More than 3.02 lakh students from all over india will appear in the (MHT-CET) 2011.
MHT-CET is the combined entrance exam for admissions to first-year degree courses in health sciences, engineering and pharmacy. It will be conducted simultaneously at 786 exam centres across the 35 district headquarters in the state.
1,49,410 students will attempt both, health sciences and engineering papers (PCMB).
45,541 students will appear only for the health science papers i.e., physics, chemistry and biology (PCB) .
1,07,733 students will appear for engineering papers i.e., physics, chemistry and mathematics (PCM).
MHT-CET 2011 results will be announced on June 14.
DMER has urged the enrolled candidates to reach the exam centres at least an hour before the exam time.