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MHT CET 2012 Application Process

Updated on: Mar 20, 2013
The syllabus and application process for Maharashtra CET (MHT CET) is given below.

1. A single Application Form and three information Brochures for MHT CET (Health Science, Engineering and Pharmacy) will be available at Junior College/High

2. School where student has studied for HSC (12th Std examination). Prescribed application forms as per the requirement shall be obtained by Head Master/Principal of the college from the Principal/Dean of the notified college in the district.

3. The cost of MHT CET Application Form along with the Information Brochures of MHT CET -2010 and the Examination fee is Rs.700/- for open category, and Rs.500/- for reserve category candidate. This amount is not refundable. The candidates from outside Maharashtra (OMS) can purchase application form and information brochure(s) of MHT CET 2012 from any divisional authority office as mentioned in annexure-A by submitting demand draft of Rs 700/- drawn in favour of competent authority, MHT CET, Mumbai payable at Mumbai, drawn on any scheduled commercial bank.

4. The School/Junior College should submit two separate demand drafts / pay orders, one for open category candidates, another for reserve category candidates drawn in favour of “Competent Authority (MH CET), Mumbai,” on any scheduled commercial Bank, payable at Mumbai, to the Notified College while collecting application forms.

5. Duly filled Application Form should be submitted by the candidate to the same Junior College/School, from where he/she has passed / appearing for HSC or equalient examination, on or before the prescribed date.

Maharashtra CET 2012 Admission Procedure

Maharashtra government has come up with a set of established rules for admitting students in the vacant seats left with various colleges after the Centralized admission process is over. Step by step admission process:

1.) Combined CET for Engineering or Technology, Pharmacy and Health Science Courses (MHT-CET)
2.) CET is applicable for Maharashtra and Outside State candidates also.
3.) First three rounds are through centralized allotment process by Direct Allotment for Maharashtra and All India (AIEEE).
4.) Fourth Round by is a Centralized Counseling process on the basis of MHTCET marks only for Maharashtra candidates.
5.) Seats remaining vacant after fourth round to be filled at Institute level with the Priorities specified. For Govt. Institutes, on the basis of MHTCET-2011 marks. For Unaided Institutes as per guideline in Information Brochure.

MHT CET 2012 Eligibility Criteria

1. The candidate should be a citizen of India.
2. The candidate should have attained the minimum age of 17 years as on 31st December of the year of admission. In order to seek admission in Ayurveda and Unani courses, the candidate should have attained the minimum age of 17 Years as on 1st October of the Year of admission.The upper age limit for the candidates is fixed as 25 Years as on 31st December of the Year of admission. However, relaxation of five years is there for SC/ST candidates.
3. The candidate can attempt MHT-CET 2012 for three times only.
4. The candidate should have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination in science stream (Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Mathematics) from an institution situated in the state of Maharashtra. For engineering program, the candidates should have studied Mathematics as a subject of study at 10+2 level.
5. For admission into MBBS, BAMS, BDS, and BSc. Nursing, the candidates are required to obtain minimum 50% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English put together at HSC (or equivalent) examination. Exemption of 10% is there for SC/ST candidates.
6. For admission into MBBS, BDS Courses, the candidates should have secured minimum 50% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology put together at Common Entrance Test (MHT-CET 2012).
7. For BUMS program, the candidates are required to pass senior secondary examination with Urdu as a subject of study.
8. The candidates, who have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination outside Maharashtra, are eligible, provided they fulfill the Domicile criteria.

MHT CET 2012 Exam Pattern

The MHT CET will consist of three question papers. Each paper is of 100 marks. All questions will be objective type.
  • Paper I: Physics & Chemistry (50 marks each)
  • Paper II: Biology (Botany & Zoology - 50 marks each)
  • Paper III: Mathematics (100 Marks)
Each answer with correct response shall be awarded one (1) mark. There is no Negative Marking. No mark shall be awarded for marking two or more answers of same question, scratching or overwriting. There will be three papers of one and half hours each.

MHT CET 2012 Syllabus

The syllabi of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics for the MHT CET will be the same as the syllabus for HSC Examination of HSC Boards of Maharashtra.

MHT CET Mathematics Syllabus

1.  Application of Derivatives
2.  Circle
3.  Continuity
4.  Definite Intergrals
5.  Derivatives
6.  Differential Equations
7.  Ellipse
8.  Hyperbola
9.  Indefinite Integrals
10. Limits
11. Linear Programming
12. Mathematical Logic
13. Matrices
14. Numerical Methods
15. Pairs of Lines
16. Parabola
17. Probability
18. Vectors

MHT CET Chemistry Syllabus


1. Acids and Esters
2. Adsorption and Colloids
3. Amines
4. Aldehydes and Ketones
5. Carbohydrates Proteins and Fats
6. Chemical Thermodynamics and Energetics
7. Ethers
8. Electrochemistry
9. Fluorine and Hydrogen Fluoride
10. Halogen Derivatives of Alkanes
11. Ionic Equilibria
12. Nature of Chemical Bond
13. Nuclear and Radiochemistry
14. Organic Hydroxy Compounds
15. Silicon
16. Synthetic Fibres
17. Third Row Elements

MHT CET Physics Syllabus


1. Atoms Molecules and Nuclei
2. Circular Motion
3. Current Electricity
4. Elasticity
5. Electrons and Photons
6. Electromagnetic Induction
7. Electrostatics
8. Gravitation
9. Interference of Light
10.Kinetic Theory of Gases
11.Magnetic Effect of Electric Current
12.Magnetism
13.Properties of Fluids
14.Radiation
15.Rotational Motion
16.Semi Conductors
17.Simple Harmonic Motion
18.Stationary Waves
19.Thermionic Emission
20.Thermodynamics
21.Wave Motion
22.Wave Theory of Light
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