MHT-CET 2022: The Common Entrance Test (CET) Cell conducts the MHT-CET re-examination on Monday in two sessions, one for the subject combinations PCM (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics) and PCB (Biology). A total of 2242 candidates have registered for this exam.
Students who have not been able to take the entrance test due to technical errors at the exam centers during the assigned sessions or who have not been able to arrive at the venue due to the heavy rains reported on those days will appear at the new test.
The MHT-CET, which is a computer-based entrance test, for admission to engineering, pharmacy and agriculture courses in Maharashtra was originally held from August 5 to 20. However, complaints were reported of technical glitches in some centers due to which candidates could not complete the exam. CET Cell had to cancel the exams at several centres.
Also, there were students from districts – Bhandara, Gondia, Gadchiroli and Chandrapur who could not reach their exam centers due to heavy rains on 10th and 12th August. and registrations continued until August 24.
Out of a total of 2,242 candidates who have registered for the re-examination; 721 are for PCB and 1521 are for PCM. “There are candidates who will appear in an examination of the two subject combinations. Keeping this in mind, the re-examination was planned in two sessions even though the number of registered candidates is less,” shared RS Jagtap, Commissioner, CET Cell, adding that his office has taken care by allowing the re-examination. “Although we were already aware of the technical glitches, we received several emails from candidates explaining their problems in reaching the exam centers. After due verification, these students were allowed to re-test Jagtap added.