|MH CET ADMIT CARD 2014 DOWNLOAD|
The application form for MH CET 2014 will be available on the website www.mhcet2014.co.in . The information Brochure for Health Science Course is available on the website “www.dmer.org”. The syllabus of MHCET 2014 is also available on the website “www.dmer.org”. The admit card & Score Card can be downloaded by the candidate from the website www.mhcet2014.co.in. The merit list drawn from the test will also be utilized for admission to degree courses in veterinary science and animal husbandry. The centralized seat allotment process for these two courses will be done by the registrar of Maharashtra Animal and Fishery Science University (MAFSU), Nagpur.
Important Dates :
Online registration and filling of application form : March 5 to 25, 2014
Payment of fees at State Bank of India : March 7 to 29, 2014
Issue of admit cards : April 28 to May 8, 2014
Date of examination : May 8, 2014
Declaration of result : June 14, 2014
Release of merit list : June 25, 2014
Downloading mark sheet from website : June 26 , 2014
According to the DMER information brochure, the three-hour test will consist of one paper containing 180 multiple choice questions (MCQs), each carrying four marks, and total 720 marks. Subject-wise, there will be 45 MCQs of total 180 marks each for physics and chemistry and 90 MCQs of total 360 marks for biology. All questions have to be answered and the test carries a provision of negative marking. One mark will be deducted for each wrong answer. Similarly, one mark will be deducted for two or more answers of same question, scratching or overwriting.
MH CET 2014 Candidates have the option of choosing either English, Marathi or Urdu as medium of instruction for the exam. The option once exercised in the form will be irrevocable. The information brochure, posted on the DMER website, also carries details related to eligibility for admission and the exceptions in case of students hailing from families of state or central government employees.
For medical and dental courses, open category students have to score minimum of 50% marks in physics, chemistry and biology taken together, while the candidates belonging to constitutional reservation category and persons with disability have to score minimum 40% marks in the three subjects taken together. No original certificates or their attested photocopies are required to be submitted along with online forms. However, original certificates and their attested photocopies must be submitted for scrutiny at the time of filling the preference forms as well as at the time of admission.