MAH-MBA/MMS CET 2018 will be conducted in March 2018 for MBA & MMS courses. Get details on Exam Date & Pattern, Syllabus & Hall Ticket download
Updated: Saturday, 15 April, 2017 02:30 PM
|MAH CET Test 2018 Important Dates|
|MAH CET Exam Date (Online MAH-MBA/MMS-CET 2018)||
|Issue of Hall Ticket||Feb 2018|
|Result declaration||March 2018|
|Online registration Start Date||January 2018|
|Online registration End Date||February 2018|
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|Commencement of on-line registration of application||January 2018|
|Closure of registration of application||February 2018|
|Closure for editing application details||February 2018|
|Last date for printing your application||February 2018|
|Online Fee Payment||
January to February 2018
The state MBA/MMS CET is online exam conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) for the admission in the MBA colleges in Maharashtra.MAH CET 2018 will be conducted in March 2018 for MBA & MMS courses.
Government of Maharashtra has established a State Common Entrance Test Cell (CET CELL)
under Admission Regulating Authority (ARA). The Competent Authority shall conduct the MAH- MBA/MMS CET 2018 for admission to First Year of Post Graduate Degree Courses in Management (MBA/MMS) in various institutes in Maharashtra, for Academic Year 2018-19.
There are more than 200 institutes those come under different universities in Maharashtra in which admission is through MAHCET. It is administered by the Competent Authority on its own or in collaboration with professional Agencies which holds a record of its competence and experience of personnel selection through competitive examinations.
VERBAL ABILITY AND READING COMPREHENSION
This is to test your English language. In this test there will be passages with
questions based on their contents to test your comprehension. Your English Language ability would
be tested through questions on grammar, vocabulary, sentence completion, synonyms, antonyms,
comprehension of passages etc. Your English language ability would be tested through questions on
(1) understanding of the contents of the passage and (2) choice of appropriate words, phrases,
expressions and similar language skills.
This test helps to know how fast and accurate you can work with numbers, do numerical
calculations understand various arithmetic problems involving ratio and proportion, percentage,
etc. This test also helps to measure your power of quantitative reasoning, interpretation of tables,
common graphs and charts.
LOGICAL / ABSTRACT REASONING
This measures how quickly and accurately you can think. This test may have questions based
on figures and diagrams and also questions on verbal reasoning.
Topics to be covered are:
|Topics||No. Of Questions||Marks per Question||Maximum Marks||Total Marks||Test Duration|
|Logical Reasoning||75||1||75||200||150 Minutes|
|Verbal Ability/ Reading Comprehension||50||1||50|
The Eligibility Criteria is as below:
Passed with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate (45% in case of candidates of backward class categories belonging to Maharashtra State only) in any Bachelor’s Degree of minimum three years duration in any discipline recognized by the Association of Indian Universities.
Eligibility Criteria for admission to Maharashtra State candidates:
Candidate should be an Indian National and should possess basic qualification as specified above. Appeared for MAH-MBA/MMS-CET .
Eligibility Criteria for admission against All India Seats:
For Maharashtra State Candidates & outside Maharashtra State (OMS) candidates should be an Indian National and should possess basic qualification as specified above Appeared for CAT (conducted by IIMs) /JMET (conducted by IITs) / MAT (conducted by AIMA in February) AIMA (conducted by AIMS)/ XAT (conducted by XLRI) for seeking admission to MBA/MMS in the current academic year. Such candidates are required to appear for GD & PI conducted by the Competent Authority of Maharashtra State for current academic year.
Online Application - Steps for Registration
Validity of the test score is till one year.
Application form processing fees has to be paid through online system only by Internet Payment, Credit Card/ Debit Card (RuPay/Visa/MasterCard/Maestro), Internet Banking, IMPS, Cash Cards/ Mobile Wallets for which the service charges, as per rules, shall be applicable in addition to the application form processing fees.
|For Open Category Candidates from Maharashtra State, Outside Maharashtra State (OMS), J & K Migrant candidates and NRI/Foreign Nationals / PIO/Children of Indian Workers in the Gulf Countries Candidates||Rs. 1000|
|For Candidates of Backward Class Categories [SC, ST, VJ/DT- NT(A), NT(B), NT(C), NT(D), OBC, SBC] and Persons with Disability Candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only.||Rs. 800|
The Common Entrance Test - Maharashtra (CET) is conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education and is accepted by close to 298 Institutes in Maharashtra.Courses you can apply for:
The seats distribution is as follows
|Sr. No.||Name of University||No Collages / Institutes under University||Intake Capacity|
|05||Swami RamanandTirthaMarathwada University||09||765|
|06||North Maharashtra University||10||780|
|07||Dr. BabasahebAmbedkarMarathwada University||19||1980|
|09||RTM Nagpur University||55||4680|
|10||SNDT Women’s University||01||60|
The distribution of Seats are categorized as under
|Sr. No.||Type of Institute||Maharashtra State Seats||All India Seats||Institute level Seats||Minority Community Seats|
|Other than Home
candidates her than
|01||University Department and Government Institute||70 %||15 %||15 %||-||-|
|02||Institute under SNDT Women’s University||85% (State Level seats)
|03||Unaided Non-minority Institutes||15 %||20%||-|
|04||Unaided Minority Institutes||70 % of
|30 % of
|15 % seats under CAP||20 %||Min 51 %|
CAP Seats = Sanctioned Intake – (Minority Seats+ Institute Level Seats)
Centralized Admission Process (CAP): For the academic year 2018-20, the Competent Authority shall conduct total four (4) rounds of Centralized Admission. The CAP shall consist of first three (3) rounds by Centralized Allotment wherein eligible candidates will fill separate Online Option forms for respective rounds. Fourth round of CAP shall be conducted by way of counseling only for the eligible Maharashtra State candidates
Stages of Centralized Admission Process (CAP) are as follows
MAH- CET paper that was held last was nothing short of traumatic for most of the students. It was by far the toughest one out of the last 8 years CET papers. The question types, the paper pattern and the distribution of marks were different when compared to the last 8 years papers. The paper had many speed breakers which shouldn’t have been attempted by the students.
Last MAHCET Paper Pattern
|Q Nos||Area||Type of Question||Level of Difficulty|
|1||Verbal Reasoning||Small passage and inference on that||Difficult|
|2 to 5||Verbal reasoning||Passage + 5 statements + Effect, Conclusion, Weakening , Substantiate||Easy|
|6 to10||Analytical Reasoning||Number Series ( Two Rows)||Moderate|
|11 to 17||Verbal Ability||Reading Comprehension||Easy|
|18 to 20||Quantitative Ability||HCF, P& C and Geometry||Moderate|
|21 to 22||Data Sufficiency||Quant based DS with two statements||Moderate|
|23||Quantitative Ability||Question on Arithmetic Progression||Difficult|
|24 to 27||Verbal Reasoning||Passage + 5 statements + Apprehension, assumption , Weakening , Course of action,||Moderate|
|28 to 33||Verbal Ability||Reading Comprehension||Moderate|
|34 to 39||Quantitative Ability||Quantitative Comparison||Moderate|
|40 to 45||Analytical Reasoning||Deductions||Easy|
|46 to 57||Verbal Ability||Reading Comprehension: View and counter-view||Moderate|
|58 to 66||Quantitative Ability||Geometry, Mensuration, Numbers, Ages, Partnership, SI, Equations||Moderate|
|67 to 71||Non-verbal Reasoning||Analogy||Easy|
|72||Verbal Reasoning||Weakening the Argument||Moderate|
|74 to 75||Quantitative Ability||Geometry : Circle inscribed in a square||Moderate|
|76 to 77||Quantitative Ability||Geometry : Pythagoras Theorem||Easy|
|78 to 82||Non-verbal Reasoning||Series : Five Fig series - Find missing fig.||Moderate|
|83 to 92||Verbal Ability||Cloze Passage||Easy|
|93 to 97||Data Interpretation||Line Graph : Expenditure on Arms by different countries||Easy|
|98 to 105||Analytical Puzzles||Circular Arrangement : Arrangement and blood Relations||Difficult|
|106 to 108||Verbal Ability||Insert the missing sentence||Moderate|
|109 to 113||Non-verbal Reasoning||Odd man out : Dissimilar Pair||Easy|
|114 to 118||Data Interpretation||Table : Scores of students in QA, Verbal, Reasoning and Cut off||Very Easy|
|119 to 125||Verbal Ability||Reading Comprehension||Moderate|
|126 to 132||Analytical Puzzles||Car Parking||Difficult|
|133 to 137||Non Venal Reasoning||Series : Five Figure series - find next Figure||Moderate|
|138 to 145||Verbal Ability||Assumption, Cause, Inference||Easy|
|146 to 147||Analytical Puzzles||Arranging Students according their weights||Easy|
|148 to 152||Data Interpretation||Table : Income and Exp of Four Families for Jan, Feb and March||Easy|
|153 to 155||Analytical Puzzles||Circular Arrangement||Difficult|
|156 to 157||Analytical Reasoning||Direction Sense||Easy|
|158 to 160||Data Sufficiency||Logic based DS with two statements||Easy|
|161 to 165||Verbal Ability||Error Spotting||Easy|
|166 to 170||Analytical Reasoning||Coding||Easy|
|171 to 175||Non-verbal Reasoning||Series : Five Fig series - Find next Fig||Moderate|
|176 to 180||Data Interpretation||Pie Charts : Contribution of Industrial sectors to GDP in 2008 and 2009||Difficult|
|181 to 185||Analytical Puzzles||Seven people owing seven floors and six Business Houses||Easy|
|186 to 191||Analytical Reasoning||Input and Output||Moderate|
|192 to 195||Analytical Puzzles||Five people going for industrial visit in a week from Mon to Sun||Easy|
|196||Analytical Reasoning||Formation of a word from selected letters of the word||Moderate|
|197 to 199||Analytical Reasoning||Odd Man Out from given Five words||Easy|
|200||Analytical Reasoning||Analogy : Words||Easy|
|No. Of Questions|
|Non Verbal Reasoning||25|
|Quantitative Ability : Pure Math||18|
This area had the maximum number of questions in the paper. The students were stumped to see a set on circular arrangement in which the people were facing inside or outside. The other difficult set was the one in which the student had to consider blood relations when considering the circular arrangement. The smart thing to do was to leave these sets alone and focus on the others. A good score in this section would have been around 12 marks.
This was the easiest section in the paper. There were no surprises at all as fast as the types of questions were concerned. However, the presence of Input Output questions prima-facie would have made the student to jump to attempt them but once into the questions they would have come across a surprise. The method used is quite different from the traditional methods. It would have taken the students a lot of time to understand the pattern. This was a high scoring area and a good score would have been around 26 marks.
This section also remained true to expectations and the sets were easy to attempt. There was a set consisting of 2 pie-charts which was difficult. The remaining sets were easy to understand and involved moderate calculation. A good score would have been around 16 marks.
DS Questions were easy. Quant based Data sufficiency questions could have been solved if one knew the basic concepts of Numbers. Logic based DS questions were based on concepts like coding.
After finding a few difficult questions in Analytical puzzles, the wise move was to solve Non-verbal Reasoning. Analogy and similar pair questions were easy and one could have scored 7 out of 10. Remaining 15 questions were based on series. The key to solve these questions was to work on options and eliminate the options to get the final correct answer. Someone who was familiar with the basic concepts of series type’s questions could have easily scored 8 marks. Hence, a good score would have been around 15 marks.
Almost all the students were turning the pages eagerly to find BODMAS and Approximations questions. But there was not a single BODMAS question in the paper against students’ expectation of 10 questions. Many students panicked on seeing 8 questions on Geometry. But out of these 8 questions 5 questions were easily solvable using concepts like Area and circumference of circle, Pythagoras theorem, Area of square. The questions on other topics like Numbers, Ages, Partnership, Simple interest, Equations were quite manageable.
Though the format was different, students were familiar with these types of questions. A score of 4 will be a good score.
Any student who had hoped to skip RC in the exam would have been dismayed to find that it dominated the verbal section with 4 passages and 32 questions. This is more than a 100% jump, from 15 questions till last year to 32 questions this year. The nature of questions also underwent a shift, from direct ones to inference and partially inference types. But, the passages on financial reforms and UMC were easy to attempt. The one which stunned the students was the passage which presented both, the view and the counter-view on a topic. It was lengthy, difficult to understand and not something the student would have encountered before. And to add to all these, it had 12 questions which tempted to students to have a go at it.
This section provided some relief to the students as it did not spring any surprises. The cloze passage was very easy, as were the sentence correction and paragraph completion questions.
“What have I done to deserve these questions?” This was the lament heard all around where verbal reasoning was concerned. The questions were only 19 in number, but since they were scattered throughout the paper, they seemed more than 19. Such questions have never before been seen in the CET. However, a student who had focused on the concepts of assumptions, conclusions and inferences would have found these questions manageable. A calm approach and a careful reading of these questions would have surely helped the students attempt this section with confidence instead of bemoaning their fate. Overall, the paper can be classified as a difficult one.
Reference Books for MAH MBA/MMS CET
The prime quality that a prospective candidate must have is to budget his/her time realistically. The time which one spends on study sessions should consist of enough varieties in terms of their area of specialization and also include many other activities to prevent loss of proper effectiveness. Candidates can also depend on various coaching centers which will help them to have an idea on time management, creativity, Language efficiency etc. Track current affairs up to date for creating proper awareness about what is happening around.
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Hall Ticket can be downloaded in Feb 2018. Candidates will have to visit the http://www.dtemaharashtra.gov.in/mba2017/StaticPages/DTEHome.html website for downloading Hall Ticket for online test. Intimation for downloading Hall Ticket will also be sent through email/SMS. Once the candidate clicks the relevant link, he/she can access the window for Hall Ticket download. The candidate is required to use
(i) Registration Number/Roll Number
(ii) Password/Date of Birth for downloading the Hall Ticket. Candidate needs to affix recent recognizable photograph on the Hall Ticket preferably the same as provided during registration and appear at the examination centre with
(i) Hall Ticket
(ii) Photo Identity Proof as stipulated below and also specified in the Hall Ticket and Photo Identity Proof as brought in original.
You can also mail your query in regard to MAH -CET at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Team MBA Rendezvous wishes you all the success in the upcoming MAHCET , March 2018 Exam!!
MBA/MMS CET is online exam conducted by the DTE for the admission in the MBA colleges in Maharashtra. MAH CET 2018 will be conducted in 2018 for MBA & MMS courses.
The state MBA/MMS CET is online exam conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) for the admission in the MBA colleges in Maharashtra. MAH CET 2018 will be conducted on 12th and 13th March 2018.