The Government of Maharashtra has released the revised schedule for MAH AAC CET 2020 examination on the official website. The applicants can download and check the revised schedule of MAH CET from the official website i.e., at cetcell.mahacet.org. As per the revised schedule, the conducting body has decided to commence the examination from 3rd October 2020. Every year, MAH Common Entrance Test will be conducted under the Technical Education Department to provide admissions into various courses such as MCA, BHMCT, MArch, and MHMCT.
The MHMCT, MAH-MArch CET exams will be organized on 3rd October 2020 as per the revised schedule. On the other hand, the BHMCT and MAH MCA exams will be held on 10th October. Earlier, the Department of Higher and Technical Education had scheduled to conduct the CET exam on 4th September. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the conducting body has revised the exam dates of Higher Education Professional Courses.
The complete list of CET exams and the revised datesheet has been issued and published on the official website. The examination cell also announced that the admit cards for all the entrance exams will be issued to the contenders soon. On the hall ticket, the students can find vital details such as test venue, address, examination commencement time, reporting time, name, etc.
Despite the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, the officials have decided to conduct the exams amid proper social distancing measures. The candidates can find the precautionary instructions on the hall ticket. As per the official notice issued by the authorities, the admit card link will be activated soon on the website. Before taking up the exam, the candidates must read the guidelines carefully and follow the same during the exam.
If the candidates report to the exam center late, they will not be permitted to write Maharashtra CET 2020. The candidates who clear the CET will be eligible for admissions into their preferred courses. At the time of attending the exam, the candidates must and should carry their respective hall tickets and a valid photo id card. If the candidates fail to carry the aforementioned documents, they won’t be permitted to enter the exam hall. The final-year exams are being conducted to the candidates who had already registered in the Maharashtra-based colleges. Stay tuned to this website to get the latest updates about various educational news such as exams, results, hall ticket availability, and more.