Mumbai: The uncertainty over Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHT-CET) has come to an end, with the state CET Cell announcing that the exam will finally be held between October 1 and 20.
In a notice put up on its website on Wednesday (September 9), CET Cell informed that the examinations of Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB) group will be held from October 1 and 9, while the Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) test will be held from October 12 to 20.
Taken after class 12, MHT-CET is used to screen aspirants for various undergraduate engineering, pharmacy and agriculture courses in the state. It’s the biggest entrance exam of the state, with as many as 5,32,361 candidates registering for it this year.
The test was initially scheduled to be held in April but was postponed to July and August due to Covid-19 pandemic. The dates have now been revised once again according directions of the state government. However, the state CET Cell is yet to disclose details about the format of the test, which was held online last year at designated exam centres.