Last year, Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra conducted the MHT CET Examination on the 11th of May 2017. Following that the MHT CET Results were announced in the first week of June 2017, on the official website of DTE i.e. dtemaharashtra.gov.in. DTE will release the result on its official website for both Medical and Engineering streams. To know more about the important dates, downloading procedure etc. read this article thoroughly.
MHT CET Results - Previous Years
Important Dates regarding previous year’s result
|Online Application submission start date
|14th February 2017
|Online Application submission last date
|23rd March 2017
|Last date for Fee submission
|24th March 2017
|Online Application Ends
|30th March 2017
|Admit Card Release
|24th April to 11th May 2017
|11th May 2017
|Submission of certificates
|Second to third week of May 2017
|Answer Key Display
|Third Week of May 2017
|OMR Sheet Display
|Fourth week of May 2017
|Last Date of Objection on an answer
|Last week of May 2017
|MHT CET Result
|4th June 2017
|MHT CET Result Merit List declaration
|Second week of June
How to check the results?
The procedure to check the result is same for the Medical and B.Tech programs. Candidates must note that DTE will not be sending a physical copy of the result on your registered address. Candidates can only check their results online. To check the result online candidates can use the following procedure.
- Click on the official link of DTE (. dtemaharashtra.gov.in.).
- Then click on Result of MHT CET 2017.
- Provide the details of Roll Number, application number and date of birth.
- Check the fields and click on the submit button to view the MHT CET Result 2017.
- You are advised to take a print out of the same for future reference.
A candidate can find the following details on the scorecard:-Sectional Score, Aggregate Score and Qualification status. In the engineering entrance examination, sectional score will be displayed for Maths, Physics and Chemistry and for the medical examination results for Physics, Chemistry and Biology will be considered. The minimum qualifying marks for clearing the exam and succeeding to the next level will be the same for engineering and medical. For the general category candidates, DTE has prescribed scoring at least 50% marks in the exams for both B.Tech and MBBS to qualify for the counselling.
TIE Breaker Criterion
If two or more candidates receive equal marks, the following will be the tie-breaker scheme which will be applied to resolve the issue of rank.
|MBBS And B.Tech
|Total number of negative responses
|Total number of negative responses in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics sections taken together will be considered. In B. Tech exam, math will replace Mathematics. Candidate with lower number of negative responses will be preferred.
|Candidate with higher marks in math (or biology for MBBS) will be preferred.
|Candidate with higher marks in chemistry will be preferred (same for B. Tech and MBBS).
|Performance in qualifying examination (class XII or equivalent)
|Candidate with higher percentage aggregate marks in qualifying examination (class XII or equivalent) will be preferred (same for B. Tech and MBBS).
|Elder candidate will be preferred.