THE MAHARASHTRA Common Entrance Test (CET) Cell declared the MHT-CET result on Thursday evening. A total of 6,05,944 candidates registered for the examination out of which 4,67,379 appeared for the examination. In the Physics Chemistry Mathematics (PCM) group, a total of 13 candidates scored 100 per cent. While in the Physics Chemistry Biology (PCB) group another 13 got 100 percent.
Ekansh Ravi Shankar from Andheri is one of the 13 candidates who scored 100 percent in the PCM group. The MHT-CET result was just a bonus for Ekansh, who has already planned his course after the JEE Advanced result was out. With an all-India rank of 49 in JEE Advanced, Ekansh hopes to join computer engineering at IIT Bombay.
“After checking the answer sheet. I was sure of scoring well in MHT-CET. But my focus has always been JEE,” said Ekansh, who started preparing for his target in Class 7 with a core course from PACE Coaching Institute for JEE.