MAH CET Results 2020, Check Merit List, Syllabus, Score Card

Result Date : 31st March 2020

MAH CET Result 2020

MAH CET Result 2020 Live Updates

  • 16th March 2020
    The MAH CET 2020 exam result will be declared on 31st March 2020. The download of MAH CET 2020 scorecard will start from the same day. So far there is no change in the schedule due to the ongoing spread of Coronavirus in India.
  • 15th March 2020
    Morning and evening slot exams start by 10 am and 2 pm at all MAHCET exam centres respectively.
  • 15th March 2020
    MAHCET 2020 exam takes place as scheduled. No cancellations reported due to the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Morning slot exam starts on time by 10 am. The students enter respective exam halls 45 to 60 minutes before the exam time. The afternoon slot exam begins by 2 pm.
  • 1st March 2020
    Download of MBA CET 2020 Admit Card starts.
  • 22nd Feb 2020
    Last date of MAHCET 2020 registration.

The MAH CET MBA was organised by the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra on 14th and 15th March 2020. The fate of thousands of ambitious young aspirants depends on this exam as the MAH CET MBA is a direct ticket to around 400 colleges in Maharashtra including JBIMS, SIMSREE, PUMBA and K J Somaiya among others.

MAH CET Result 2020

The results of the MAH CET MBA will be declared on 31st March 2020. The results will be available only through online mode, which can be accessed through candidate’s Registration ID and Date of Birth. The MAH CET Result 2020, will be declared in the form of score card, percentile and All India Rank.

MAH CET 2020 Scorecard Download

Steps to check MAH CET 2020 exam result and download the MBA CET scorecard 2020:

  1. Go to the official website -
  2. Click on MAH-MBA/MMS CET-2020 Result tab
  3. Enter login and password
  4. Check MAH CET 2020 exam result
  5. Download MAH CET 2020 scorecard

MAH CET 2020 Scorecard Details

The important details printed in the MAH CET 2020 Scorecard:

  1. Candidate’s name
  2. Candidate’s MAH CET 2020 registration number
  3. Candidate’s roll number
  4. MAH CET 2020 score (overall)
  5. MAH CET 2020 percentage (overall)

MAH CET 2020 score will be valid for admission for one year only. The score will be valid for admission to 2020-2022 batch of MBA programmes only. The MAH CET 2020 scorecards will not be sent by post. Each applicant must download individual scorecards from the official website after the result is declared.

MAH CET result will be declared on March 31st 2020 and the scorecard can be downloaded shortly after the declaration of the result.

MAH CET 2020 Result: Important Dates

MAH CET 2020 Result 31st March 2020
MAH CET 2020 Scorecard Download 31st March 2020 onwards
MAH CET 2020 Provisional Merit List & Submission of Grievance June – July 2020
MAH CET 2020 Final Merit List July 2020
MAH CET 2020 CAP Round 1 1st Week of July 2020
MAH CET 2020 CAP Round 2 2nd Week of July 2020
MAH CET 2020 CAP Round 3 3rd Week of July 2020

Highlights of 2020 MAH CET Exam

  Day 1, Slot 1 Day 1, Slot 2 Day 2, Slot 3 Day 2, Slot 4
Logical Reasoning Tough and Lengthy Easy to Moderate Tough and Lengthy Moderate and Lengthy
Abstract Reasoning Tough and Lengthy Moderate and Lengthy Moderate and Lengthy Moderate and Lengthy
Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension Moderate and Doable Moderate and Lengthy Easy and Lengthy Moderate and Lengthy
Quantitative Aptitude Easy and Doable Easy and Doable Easy and Lengthy Easy to Moderate

MAH CET 2020 Result: Assessment

According to the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra, the assessment of the MAH CET MBA 2020 papers will be done in the following way:

  1. Each candidate will get 1 mark for every correct answer. The total questions are 200.
  2. There are no negative marks for the wrong answer.
  3. The correct score of MAH CET MBA 2020 will be calculated based on the number of questions answered correctly by candidates in each objective test.
  4. The correct scores will be equated to adjust the difficulty level of question paper set since the exam is conducted in multiple sessions.
  5. The section-wise and total score with decimal points is calculated up to two digits.

MAH CET Cutoff

The cutoff of MAH CET 2020 for the candidates will be released by DTE Maharashtra. Candidates who clear the MAH CET 2020 cut off are then called for counselling rounds. Over the years, students with scores in the range of 135-145 have been called by top colleges of Maharashtra.

Based on the difficulty level and student reactions, the raw score v/s percentile is:

Raw Score Percentile
140 – 149 99.9+
132 – 139 99.8+
129 – 131 99.7+
125 – 128 99.5+
119 – 124 99+

Note: The actual scores will be normalized and may deviate from the projections being made.

MAH CET 2020: College-wise Expected Cutoff

MAHCET 2020 cutoff is released category-wise. The various categories are –
-    Home University – HU (Open, SC, ST, OBC)
-    Outside HU – OHU (Open, SC, ST, OBC)
-    OMS / AI

MAHCET 2020 Participating College Expected cutoff (range across all categories)
JBIMS 112 – 135
SIMSREE 102 – 124
WE School 98 – 117
PUMBA 93 – 112
SIES 92 – 117
NLDIMSR 92 – 117
XIMR 85 - 102

MAH CET Counselling Process 2020

After final MAH CET 2020 result is declared, a Centralised Admission Process (CAP) rounds is conducted. It starts around the second week of May 2020 up till the first week of June 2020. The ranks of the candidates are determined according to their score in the MAH CET 2020 Exam. They are allotted respective colleges.

After the completion of the MAH CET counselling rounds (CAP round), the final list of selected candidates is declared tentatively during the third week of June 2020.


After the merit list is out, the lengthy process of CAP rounds begins. The process involves the following steps:

  1. Verification of documents- As the dates for the CAP rounds process are declared, candidates need to fill and submit an online Application Form and visit the Facilitation Centres in person to complete the Documents Verification process.
  2. Provisional Merit List- Once the verification is done, a provisional merit list, prepared on the basis of the candidates’ entrance test, category and university type is uploaded on the website. The candidates must check the details and carefully and in case of any error, must visit the Facilitation Centre.
  3. Final List- The DTE will display the Final Merit List on the website. The candidates must make a note of the State General Merit Number and All India Merit Number.
  4. Submission of online option form- Candidates must login and fill up their course preferences and institutions in the online option form. Candidates can fill minimum 1 and maximum 300 choices in decreasing order of their preference.
  5. Allotment of seats for CAP I, II and III- The DTE displays a provisional allotment of CAP Round I indicating allotted institutes and courses. The candidates have the option to either Freeze the seat (which means they are happy with their allotted course and institute and do not wish to participate in further CAP Rounds) or Slide (which means they want to be considered for further CAP Rounds if they get an academic program of higher preference) or Float (which means that they accept the offered seat and institution but want to participate in further CAP Rounds for admission to academic program of higher preference in any institution).
  6. Confirming admission- Candidates must report to the allotted institute and confirm his/her admission by submitting the required documents and fees.

MAH CET Counselling Process 2020

The Government of Maharashtra has announced that 15% seats will be open for All India candidates exclusively, the rest will be reserved for Maharashtra students.

The MAH CET 2020 Result will be accepted by over 400 business schools in Maharashtra.

MAH CET MBA Syllabus

The MAH CET MBA comprises 200 multiple choice objective type questions, to be done in 2.5 hours. The syllabus for the exam covers the following areas:

  1. Logical Reasoning/Abstract Reasoning- This section tests the candidate’s mental sharpness. Questions based on diagrams, figures and verbal reasoning are designed to measure how swiftly and accurately can a candidate think.
  2. Quantitative Aptitude- This section tests the candidate’s ability and ease with numbers, graphs, interpretation of tables and charts. Questions on ratio and proportion, percentage, speed and distance, simple and compound interest and others, helps measure the quantitative aptitude of candidates.
  3. Verbal Ability/Reading Comprehension- This section tests the language ability of the candidates and includes reading comprehensions, grammar, vocabulary, sentence completion and so on.