easier.
  4. The Swiss watch makers lacked clarity about the objective to be achieved.
  5. Other than those given as options

Q.3.  Which of the following holds good in the case of Swiss or Japanese watch making companies ?

  1. Japanese watch making companies had rewarding experience in regard to wristwatches because of their modern fashion sense.
  2. In the past, Swiss watch companies were always probing for the weakness of their rival Japanese companies to succeed in competition.
  3. The Japanese watch companies were having tough time from their strong Swiss rivals.
  4. The solution to the problem of Swiss Companies was in the weakness of Japanese companies lacking in modern fashion for wristwatches.
  5. Other than those given as options

Q.4. The following sentence is broken into 4 parts. Find out if any of the part has an error, and the number of that part is your answer. If no part has an error, your answer is ‘No error’. (Please, do no look for an error in punctuation).

  1. Dara, being an excellent football player,
  2. Received a fabulous offer
  3. To join the popular football club
  4. Of the football-fan country, Italy.                                                        
  5. No error

Q.5-6. Directions: In the questions given below, either a part or the entire sentence is printed in bold. The sentence is followed by five ways of writing the bold part. Answer choice (1) repeats the original or there is no change; the other answer choices vary. If you think that the original phrasing is the best i.e. no change is required; choose (1) as your answer. If you think that any other answer choice is the best, select that as your answer and indicate it on your answersheet properly.

 

Q.5. After having finished the lecture, the speaker asked if there were any questions.

  1. No change                                
  2. Finishing the lecture       
  3. Having finished the lecture
  4. When the lecture finished
  5. Having been finished the lecture

Q.6. My train was detained for one hour at Waltair, which made me miss my connectingtrain.

  1. No change
  2. My train was detained for one hour at Waltair, making memiss
  3. My train was detained for one hour at Waltair, because of which I missed
  4. Because my train was detained for one hour at Waltair, Imissed
  5. Because my train was detained for one hour at Waltair, it made memiss.

MAH MBA CET 2019 Syllabus: Announced by DTE
Below is given the revised overall syllabus for MAH CET 2019 as announced by DTE Maharashtra. The MAH CET 2019 syllabus as notified by DTE Maharashtra gives a glimpse of MAH MBA CET 2019 syllabus sectional area but does not cover the syllabus topics in detail.

MAH CET 2019 Exam Analysis

MAH CET 2019 analysis will be published by MBAUniverse.com immediately after the MAH CET MBA/MMS 2019 exam is over. MAH CET 2019 exam dates are March 9 & 10, 2019 and the exam will be conducted in 4 sessions in 2 days.

 

MAH CET 2019 exam analysis by MBAUniverse.com will consist of following areas:

  • MAH CET 2019 Exam pattern and key changes in the test
  • Difficulty level overall and sectional in MAH CET 2019 exam
  • Scoring and marking pattern for all the MAH CET 2019 test sessions
  • Expected cut offs for the MAH CET 2019
  • MAH CET 2019 analysis by T.I.M.E CL, IMS will also be published

MAH CET 2018 Analysis 

MAH CET 2018 final analysis: Verbal and Logical reasoning go easier than first day; expect higher cut offs
Curtains for MAH CET 2018 were drawn on March 11, 2018 at 4.30 PM after State CET Cell concluded the afternoon exam session for the 2nd consecutive day. The exam on last day in slot-3 and slot-4 of MAH CET 2018 was easier than on yesterday slot-1 and slot-2.

 

Verbal Ability and Logical Reasoning sections in last two slots were easier than yesterday. Quantitative Aptitude was a little more difficult than yesterday.

 

Surprise elements which appeared yesterday were not prominent on the last day. With slightly changed pattern of the exam this year, MAH CET 2018 on the last day will have higher cut offs as compared to first day.

 

MAH CET 2018: Post Result Activity till MBA Admission

MAH MBA CET 2018 result has been declared on March 19. It’s time to gear up for MBA admission in JBIMS, SIMSREE, K J Somaiya, PUMBA and other 300+ MBA colleges. In next two months beginning from March to June 2018, DTE will finalize all the activities regarding the MBA admission by conducting CAP and making seat allotment as under:

Activity details

Key dates*

Remarks

MAH CET 2018 result release

March 19, 2018

Scores go up, higher cut offs expected in JBIMS, SIMSREE

DTE CAP 2018 Notification

May 10, 2018

On DTE Maharashtra Website

CAP 2018 Registration starts

May 15, 2018

Fill up form online at DTE website with application fee

CAP 2018 Registration ends

June 2, 2018

Online at DTE Website

CAP document verification starts at FC

May 15, 2018

180+ Facilitation Centres across Maharashtra

CAP document verification ends at FC

June 2, 2018

Better to do it before last date

Display of Provisional Merit List for Admission

June 5, 2018

On website, at FCs

Last date to submit grievances at FCs

June 6 & 7, 2018

Submit by 5PM, if any

Display of final Merit list of candidates

June 11, 2018

Seat Allocation is done as per merit score. Separate merit list for Maharashtra and All India category candidates

Reporting for Admission

At ARC immediately after seat allotment

Candidates should report and confirm admission at Admission Reporting Centre (ARC) else admission will stand cancelled

*All dates tentative

 

Cut offs across the four slots

MAH CET 2018 cut offs for admission to MBA/MMS 2018-20 across the four slots in top MBA colleges in Maharashtra are to remain as follows:

 

All India Candidates

MAH CET 2018 cut offs in top MBA colleges in Mumbai and Pune for All India candidates are expected to remain as under:

 

Name of the college
Slot-1 cut offs
Slot-2 Cut offs
Slot-3 Cut offs
Slot-4 cut offs
JBIMS Mumbai
135
137
138
140
SIMSREE Mumbai
130
132
134
135
K J Somaiya, Mumbai
126
130
130
130
Welingkar (We School) Mumbai
122
124
125
125
SIES Mumbai
117
120
120
120
PUMBA Pune
117
120
120
120
N L Dalmia, Mumbai
112
115
118
115
Chetna, Mumbai
110
115
115
115
IESMCRC, Mumbai
110
112
112
112
XIMR, Mumbai
110
112
112
112

 

Maharashtra State Candidates

MAH CET 2018 cut offs in top MBA colleges in Mumbai and Pune for Maharashtra State candidates for un reserved category are expected to remain as under:

 

Name of the college
Slot-1 cut offs
Slot-2 Cut offs
Slot-3 Cut offs
Slot-4 cut offs
JBIMS Mumbai
126
130
138
132
SIMSREE Mumbai
120
125
134
127
K J Somaiya, Mumbai
116
122
130
124
Welingkar (We School) Mumbai
115
118
125
120
SIES Mumbai
110
115
120
117
PUMBA Pune
110
115
120
117
N L Dalmia, Mumbai
106
110
118
115
Chetna, Mumbai
104
106
115
110
IESMCRC, Mumbai
100
105
112
106
XIMR, Mumbai
100
105
112
106

 

MAH CET 2018 threw many surprises before the test takers on March 10 – the day 1 of the exam. There were many questions in Verbal Ability section which were new and not known how to solve by the test takers. Logical Reasoning section also had different type of questions with more questions on blood relations.

 

Surprise Elements in MAH CET 2018 exam
Following are the important changes in the exam which surprised the test takers:

  • No questions on close test passages
  • Question pattern on Para jumbles were changed. A combination of para completion and para jumble. The right place where the short para could be inserted had to be chosen. It was opposite to regular random para jumble
  • Questions on multiple statements placed in the exam
  • New type of Vocabulary questions introduced. A long word was written and the number of words had to be prepared with specific selected letters from the long word
  • Matching the pairs of vocabulary words
  • More questions on critical reasoning and syllogisms in Logical reasoning
  • Linear puzzles questions with Blood Relationship and many more such questions with blood relationship included in it
  • 3 sets of Data Interpretation in Quant section

Complete Analysis       
MAH CET 2018 exam on March 10 was on changed pattern and different type of questions in Verbal Ability, Logical Reasoning were placed in the exam. The test was marked with a lengthy and difficult Logical Reasoning but moderate Abstract Reasoning. Quantitative Aptitude section remained moderate, Verbal Ability was found difficult to solve. Overall exam difficulty level was similar to last year with expected cut off at JBIMS remaining around 135 to 140.

 

MAH CET 2018 exam in slot-1 and slot-2 began on time on March 10, 2018 at 10AM and 2PM respectively.  The test is conducted in multiple sessions by DTE Maharashtra in 2 days test window on March 10 & 11, 2018 across the country.  Session timings for both the days are from 10AM to 12.30PM and from 2PM to 4.30PM.  At some centres the test had interruptions due to minor technical glitches and computer systems were getting disrupted during the test duration. However, all the answers marked by the candidates were automatically saved which gave a sign of relief to the test takers.

 

Candidates gasping for more time
The MAH CET 2018 test paper which was held as online computer based test comprising 200 questions left test takers gasping for more time as with total allotted time of 150 minutes, less than one minute was available to solve a question. Candidates had to choose one of the 5 answer options which again demanded a little more time even after using any tip and trick to solve the question.

 

The only positive was that there was no negative marking and the candidates fighting against the shortage of time resorted to more guess work.

 

MAH CET: Exam conducted by IBPS
MAH CET 2018 is conducted by IBPS which is as per standard layout of IBPS tests. At a few test venues, some of the test takers faced difficulty of system-hang for a brief span, but it got rectified or the students were allotted alternative systems.

 

MAH CET 2018: Overall Exam Analysis

Total questions
200
Mode of exam
Online computer based test (CBT)
Medium of Test
English
Type of questions
Multiple choice type (MCQs)
Number of sections
4
Time available
2½ hours (150 minutes)
Sectional cut off
Applicable to determine percentile score
Scoring pattern
1 mark for each correct answer
Total marks
200
Negative marking
No
Answer options for each question
5

 

Positives of MAH CET 2018

  • No fear of negative marking encouraged test takers to solve 100% questions
  • It improved the chances of scoring more
  • Fixed number of questions with uniform scoring helped to keep balance among the four sections
  • Many questions were found on easier side which helped candidates to attempt them first and score high in uniform marking pattern
  • Logical & Abstract Reasoning with 100 questions commanded 50% weight in the exam. Questions in Abstract reasoning were found on easier side as reported by the test takers.
  • No technical glitches helped the candidates to concentrate more.

Negatives of MAH CET 2018

  • As per the scoring pattern in MAH CET 2018, the equi-percentile and calculation of equated scoring process based on difficulty level of the test, across the sections can place the low scorer at a higher percentile also.
  • Guess work, if gone correct by chance, higher score cannot be ruled out even for those who have not made so many good attempts.

Exam components and sectional difficulty level
MAH CET 2018 had 4 sections. The test of Reasoning contained 100 questions comprising Logical Reasoning & Abstract Reasoning sections separately.

S No
Section Name
Number of Questions
Mark Per Question
Total marks for the section
Difficulty level
1
Logical Reasoning
75
1
75
Difficult
2
Abstract Reasoning
25
1
25
Moderate
3
Quantitative Aptitude
50
1
50
Moderate
4
Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension
50
1
50
Difficult
 
Total marks for the test
 
 
200
 

Sectional Analysis
All the four sections in MAH CET 2018 are referred to as tests and not as sections. The detailed sectional analysis by experts for each of the four tests in MAH CET 2018 is as below:

 

Test of Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension

Total questions
50
Marks per question
 1
Answer options per question
 5
Total marks
50
Difficulty level
Moderate to difficult
Good attempts
32-34

Verbal Ability section MAH CET 2018 had a major change in the question pattern. The section consisted of questions based on errors in Grammar, contextual use of Vocabulary, English Language usage, Para completion, new type of para jumble, Synonyms Antonyms among other topics. 

 

Questions based on RC passages were doable although a few of them were difficult and very close ones. Questions on Verbal Ability also included Verbal reasoning and were moderate to difficult. Out of the 50 questions in this section, 12 were based on short Reading Comprehension passages while remaining others were on Verbal Ability and Verbal reasoning.

 

The section had mixed level of difficulty. Number of questions based on RC passages like spotting out correct contextual vocabulary usage, phrase, synonyms, antonyms were not difficult.

 

Test takers found it difficult and time consuming to solve the questions based on grammatical errors. Many candidates lost the track of the subject, predicate in the sentences formed with the grammatical errors and found them tricky enough.

 

Questions like completion of paragraph, choosing the correct sentence was another challenge for the students as the options were very close. The CAT like question in picking out the odd sentence out of the paragraph was not very difficult to solve.

 

Reading Comprehension passages were not very long and were doable. The questions based on both the RC passages could be attempted with a little concentrated reading of the passage. The questions based on RC passages had many vocabulary based questions which were not very difficult.

 

Picking out the errors in parts of sentences or choosing the ‘No error’ option, in some cases was also very difficult. There were questions followed by answer options to replace the bold part of the sentence with the correct answer. The sentences were based on use of tenses, grammar, pronouns, verbs, conditions etc.    

 

The overall types of questions that appeared in Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension section in MAH CET 2018 is:

Topics of questions
Number of questions
Difficulty level
Reading comprehension passages – 600 to 800 words
12
Moderate
Vocabulary (Synonyms, antonyms, contextual usage, formation of words with specific letters, matching the words)
15
Moderate
Faulty Construction sentences-rewriting
 5
Moderate to difficult
Mark the Error in sections
 4
Difficult
Para jumble, Para placement, completion, out of context
 8
Tricky
Sentence written in different ways
 6
Moderate to difficult

Important note on Verbal Ability Test
Questions on error corrections in sentences were similar to the ones as appear in various recruitment examinations of Banks, Insurance companies, Central and state Governments.  Sentences were divided in four sections and the error from one of the sections had to be spotted. If there was no error option 5 of ‘ No error’ had to be marked as answer.

 

Another type was that of re-writing the parts of sentences containing errors. The question sentence had one part marked in bold and the test taker had to figure out whether there is any error in that part of the sentence. 5 answer options followed the question. In case there was an error, candidate had to choose the right answer option and if it had no error, option 5 had to be marked.

 

The questions were formed on core grammar like Active passive; reported speech; conditionals; modifiers and picking out correct synonyms and antonyms. Apart from this, moderate questions on analogy also made their presence in Verbal Ability section.

There were questions to place the para to fill in the blanks in a paragraph. With simple and correct understanding of grammar and vocabulary usage, candidates could answer the same well.

 

The RC passages were short but were followed by number of questions including questions like synonyms, antonyms as used in the passage. The level of difficulty was moderate but the options were close and time was short.

 

Candidates who could get around 32-34 questions correct in this section, would improve their overall percentile to a good extent to get admission in one of the top MBA colleges

 

Test of Quantitative Aptitude

Total questions
50
Marks per question
 1
Answer options per question
 5
Total marks
50
Difficulty level
Moderate
Good Attempts
30-32

 

Apart from a few questions in Quantitative Aptitude section, the remaining were on the easier side. This section was moderate to difficult in terms of difficulty level. Questions in this section were doable but time consuming. Though many questions involved some tricks but aspirants with basic conceptual clarity were able to solve these questions. There were more questions on Arithmetic. A few questions from Algebra also made their appearance in the test.  Data Interpretation (DI) questions in this test were more calculation based but doable. 

 

Out of 50 questions in the Quant section, more than 20 questions were on Data Interpretation and the remaining were on Quantitative Aptitude. The DI questions were in three sets of problems.

 

Prominent topics on which DI questions were based are – Table, Pie chart, analytical data, caselets. All the sets needed concentration and were calculation intensive.

 

Major topics in Quant on which questions were based are: Number system, Arithmatic – constituting percentage, time, speed, distance, integers, Geometry, Algebra among others.

 

Type of Questions

Question topics
Number of questions
Difficulty level
Arithmetic (Percentage, P&L, TSD, ratio etc)
10
Moderate
Geometry
  2
Moderate to difficult
Modern Maths
  1
Moderate
Graph, Pie charts, Table, case lets (DI questions)
22
Moderate to difficult
Data sufficiency
  4
Moderate
Others including Algebra, odd man out
11
Moderate to difficult

 

Good attempt of 34-36 questions would lead to high score.

 

Test of Logical  Reasoning

Total questions
75
Marks per question
 1
Answer options per question
 5
Total marks
75
Difficulty level
Moderate to difficult
Good Attempts
42-44

There were 75 questions of varying type in the Logical Reasoning section. It had questions sets following the given data; questions on series, statements – inferences/conclusions, true false, coding-decoding among others.

 

Around 55 questions were there on Non-Verbal Reasoning and rest on Verbal Reasoning in MAH CET exam. Questions on various types of Arrangements, statements, letter rearrangements, family tree are the favourite areas in MAH CET exam. The questions were in sets as well as individual ones. The questions were lengthy in nature and needed more time to solve.

 

Sets in Logical Reasoning were difficult to solve. The candidates who marked the answer option and moved on were benefitted as they could solve more questions which were on moderate side.

 

Verbal Reasoning part in logical reasoning section has more questions on Critical Reasoning, Syllogism among others. The Syllogisms were overall moderate but time consuming across all the slots. Strong weak arguments, cause effect questions  also consumed some time of the test takers. These questions were not as difficult as the other questions  and were doable.

 

Type of questions

Question topics
Number of questions
Difficulty level
Arrangements-Linear, Matrix, Square etc.
28
Moderate to difficult
Statement-conclusion, inference, cause effect
  7
Moderate to difficult
Direction
  5
Moderate
Family tree-blood relationship
  5
Moderate
Syllogism
  6
Moderate to difficult
Critical reasoning
 15
Moderate
Assumption
  3
Moderate
Data sufficiency
  4
Moderate to difficult
Letter re-arrangements
  2
Moderate

A good attempt of 42-44 questions in Logical Reasoning would lead to a high percentile in MAH CET 2018.

 

Test of Abstract reasoning

Total questions
25
Marks per question
 1
Answer options per question
 5
Total marks
25
Difficulty level
Moderate
Good Attempts
18-20

Abstract Reasoning with 25 questions was a moderate test and candidates were found busy in maximising the attempts in this section. The difficulty level of this section was slightly higher than last year. Questions were formed on series, Analogy, puzzles among others were found doable. Most of the questions in Abstract Reasoning were similar to visual reasoning questions that appeared earlier in MAH CET exam.

 

Type of questions

Question topics

Number of questions

Difficulty level

Analogy

12

Moderate

Series

13

Moderate

 

A good attempt of 18-20 questions would lead to high percentile.

Overall score and cut offs: JBIMS, SIMSREE, KJ Somaiya, PUMBA
Difficulty level in MAH CET 2018 has gone up across the sections. Last year MAH CET was more difficult than a year before exam. In fact last 3 years of scoring pattern reflects sliding score for award of highest percentile

 

MAH CET exam year
Highest percentile
Overall raw score
Remarks
2017
99.99
145 - 136
11 candidates
2016
99.99
165 - 151
  9 candidates
2015
99.993
165 - 155
 3 candidates. Many questions were found wrong and the entire list was changed. The candidate with higher scores were awarded lower percentile.

 

Going by the trend, it can be observed that a good attempt of around 150 questions plus guess work would lead to a percentile of 99. If the slot you have appeared in, is considered more difficult, you may even get a higher percentile on low scores.

 

Expected Cut offs for JBIMS, SIMSREE, K J Somaiya
All India candidates can expect admission to top MBA colleges accepting MAH CET 2018 score like JBIMS, SIMSREE, K J Somaiya, PUMBA at a score of 130 and above as shared below

 

JBIMS Mumbai: 135 and above

SIMSREE: 130 and above

K J Somaiya: 125 and above

PUMBA: 120 and above

 

Many candidates were allotted centres other than they opted for at the time of completing their registration form. This fact was already clarified by State CET Cell, the MAH CET 2018 exam conducting authority, “If sufficient number of candidates does not opt for a particular centre for "Online" examination, Competent Authority reserves the right to allot any other adjunct centre to those candidates OR if the number of candidates is more than the capacity available for online exam for a centre, Competent Authority reserves the right to allot any other centre to the candidate.”

 

MAH CET 2018 witnessed around 20% less turnout in all slots of the MBA/MMS aspirants out of 90000 plus candidates vying for admission in JBIMS, SIMSREE, PUMBA, K J Somaiya, N L Dalmia among other top MBA colleges in Maharashtra. MAH CET 2018 was conducted in 40 test cities across the country.

 

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MAH CET 2018 exam Analysis reveals that it is a high scoring exam without any negative marking. MAH CET 2018 remains an online exam for admission to AICTE approved MBA/MMS/ PGDM courses 2018-20 batch in JBIMS, SIMSREE, PUMBA, K J Somaiya, Dy Patil, N L Dalmia, Welingkar among other 300+ MBA colleges across the state of Maharashtra. No structural and content based changes in MAH CET 2018 were announced by DTE Maharashtra.

 

Immediately after MAH CET 2018 exam is over on March 10 and 11, 2018, MBAUniverse.com will publish the MAH CET exam analysis with difficulty level and expected cut offs by experts.

 

Overall Analysis
Overall MAH CET 2018 exam remains on the same pattern as that of last year with a mix of easy and difficult questions. Following is a broad analysis of MAH CET 2018 exam

 

Mode of Examination: Online computer based test

Medium of exam: English

Total questions: 200

Total marks: 200

Time duration: 2½ hours (150 minutes)

Maximum Marks per right answer: 1

Negative marks for each wrong answer: 0 (No negative marking)

Type of questions: Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)

Number of sections: 4

Number of answer options for each MCQ: 5

 

Components and section-wise allotted marks

Name of Test section
Number of questions
Marks allotted
Logical Reasoning
 75
 75
Abstract Reasoning
 25
 25
Quantitative Aptitude
 50
 50
Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension
 50
 50
Total
200
200

There is no restriction on sectional movement in MAH CET 2018. Candidates can attempt any question at any point of time within the 150 minutes allotted for MAH CET exam.

 

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MAH CET 2017 was conducted on March 4 and March 5, 2017 in multiple sessions. The exam saw the candidates gasping for more time as the  Reasoning with 100 questions was found a bit lengthy and questions on Verbal Ability also consumed a little more time.

 

Out of 94000 plus registered candidates for MAH CET 2017, 88226 candidates appeared in the exam across 40 test cities in India. The first day of computer based on line MAH CET 2017 in revamped mode of sections with highest number of questions in reasoning test called for more time to solve the questions. Besides, more questions on short RC passages also needed more time to attempt the exam.

 

MAH CET 2017 began on time on March 4 and 5, 2017. The test was held in multiple sessions in 2 days test window on March 4 & 5, 2017 across the country.  At some centres the test had interruptions due to minor technical glitches and computer systems were getting disrupted during the test duration. However, all the answers marked by the candidates were automatically saved which gave a sign of relief to them.

 

There were certain questions in Verbal Ability area which were not mentioned in the sample paper shared by State CET Cell in its notification, although most of the questions were on the similar pattern and topics. MBAUniverse.com had already advised  the aspirants to prepare for such surprise elements.  Test takers found the test moderate although it had some difficult questions also. Most of the candidates were fresh after taking CAT/XAT/CMAT/MAT and had good preparation level, this helped them a lot in cracking the right answers.

 

Many students were found doing more guess work as there is no negative marking in MAH CET 2017.

 

Overall Exam

Total QuestionsNumber of sectionsTime availableSectional cut offsScoring patternTotal marksNegative markingAnswer options per question
2003150 Minutes (2½ hrs)Applicable in determining percentile score1 mark for each correct answer200No5

 

Exam pattern

MAH CET 2017 had 3 sections. The test of Reasoning contained 100 questions comprising Logical & Abstract Reasoning questions separately.

 

S NoSection NameNumber of QuestionsMark Per QuestionTotal marks for the section
1Logical Reasoning75175
2Abstract Reasoning25125
3Abstract Reasoning50150
4Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension50150
 Total marks for the test  200

 

Sectional Analysis with difficulty level

 

Test of Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension
Total QuestionsMarks per questionAnswer options per questionTotal marksDifficulty levelGood attempts
501550Moderate (Few questions in error corrections and out of context sentences were found a little difficult)32-34

 

 

Type of questions
Reading comprehension passages
Vocabulary
Faulty Construction sentences
Mark the Error in sections
Cloze Passages with blanks
Jumbled Paragraph
Sentence starters & joiners
Out of context sentences

 

In the changed pattern total questions in this section have been reduced to 50. Questions on error corrections in sentences were similar to the ones as appear in various recruitment examinations of Banks, Insurance companies, Central and state Governments.  Sentences were divided in four sections and the error from one of the sections had to be spotted. If there was no error option 5 of ‘ No error’ had to be marked as answer.

 

Another type was that of re-writing the parts of sentences containing errors. The question sentence had one part marked in bold and the test taker had to figure out whether there is any error in that part of the sentence. 5 answer options followed the question. In case there was an error, candidate had to choose the right answer option and if it had no error, option 5 had to be marked.

 

The questions were formed on core grammar like Active passive; reported speech; conditionals; modifiers and picking out correct synonyms and antonyms. Apart from this, moderate questions on analogy also made their presence in Verbal Ability section.

 

There were questions to fill in the blanks with appropriate words in a short paragraph. With simple and correct understanding of grammar and vocabulary usage, candidates could answer the same well.

 

The RC passages were short but were followed by number of questions including questions like synonyms, antonyms as used in the passage. The level of difficulty was moderate but the options were close and time was short.

 

Candidates who could get around 30-32 questions correct in this section, would improve their overall percentile to a good extent to get admission in one of the top MBA colleges

 

Test of Logical and Abstract Reasoning

Total QuestionsMarks per questionAnswer options per questionTotal marksDifficulty levelGood attempts
100 (75 on Logical Reasoning and 25 on Abstract Reasoning)15100Moderate to difficult (Section was lengthy and needed more time)60-66

 

 

 

Type of questions
Data sufficiency 
Sentence coding
Circular and linear arrangement
Inequalities
Syllogism 
Argument –Strengthen; weaken 
Critical reasoning
Assumption
Series
Analogy

 

Questions on Data sufficiency, arrangement needed more time to solve. It would be better that the candidates appearing in the exam tomorrow should solve them after attempting other questions from the section.

This section included Analytical Reasoning, Verbal and Non Verbal Reasoning. The first part was on Logical reasoning followed by second part on Abstract Reasoning. There were 75 questions of varying type in the first part while the second part on Abstract Reasoning contained 25 questions.

The first part had questions set following the given data; questions on series, statements, true false among others. Second part had questions like formation of words in a coded language and the candidates were required to find out the correct code for the given word.  Questions on series, arrangements, puzzles were although not very difficult but consumed a lot of time. A good number of questions on Visual reasoning also appeared in the exam. Both types of reasoning taken together, constituted 100 questions out of total 200 questions. 

 

Test of Quantitative Aptitude

Total QuestionsMarks per questionAnswer options per questionTotal marksDifficulty levelGood attempts
501550Moderate (Few questions on Modern Maths were difficult)30-34

 

Type of Questions
Arithmetic 
Geometry
Modern Maths
Graph, Pie charts
Data sufficiency
Caselets
Comparison, Odd man out 

 

Apart from 1-2 questions in QA, the remaining were on the easier side. This section was moderate to difficult in terms of difficulty level. Questions in this section were doable but time consuming. Though many questions involved some tricks but aspirants with basic conceptual clarity were able to solve these questions. There were more questions on Arithmetic. A few questions from Algebra also made their appearance in the test.  The DI questions in this test were more calculation based and time consuming. 

 

Tips for MAH CET 2018

  • Begin from easy to difficult question right from the first test section
  • Don’t scan entire test paper and avoid wastage of time
  • Maximize attempts
  • Focus on strong areas first and only after that go for guess work
  • Balance your attempts in all the sections
  • Reasoning has maximum questions and if you have good command on it finish it in first 60 minutes
  • RC passages are short and easy. They are followed by more questions. Better to get maximum out of them
  • Quant is good scoring test. Make sure to hit the maximum in it.
  • Time is short; manage it and don’t stick to one question. If found difficult, move on to next question

 

Cut offs for JBIMS, SIMSREE, K J Somaiya

All India candidates can expect admission to top  MBA colleges accepting MAH CET scores like JBIMS, SIMSREE, K J Somaiya, PUMBA at a score of 130 and above as shared below

JBIMS MumbaiSIMSREEK J SomaiyaPUMBA
130 and above120 and above

110 and above

100 and above

MAH CET 2019 Final Merit List

After completion of the MAH CET 2019 CAP round document verification process, DTE Maharashtra will display the provisional Merit List for MBA 2019 admission. The display of final Merit List MBA 2019 is scheduled after submission of grievances in the first week of July 2019.

 

The document verification at FCs for MAH CET CAP round which starts in June 2019 first week will end in last week of June 2019. The CAP rounds are conducted with the provision to make seat allotments in MBA colleges in Maharashtra after conduct of three MAH CET 2019 CAP Rounds.

 

How to Check Your MAH CET 2019 Merit List Position
You can check your position in provisional Merit List MBA 2019 released by DTE in the last week of June 29, 2018. You are required to login with your registered Email ID and Date of Birth for MAH MBA CET 2019, if you appeared in the MAH CET. If you have applied only to participate in MAH CET 2019 CAP Round, you should use your Registered Email for MH CET CAP Round and the date of Birth:

 

How to Check Your MAH CET 2019 Merit List Position

MAH CET Final Merit List
After release of provisional Merit List MBA 2019, MAH CET final Merit List will be displayed in the first week of July 2019. The DTE final Merit List is released after the last date of grievance submission It is the final MBA Merit List for all the three MH CET CAP Rounds 2019 

 

Post this MH CET final merit list, the DTE will release the institute wise seat allotment lists for each MH CET CAP round, taken out of the already published final merit list.

 

Past Trends in MAH CET Merit List Generation

MH CET CAP Round 2018: Merit Lists MBA 2018 and Seat Allotment Lists – Key Dates 
Following are the important dates for display of Merit List MBA 2018 and Seat Allotment Lists after three rounds of MAH CET CAP Round 2018, the document verification for which was completed on June 28. Additional MAH CET CAP Round 2018 is expected in case candidates do not report for admission at ARCs by the DTE specified dates for each CAP round:

Activity
Start Date
End date
Display of the provisional merit list MBA 2018
for Maharashtra State/All India/J & K Migrant candidates on DTE website.
June 29, 2018
July 1, 2018
Submission of grievance, if any, on provisional merit list MBA 2018. Applicable for all type of Candidates at FC
June 30, 2018
July 1, 2018 upto 5PM
Display of final merit lists of Maharashtra State/All India/J & K Migrant candidates on DTE website.
July 2, 2018
Till Seat Allotment
CAP Round-1: Display of Provisional Category wise Seats (Seat Matrix) for CAP Round I
July 2, 2018
July 8, 2018
Online Submission & Confirmation of Option Form of CAP Round-I through candidate's Login by the Candidate.
July 3, 2018
July 4, 2018
Display of Provisional MBA/MMS College Allotment of CAP Round-I
July 5, 2018
July 8, 2018
Reporting to the Admission Reporting Centre (ARC) as per Allotment of CAP Round I
July 6, 2018
July 8, 2018
CAP Round-II: Display of Provisional MBA/MMS/PGDM Vacant Seats for CAP Round-II
July 9, 2018
July 9, 2018
Online Submission & Confirmation of Option Form of CAP Round-II through candidate's Login by the Candidate.
July 10, 2018
July 12, 2018
Display of Provisional Allotment of CAP Round-II
July 13, 2018
July 16, 2018
Reporting to the ARC as per Allotment of CAP Round II if seat is allotted for first time in CAP Round II.
July 14, 2018
July 16, 2018
CAP Round-III: Display of Provisional Vacant Seats for CAP Round-III
July 17, 2018
July 20, 2018
Online Submission & Confirmation of Option Form of CAP Round-III through candidate's Login by the Candidate.
July 18, 2018
July 20, 2018
Display of provisional Allotment of CAP Round-III
July 21, 2018
July 24, 2018
Reporting to the ARC as per Allotment of CAP Round III if seat is allotted for first time in CAP Round III
July 22, 2018
July 24, 2018

 

MH CET CAP Round 2018: Key Dates to Finalize MBA/MMS Admission 2018-20
DTE Maharashtra has announced following dates and time lines to finalise your admission by reporting to allotted MBA college and making payment of requisite MBA Fee after each DTE MBA CAP Round 2018:

Reporting to the Allotted Institute and Confirmation of Admission by submitting required documents and payment of fees on Seat Allotment after each CAP Round
Start Date
Last date
Candidates who have been allotted the seat as per first preference in CAP Round I or freezed their allotment in CAP Round I and reported to ARC.
July 6, 2018
July 26, 2018
Candidates who have been allotted the seat as per first preference in CAP Round II or freezed their allotment in CAP Round II and reported to ARC.
July 14, 2018
July 26, 2018
Candidates who have been allotted the seat in CAP Round III and reported to ARC.
July 22, 2018
July 26, 2018

 

DTE Additional MAH CET 2018 CAP Round: Important dates
DTE Maharashtra may conduct additional CAP round for MBA/MMS admission 2018-20 batch. The key dates for additional CAP round 2018 are:

Activity
Start date
End Date
Display of Vacant Seats for additional CAP round for Government/ Govt. Aided Institutes / University Department only.
July 30, 2018
August 2, 2018
Online Submission & Confirmation of Option Form for additional Round for Government/Govt. Aided Institutes only through candidates Login by himself/herself
July 31, 2018
August 2, 2018
Display of Provisional Allotment for Additional Round for Government/Govt. Aided Institutes only.
August 3, 2018
August 6, 2018
Reporting to the Allotted Institute and Confirmation of Admission
August 4, 2018
August 6, 2018
Commencement of academic activities for All institutes
August 1, 2018
--
Cut-off Date for all type of admissions for the Academic Year 2018-19.
August, 14, 2018
--

 

Important Points to Note

 

Merit List MBA 2018: Not the Seat Allotment List
The display of provisional Merit List MBA 2018 or the final Merit list MBA 2018 after completion of MAH CET counselling 2018 for admission to MBA/MMS courses in JBIMS, SIMSREE, PUMBA, K J Somaiya, Welingkar, DSIMS and 400 other MBA colleges in Maharashtra is not the MBA seat allotment list for any of the MBA colleges with MAH MBA CET 2018.

 

The candidates who have participated MH CET CAP Round conducted by DTE Maharashtra should not confuse the Merit List MBA 2018 released by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra on June 29 or July 2, 2018 as the MBA/MMS seat allotment list for the Mumbai University, Pune University, Amravati University or any other University in the Maharashtra state or the affiliated MBA colleges.

 

Expect Additional MAH CET 2018 CAP Rounds
DTE Maharashtra conducted MAH MBA CET 2018 on March 10 & 11, 2018 and declared the MH CET 2018 Result on March 19. The MAH CET 2018 CAP round is a centralized admission process conducted by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Govt of Maharashtra. DTE announced to conduct three MAH CET 2018 CAP rounds, but as fewer candidates had registered and reported at the FCs during MAH CET 2018 CAP Round, especially the All India candidates, it is expected that there would be more round of CAP 2018. This is evident by the fact that DTE MBA CAP Round 2018 last date to apply was extended from June 21 to June 28, 2018.

 

Release of Seat Matrix for Each MH CET 2018 CAP Round
DTE Maharashtra will release the seat matrix for each CAP Round after Seat allotment. All India candidates can also expect to be accommodated to Maharashtra State category seats in some of the top MBA colleges.  

 

No MBA Admission after August 14
DTE Maharashtra has announced the cut off date for all category of MBA/MMS admission 2018-20 batch as August, 14, 2018. Accordingly, beyond this date no admission may be available.

 

MAH CET 2019 Answer Key

MAH CET 2019 Answer keys on the lines of other national level exams are expected to be released by DTE Maharashtra before declaration of MAH CET 2019 result in the 3rd week of March, 2019. Since, MAH CET 2019 is a two days, four session exam, it would be not be easy for DTE Maharashtra to release the MAH CET 2019 answer keys for MBA exam. Besides, DTE Maharashtra has not yet announced whether it would release the MAH CET Answer Key 2019 Pdf wherefrom you could download MAH CET exam response keys 2019.

 

 5 Facts About MAH CET Answer Keys 2019

  1. MAH CET 2019 answer keys can be released by DTE Maharashtra only
  2. MAH CET Question Paper with Answer Key Pdf will be released for the first time as the answer keys for many computer based MBA entrance exams like CAT are also released now
  3. MAH CET answer key 2019 will contain correct answers to questions asked from different sections
  4. MAH CET 2019 answer key for MBA will be available online if it is released
  5. MAH CET answer key will enable the test takers to check & verify their MAH CET 2019 answers and thereby arrive at their expected MAH CET 2019 score to explore chances for admission 2019 in JBIMS, SIMSREE, PUMBA, K J Somaiya among others

How to download MAH CET 2019 Answer Keys
MAH CET 2019 answer keys, if released by DTE on its official MAH-MBA CET 2019 website would be available for download in three steps:

  • Step-1: Open MAH CET 2019 website and click on the icon – MAH CET 2019 Answer key
  • Step-2: Use MAH CET Login ID to download the MAH CET 2019 answer keys PDF file
  • Step-3: MAH CET 2019 Answer keys download is complete, check how you have performed in the exam to determine your score

MAH CET 2019 Answer Keys: Know the Scoring Pattern
MAH CET 2019 will have questions related to Logical Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension.

Section Name
Number of questions
Max. Marks for each Question
Total Maximum marks for the section
Logical Reasoning
75
1
75
Abstract Reasoning
25
1
25
Quantitative Aptitude
50
1
50
Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension
50
1
50
Total marks for the test
 
 
200

MAH CET 2019 Result will be declared on March 31, 2019 by DTE Maharashtra. The MAH MBA CET 2019 Result will open admission opportunity in JBIMS, PUMBA, SIMSREE and more than 300+ MBA colleges in Maharashtra for the MBA/MMS batch 2019-21. DTE has announced the MAH CET 2019 exam result date as March 31, 2019. Going by the past trends it can be expected that DTE Maharashtra may declare the MAH CET 2019 result before the announced result date.

MAH CET 2019 Exam for admission to MBA/MMS 2019 is to be held on March 9 and 10, 2019 in 4 slots across the 47 test cities in India. No candidate in MAH CET scores 100 percentile although many candidates score 99.99 percentile in the score range of 150 to 165.

For the last many years, there has not been any candidate who has scored 100 percentile in MAH CET exam result. Accordingly, MAH CET result surprises sometimes and there are many deviations in the scores year after year. The highest percentile of 99.99 is sometimes awarded to a candidate scoring 165 marks, sometimes this percentile is awarded to a candidate with a score as low as 145 marks.

How to download MAH CET 2019 Score Card
There is a small icon of MAH-MBA/MMS CET 2019 result. You should click on it and the following window will appear before you. MAH-MBA/ MMS-CET 2019 marks have been displayed in terms of percentile on the scorecard of MAHMBA/MMS-CET 2019 Result.

To view your MAH CET 2019 score card, you have to enter your registration/roll number or seat number:

mah cet 2019 result

5 Things to Do Before MAH CET 2019 Result Declaration
You should immediately view and download the MAH CET 2019 result when it is released. It is very much possible that after an hour so from the result declaration time, the DTE website may not cope with the heavy rush of aspirants and may crash as thousands of the MAH CET test takers will simultaneously log on to the website.

MBAUniverse.com will release the MAH CET 2019 Result analysis immediately after the result is out. Please note the following 5 key points which should be followed before result declaration:

  • Be ready for the Result declaration much before 5 PM on March 31. DTE Maharashtra this year has not declared the result time but traditionally it announces the result around 5PM. Another fact is that DTE is in the habit of announcing the MAH CET result before the scheduled time.
  • Keep your system in good working condition, check the browser and internet connectivity
  • Log on intermittently to check whether the site is working and watch for notifications on the website, if any. The result will be out in the CET 2019 section at MAH-MBA/MMS CET 2019 icon. You should click on it to get the details.
  • Open the DTE Maharashtra website 2 hours before the Result declaration time, Keep your MAH CET 2019 Login ID and password ready with you
  • Immediately on seeing that MAH CET 2019 result icon/button appears on MAH-MBA/MMS CET 2019, view and down load your result before doing any other activity. It is anticipated that the site may become inaccessible for a few hours after declaration of the result due to heavy rush.

MAH CET 2019: Post Result Activity till MBA Admission
MAH MBA CET 2019 result declaration is followed by MBA/MMS admission activity in JBIMS, SIMSREE, K J Somaiya, PUMBA and other 300+ MBA colleges. In next two months from the date of MAH CET 2019 Result declaration on March 31, 2019, DTE will finalize all the activities regarding the MBA admission by conducting CAP and making seat allotment as under:

Activity details
Key dates
Remarks
MAH CET 2019 Result Out
March 31, 2019
Result with merit list and Scores. Score card download starts on March 31 from DTE website
DTE CAP 2019 Notification
May 15, 2019
On DTE Maharashtra Website
CAP 2019 Registration starts
May 18, 2019
Fill up form online at DTE website with application fee
Last date for CAP 2019 Registration
June 2, 2019
Online at DTE Website
CAP document verification starts at FC
May 18, 2019
180+ Facilitation Centres across Maharashtra
Last date for CAP document verification ends at FC
June 2, 2019
Better to do it before last date
Display of Provisional Merit List for Admission
June 5, 2019
On website, at FCs
Last date to submit grievances at FCs
June 6 & 7, 2019
Submit by 5PM, if any
Display of final Merit list of candidates
June 11, 2019
Seat Allocation is done as per merit score. Separate merit list for Maharashtra and All India category candidates
Reporting for Admission
At ARC immediately after seat allotment
Candidates should report and confirm admission at Admission Reporting Centre (ARC) else admission will stand cancelled

Expected cut offs at top MBA colleges
The expected Cut offs in JBIMS, SIMSREE, K J Somaiya, PUMBA among other top MBA colleges are:

Name of MBA college
Cut off score range for Mah. State (HU)category
(All 4 slots)
Cut off score range for All India category
(All 4 slots)
Fee (Rs.in lakhs)
Cut off percentile (Including MS & OMS category)
Average Placement
126-132
135-140
6.00
96-98
18.91
120-127
130-135
1.36
93-95
 
10.06
116-124
126-130
1.60
90-93
 
 9.19
115-120
122-125
1.60
88-90
 
8.00
110-117
117-120
1.36
88-92
5.94
104-110
10-115
1.67
87-91
5.30
106-115
112-115
1.60
86-90
5.82
110-117
117-120
4.00
84-90
6.80
100-106
110-112
1.60
82-90
6.00

MBA colleges accepting MAH CET score: Cut Offs 70%ile and above

Name of MBA college under MAH CET
Cut off score range for Mah. State (HU)category
(All 4 slots)
Cut off score range for All India category
(All 4 slots)
Fee (Rs.in lakhs)
Cut off percentile
Average Placement (Rs. in lakhs)
 XIMR Mumbai
100-106
110-115
4.70
80-87
 6.00
  80-90
  85-90
3.77
75-80
 4.13
80-90
 85-90
7.80
75-80
3.50
Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of Management & Research (DYPIMR), Pimpri, Pune 
90-100
90-100
2.06
85-90
 3.44
Rizvi Institute of Management Studies & Research (RIMSR), Mumbai
80-90
85-90
1.36 (Or as decided by ‘Shikshan Shulka Samiti’
75-78
4.00
82-90
85-90
1.36
80-85
4.50

Admission available in 300+​ MBA colleges
Apart from the top MBA colleges, all the 300+ MBA Colleges in Maharashtra will participate in DTE – CAP 2019. The registration for CAP 2019 will open around May 15, 2019 and the CAP round is to be conducted in the last week of May 2019

MAH CET Past Result Trends

Result 2018
MAH MBA CET Result was declared on 19/03/2018 at 5.00PM. Immediately after result declaration MAH CET website became inaccessible. It was advised to the candidates who were searching the DTE Site for MAH CET result, should log-in at Mozilla Firefox instead of using Google chrome as due to heavy rush the site was not accessible

Result 2017

MAH CET 2017 Result was declared on March 10, 2017. MAH CET result for admission to MBA/MMS had surprised thousands of candidates as the highest percentile of 99.99 in MAH CET was awarded this year to the score range of 136 to 145 marks as against 151 to 165 marks in 2016.  This had brightened admission chances to JBIMS and other top B-schools at low scores. On the top of it only 1 candidate had obtained the highest score of 145 marks.

DTE Maharashtra had declared the result of 88226 candidates who appeared in MAH CET exam in 2017 out of total 94,679 total registered candidates. While there were 88177 candidates who had scored non-zero positive marks, 49 test takers had scored zero marks and zero percentile in MAH CET exam.

S No
Name
MAH CET 2017 Score
MAH CET 2017 Percentile
1
TIGRAN DHUNJISHAW WADIA
145
99.99
2
RAHUL MANIK RODGE
140
99.99
3
SRIRAM KRISHNAN
139
99.99
4
RIA MEHTA
139
99.99
5
PATRICK DSOUZA
138
99.99
6
KHALID RASHID SYED
138
99.99
7
PRAVIN ABHIRAM SAHU
138
99.99
8
AAKASH THIRANI
137
99.99
9
TUSHAR NARAYAN DHANWANI
137
99.99
10
SHASHANK
136
99.99
11
MEDHA VINAY PANDIT
136
99.99

MAH CET 2017 Vs 2016 Result

MAH CET Result year
Highest Marks scored
Highest score range for award of highest percentile
Highest percentile awarded to the score range
2016
165
151 – 165
99.99
2017
145
136 – 145
99.99

No 100 percentiler in last many years

For the last 4 years, DTE Maharashtra had not awarded 100 percentile to any candidate. There was only 1 candidate who had scored highest 145 marks out of maximum 200 marks in MAH CET 2017 exam. In 2016, 99.99 percentile was awarded to the candidates who scored in the range of 151 to 165.

MAH CET 2019 DTE CAP Round

MAH CET DTE CAP Round Seats Matrix 2018 has been released by DTE Maharashtra. Before the final MBA/MMS 2018 seat allotment through DTE CAP round 2018,  the State CET Cell of Maharashtra has  released the provisional seat matrix for CAP 2018 for admission to  MBA/MMS 2018-20 batch in various colleges affiliated to different Universities in Maharashtra. Now the candidates have to submit & confirm online the Option Form of CAP Round through candidate’s Login by himself/herself through the admission portal. Only after the submission of this form the candidate can see whether he/she is allotted the seat in the display of  Seat Allotment of CAP Round.

 

Admission chances to MBA/MMS 2018-20 batch in 300+ Maharashtra B-schools are still open, whether you are an All India or Maharashtra state candidate. Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra has on July 2 displayed the final Merit List for CAP Rounds for Maharashtra State as well as for All India candidates. Thousands of vacant seats are expected to be available to be filled up in various Maharashtra B-schools

 

DTE Maharashtra has shared the schedule of display of Seat Allotment 2018, Online Option Form Submission, Confirmation and Acceptance of Seat at Admission Reporting Center(ARC) for the MBA/MMS seats in different CAP round 2018 and for additional CAP rounds as under:

Activity
Start Date
End date
Display of Seat Matrix for CAP Round I
July 2, 2018
July 8, 2018
Online Submission & Confirmation of Option Form of CAP Round-I
July 3, 2018
July 4, 2018
Display of Provisional MBA/MMS College Allotment of CAP Round-I
July 5, 2018
July 8, 2018
Reporting to the Admission Reporting Centre (ARC) as per Allotment of CAP Round I
July 6, 2018
July 8, 2018
Display of Provisional MBA/MMS/PGDM Vacant Seats for CAP Round-II
July 9, 2018
July 9, 2018
Online Submission & Confirmation of Option Form of CAP Round-II
July 10, 2018
July 12, 2018
Display of Provisional Allotment of CAP Round-II
July 13, 2018
July 16, 2018
Reporting to the ARC as per Allotment of CAP Round II if seat is allotted for first time in CAP Round II.
July 14, 2018
July 16, 2018
Display of Provisional Vacant Seats for CAP Round-III
July 17, 2018
July 20, 2018
Online Submission & Confirmation of Option Form of CAP Round-III
July 18, 2018
July 20, 2018
Display of provisional Allotment of CAP Round-III
July 21, 2018
July 24, 2018
Reporting to the ARC as per Allotment of CAP Round III if seat is allotted for first time in CAP Round III
July 22, 2018
July 24, 2018
Display of Vacant Seats for additional CAP round
July 30, 2018
August 2, 2018
Online Submission & Confirmation of Option Form for additional Round
July 31, 2018
August 2, 2018
Display of Provisional Allotment for Additional Round
August 3, 2018
August 6, 2018
Reporting to the Allotted Institute and Confirmation of Admission
August 4, 2018
August 6, 2018
Commencement of academic activities for All institutes
August 1, 2018
--
Cut-off Date for all type of admissions for the Academic Year 2018-19.
August, 14, 2018
--

 

The MBA seats are available almost in all the B-schools. If your name appeared in the Final Merit List published by the DTE for Online Submission & Confirmation of Option Form by candidates aspiring for admissions to MBA/MMS 2018-20 batch in the Government, Government Aided, University Managed Institutes, University Managed Departments and Unaided private professional educational institutes, you should check your option and grab the opportunity after reading carefully the Rules/Regulations & Information.

 

Important instructions for MBA/MMS admission seekers

  • The List of the institutes identified as Admission reporting Centers (ARC) is available on the website.
  • The candidate can report to any nearest ARC.
  • Once the candidate confirms his/her Option form online through his/her Login for the respective admission rounds, Candidate will not be allowed to change/cancel the option/preference submitted under any circumstances.
  • A Candidate who has been allotted a seat shall download the “Provisional Seat Allotment Letter”
  • The Seat Acceptance Fee is Rs. 5,000/- for Candidates of General Category, VJ/DT, NT, SBC/OBC Category and Rs. 1,000/- for SC, ST Category Candidates.
  • The candidate has to pay the Seat Acceptance Fee during first reporting only. This fee shall be transferred to the institution after deducting Rs. 1,000/- towards processing fee.
  • The Seat Acceptance fees is to be paid at ARC through ONLINE MODE only.
  • Allotted Seat will be cancelled if, at any time, any of the documents or certificates is found to be invalid or fraudulent and/or the Candidate does not meet the eligibility norms.
  • Candidates who want to reject the allocated seat can do so by not remitting the seat acceptance fee at the Reporting Centre in scheduled period
  • For cancellation of admission before reporting to the institution, the candidate shall apply to the Admission Reporting Center to which he has paid Seat Acceptance Fee
  • Candidate can avail the facilities for filling & confirmation of online option/preference form free of cost at Facilitation Centre (FC).
  • All ARC’s remain open on all days including holidays and Sundays for confirmation of admission during the schedule.

All India candidates: Admissions available against CAP Vacant Seats
Since not all the MBA admissions in Maharashtra B-schools may be finalised through CAP round, there would be many vacant seats in MBA colleges. DTE Maharashtra clarifies ‘The seats remaining vacant after offering admissions to the candidates through CAP due to non reporting and cancellation after CAP Round-III will be filled in by the managements of the respective institutes. Admission authorities of the respective institutes will have to process these admissions strictly as per the guidelines given in Annexure -III.

DTE CAP 2018: Seat Matrix Out - Check your Chances

Seat Matrix 2017-18

MAH CET 2017 CAP results are declared. The State CET Cell of Maharashtra has  released the available seat matrix for CAP round-1 for admission to  MBA/MMS 2017-19 batch in various colleges affiliated to different Universities in Maharashtra. Now the candidates have to submit & confirm online the Option Form of CAP Round-I through candidate’s Login by himself/herself through the admission portal. Only after the submission of this form the candidate can see whether he/she has been allotted the seat in the display of Provisional Allotment of CAP Round-I on June 23.

 

Summary of Category wise MBA/MMS Seats in Universities & affiliated colleges for CAP Round I: 

Dr. B. A. Marathwada University

Si: 2130

MS CAP: 1468

AI: 307

Minority Seats: 61

Institute Seats: 294

Category

OPEN

Reserved

SC

ST

VJ/DT

NTB

NTC

NTD

OBC

PH

Total

HU

459

511

131

72

32

27

36

18

195

68

1038

OH

221

209

52

30

15

9

16

10

77

0

430

State

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total

680

720

183

102

47

36

52

28

272

68

1468

 

 Gondwana University

Si: 600

MS CAP: 486

AI: 90

Minority Seats: 0

Institute Seats: 24

Category

OPEN

Reserved

SC

ST

VJ/DT

NTB

NTC

NTD

OBC

PH

Total

HU

119

135

35

19

8

7

10

5

51

15

269

OH

57

58

15

9

4

2

4

2

22

0

115

State

47

51

13

7

3

3

4

2

19

4

102

Total

223

244

63

35

15

12

18

9

92

19

486

 

 Mumbai University

Si: 7755

MS CAP: 3999

AI: 850

Minority Seats: 1547

Institute Seats: 1359

Category

OPEN

Reserved

SC

ST

VJ/DT

NTB

NTC

NTD

OBC

PH

Total

HU

1357

1047

273

146

63

52

72

42

399

240

2644

OH

661

433

113

59

24

24

28

18

167

0

1094

State

131

116

30

16

7

6

8

5

44

14

261

Total

2149

1596

416

221

94

82

108

65

610

254

3999

 

North Maharashtra University

Si: 780

MS CAP: 548

AI: 107

Minority Seats: 62

Institute Seats: 63

Category

OPEN

Reserved

SC

ST

VJ/DT

NTB

NTC

NTD

OBC

PH

Total

HU

186

178

47

25

10

9

13

7

67

26

390

OH

86

72

19

10

4

4

5

3

27

0

158

State

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total

272

250

66

35

14

13

18

10

94

26

548

 

Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University

Si: 3564

MS CAP: 2213

AI: 436

Minority Seats: 585

Institute Seats: 330

Category

OPEN

Reserved

SC

ST

VJ/DT

NTB

NTC

NTD

OBC

PH

Total

HU

755

592

155

82

35

30

41

23

226

103

1450

OH

358

246

64

35

15

12

18

8

94

0

604

State

89

58

15

7

4

3

4

3

22

12

159

Total

1202

896

234

124

54

45

63

34

342

115

2213

 

S. R. T. Marathwada University

Si: 540

MS CAP: 399

AI: 81

Minority Seats: 0

Institute Seats: 60

Category

OPEN

Reserved

SC

ST

VJ/DT

NTB

NTC

NTD

OBC

PH

Total

HU

128

146

39

20

9

7

10

6

55

18

292

OH

54

53

14

8

3

2

4

2

20

0

107

State

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total

182

199

53

28

12

9

14

8

75

18

399

 

Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University

Si: 540

MS CAP: 387

AI: 81

Minority Seats: 0

Institute Seats: 72

Category

OPEN

Reserved

SC

ST

VJ/DT

NTB

NTC

NTD

OBC

PH

Total

HU

120

139

36

20

8

7

9

6

53

18

277

OH

55

55

14

8

3

3

4

2

21

0

110

State

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total

175

194

50

28

11

10

13

8

74

18

387

 

Savitribai Phule Pune University

Si: 16233

MS CAP: 10843

AI: 2313

Minority Seats: 689

Institute Seats: 2388

Category

OPEN

Reserved

SC

ST

VJ/DT

NTB

NTC

NTD

OBC

PH

Total

HU

3410

3600

937

502

218

181

252

143

1367

517

7527

OH

1670

1529

398

215

90

77

107

58

584

0

3199

State

53

59

15

8

4

3

4

3

22

5

117

Total

5133

5188

1350

725

312

261

363

204

1973

522

10843

 

Shivaji University

Si: 2154

MS CAP: 1546

AI: 323

Minority Seats: 0

Institute Seats: 285

Category

OPEN

Reserved

SC

ST

VJ/DT

NTB

NTC

NTD

OBC

PH

Total

HU

372

427

111

60

26

21

30

17

162

54

853

OH

178

179

46

24

11

10

13

7

68

0

357

State

154

167

44

25

10

7

11

7

63

15

336

Total

704

773

201

109

47

38

54

31

293

69

1546

 

SNDT Women's University

Si: 60

MS CAP: 51

AI: 9

Minority Seats: 0

Institute Seats: 0

Category

OPEN

Reserved

SC

ST

VJ/DT

NTB

NTC

NTD

OBC

PH

Total

HU

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

OH

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

State

23

26

7

3

2

1

2

1

10

2

51

Total

23

26

7

3

2

1

2

1

10

2

51

 

Solapur University

Si: 300

MS CAP: 222

AI: 45

Minority Seats: 0

Institute Seats: 33

Category

OPEN

Reserved

SC

ST

VJ/DT

NTB

NTC

NTD

OBC

PH

Total

HU

66

81

21

10

6

4

6

4

30

10

157

OH

32

33

9

4

2

2

2

1

13

0

65

State

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total

98

114

30

14

8

6

8

5

43

10

222

DTE Maharashtra has released a list of 325 MBA/MMS colleges participating in DTE CAP 2018 and accepting MH CET 2018 exam score for MBA/MMS admission. The 325 top MMS colleges accepting MAH CET score have total intake of 34173 seats and offer MMS/MBA and PGDM programmes. The admission is offered through DTE CAP 2018. MMS is the 2 years full time MBA programme in MBA colleges in Maharashtra known as Master of Management Studies (MMS).  All the MAH CET participating institutes 2018 offer either MMS (JBIMS, SIMSREE etc.) in case it is autonomous, aided, private B-school, or if it is University department or University affiliated, the college will offer MBA programme for example PUMBA... See All List

 

However, all the MBA colleges accepting MAH CET and accepting MAH MBA CET Score will offer MBA/MMS programme which is regulated by Government of Maharashtra. Top MBA colleges under MAH CET run the low fee MBA/MMS programmes. The MBA fee in all these MAH CET accepting colleges is decided by the Government agency ‘Shikshan Shulka Samiti.’

 

All the MMS colleges under MAH CET 2018 and participating in DTE CAP 2018 will also accept CAT 2017 and CMAT 2018 score in admission 2018. MMS colleges admission and MMS seat allotment is done by DTE Maharashtra through the Centralized Admission process after MAH CET result is declared.

 

Top 10 MMS colleges under MAH CET include: JBIMS Mumbai; SIMSREE Mumbai; K J Somaiya Mumbai; Prince L N. Welingkar Mumbai; PUMBA – Pune University, Pune; Chetana's RK Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai; SIES Mumbai; N L Dalmiya Mumbai; IESMCRC Mumbai; XIMR Mumbai; VESIM, Mumbai among others.

 

Not only the top 10 MMS Colleges accepting MAH CET scores, but the other MMS Colleges under MAH CET are also governed by DTE Maharashtra rules for the admission on Government seats and in seat allocation. Apart from the DTE Maharashtra seat allocation for MMS programmes, there are hundreds of MMS colleges who offer admission at institute level seats also without any necessity to go through the DTE CAP round.

 

MMS Colleges offer AICTE approved MMS/MBA programmes of Mumbai University, Pune University and other universities in the State of Maharashtra. Many top MBA Colleges In India accepting Maharashtra CET Score like PUMBA offer UGC recognized MBA programme.

 

MAH CET 2018: Post Result Activity till MBA Admission
MAH MBA CET 2018 result was declared on March 19. The time to gear up for MBA admission in JBIMS, SIMSREE, K J Somaiya, PUMBA and other 300+ MBA colleges has already begun. DTE CAP 2018 which started on June 7, 2018 ends on June 28, 2018 as per the revised schedule announced by DTE Maharashtra for MBA admission. The fate of candidates exploring MBA admission through DTE CAP 2018 will be out in the final merit list on July 2, 2018. 

Activity details
Key dates*
Remarks
MAH CET 2018 result release
March 19, 2018
Scores go up, higher cut offs expected in JBIMS, SIMSREE
DTE CAP 2018 Notification
June 7, 2018
On DTE Maharashtra Website
CAP 2018 Registration starts
June7, 2018
Fill up form online at DTE website with application fee
CAP 2018 Registration ends (Revised Date)
June 28, 2018
5PM Online at DTE Website
CAP document verification starts at FC
June 7, 2018
At 244 Facilitation Centres (FCs) across Maharashtra
CAP document verification ends at FC
June 28, 2018
At 5PM. Better to do it before extended last date
Display of Provisional Merit List for Admission (Revised Date)
June 29, 2018
On website, at FCs
Last date to submit grievances at FCs (Revised Date)
June  30 & July 1, 2018
Submit by 5PM, if any
Display of final Merit list of candidates (Revised Date)
July 2, 2018
Seat Allocation is done as per merit score. Separate merit list for Maharashtra and All India category candidates
Reporting for Admission (Revised Date)
July 6, 2018 onwards
Candidates should report and confirm admission after the respective CAP round at Admission Reporting Centre (ARC) else admission will stand cancelled

*All dates tentative

 

Key facts about MMS Colleges accepting MAH CET 2018 score:

  1. Top MMS Colleges are governed by DTE Maharashtra
  2. Even private aided or unaided/minority MMS colleges have a good number of seats allocated by DTE Maharashtra through the centralized admission process
  3. As per the DTE Maharashtra notification Mumbai University MMS Colleges; Pune university MMS colleges or all other universities affiliated MMS colleges will accept only MAH CET 2018, CAT 2017 and CMAT 2018 score for the seats filled up through DTE Centralized Admission Process (CAP) 2018
  4. MMS Colleges can be autonomous like JBIMS; can be society run; University department; University affiliated; Government aided; Unaided private MMS College or Minority status MMS College accepting MAH CET as well as other exam scores.
  5. All the MMS colleges award Mumbai University, Pune University or other university degree in Maharashtra State.
  6. Many MMS colleges like N L Dalmiya, K J Somaiya, IESMCRC, under MAH CET also run AICTE approved PGDM programmes and accept CAT, XAT and other exam scores.
  7. MMS is low fee programme as MMS fee structure in the Colleges accepting MAH CET is regulated by ‘Shikshan Shulka Samiti’ of Government of Maharashtra for MMS programme.
  8. PGDM fee structure in MMS colleges under MAH CET is decided by the MBA college as per the AICTE guidelines
  9. JBIMS Mumbai offers MMS only and no PGDM.
  10. MMS fee at JBIMS has been recently hiked by 300% as the JBIMS enjoys autonomous status under Mumbai University.
  11. DTE Maharashtra prepares separate merit lists for All India and Maharashtra State candidates for MMS cut offs in MAH CET after CAP round.

MMS 2018-20 Admission Process through DTE CAP 2018
Following are the key steps which the candidates need to take for MMS 2018 admission:

  • Register and apply for MAH CET 2018 before February 14, 2018
  • Appear in online computer based MAH CET 2018 exam on March 10 or 11, 2018
  • After declaration of MAH MBA/MMS CET 2018 result on March 19, 2018 check his/her score
  • Wait for the DTE announcement about opening of CAP 2018 process for MMS admission 2018
  • Register and Pay for DTE CAP 2018 round to participate in Centralized Admission Process for seat allotment in JBIMS, SIMSREE, K J Somaiya and other preferred MMS colleges
  • It is not necessary to appear in MAH CET 2018 for MMS admission process even if you have registered and applied for MAH CET.
  • You can submit your CAT and CMAT score to DTE when CAP begins and the MMS admission can be explored on the basis of these exam scores.
  • After the document verification at ARC assigned by DTE Maharashtra, MMS college seat allotment will be made to Maharashtra state and All India candidates separately on the basis of calculation of their merit score. This score will be arrived at after giving due weightage to the written exam score, academic profile, achievements among other factors.

Key points to Remember…

  • MMS colleges offering AICTE approved PGDM will have higher fee structure for PGDM
  • Some of the top MBA/PGDM colleges – namely SPJIMR Mumbai, NMIMS Mumbai, IIM Indore (Navi Mumbai campus); IIT Bombay; NITIE Mumbai do not offer MMS programme nor they accept MAH CET score for admission to any of their MBA/PGDM programmes.
  • No CAP round for admission to AICTE approved, institute based PGDM programme will be conducted. Admission process will be finalized at the institute level.

Top MMS colleges accepting MAH CET: Fee, Cut offs, courses offered
MAH CET 2018 cut offs are applicable in 300+ MMS colleges accepting MAH CET 2018 score for MMS admission 2018. The MAH CET 2018 cut offs in top MMS colleges in India like JBIMS, SIMSREE, PUMBA, Dy Patil, K J Somaiya among others are based on last year MAH CET cut offs.

 

When you are searching for admission to MMS programme in Maharashtra MBA colleges please proceed keeping in mind following points:

  • MAH CET 2018 written exam gives you an opportunity to improve your scores, although you can explore admission to MMS programmes through DTE CAP 2018 with CAT 2017 and CMAT 2018 scores.
  • It is recommended to appear in MAH CET 2018. If you score low, your other exam scores will be considered in admission.
  • The private unaided, minority status MMS colleges in Maharashtra will also accept other exam scores for the institute level seats.

The top MMS colleges accepting MAH CET 2018 score, fee, other programmes, cut offs are shared below:

Name of MMS college under MAH CET
Programmes offered
Fee (Rs.in lakhs)
1.Score accepted in DTE CAP 2018 for MMS
2.Score accepted for PGDM & institute level seats  
Cut off percentile
MMS
6
MAH CET 2018, CAT 2017, CMAT 2018
98
1.MMS
2.PGDBM
1.36
1.36
1.MAH CET 2018, CAT 2017, CMAT 2018  
2. MAH CET 2018, CAT 2017, CMAT 2018
95 
92
1.MMS
2.PGDM
1.60
11.94
1.MAH CET 2018, CAT 2017, CMAT 2018
2. CAT 2017, XAT 2018, CMAT 2018
93
85
1.MMS
2.PGDM
1.60
11.00
1.MAH CET 2018, CAT 2017, CMAT 2018
2. CAT, XAT, CMAT, MAH CET, MAT, ATMA, GMAT
90
86
MBA
1.36
MAH CET 2018, CAT 2017, CMAT 2018
 
92
Chetana’s RK Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai
MMS
1.67
MAH CET 2018, CAT 2017, CMAT 2018
 
91
1.MMS
2.PGDM
1.60
5.19
1.MAH CET 2018, CAT 2017, CMAT 2018
2.CAT/XAT/CMAT/MHCET/MAT/ATMA
90
80
1.MMS
2.PGDM
4.00
7.20
1.MAH CET 2018, CAT 2017, CMAT 2018
 
2. CAT, XAT, CMAT, MAH CET, MAT, ATMA, GMAT  
90
80
1.MMS
2.PGDM
1.60
7.20
1.MAH CET 2018, CAT 2017, CMAT 2018
2. CAT, XAT, CMAT, MAH CET, MAT, ATMA, GMAT
90
80
XIMR Mumbai
MMS
4.70
MAH CET 2018, CAT 2017, CMAT 2018 (Seat allocation has 3 categories: CAP seats, minority seats, Institute level seats) 
80
1.MMS
2.PGDM
3.77
6.50
1.MAH CET 2018, CAT 2017, CMAT 2018
2. CAT, XAT, CMAT, MAH CET, MAT, ATMA, GMAT  
75
60
1.MMS
2.PGDM
3.50
7.80
1.MAH CET 2018, CAT 2017, CMAT 2018
2. CAT, XAT, CMAT, MAH CET, MAT, ATMA, GMAT
75
50
Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of Management & Research (DYPIMR), Pimpri, Pune 
MBA
2.06
MAH CET 2018, CAT 2017, CMAT 2018
85
Rizvi Institute of Management Studies & Research (RIMSR), Mumbai
MMS
1.36 (Or as decided by ‘Shikshan Shulka Samiti’
MAH CET 2018, CAT 2017, CMAT 2018 (Seat allocation has 3 categories: CAP seats, Muslim minority seats, Institute level seats)
75
1.MBA
2.PGDM
1.36
6.00
1.MAH CET 2018, CAT 2017, CMAT 2018
2. CAT, XAT, CMAT, MAH CET, MAT, ATMA, GMAT
80
60

Key points to Note

  1. It may be noted that the MMS colleges with multiple system of seat allocation apart from DTE CAP seats, for example- Institute level, minority and other seats may fill their institute level seats with other exam scores also with the directive from Government of Maharashtra. 
  2. For PGDM and other AICTE approved management programmes, the institutes are not bound to participate in DTE CAP and can conduct their own admission process and accept other exam scores, apart from MAH CET, CAT and CMAT.

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325 MBA colleges will accept MAH CET 2019 scores for MBA/MMS admission 2019. The MBA/MMS admission process 2019 for all these MBA colleges including JBIMS, SIMSREE, PUMBA, K J Somaiya, Dy Patil, N L Dalmia among others, will be conducted by DTE Maharashtra through Centralized Admission Process (CAP) 2019. The candidates who have appeared in MAH CET 2019 to get MBA admission 2019 in Maharashtra will be allocated MBA seat in the assigned college, participating in DTE CAP 2019 on the basis of MAH MBA CET 2019 score, past academic performance, quality of work experience and other achievements.

 

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The total MBA/MMS/PGDM seats in these MBA colleges through MAH CET 2019 are 35000+ for 2019-21 batch. The admission to these MBA colleges accepting MAH CET 2019 score is through DTE CAP 2019. After completion of all the CAP rounds in July 2019, some of the MBA colleges can offer admission at the institute level to All India candidates also as per the DTE guidelines. Accordingly, apart from the DTE CAP seats based on MAH CET 2019 scores and other National exam scores, these MBA colleges have institute level intake also. All the MAH MBA CET 2019 participating institutes offer either MMS (JBIMS, SIMSREE etc.) in case it is autonomous, aided, private B-school, or if it is University department or University affiliated, the college will offer MBA programme for example PUMBA. 

 

MAH CET 2019 exam Result is to be declared on March 31, 2019 by DTE Maharashtra. On the basis of MAH CET 2019 score trends for example whether low scores get higher percentile or vice-versa, the MAH CET 2019 score cut offs will be decided by DTE for top MBA colleges. The highest score in MAH CET has so far not gone beyond 165-170 out of 200 marks leading to 99.99 percentile.

 

List of MBA colleges Accepting MAH CET Score: Cut Offs
MBA aspirants are now searching for top MBA colleges under MAH CET 2019 with expected MAH CET 2019 score cut offs. This page contains information on MBA colleges accepting MAH CET score 2019 with expected cut offs, admission procedure, academic requirement. These MBA CET colleges under DTE Maharashtra will offer admission to more than 40000 candidates (Including institute level seats) to their various management programmes in all categories.

 

To help MBA aspirants searching for top MBA colleges accepting MAH CET 2019 score, MBAUniverse.com has prepared a list of colleges under MAH CET MBA with their MAH CET 2019 expected Cut Offs. Click on the College Name to get more information

 

Top MBA colleges accepting MAH CET 2019 score: Cut Offs for Maharashtra State & All India candidates

Name of MBA college 
Cut off score range for Mah. State category
Cut off score range for All India category
126-132
135-140
120-127
130-135
116-124
126-130
115-120
122-125
110-117
117-120
104-110
10-115
106-115
112-115
110-117
117-120
100-106
110-112

MBA colleges accepting MAH CET 2019 score: Cut Offs

Name of MBA college under MAH CET 2019
Cut off score range for Mah. State category 
Cut off score range for All India category (All 4 slots) 
XIMR Mumbai
100-106
110-115
  80-90
  85-90
  80-90
 85-90
Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of Management & Research (DYPIMR), Pimpri, Pune 
 90-100
90-100
Rizvi Institute of Management Studies & Research (RIMSR), Mumbai
 80-90
85-90
 82-90
85-90

MBA colleges under MAH CET 2019: Offering Direct Admission
While the admission to MAH MBA CET Colleges regulated by Government of Maharashtra is through Centralized Admission Process (CAP) conducted by DTE Maharashtra, the admission to other flagship PGDM programmes in many top MBA colleges under MAH CET like K J Somaiya, Welingkar, N L Dalmia, SIES, IESMCRC among others is direct on the basis of MAH CET 2019 as well as other exam scores. There is no category wise restriction in admission to the PGDM programmes also. The final admission is offered on the basis of GD-PI round conducted by these MBA colleges separately. The PGDM programme in these top MAH MBA CET colleges is as per industry requirement and the curriculum is updated with the changing Global MBA trends.

 

Key information in regard to exam score accepted in the colleges under MH CET MBA is shared below: 

Name of MBA college 
Programme offered
Score accepted for PGDM & institute level seats  
Cut off percentile
PGDM
CAT, XAT, CMAT
87
PGDM
CAT, XAT, CMAT, MAH CET, ATMA, GMAT
86
PGDM
CAT, XAT, CMAT, MAH CET, MAT, ATMA
80
PGDM
CAT/XAT/CMAT/MHCET/MAT/ATMA
80
PGDM
CAT, XAT, CMAT, MAH CET, MAT, ATMA, GMAT
80
PGDM
CAT, XAT, CMAT, MAH CET, MAT, ATMA, GMAT
80
PGDM
CAT, XAT, CMAT, MAH CET, MAT, ATMA, GMAT
60
PGDM
CAT, XAT, CMAT, MAH CET, MAT, ATMA, GMAT
50
PGDM
CAT, XAT, CMAT, MAH CET, MAT, ATMA, GMAT
60
PGDM
CAT, XAT, CMAT, MAH CET, MAT, SNAP, ATMA
60
PGDM
CAT, XAT, CMAT, MAH CET, MAT, ATMA, GMAT
60

Top MBA colleges Accepting MAH MBA CET 2019: Key Information
The admission process in top 10 MBA colleges under MAH CET accepting MAH CET 2019 score is shared below. 

 

Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS) Mumbai

  • Expected Cut off percentile: 98
  • Exam Score accepted: MAH CET 2019, CAT 2018, CMAT 2019
  • Flagship Programme: MMS 2019-21
  • Total Seats: 120
  • Seats for Maharashtra State Candidates: 102
  • All India category Seats: 18

Admission Process
The Seat Allotment at JBIMS Mumbai is through DTE CAP 2019. There is no need to apply separately.

 

Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra will open the registration process for Centralized Admission Process (CAP) 2019 in mid May 2019 at a registration fee of Rs.1000/- for the candidates who have appeared in MAH CET 2019 written exam and at a fee of Rs.2000/- for the candidates who have not appeared in MAH CET 2019 on March 9 or 10, 2019. Interested candidates should apply to participate in CAP 2019. There will be five round of Centralized Admission Process and after each round respective merit list will be generated and published in public domain.

 

On the basis of written exam score, academic profile, work experience, diversity and other factors, DTE will prepare a merit list of candidates separately for Maharashtra State and All India Category candidates after each CAP round and will allot the seat in the MBA college as per merit score.

 

Only 1-2 days will be allowed to report at the respective college/ARC to finalize and confirm the admission for the seat. Afterwards, it may be allotted to other candidate.  

 

Sydenham Institute of Management Studies And Research And Entrepreneurship Education (SIMSREE) Mumbai

  • Expected Cut off percentile: 95
  • Exam Score accepted: MAH CET 2019, CAT 2018, CMAT 2019
  • Flagship Programme: MMS 2019-21
  • Total Seats: 120
  • Maharashtra State Category Seats: 102
  • All India category Seats: 18
  • Other Key programmes offered: PGDBM with 60 seats

Admission Process

Seat Allotment is through DTE CAP 2018 so there is no need to apply separately. Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra will open the registration process for Centralized Admission Process (CAP) 2019 in mid May 2019 at a registration fee of Rs.1000/- for the candidates who have appeared in MAH CET 2019 written exam and at a fee of Rs.2000/- for the candidates who have not appeared in MAH CET 2019 on March 9 or 10, 2019. Interested candidates should apply to participate in CAP 2019. There will be five round of Centralized Admission Process and after each round respective merit list will be generated and published in public domain.

 

On the basis of written exam score, academic profile, work experience, diversity and other factors, DTE will prepare a merit list of candidates separately for Maharashtra State and All India Category candidates after each CAP round and will allot the seat in the MBA college as per merit score.

 

Only 1-2 days will be allowed to report at the respective college/ARC to finalize and confirm the admission for the seat. Afterwards, it may be allotted to other candidate.  

 

K J Somaiya Institute of Management Studies And Research (SIMSR) Mumbai 

  • Expected Cut off percentile: 90-93 for MMS; 85+ for PGDM
  • Exam Score accepted for MMS: MAH CET 2019, CAT 2018, CMAT 2019 for MMS; for PGDM XAT 2019 also accepted
  • Flagship Programme: MMS 2019-21; PGDM 2019-21 (4 full time PGDM programmes)
  • Total Seats: 60 for MMS; 360 for PGDM full time
  • All India category Seats: 9 for MMS; 360 for PGDMs

Admission Process MMS: Seat Allotment is through DTE CAP 2019. No need to apply separately

 

Admission Process PGDM: Own final selection round with GD-PI conducted to find the best fit candidates.

 

Final Selection For MMS: Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra will open the registration process for Centralized Admission Process (CAP) 2019 in mid May 2019 at a registration fee of Rs.1000/- for the candidates who have appeared in MAH CET 2019 written exam and at a fee of Rs.2000/- for the candidates who have not appeared in MAH CET 2019 on March 9 or 10, 2019. Interested candidates should apply to participate in CAP 2019. There will be five round of Centralized Admission Process and after each round respective merit list will be generated and published in public domain.

 

On the basis of written exam score, academic profile, work experience, diversity and other factors, DTE will prepare a merit list of candidates separately for Maharashtra State and All India Category candidates after each CAP round and will allot the seat in the MBA college as per merit score.

 

Only 1-2 days will be allowed to report at the respective college/ARC to finalize and confirm the admission for the seat. Afterwards, it may be allotted to other candidate.  

 

Prin L.N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research (WeSchool)  

  • Expected Cut off percentile: 90-92 for MMS; 82+ for PGDM
  • Exam Score accepted for MMS: MAH CET 2019, CAT 2018, CMAT 2019
  • Exam score accepted for PGDM:  CAT 2018, XAT 2019, CMAT 2019, MAH CET 2019, ATMA, GMAT
  • Flagship Programme: MMS 2019-21; PGDM 2019-21 (8 full time PGDM programmes)
  • Total Seats: 121 for MMS; 600 for PGDM full time
  • All India category Seats: 18 for MMS; 600 for PGDMs

Admission Process MMS: Seat Allotment is through DTE CAP 2019. No need to apply separately

 

Admission Process PGDM: Own final selection round with GD-PI conducted to find the best fit candidates.

 

Final Selection For MMS: Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra will open the registration process for Centralized Admission Process (CAP) 2019 in mid May 2019 at a registration fee of Rs.1000/- for the candidates who have appeared in MAH CET 2019 written exam and at a fee of Rs.2000/- for the candidates who have not appeared in MAH CET 2019 on March 9 or 10, 2019. Interested candidates should apply to participate in CAP 2019. There will be five round of Centralized Admission Process and after each round respective merit list will be generated and published in public domain.

 

On the basis of written exam score, academic profile, work experience, diversity and other factors, DTE will prepare a merit list of candidates separately for Maharashtra State and All India Category candidates after each CAP round and will allot the seat in the MBA college as per merit score.

 

Only 1-2 days will be allowed to report at the respective college/ARC to finalize and confirm the admission for the seat. Afterwards, it may be allotted to other candidate.  

  

Department of Management Sciences University of Pune (PUMBA)

  • Expected Cut off percentile: 92
  • Exam Score accepted: MAH CET 2019, CAT 2018, CMAT 2019, ATMA
  • Flagship Programme: MBA 2019-21
  • Total Seats: 180
  • All India category Seats: 27

Admission Process: Seat Allotment is through DTE CAP 2019. No need to apply separately. Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra will open the registration process for Centralized Admission Process (CAP) 2019 in mid May 2019 at a registration fee of Rs.1000/- for the candidates who have appeared in MAH CET 2019 written exam and at a fee of Rs.2000/- for the candidates who have not appeared in MAH CET 2019 on March 9 or 10, 2019. Interested candidates should apply to participate in CAP 2019. There will be five round of Centralized Admission Process and after each round respective merit list will be generated and published in public domain.

 

On the basis of written exam score, academic profile, work experience, diversity and other factors, DTE will prepare a merit list of candidates separately for Maharashtra State and All India Category candidates after each CAP round and will allot the seat in the MBA college as per merit score.

 

Only 1-2 days will be allowed to report at the respective college/ARC to finalize and confirm the admission for the seat. Afterwards, it may be allotted to other candidate.  

  

MBA colleges under MAH CET with Low Fee
Out of the 300+ MBA colleges in Maharashtra, all of them offer MBA on the basis of MAH CET exam scores. MBA colleges accepting MAH CET score offer low fee MBA programmes. The MBA fee under MAH CET accepting colleges is decided by the Government agency ‘Shikshan Shulka Samiti.’ The fee in these MBA colleges is in the range of Rs.1.30 Lakhs to Rs.3 Lakhs for the programme.

 

Admission Process is through DTE CAP
These MBA colleges are autonomous, University departments, university affiliated, private aided, private unaided or can be minority B-schools.  All  of them will participate in DTE CAP 2019 and will accept MAH CET 2019 scores along with CAT 2018 and CMAT 2019 score in admission 2019.

 

Admission and MBA seat allotment is done by DTE Maharashtra through the Centralized Admission process after MAH CET result is declared. The CAP round begins in the last week of May, 2019.

 

Key points to note
If you are looking for the MBA admission on the basis of MAH CET 2019 exam score card, you should note the following important facts and points and take quick steps to apply and secure your MBA admission:

  • MAH CET 2019 score cut offs are applicable in more than 300 MBA colleges.
  • Admission on the basis of MAH CET 2019 score is available in the institutes which are autonomous, University B-schools offering MBA degree, private PGDM colleges among others.
  • MAH CET exam score is not accepted by the MBA colleges outside Maharashtra.
  • These MBA colleges will accept MAH CET 2019 score alongwith other exam scores like CAT 2018, CMAT 2019
  • MAH CET cut offs in these MBA colleges accepting MAH CET scores vary from institute to institute.
  • Admission to MBA programme in the MBA colleges accepting MAH CET score will be through DTE CAP 2019, unless the college has its minority or management quota for admission.
  • MBA colleges accepting MAH CET score are spread in the cities of Mumbai, Pune, and rest of Maharashtra.
  • Among the 300+ MBA colleges accepting MAH CET score, the most sought after MBA colleges are located in Mumbai and Pune

MAH CET 2019: Activity till MBA Admission
After declaration of MAH MBA CET 2019 result on March 31, the Centralized Admission Process (CAP) will start in last week of May 2019 by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra. Initially, there are three CAP rounds and after each round of MAH CET CAP, seat allotment status is released by DTE Maharashtra. A high percentile score is required for MBA admission in JBIMS, SIMSREE, K J Somaiya, PUMBA and other top MBA colleges accepting MAH CET 2019 score. All the MBA colleges accepting MH CET 2019 score need to finalize their admission process latest by August 2019. The tentative dates regarding the MBA admission by conducting CAP and making seat allotment are as under: 

 

(All dates are tentative)

MAH CET 2019 CAP: Activity Schedule
Start Date
End date
CAP Round-1: Display of Category wise Seats
July 2, 2019
July 8, 2019
Reporting to the Admission Reporting Centre (ARC) as per Allotment of CAP Round I
July 6, 2019
July 8, 2019
CAP Round-II: Display of Provisional Seat Allotment
July 13, 2019
July 16, 2019
Reporting to the ARC as per Allotment of CAP Round II  
July 14, 2019
July 16, 2019
CAP Round-III:  Display of provisional SEAT Allotment
July 21, 2019
July 24, 2019
Reporting to the ARC as per Allotment of CAP Round III
July 22, 2019
July 24, 2019
Reporting to the Allotted Institute and Confirmation of Admission
July 6, 2019
July 26, 2019
Display of Vacant Seats for additional CAP round
July 30, 2019
August 2, 2019
Display of Provisional Seat Allotment for Additional Round
August 3, 2019
August 6, 2019
Reporting to the Allotted Institute
August 4, 2019
August 6, 2019

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