MHT CET Application Form 2020 was released and candidates can now fill the application form online. The last date to fill the application is 29th February 2020 by 11:59 pm (1159 hours). A candidate can visit the official website – http://cetcell.mahacet.org/ – to start off the application process.
To fill the application form, a fee of Rs. 800 will be charged.
Also, if a candidate will fill the application form after 29th February 2020 11:59 pm, a late fee of Rs. 500 will be charged over and above the mandatory fee. Any and all 12th/HSC (Higher Secondary Certificate) pass candidates will be eligible to register for the MHT CET 2020, the candidates will be needing a valid mobile number, email Id.
In order to fill the application form, a candidate must provide the mandatory documents and information, along with a (recent) passport-size photo and signature, all in JPG format. Candidates who have or would have successfully filled the application form will be able to download their Admit Card on the 5th April 2020.
In order to successfully fill the MHT CET Application Form a candidate will have to complete 5 steps, but before that let us take a look at some of the important information that you will need.
How To Fill MHT CET Application Form 2020?
In order to apply for Maharashtra Health and Technical Common Entrance Test , candidates will have to fill online application, which they can do between 7th January and 7th of March 2020, however, late fees will be charged on application filled after 29th February 2020. There are a total of 5 steps that one will have to complete in order to successfully register for MHT CET exam.
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Step 1: Registration
To start off with the application process, visit the official website at mahacet.org and click on “MHA-CET 2020”. In a new tab will open enlisting all the details of MHT CET 2020, on the left side of the page you will see the option “Registration (For New Candidates)”. Once you click on the option, you will need to enter your details to register yourself.
Step 2: Filling Information
Once a candidate has successfully registered, he/she can start filling the application form which will need correct information, such as, Personal, Contact, Educational, Category he/she belongs to, and other details.
Additionally, the candidate will have to choose the MHT CET 2020 he/she wants to appear in, PCM/PCB. A password will have to be created which will be required while filling the application form. The password must contain at least 1 uppercase character, 1 numeral, and 1 lowercase character.
Once completed, the candidate shall click on “I Agree” once he/she has carefully filled and checked the points mentioned.
Please Note: Make sure you cross-check the information you have provided in the application form before hitting the submit button as information like Email ID, Mobile Number, Father’s Name, Date of Birth, and some more because you will not be allowed to edit or make any changes to them.
Step 3: Upload Images
Click on the tab that says “Upload Photo & Signature”. There is a set standard that the candidate must follow in order to successfully upload the necessary images.
- The size of the image should not be over 50 KB and must be over 15 KB and must have white background.
- The image of your signature should not be less than 5 KB and more than 20 KB in size, and must have white background
- The ID Proof that the candidate wishes to upload must be in PDF format, and should not be less than 15KB and more than 256 KB in size with white background.
- Image in JPEG/JPG format will be admissible, no other format will be accepted.
Step 4: Fees Payment
The MHT CET Application Form 2020 Fees must be paid online, and can be paid via Credit Card, Debit Card, NetBanking, Mobile Wallets and some more options. The service charge of online payment, if any, will be borne by the candidate only. Additionally, MHT CET Application Form Fees is non-refundable and also cannot be transferred to any other candidate. If a candidate is completing the application after 29th February 2020, Rs. 500 will be charged as Late Fee Charges irrespective of the category.
Step 5: Confirmation
After completing the application form and making the payment , you will be redirected to the confirmation page. The candidate are advised to take a print out of the Confirmation Page for future references.
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Documents Required For MHT CET Application 2020:
The documents that will be needed in order to fill the MHT CET Application Form 2020 are:
- Address Proof
- Marksheet of Class 10th
- Marksheet of Class 12th
- Category Certificate, if any
- Scanned passport size photograph and signature.
Test Format For Maharashtra Health and Technical Common Entrance Test 2020:
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q. 1: When does the Online Registration for MHT CET 2020 start and end?
Answer: The online Registration for MHT CET exam 2020 has already started (from January 7th) and will continue until 7th March 2020. However, a late fees will be charged on the application completed after 29th of February 2020. The fee to fill MHT CET Application Form 2020 is Rs. 800, though relaxation is given to some categories.
Q.2: Do I need to report to any MHT CET office for Online registration?
Answer: No intimation has to be provided to MHT CET office(s) for online registration, once you successfully complete the registration and fill the application form, the office will automatically know of your application.
Q.3: Do I need any documents to get registered Online?
Answer: No. You are not required to upload any documents in order to register or fill the application form for MHT CET 2020, however, it is advised to carry the documents like 10th and 12th mark sheets with passing certificate, your passport sized photo, any other certificates that you have mentioned, and also your category proof at the time of examination. Additionally, the only documents you will be asked to upload will be Image of yourself and your signature in JPG/JPEG format and your ID Proof in PDF format.
Q.4: If I have passed/appearing for 12th from a School in Mumbai, how do I know if the District of School falls under Mumbai (11) or Mumbai Suburban (12)?
Answer: If the school you have passed out from or studying in is situated between Colaba and Sion or Colaba and Mahim, then select Mumbai (11) and if it is beyond Mahim and Sion, then select Mumbai Suburban (12).
Q.5: How do I convert CGPA to a percentage?
Answer: Generally to convert CGPA to percentage, you just need to multiple your CGPA with 9.5, however, you can also contact your school and/or college to find the formula they use.