MAH CET - Maharashtra

Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra conducts Maharashtra-Common Entrance Test (MAH-CET) for taking to admission to first year Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Management Studies (MMS) and Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) programs in the Government, University Managed, University Departments and Unaided Institutes in the Maharashtra State. The online test is followed by a group discussion and personal interview (GDPI).

MAH CET is the state level MBA entrance examination for the various management institutes in Maharashtra only. The test is divided into sections - Verbal Ability, Reading Comprehension, Quantitative Aptitude and Logical Ability. 

MAH CET is a computer-based test of 150 minutes duration carrying 200 questions. The exam is divided into four sections - Logical Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and Verbal ability & Reading Comprehension. There are five options or answer choices for each objective type question. You have to select the correct answer option from the given choices.

All graduate students from any discipline from an accredited institute or university are eligible to appear for MAH CET. 

The application form of MAH CET is available online only. It has to be duly filled and completed online followed by paying the application fee. You have to select three cities in order of preference where you wish to appear for the exam.

Some of the top Business schools in Maharashtra which accepts the MAHCET scores.

Maharashtra Common Entrance Test for the admission in the MBA or MMS programmes in the B-schools of Maharashtra is one of the most coveted state level MBA entrance exams. The exam is conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra for around 35,000 seats in around 400 B-schools of the state.

Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra declares the result in online mode only. The result is announced in the form of All India Rank (AIR), total score and overall percentile.

The cut offs indicate minimum score required to get into that college. These cut offs are for the seats which are filled through CAP (Centralized Admission Process) Round.

DTE Maharashtra conducts counselling for allotting MBA or MMS seats to the shortlisted candidates across different participating Management Institutes. After completion of the counselling rounds, a final merit list is announced. The enrolment process is known as the Centralised Admission Process or CAP rounds.