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Over 3.38 lakh students are expected to appear for the Maharashtra Health Sciences and Engineering Common Entrance Test (MHT-CET, 2012) to be held on May 10. The MHT-CET, 2012 is a single common entrance test for professional courses such as health sciences engineering and pharmacy degree courses. As many as 3,905 seats in 60 colleges for health science, 13, 40, 24 seats in 348 colleges for engineering and 9, 440 seats in 148 colleges for pharmacy courses are available for this entrance examination. A statement issued by the Directorate of Medical Education and Research and the Directorate of Technical Education, Mumbai, on Tuesday said that the examination will be conducted at 867 junior colleges / schools in all the 35 district headquarters in the state.
The scheduled timings for the examination are 10 to 11:30 am for physics and chemistry, 12.00 to 1:30 pm for biology and 3 to 4:30 pm for mathematics. Since May 10 is a working weekday, students, especially those from Mumbai, have been directed to start one to two hours early from their residence to reach the exam centre by the scheduled time. For Paper I (physics and chemistry), the candidates will be permitted to enter the examination centre at 9:15 am, while for Paper III, they will be allowed to enter at 2:15 pm. The statement added that the candidates are directed to remain present at the examination centre an hour prior to the scheduled time of the exam. The statement said that admit cards have been made available to the candidates through their respective junior colleges. Candidates from outside Maharashtra will get these cards from the divisional authority’s office where their application forms had been submitted earlier. Those who have lost their admit cards have been asked to approach the resident deputy collectors office for a duplicate one. The statement said that the exam was common for health science, engineering and pharmacy degree courses; candidates aspiring for selection to health science courses will take the physics, chemistry and biology papers, while those aspiring for engineering courses will appear for physics, chemistry and mathematics papers. Provision has also been made for candidates who want to take admission in both, health science and engineering courses. Instructions have already been issued for police bandobast at all the examination centres. Section 144 will be promulgated within 100 m of the examination centre. As many as 55, 55, 3 candidates are appearing for health science courses alone, 11, 99, 06 for engineering, and 1, 62, 847 for both courses.
Courtesy: Times of India
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