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MAH B.Ed CET 2021 Exam Day Instructions - Documents to Carry, Guidelines, CBT Process, Covid-19 Rules

Diksha Sharma
Diksha SharmaUpdated On: October 04, 2021 | MAH B.Ed CET

The MAH B.Ed CET 2021 conducting officials have issued the guidelines, exam day instructions, Covid-19 rules, and other instructions for the candidates appearing in the exam on October 6th and 7th. Check details in the article below.

MAH B.Ed CET 2021 Exam Day Instruction

MAH B.Ed CET: MAH B.Ed CET 2021 exam is scheduled to be conducted on October 6th and 7th, 2021. Through the exam, the shortlisted candidates will be provided admission to 2 years B.Ed program at MAH B.Ed CET participating colleges. This year, the exam will be conducted in CBT (Online) mode. The examination authority has released the major guidelines which must be followed during the exam. Moreover, since the exam is being held during the COVID pandemic, there are strict Covid-19 rules that the candidates will have to follow. 

Hence, we will cover the detailed MAH B.Ed CET Exam Day Instructions in this article including documents to carry, guidelines, CBT process, Covid-19 rules, and more.

MAH B.Ed CET 2021 Important Dates

Given below are the important dates for the MAH B.Ed CET exam 2021 as per the official schedule:



Release of Admit Card

October 3, 2021

MAH B.Ed CET 2021 Exam

October 06 & 07, 2021

Result Declaration

To be Notified

MAH B.Ed CET CBT (Online) Process 2021

The MAH B.Ed CET will be conducted in online mode which will be for a total of 90 minutes. The candidates will have to keep the following instructions in mind for the MAH B.Ed CET CBT process:

  1. The candidates must arrive at the exam center approximately 3 and half hours before the exam. This will include time for logging in, going through the instructions, collecting admit cards, etc.

  2. The questions will be of multiple-choice types and the candidates will have to choose one correct option among the four options available for each question.

  3. To choose the correct answer, the candidates will have to “Mouse Click” on that option. 

  4. The medium of the paper will be Marathi and English.

  5. The answers for which the candidates are sure, they need to click on “Save and Next” or “Mark for Review and Next” else the answer will not be saved.

  6. The top right corner of the screen will display the countdown timer and the candidates will have to complete the exam within the timer. If the time runs out, the test will automatically end and your attempted answers will be saved.

  7. There will be a question palette on the right side of the screen which will show the status of the questions. These statuses will consist of:

  • You have not visited the question yet. 

  • You have not answered the question. 

  • You have answered the question. 

  • You have NOT answered the question but have marked the question for review. 

  • You have answered the question but marked it for review. 

  1. If you are doubtful about a question or want to attempt it later, you can set it to mark to review. If you have marked an answer and then marked the question for review, and in case you did not get time to review the question, the previously marked answer will be considered for evaluation.

  2. The candidates can click on the question numbers in the palette to directly get to that question.

  3. If you want to deselect an answer, you can click again on the same option or click the ‘clear response’ option.

  4. The name of the tests will be displayed on the top of the screen. You can click on the specific test to view the questions of that test. The test in which you currently are will be highlighted. You can also shuffle between questions and tests anytime during the test.

  5. If the candidates have any questions, they can ask the exam administrator before the test. No queries will be attended after the test starts.

  6. No candidates will be allowed to submit their test before the deadline of the test.

  7. If the candidate clicks on any KEYBOARD KEYS once the test starts, it will lock the examination. The candidates must ONLY use the mouse for the test.

Documents to Carry to MAH B.Ed CET Exam

The candidates will have to carry certain documents to the exam hall as a mandatory process. These documents include:

  • Hall ticket with affixed Photo and valid Photo ID card in ORIGINAL

  • Original proof for name change (if any)

  • Ballpoint pen

  • Mask and Sanitizer

Documents NOT to Carry to MAH B.Ed CET Exam

The candidates must not carry the following documents inside the exam center for the MAH B.Ed CET exam:

  • Calculators

  • Formula Tables

  • Digital Watch

  • Cellphones

  • Any digital devices

  • Piece of paper

MAH B.Ed CET General Exam Instructions and Covid-19 Rules

Other than the online test instructions, there are other exam instructions that candidates must keep in mind for the MAH B.Ed CET exam such as:

  1. The date, time, and venue for the test will be given in the hall ticket. It is advisable for the candidates to visit the center one day before the test to confirm the location.

  2. No latecomers will be allowed to sit for the test in any circumstances.

  3. The hall ticket must be brought to the exam center along with a passport-size photo affixed on it. The photo must preferably be the same as the photo submitted for the registration form. The admit card must be handed over to the exam administrator for verification.

  4. If the candidate is found to be using any unfair means or cheating, his/ her exam will be canceled.

  5. No digital devices will be allowed inside the exam hall.

  6. After the exam is over, the candidate can collect their admit card back as it will be required at the time of admission.

  7. If the responses of two candidates match with each other in a pattern of right & wrong questions, then the exam will be canceled for these candidates.

  8. The candidates will be provided with a sheet of paper for rough work. The sheet must be handed over to the exam administrator before leaving the examination hall.

  9. All the candidates must wear the mask at all times and maintain social distancing in the hall.

Related Links

MAH B.Ed CET Exam Pattern

MAH B.Ed CET Marks vs Rank

We wish you all the very best for your exam and hope that this article will help you through your test. For more updates on the MAH B.Ed CET exam, stay tuned to College Dekho!


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Am I eligible to apply for B.Ed admission at Shri Sardari Lal College of Education Ambala with 48% aggregate marks at the qualifying level?

-robina maryUpdated on December 01, 2021 04:04 PM
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Abhik Das, Student / Alumni

Dear student, the official website of Shri Sardari Lal College of Education Ambala is currently not accessible to us due to which we could not bring to you the detailed B.Ed admission eligibility criteria laid down by the institution. Usually, institutions offering B.Ed accept admission request of only those applicants who have secured at least 50% to 55% in their respective previous qualifying examinations with a few exceptions where institutions demand just passing marks in their eligibility conditions. Until and unless we can access the official website, we cannot exactly tell you the B.Ed admission eligibility criteria ...


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