MHT CET 2017 Final Merit List Declared

Published: | June 23, 2017
MHT CET 2017 Final Merit List Declared
  • DTE declared the final merit on June 22, 2017, at 8:00 PM.
  • Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra has released the final merit list of the candidates who qualified in MHT CET 2017 examination for the admission to B.Tech or B.E course.

After declaring the provisional merit list a few days back, Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra has released the final merit list of the candidates who qualified in MHT CET 2017 examination for the admission to B.Tech or B.E course. DTE declared the final merit on June 22, 2017, at 8:00 PM. The final merit list contains the names of the candidates belonging to Maharashtra and All India Candidates. Recently, DTE released the provisional merit list for five-year degree programme in engineering and pharmacy courses. DTE considers final merit list as the major criterion for seat allotment. On May 11, 2017, DTE Maharashtra conducted the MHT CET 2017 examination.

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Guidelines to Check MHT CET 2017 Final Merit List: -

  • Open the official website of DTE Maharashtra.
  • Check for the tab B.E/ B.Tech admissions 2017.
  • Under that tab look for the link that indicates ‘Check Final Merit Status (Only for Maharashtra and All India Candidates)’
  • Click on the link.
  • Enter Application and Date of Birth.
  • Submit the details.
  • You can check Final Merit status now.

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The number of students opting for engineering courses in Maharashtra has been decreasing. For the past two years, the demand for B.Tech course has been declining. However, the officials of DTE claim that the number of colleges offering engineering courses is more than the number of students opting for the same. Every year, 60% seats are being filled, and 40% seats are remaining vacant. In 2016, around 50 technical institutes recorded fewer admissions, and these colleges are on the verge of closure. On the other hand, these colleges do not have required infrastructure and quality faculty.

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