MHT CET 2022 Admit Card releasing TODAY on mahacet.org- here’s how to download
The MHT CET for the PCM group will be held from August 5 to August 11, 2022, whereas the MHT CET exams for the PCB group will be held from August 12 to August 20, 2022.
MHT CET Admit Card 2022: Today, on July 26, 2022, the admit card for the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test, or MHT CET 2022, will be made available. At the official website, mhtcet2022.mahacet.org, candidates can retrieve their admission cards. The MHT CET exams for the PCM group will be held from August 5 through August 11, 2022, and those for the PCB group will be held from August 12 through August 20, 2022.
The MHT-CET was initially planned to run from June 11 to June 28. Due to conflicts with other tests, the Maharashtra government postponed the MHT-CET. The original dates clashed with the new IIT JEE dates, hence it was decided to postpone the exams (Joint Entrance Exam).
MHT CET 2022 admit card: Here’s how to download
Step 1: Visit mhtcet2022.mahacet.org 2022 to access the official MHT CET website.
Step 2: Select the link for the MHT CET admission card.
Step 3: Candidates must enter application number and password in the candidate portal.
Step 4: The MHT CET 2022 admit card will show up on the screen.
Step 5:Take a printout of the MHT CET 2022 admission card after reviewing all the information.
MHT CET 2022: Important dates
|MHT CET 2022 admit card (PCM)||July 26, 2022 (TODAY)|
|MHT CET admit card 2022 release time||Likely by 2 pm|
|MHT CET PCM exam dates||August 5 to 11, 2022|
Examine every piece of information on your MHT CET 2022 admittance card attentively. Candidates should immediately get in touch with the authorities if there is a discrepancy or inaccuracy in the information on their MHT CET admittance card. Candidates will be given an undertaking form to fill out by the authorities if they have problems with the information on their MHT CET hall ticket 2022.
The performance of students in Class 12 and the Common Entrance Test (CET) in Maharashtra will be taken into equal consideration when determining the merit list for undergraduate professional and technical courses starting in the following academic year, according to Uday Samant, the state’s minister of higher and technical education.