Candidates who are planning to appear for Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHCET) 2017 will have to carry their aadhaar cards with them at the time of counselling. MHCET, which is a state level examination conducted by DTE for admissions to first year degree courses of Health Sciences and Technical Education.
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The candidates who are planning to appear for Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHCET) 2017 will have to carry their aadhaar cards with them at the time of counselling which will be conducted through Centralised Admission Process (CAP).
The exam is scheduled to be conducted on May 11, 2017 and according to the official website possession of aadhar card is compulsory. The registration for the exam will tentatively begin by the end of December, 2016 or first week of January 2017.
MHCET is a state level examination conducted by DTE for admissions to first year of full time degree courses of Health Sciences (MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS, BUMS, BPTh, BOTh, BASLP, BP&O and BSc Nursing, BVSc & AH) and Technical Education (engineering and technology, pharmacy and pharm. D).
Apart from the aadhaar card, other documents which are required to be carried by the candidates as an identification proof are listed below:
- Caste/Tribe validity certificate
- Non-Creamy Layer certificate
- Domicile certificate
- Income certificate
If a candidate fails to produce any of these documents in original and photocopy format, his/her application will be cancelled.
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The test is conducted in objective mode for the following four sections:
- Mathematics: 100 marks
- Physics: 50 marks
- Chemistry: 50 marks
- Biology: 50 marks
- Total marks: 200
The role of the Directorate is to maintain and enhance the standard and quality of technical education by laying the policies, establishing developing government institutions, guiding supervising the aided, private institutions, interacting with industry and national level institutions etc