Maharashtra has been a place for many aspirants for pursuing higher education in science, be it engineering or medical science or Pharmacy. The state has been a hotspot for aspiring technocrats and doctors. There are lakhs of applications submitted every year by many aspirants to the Maharashtra educational services. Having two financial hubs in Maharasthra, the place has become a place of many submissions. Through MH-CET, candidates can get into admissions into areas of MBBS, Pharmacy, BVSC, and AH and health science.
Eligibility for MH-CET
For MBBS/BDS/BAMS/BUMS/BVSC and AH:
1. The candidate must be an Indian national.
2. The candidates seeking admissions to health sciences courses should be residents of the state of Maharashtra.
3. The minimum age for the candidates is 17 years as on 31st December of the year of admissions.
4. The candidate should have passed the HSC/equivalent from the institute within the state of Maharashtra with subjects of English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology)
5. The candidate belonging to the open category must have obtained not less than 50% in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together.
6. The candidate belonging to the constitutional reservation and constitutional reservation with persons with disability must have obtained not less than 40% in the subjects of Physics, chemistry and Biology taken together.
7. The person with disability in General category should have obtained not less than 45% in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together.
The MH-CET syllabus for the entrance examination is based on the class 11th and class 12th (HSC) syllabus of the following subjects.
CET exam paper pattern
MH-CET 2015 will consist of the one question paper containing 180 multiple choice questions each carrying 4 marks each and a total of 720. The duration of the examination will be for 3 hours.
Physics- 45 questions- 180 marks
Chemistry- 45 questions- 180 marks
Biology- 90 questions- 360 marks
MHT CET preparation
The candidates should keep in mind the most important thing is that entrance examination is purely based on the class 12th examination. The candidate should be preparing for the examination for at least one year before the examination. The candidates can make use of crash courses and coaching classes. The students should keep in constant touch with the syllabus and portion of the class 12th as most of the questions are asked on the basis of the theories, laws, and its applications.
The candidates must allot equal time for every subject as it will be useful in gaining detailed knowledge on the subject area. Practising several years of previous years question papers will be useful for the candidates.