Maharashtra Frequent Entrance Check: Over 40000 Pune students take MH-CET, say best examination ever

Nervous jitters earlier than the Maharashtra Common Entrance Take a look at (MH-CET) on Thursday made way for broad smiles as students popping out of the exam centres called the entrance exams ‘one of the easiest’ they have taken. As many as 96 per cent of the forty seven,398 students from Pune district, who had registered for the MH-CET, appeared for the exams Thursday.

This 12 months, no less than 14 per cent extra candidates had registered for MH-CET within the state and the entire number of candidates in Maharashtra was over 4.three lakh. MH-CET exams are a gateway for admissions to engineering, pharmacy, agriculture and hotel management colleges in Maharashtra.

Tutors agreed with students and said the doorway exam was easy. “Truly, this is the first 12 months when the doorway examination had each the syllabus of Class XI and Class XII, compared to previous years when it was only Class XII syllabus. That’s why we thought the paper may be lengthy or difficult for students, but it surely was by no means like that. The papers had been straightforward, all my students stated they had ample time to attempt all questions as there was no adverse marking.

Not like NEET, the place students have been tense because of the strict security preparations, students were relaxed though sufficient security measures were taken. Students sitting in the identical class obtained different units of query papers, which means no two students sitting close to each other had the identical set, which was satisfactory security arrangement to make sure copying-free exams,” stated Dilip Shah, who runs Science Academy.

IIT Pratishthan Kendra’s Durgesh Mangeshkar stated the exam wasn’t half as difficult as the joint entrance examination (JEE) Mains. “It is most likely the simplest Engineering Admission 2018 entrance examination paper and the best MH-CET ever conducted. There have been barely any conceptual questions and virtually all questions have been information-based or formulation-based mostly,” he said.

Students said they’d no issues finishing the exam in time since most questions required minimal calculation.

“The chemistry, maths and biology sections were very easy. There have been a couple of questions in physics that took time but even then, we could end all the pieces throughout the deadline. I’ve been solving the previous couple of years’ query papers and comparatively, as we speak’s check was very straightforward,” stated Madhura Kunjir, a candidate.


2 August 2018

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