MH CET Law Exam Centres 2018

Sept. 25, 2017 Team EC

MH CET law exam centresMH CET law exam centres 2018 – The Directorate of Higher Education (DHE), Maharashtra will be conducting the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MH CET) law in various cities across the state on May 2018. Depending on the number of candidates appearing for the test, each MH CET law exam centres 2018 may have multiple venues. While filling the application form, applicants will be able to enter their MH CET law exam city according to their preference. Based on the candidate’s MH CET law exam city preference, a venue will be allotted. The complete address of the MH CET law test centre will be provided on the admit card. On the day of the test, candidates must reach the MH CET law exam centres 2018 according to the prescribed time along with the admit card and a valid photo ID. MH CET Law 2018 will be held online for admission to around 10,000 five-year integrated and 15,000 three-year LLB programme of the participating government law schools. Go through this article for complete details on MH CET law exam centres 2018.

 

Steps to select MH CET law exam centres 2018

While filling the MH CET law application form, aspirants will be able to provide their exam centre preference. On the basis of the applicant’s preference, DHE Maharashtra will allot the MH CET law exam centres 2018. After the conclusion of the application process, an exam centre of MH CET law will be allotted on the basis of the candidate’s preference. In few cases, the conducting authority reserves the right to allot a candidate any MH CET law exam centre other than the one he/she has opted.

List of MH CET law exam centres 2018

Along with the exam notification, the list of MH CET law test cities will be available. The table below provides details of few of the previous year’s MH CET law exam centres.

S.No. MH CET law exam city name City code
1. Mumbai 11
2. Mumbai suburban 12
3. Thane 13
4. Palgar 14
5. Raigad 15
6. Pune 16
7. Ahmednagar 17
8. Solapur 18
9. Satara 19
10. Sangli 20
11. Kolhapur 21

Note: As per requirement, the conducting body holds the right to make necessary changes in the number of MH CET law test cities such as adding or removing of centres.

Important points of MH CET law exam centres 2018

Few of the important points regarding MH CET law test centre that aspirants must remember are -

  • DHE Maharashtra reserves the right to cancel or add a MH CET law exam centre as per the requirements
  • After the allocation of the MH CET law exam centres 2018, no request for change of test city will be entertained
  • The conducting body can also allot a MH CET law exam centre other than the one opted by the candidate in the application form
  • Exam centre’s address and timing of the test will be mentioned in the MH CET law admit card
  • Candidates must reach the exam centre an hour prior to the commencement of the test to complete all the required formalities
  • On the day of the test, candidates must carry a ballpoint pen, admit card and a photo ID card to the exam hall
  • Test takers are not allowed to carry any books, notes, mobile phones, laptops or any other electronic device inside the MH CET law exam hall

MH CET law exam centres 2018 – FAQs

[color-box color='white']Q. What are the photo IDs that I can carry to the MH CET law examination centre?

Ans. Candidates can carry any one of the following along with the admit card to the MH CET law exam centre 2018 -

  • Bar council identity card with photograph
  • Bank Pass Book with photograph
  • Driving License
  • Voters Card
  • Employee ID
  • Valid recent identity card issued by the recognized college/ university
  • Photo-identity proof issued by the Gazetted officer on official letterhead along with the photograph
  • PAN Card
  • Aadhaar Card
  • Passport
  • Photo identity proof issued by the People’s Representative on the official letterhead along with photograph

Q. Why do I need to carry a ballpoint pen to the exam centre?

Ans. Inside the exam hall, a blank paper will be provided. Candidates are advised to carry a ballpoint pen to the exam hall for various reasons like writing the number of questions to be reviewed, doing rough work etc. After the conclusion of MH CET law 2018 exam, test takers are required to submit the paper to the invigilator.[/color-box]

About MH CET law 2018

As mentioned above, DHE Maharashtra will be conducting MH CET law 2018 for admission to the 3-year and 5-year LLB programmes of various government law schools. As per the eligibility norms of MH CET law, aspirants applying for the 5-year and 3-year law programmes must have at least 45% in their Class 12 and Bachelor’s degree, respectively. Both the test will be held online on different dates and will include 150 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). Candidates will be allotted two hours to complete the test. For each correct answer, 1 mark will be allotted and there is no negative marking in the test. The result will be available online and based on the candidate’s rank, they will be shortlisted for the further admission rounds.

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