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Top colleges through CET
April 12 2024

MAH-CET exam is conducted by DTE, the government of Maharashtra for getting admissions for MBA in the state. The test and the following admission process (CAP – Common Admission Process) is conducted by Maharashtra’s Directorate of Technical Education (DTE).MAH-CET is an online admission to accredited AICTE MMS courses. There are a number of top colleges through CET for which one can apply.



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MAH MBA/MMS CET is held once a year, generally in the month of February or March. But due to covid, it is likely to be delayed this year.

Seat Allocation in MBA Institutions:

  • 85% of seats are allocated to government-run and funded MBA institutions within the state.
  • The remaining 15% of seats are filled by the entire Indian quota.
    • This quota applies to students participating in nationally approved examinations, such as:
      • CAT conducted by IIMs
      • MAT conducted by AIMA
      • XAT conducted by XLRI
      • CMAT conducted by AICTE


MAH-CET Exam Pattern:


  • The exam consists of four sections:
    • Logic Reasoning
    • Logical Reasoning
    • Quantitative Aptitude
    • Verbal Ability / Reading Comprehension
  • Each question is in objective format, and candidates must select the correct answer from the given choices.
  • Scoring: Candidates receive one mark for each correct answer.
  • There is no negative marking scheme, providing candidates with an advantage to attempt all questions without the fear of penalty.
  • No sectional time limits: Candidates can move freely between sections, allowing flexibility in managing time and focusing on different areas as needed during the exam.



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Quantitative Aptitude:

  • This section comprises questions covering various mathematical topics such as:
    • Arithmetic problems involving ratio and proportion
    • Percentage calculations
    • Algebraic equations and expressions
    • Geometric concepts and calculations
    • Trigonometric functions and identities
    • Higher mathematics topics, including calculus, probability, and statistics.

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension:

  • This section assesses candidates' verbal and reading skills through two main components:
    • Reading Comprehension: Candidates are presented with passages followed by questions to evaluate their comprehension skills and ability to extract information from the text.
    • Verbal Ability: This aspect of the section focuses on assessing candidates' proficiency in language and grammar through various question types, including:
      • Grammar questions to evaluate understanding of sentence structure and rules.
      • Vocabulary questions involving synonyms and antonyms to assess word knowledge.
      • Sentence completion exercises to gauge understanding of context and sentence construction.




  • Logical/Abstract Reasoning:

    • This section evaluates candidates' ability to analyze and interpret information logically through various formats, including:
      • Tables and charts: Candidates may be presented with data in tabular or graphical form and asked to draw conclusions or make deductions.
      • Visual reasoning: Questions may involve interpreting patterns, sequences, or diagrams to identify relationships or solve problems.
      • Verbal reasoning: Candidates may encounter questions that require understanding and reasoning based on written or verbal information.
  • Considerations for Choosing an Institute:

    • Faculty and Students: Evaluate the qualifications and experience of faculty members and the quality of the student body to ensure a conducive learning environment.
    • Placements: Research the placement record of the institute to assess opportunities for career advancement and growth.
    • Fee Structure: Consider the affordability of the program and any available scholarships or financial aid options.
    • Facilities: Assess the infrastructure and amenities provided by the institute to support academic and extracurricular activities.
    • Other Factors: Additional considerations may include location, accreditation, industry connections, alumni network, and overall reputation of the institute.


Top colleges through MAH-CET exam:

MMS Colleges

College Expected Cut-Off
JBIMS, Mumbai (MMS) 99.97+
SIMSREE, Mumbai (MMS) 99.86+
Welingkar, Mumbai (MMS) 99.76+



PGDM Colleges:

College Expected Cut-Off
Welingkar (MMS), Mumbai 99.76+
MET Mumbai (PGDM) 99.5+
MET Mumbai (PG in Mass Media Management) 99.5+
PUMBA, Pune 99.5+
SIES, Mumbai 99+
NL Dalmia Institute of Management Studies and Research, Mumbai Profile-based
Xavier Institute of Management, Mumbai 99+
SIESCOMS, Navi Mumbai 99+
Chetna Institute, Mumbai 99+
IES, Mumbai 98+
Lala Lajpat Rai, Mumbai 98+
Thakur Institute of Management, Mumbai 95-98
Rizvi Institute of Management, Mumbai 95-98
VESIMSR, Mumbai 95-98
Fr. C. Rodrigues, Mumbai 93-94.99
Alkesh Dinesh Modi Institute, Mumbai 93-94.99
Don Bosco Institute of Technology, Mumbai 90-92.99
Durgadevi Saraf, Mumbai 90-92.99
Bharti Vidyapeeth’s, Mumbai 90-92.99
Indira Institue of Management, Pune 90-92.99


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