MHT-CET Result 2018: The MHT-CET Result 2018 has been declared and was announced by the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) last night, June 2. Aditya Abhang topped the Physics, Chemistry and Maths (PCM) category and scored 195 out of 200 in the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (CET). Mumbai’s Mona Gandhi followed next by scoring 189 marks out of 200 and emerged as the topper among girls in the PCM category. Meanwhile, Kadam Abhijit Uddhavrao scored 188 and topped the MHT-CET Result 2018 in the PCB category. In the same category, Jahnvi Mokashi became the topper among girls with 183 marks. Also Read - Maharashtra Extends Lockdown Till Nov 30, Shutdown to Continue in Containment Zones
The result of Maharashtra Common Entrance Test was declared by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE). The results have been declared on the official website- dtemaharashtra.gov.in. Students who had appeared for the exam are requested to check their MHT-CET 2018 results on the official website- dtemaharashtra.gov.in. Also Read - Pune Authorities Fear Second Wave of COVID-19 Infection in December, Say Prepared to Deal With it
Steps to check MHT-CET Result 2018:
- Visit the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra’s official website- dtemaharashtra.gov.in.
- On the home page, click on the link MHT-CET Result 2018.
- Enter your roll number and other relevant details to check your result.
- Download your result and take a printout for future reference.
MHT-CET 2018 was held on May 10 and was conducted in the offline mode. The examination is held for admissions to engineering and pharmacy courses in the various colleges in the state of Maharashtra. This year, lesser number of engineering aspirants scored 176 and above out of 200. The highest score for the engineering entrance exam fell down this year.
At least 297 students scored 176 and higher in MHT-CET in 2017. This year, the numbers dropped to 257. The total number of students who scored more than 100 in PCM, too, dropped this year in comparison to last year. Also Read - Man-eater Tiger That Killed Eight People Captured in Maharashtra's Chandrapur District