MHT CET Result 2019 Date & Time Confirmed, Result to be declared on June 4, more details here
The State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra had conducted MHT CET 2019 entrance exams from 2nd May to 13th May, 2019 in multiple shifts.
The State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra had conducted MHT CET 2019 entrance exams from 2nd May to 13th May, 2019 in multiple shifts. The provisional answer key along with the invitation for objections against the answer key was released on 13th May 2019. Following the same, final answer key with the changes in preliminary key was released on 22nd May, 2019.
MHT CET 2019 is a gateway for candidates seeking admissions to various undergraduate courses in the colleges and institutions of Maharashtra. Candidates who qualify in the MHT CET 2019 will be eligible to appear for counselling and admission process of various colleges on the basis of their MHT CET Percentile Score / Rank in the examination.
Candidates who had appeared for MHT CET 2019 can follow the steps mentioned below to check and download their result once it is declared:
How to check MHT CET Result 2019?
Step 1 – Visit the official website – mhtcet2019.mahaonline.gov.in or mahacet.org
Step 2 – On the home page, go to the ‘Candidate Login’ section
Step 3 – Login using your registered id and password to check your result
Step 4 – Your MHT CET 2019 Result will be displayed
Step 5 – Save a soft copy or take a printout for future reference
All the Best!
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