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As per the sources from the Joint Director of Technical Education’s Office, the All India Council for Technical Education’s (AICTE) single engineering entrance exam would be conducted multiple times in a year. Even the aspirants would be able to appear in all versions and their best score would be taken into the consideration. Read more

No age limit for MHT CET 2017 candidates – DTE Maharashtra

DTE Maharashtra has released the official notification for MHT CET 2017 on its website –

The notification revealed MHT CET 2017 important dates for application form filling & submission, admit card download, final exam date, result, counselling etc. It also made an announcement regarding MHT CET Eligibility Criteria. The notification reads:

“All the candidates passed/appearing at the qualifying examination i.e. HSC/12th standard examination or its equivalent examination and having Indian nationality are eligible for appearing for MHT-CET 2017. There is no age limit for admission and appearing to MHT-CET 2017.”

That’s definitely a good news for all the aspirants.

Maharashtra State Candidature

MHT CET 2017 aspirants can claim only one type of Maharashtra state candidature:

Type Eligibility criterion Home university
Type A Candidates passing SSC and also HSC or diploma in engineering or Bachelor of science examination froma recognised  institution in Maharashtra state;

Candidate who is either domicile of Maharashtra and/or is born in Maharashtra;

Place of passing of qualifying examination falling within the jurisdiction of the  respective university area.
Type B A candidate who does not fall in type-A above, but who or whose father or mother is domiciled in the state of Maharashtra and possess domicile certificate. Place of  domicile  Certificate issuing authority falling within the  jurisdiction  of  the respective University area.
Type C A candidate who does not fall in either type-A or type-B but whose father or mother is an employee of the Government  of  India  or  Government  of  India undertaking and who has been posted and reported to duty  in Maharashtra state before the last date for submission of application form for CAP. Place of posting of father or mother of candidate falling within the jurisdiction of the respective university area.
Type D A Candidate who does not fall in any of the above type-A,  type  B  and  type-C  but  whose  father  or mother is an employee or retired employee of the Government  of  Maharashtra  or  Government  of Maharashtra undertaking. Place of posting of father or mother  of  candidate  or  the place  of  settlement  of  the father or mother if retired or the  place  of  last  posting  if deputed outside Maharashtra falling within the jurisdiction of the respective university area.
Type E Candidates passing SSC and/or HSC examination from a  recognised  institution  located  in  a disputed Maharashtra  Karnataka  border  area  and  whose mother tongue is Marathi. Candidate shall be considered for the outside home university or state level seats.

All India Candidature

The candidates having Indian nationality are eligible under this category.

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