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Maharashtra CET Result 2018 announced: Abhang Aditya Subhash becomes MHT CET 2018 topper with 195 marks


Maharashtra CET Result 2018: The MHT CET 2018 results have been declared by DTE Maharashtra. Candidates who had appeared for the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (CET) can check their result from the official website dtemaharashtra.gov.in.


Abhang Aditya Subhash has topped the exam in PCM with 195 marks. The second rank is shared by four candidates, Rathi Khushal Vinod, Ameya Dileep Zarkar, Vakharia Priyesh Rajesh and Ruchirank, each with 191 marks.


Visit the official website of DTE Maharashtra, dtemaharashtra.gov.in

Click on the link “Visit DTE Home Page”

On next page, click on CET 2018 tab and then click on MHT CET link given under undergraduate programmes

On next page, click on Candidates Login

Enter your Application number, password and security key on next page

Click submit button and check your MHT CET 2018 results from next page

In total, there were four sets of papers with codes 11, 22, 33 and 44. Around 32,000 personnel were deployed for the exam in 1,260 exam centres across 36 districts.


The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHT CET) 2018 was conducted on May 10, 2018. The exam is held for admissions to engineering and pharmacy courses in the various colleges in the state.
Last year, DTE notified that though there will be no negative marking, however, the difficulty level in maths, physics and chemistry will be at par with JEE Main. For biology, the difficulty level will be of NEET level.

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