Admission Open 2021
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MAH BHMCT CET 2020 admit card has been released on October 1, 2020, by the State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra on October 10, 2020. In order to download the admit card, candidates will have to enter their Registration number, Password and captcha.
After the admit card of MAH BHMCT CET 2020 has been downloaded, candidates will have to carry the MAH BHMCT CET 2020 admit card to the exam centre otherwise, they will not be allowed to enter the exam centre. Candidates can download MAH BHMCT CET 2020 admit card until October 10, 2020.
Check below the tentative dates of the issuance of MAH BHMCT CET 2020 admit card in order to know when will it be released.
MAH BHMCT CET 2020
October 10, 2020
Release Date of MAH BHMCT CET Admit card 2020
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By following the steps given below, candidates can download their admit card of MAH BHMCT CET 2020:
Step 1 - Candidates may click on the link that will be made available on our website when the MAH BHMCT CET 2020 admit card will be released.
Step 2 - After clicking on the link, candidates will have to enter their registration number, roll number or password or date of birth and click on ‘Submit’ button.
Step 3 - The admit card of MAH BHMCT CET 2020 will be displayed on the screen.
Step 4- Candidates can check the details that are mentioned on MAH BHMCT CET admit card 2020 and download the admit card and take a printout of the same for future use.
Candidates can check some of the important instructions about MAH BHMCT CET 2020 from the pointers given below:
The MAH BHMCT admit card will contain all the important details of the candidate. Therefore, while downloading the admit card, candidates must check all the details mentioned on it, else, the candidature of the candidate will be cancelled.
Candidates must read all the instructions printed on MAH BHMCT 2020 admit card.
It is mandatory for the candidates to carry MAH BHMCT 2020 admit card along with them to their allotted test centres. If the candidate fails to bring the admit card along with them, then he/she will not be allowed to appear for the entrance examination.
On the day of the entrance examination, candidates should bring a photo ID proof along with the MAH BHMCT admit card.
Candidates are required to carefully preserve the admit card of MAH BHMCT 2020 until the completion of the admission process.
The following details will be mentioned on MAH BHMCT CET 2020 admit card:
Candidate’s Roll number
Time and Venue of the exam
Date of the entrance exam
Photo identity proof issued by a People’s Representative on official letterhead along with photograph
Valid recent identity card issued by a recognized college/ university
Employee ID/ Bar Council identity card with photograph
Photo identity proof issued by a Gazetted Officer on official letterhead along with photograph
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You can check the MAH BHMCT CET exam timings and date from the admit card of the exam.
You can download another copy of MAH BHMCT CET admit card if in case your admit card is misplaced.
Any candidate who has not carried the MAH BHMCT CET admit card will not be allowed to take the exam.
You should carry one ID proof such as Driving license or Aadhar card along with the MAH BHMCT CET admit card on exam day.
Yes, you can recover your MAH BHMCT CET password by clicking on the “Forgot Password”. After that, you will have to follow the instructions in order to recover the password.
No, you will have to carry a hard copy of the MAH BHMCT CET admit card on the exam day.
Some of the important details mentioned on the MAH BHMCT CET admit card are candidate's roll number, photograph, date of the exam and signature.
Yes, you will have to carry the MAH BHMCT CET admit card while going to the examination centre.
The MAH BHMCT CET 2020 admit card is expected to be released soon.
The admit card of MAH BHMCT CET will be released by the State Common Entrance Test Cell, Government of Maharashtra.