MHTCET result 2019: The State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra has released the result for the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test or MHTCET 2019 today, June 4. This year’s topper is Priyant Jain who scored 99.987 per cent. Besides Jain, Kimaya Shikarkhane of Mumbai and Siddhesh Agarwal from Amravati have emerged as the MHT CET toppers of this year with a score of 99.98 percent.
The exam for entrance to state-based colleges in different fields including engineering, pharmacy, agriculture and fisheries were conducted from May 15 to May 18, 2019. Students who appeared for the exams can check their result at the official website, mhtcet2019.mahaonline.gov.in.
In Mumbai, several students scored above 99 percentile. Dhruvi Rashmin Doshi ranked highest in PCM among girls (99.985 percentile). A student of Kandivli’s Prakash College, Doshi aspires to pursue engineering in computer science. “I gave preference for maths followed by physics. I solved as many papers as possible,” she said.
A total of 4,13,284 candidates registered for the MHT-CET of which 3,92,354 appeared. The exam was held in 10 days at 166 districts in total 19 shifts.
According to the notification released by the MHT CET 2019, the result was to be declared on or before June 3, 2019, however, the result link has not been activated at the website. The same is expected to be released by today evening.
MHTCET result 2019: How to download
Step 1: Visit the official website
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the result link
Step 3: You will be redirected to a new page
Step 4: Log-in using the registration number
Step 5: Result will appear
Candidates can check their result as when declared by following these above-mentioned steps. Meanwhile, MHTCET answer key 2019 has been released and candidates were given a window to raise objections as well.
The state level examination was conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra for the candidates who want to get admission in the undergraduate courses for agriculture, pharmacy, engineering and technology. It is managed by the State Common Entrance Test Cell, Government of Maharashtra.
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