College of Engineering, Trivandrum
LAWCET 2019 Counselling (document verification & web options) will be started from 2nd week of October 2019. AP LAWCET 2019 Seat Allotment will be released on 3rd week of October 2019 through login.
The CET or the Common Entrance Test is conducted by Maharashtra state and is often called as MAH-CET. It is a PG level of examination and the Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra state is responsible of conducting it. Candidates can either go for MMS or MBA courses through this exam. The important dates related to this exam are listed below,
Online application availability
4th week of January 2020
Last date for filling the application form
3rd week of February 2020
MAH CET Admit Card Availability
4th week of February 2020
MAH CET 2020 Exam Date
March 2020 2nd week
MBA CET 2020 Results declaration
3rd week of March 2020
The highlights of MAH CET exam and various other details are as follows,
Application Fee (in INR)
Open Category Candidates from Maharashtra/ Outside Maharashtra State (OMS)/J&K Migrant candidates
SC/ST/VJ/DT- NT(A)/NT(B)/NT(C)/NT(D)/OBC/SBC/PWD candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only.
NOTE: Bank Charges will be applied separately and the application fee is non – refundable
The following documents are required to be attached in .jpg/.jpeg format only for completing the procedure,
Online Mode – Computer Based Test (CBT)
Paper 1: Mathematics Paper 2: Physics/Chemistry Paper 3: Zoology and Botany
Type of Question
Multiple Choice Questions
Paper 1: 50 Questions Paper 2 and 3: 100 Questions
NO Negative Marking
Paper 1: English Paper 2 and 3: English, Marathi, Urdu
Paper 1: +2 marks for each correct answer. Paper 2 and 3: +1 mark for each correct answer
The breakup of sections is as shown below,
Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension
The results of CET is usually announced in the last week of March, and it will be the same this year as well.
The MAH CET Centralised Admission Process or CAP 2020 counselling process will be conducted over a 2 month window. A total of 400 institutions will be participating in this counselling.
The applicants will need to go through the following steps,
The counselling fees is as shown below,
Fees (in INR)
CAP Registration fees for Reserved Maharashtra State category students
CAP Registration fees for Outside Maharashtra State category students
Seat acceptance fees for General, VJ/DT, NT and SBC/OBC Category candidates
Seat acceptance fees for SC/ST Category candidates
All the very best!!
You might have percentile around 85 but If I speak honestly, then don't excite seeing the figure 85 because there are number of colleges which had a cutoff above 98 and 99 this year. At this percentile, obviously you cannot get the government colleges, even best of streams like CS IT in best private colleges is also difficult unless and until you don't belong to a particular stream.
See, mention the state you are talking about.. Till then, I'll tell you about my state - MHT-CET entrance exam. Government colleges like VJTI had cutoff around 177 marks for CS courses and around 171 for IT branch. If you talk about best private colleges, then CS and IT there had cutoff around 150 marks. Other fields like Mechanical, Civil, Electrical, etc in VJTI, SARDAR PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING had cutoff around 150-160 marks.
So to get the best branch in best college, you need to get 175+ to be one the safest of sides. I had 157 last year and I got CS branch not in any government colleges of my state, but atleast in one of the best private colleges.
Feel free to ask any further query.
Best wishes. Thank-you.
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