Know Complete MHT CET 2017 Paper Pattern

Like it is important to know the important dates, application procedure, counselling process and eligibility criteria of MHT CET 2017, it is equally essential to know MHT CET 2017 Paper Pattern. In the below article StudMonk provides complete information on the exam pattern of MHT CET.

MHT CET 2017 Paper Pattern

MH/MHT CET 2017 Paper Pattern is finalized by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra. It typically includes significant information like exam duration, types and nature of questions, marking scheme, total number of marks, total number of questions etc.  Students must take a note of these details to stay updated with the exam pattern. Read the below article to get detailed information.

  • MHT CET 2017 Question Paper will comprise of three sections – Physics and Chemistry, Botany and Zoology, and Mathematics
  • All the question papers will carry 100 marks each:
  1. Paper I: Physics and Chemistry (100 marks each)
  2. Paper II: Botany and Zoology (100 marks each)
  3. Paper III: Mathematics (100 marks)

    MHT CET 2017 Paper Pattern

    MHT CET 2017 Paper Pattern

  • All of the above subject combinations will have separate papers. It is mandatory for the candidates to clear all the paper separately
  • MHT CET 2017 will not have any negative marking for any of three question papers
  • The paper will carry all objective questions
  • Paper I will consist of questions from the Physics and Chemistry subjects. It will carry 50 marks for each of these two subjects. Each of these two papers will include 50 MCQs and will carry 1 mark each
  • Paper 2 will consist of questions from Botany and Zoology and will carry 50 marks each. All the questions will carry 1 mark each and there will be 50 MCQs for each subject
  • Paper 3 will have mathematics and will carry 100 marks. All the questions will carry 2 mark each and will have 50 MCQs
  • MHT CET 2017 will carry ‘no choice questions.’ This means candidates will have to attempt all the questions in the question paper
  • Only one option/response should be marked out of the four options provided for each question
  • Candidates must be sure before marking the answer in MHT CET OMR Sheet. Once marked, changing of answers is not allowed. In case if the answer is changed after marking once, it will be considered as invalid/incorrect response

About MHT CET 2017 Examination

DTE will be conducting MHT CET 2017 for aspirants seeking admission to various undergraduate engineering courses across different engineering colleges in the state of Maharashtra. In order to be eligible for MHT CET 2017 aspirants need to fulfill certain MHT CET 2017 eligibility criteria decided by the exam conducting authority.

*Disclaimer: The above information is based on MHT CET 2016 data. The latest information will be made available immediately after it is released by the exam conducting authority.  For updated information, keeping visiting the page frequently.

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2 replies
    • monksays
      monksays says:

      Hello Yash,
      In order to be eligible for admission in any medical college and course you need to appear and clear NEET. NEET is the single and common medical entrance examination in India now. MH-CET is scrapped for medical admissions.

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