The Common Entrance Test Cell (CET Cell) of Maharashtra has decided to conduct the MHT CET PCM/PCB exam on September 20, 2021 (Monday). The cell has already released the admit card of MHT CET (PCM Group) leaving behind the PCB Group of which the admit card is yet to be released. In view of this, thousands of students demand the concerned authority to soon release the admit card.
On Thursday, PCB students kept pushing their search on cetcell.mahacet.org seeking an update of their admit card. Trends show that searching for the MHT CET PCB admit card on google hiked after cell released the admit card for PCM Group and exponentially increased after Wednesday.
According to the media reports, the admit card for the PCB group may be released on Thursday evening or early Friday. However, any official update on the release of the PCB admit card is yet to be made on the website.
September 20: The admit card of PCB Group has not yet been released. The candidates are asked to keep visiting the website cetcell.mahacet.org.
September 18: MHT CET PCB Group admit card has been delayed. The link to download the admit card is expected to be released today.
There are possibilities that MHT CET PCB Exam may be postponed, however, any official update regarding this has not yet been released.
September 17: The admit card for the PCB group is expected to be released anytime soon. The candidates are asked to keep a check at the official site.
Once the admit card is released, the candidates who have registered for the MHT CET for PCB Group will be able to check and download their admit cards using their registration id and date of birth. The entrance test will pave the way forward for admissions to medical, agriculture, and pharmacy colleges in Maharashtra.
According to the schedule released by the Maharashtra Government for different Common Entrance Tests, MHT CET (PCB Group) examination will be held on September 20, 2021. MHT CET 2021 for PCB will be held in two sessions i.e Morning session and Evening session. The morning session exam will commence at 09:00 am and over at 12:00 noon. The second shift paper will be held from 02.00 pm to 05.00 pm. The exam will be held following the social distancing and safety protocols at all examination centres across the state.
The online computer-based test will consist of 200 multiple-choice questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology subjects. The candidate will be given a total of 03 hours (180 minutes) time duration to attempt all the questions.