Nidhi Bahl Updated On: 02 Apr, 2019 10:05 IST
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DTE Maharashtra has announced the MAH CET 2019 result for MBA/MMS on 31st March 2019. The Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) is the conducting authority of MAH CET 2019, which is held for admission into management courses such as MBA/MMS in various institutes of Maharashtra.
MAH CET 2019 result is made available in online mode only on the official website of DTE Maharashtra and no scorecard will be sent individually to the candidates via post or email. DTE has declared MAH CET 2019 result in the form of a merit list, which comprises of the names of the shortlisted candidates eligible to appear in the counselling rounds for admission.
Note: MAH CET ranking of the candidates is based on the marks scored by the candidates and seats will be allocated to the eligible candidates according to the ranking position in the merit list.
MAH CET 2019 Exam
9th & 10th March 2019
MAH CET 2019 Result Declaration
31st March 2019
Candidates can follow the steps given below to view their MAH CET 2019 scores:
Step 1: Log on to the official website of DTE Maharashtra.
Step 2: Choose a tab or notification related to the announcement of MAH CET 2019 result.
Step 3: A PDF doc of the result will be displayed on the screen.
Step 4: Download the same and print it for further use.
Candidates can view their MAH CET 2019 scorecards from the official website of DTE. Candidates will have to download their respective scorecards as there is no provision for sending the scorecards through post or any other offline method.
Note: It is important to keep the MAH CET 2019 scorecard handy at the time of counselling and admissions for a valid proof of passing the exam.
MAH CET 2019 scorecard contains the following details:
Candidate’s roll number
Candidate’s registration number
Category of the candidate
Section-wise scores of the candidate
Overall score of the candidate
DTE Maharashtra will use below-mentioned methods to calculate the MAH CET 2019 results:
One mark will be awarded for one correct answer.
There will be no negative marking.
The scores obtained in the exam will be equated to the base form by distribution of scores of all forms.
The final score on total will be reported by decimal points up to two digits.