MHT CET PCB Result 2020 Announced, Anish Jagadale tops the exam, here's direct link

The Maharashtra CET Cell on Sunday, announced the MHT-CET PCB 2020 results. A total 19 candidates scored the full marks or hundred percentile in the MHT CET Physics, Chemistry, and Biology group examination 2020. Here the result link to check the score is given.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Nov 29, 2020 10:41 IST
MHT CET PCB Result 2020 Announced, Anish Jagadale tops the exam, here's direct link
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MHT CET PCB Result 2020: The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test Cell organized MHT CET PCB results have been declared. According to the press note on results, Anish Arvind Jagadale tops the PCB (Medical cadre) common entrance test with 100 per cent score. Candidates who appeared for the October-Nov 2020 held MHT CET examination can check their score or result at direct link shared.

"A total nineteen candidates have scored full marks in the PCB examination, Anish Jagadale tops the exam in boys category, whereas, Varsha Kushwaha tops in gilrs category. All nineteen candidates score 100 per cent marks, Press note reads.

The results of the MHT CET PCB result 2020 was to be declared on November 28, which later delayed due to administrative reasons and finally declared on Nov 29, 2020 (Sunday). The results are available at mahaonline.gov.in and cetcell.mahacet.org. CET Cell has also announced results of MHT CET PCM group on Sunday. A total 41 candidates have scored full marks in the CETs.

Chemistry, Physics, and Biology (PCB) groups. Candidates who appeared for the online test held in October-November  2020 can check their results using their login credentials. Here is direct link to check results- https://mhtcet2020.mahaonline.gov.in / mahaonline.gov.in, cetcell.mahacet.org.

Earlier the MHT CET PCB examination was held successfully on 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th October 2020. The PCB question paper contained Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) with four Answer Options for each question. In the Physics, Chemistry & Biology subjects each question was of one mark.

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