MHT-CET on May 10

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 09 May 2018 09:40:21

 


MHT CET on May 10 Gulabrao Thakre


Staff Reporter,

Centres and Number of Students appearing in
MHT CET 2018 in Nagpur Division

District   Centres No of Students
Wardha   18 5,632
Nagpur   64 26,361
Bhandara   14 5,082
Gondia   20 4,498
Chandrapur   26 7,269
Gadchiroli   9 2,185
Total   151 51,027

Reach early at centres to avoid rush before exam, Joint Director Technical Education advises students

Important instructions

Do not bring any gadget including mathematical tables, mobile phones, calculators, bluetooth devices etc in exam centres.

Darken only one circle completely for answering each question.

Ensure that you have correctly filled up your Roll Number, Question Booklet Number and Question Booklet Version Number in your OMR answer sheet and sign at space provided.

The candidate will not be allowed to leave the hall during the examination.

On completion of examination, candidates must handover the OMR answer sheet to the invigilator.

 

The Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra is going to conduct the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHT-CET 2018) for providing admissions in engineering, agriculture, technology and pharmacy courses on May 10.
Candidates who are seeking admission in such courses in Government and private colleges have to go through MHT-CET examination.


Addressing a press conference on Tuesday, Gulabrao Thakre, Joint Director, Technical Education, said, “This year, total 4,35,606 candidates are appearing in MHT-CET from all over Maharashtra and 51,027 from Nagpur division.” The Nagpur division is divided in six districts and the examination will be conducted in 151 centres in the division. In Nagpur division, total 56 BE or B Tech and 16 B Pharm institutes are there. Thakre informed, “The Physics Chemistry Mathematics Biology (PCMB) that includes pharma course will start at 10 am but students have to reach at centre before 9.15 am. While the next exam will start at 12.30 pm and the last one will be held at 3 pm.”


The Metro Rail and cement road construction work is going on in every part of the city, hence, Thakre appealed stu
dents to reach their centres at least half an hour before to avoid any rush and traffic on examination day. He, especially, advised candidates who got centres on Hingna Road colleges to reach early at their centres.


Candidates have to bring black ball point pen and clip board along with their admit cards; The person with disability shall bring original disability certificate, scribe and scribe form as applicable; Identity proof such as PAN Card, Aadhaar Card, Driving Licence, Passport, Voter ID Card etc are mandatory to bring along with Admit Card at centres.
The Regional Office of Technical Education has launched a help line number 0712-6465148 for candidates and can contact Gulabrao Thakre, Joint Director, Technical Education on 9423403320, Dr S R Kukadpawar, Assistant Director on 9881000804, S S Tadas on 9422808712 and S R Uike on 9422111260 for any query.