The MAH CET stands for Maharashtra Common Entrance Test conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra. It is a state-level examination for admission into engineering colleges in Maharashtra. The MAH-MBA/MMS CET is the common entrance test for admissions into postgraduate degree courses in business colleges.
The MAH CET 2021 is being held by the State Common Entrance Test cell across 47 cities. The online registration started on 15 February 2021. Eligible candidates will be able to fill their application form by 10 March 2021. On the same day, the admit cards will be issued to the students. The exam is to be held online on 27 and 28 March 2021. The MAH-MBA CET 2021 result shall be announced on 10 April 2021.
MAH CET 2021 Exam Pattern
MAH CET 2021 is a 2-hour long paper having 200 questions carrying a total of 200 marks. Out of the 100 questions, 75 will be from Logical Reasoning, 25 from Abstract Reasoning, 50 from Quantitative Aptitude and the rest 50 from Verbal Ability/Reading Competition. The questions are Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) type or Numerical Answer Type (NAT) carrying 1 mark each. There are no negative marks for wrong answers inMAH CET 2021. MAH-MBA CET 2021result scorecard will be available for download after the results are declared.
MAH-MBA CET 2021 Cutoffs
One of the most important factors determining admission into reputed colleges and industries is the cutoff marks. Each year the cutoffs vary due to several reasons, such as
- the difficulty level of the paper
- total number of appearing candidates
- total number of available seats
The expected cutoff also depends on the highest MAH-MBA CET 2021 result. The expected cutoff of the MAH-MBA CET 2021result shall be released by June 2021. An expected college wise and marks wise cutoff can be estimated as follows:
|S.NO.||NAME OF INSTITUTES||CUTOFF PERCENTAGE|
|1.||Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies||99.95%|
|2.||Sydenham Institute of Management Studies, Research and Entrepreneurship Education||99.78%|
|3.||Prin. L.N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research||99.60%|
|4.||S.I.E.S College of Management Studies||99%|
|5.||N.L. Dalmia Institute of Management Studies and Research||98.90%|
|6.||K J Somaiya Institute of Management Studies and Research||95.61%|
|7.||University of Pune-DMS(PUMBA)||93.74%|
|8.||Xavier Institute of Management & Research||93.21%|
|9.||MET’s Institute of Management||9121%|
|S.NO||NAME OF INSTITUTES||CUTOFF MARKS|
|1.||Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies||140|
|2.||Sydenham Institute of Management Studies, Research and Entrepreneurship Education||131|
|3.||Prin. L.N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research||126|
|4.||S.I.E.S College of Management Studies||119|
|5.||N.L. Dalmia Institute of Management Studies and Research||118|
The most efficient way to solve the MAH CET 2021 question paper is to reduce the negative marking. Attempt only those questions first that make you feel confident. Trying to attempt all is a common mistake that will increase negative marking and lead to a low MAH-MBA CET 2021 result. Keep the syllabus in hand and then go through the subjects, else you will end up beating around the bush. Solve as many questions as possible. Give equal importance to all sections. Take the help of various resources like books, magazines, videos, etc. Search for previous year’s question papers online and try solving them. In the case of any doubts, seek help from family, friends or teachers. Group study is one of the best ideas for increasing the effectiveness of your practice. Take up different topics or subjects and explain that to the rest. In this way, time management issues are resolved, and everybody can solve more questions. The key to cracking any exam is sheer hard work and perseverance.