Maharashtra Common Entrance Test Cell annnounces the results for MAH - B.Ed (General & Special) and B.Ed (ELCT) CET 2020. Candidates who appeared for the Maha B.Ed CET 2020 can check their results online at the official website info.mahacet.org. Commissioner, State CET Cell being a Competent Authority for MAH B.Ed CET 2020, would issue intimation in regarding the B.Ed CET exam results.
Earlier, CET Cell conducted the B.Ed Common Entrance Test (CET) on 21, 22, and 23 October 2020 in multiple sessions, in selected Centers in the State of Maharashtra. The on-Line CET comprised of one paper with three sections-Mental Ability, General Knowledge, and Teacher Aptitude. The MAH B.Ed. CET 2020 Test was held in English and Marathi, whereas, the B.Ed ELCT 2020 Test was held in English. Here're the direct links to check the availability of the MAHA B.Ed CET results for the October held Common Entrance Test.
MAH CET B.Ed was conducted for the regular Graduates in School subjects and Post Graduates in Junior College subjects in Two Year Regular B.Ed. Course. B.Ed Special Education was held for candidates who have an inclination of working for Children with Special Needs can opt for Special Education B.Ed. According to the reports, MAHA CET Cell scheduled the result on November 9, 2020. Following the official website info.mahacet.org, a student using his/ her CET hall ticket number or Roll Number can check Entrance result, rank card, and eligibility status for Maha B.Ed Counselling.
MAH B.Ed (General & Special) Result 2020
For candidates desirous of seeking admission in Special Education Colleges and appear for MAH-B.Ed- CET 2020.
MAH B.Ed English Language Content Test (ELCT) Result 2020
For Candidates who desire to seek admission in English Medium Colleges of Education will have to appear for B.Ed. ELCT Examination along with MAH. B.Ed. CET 2020.
The Score of online Examination- The score will be obtained by adopting the following procedure- i) Number of questions answered correctly by a candidate in each objective test is considered for arriving at the corrected score. ii) The corrected score so obtained by a candidate are made equivalent to take care of the minor difference in difficulty level, if any, in each of the objective test, held in the different sessions to arrive at the equated Score.