The Maharashtra government recently declared that they will be conducting the state’s Common Entrance test from the first week of October. The state higher and technical education minister Uday Samant said all the CET exams for all the courses will be conducted between October 1 and 15. He said that the decision on final dates and how exams should be conducted will be taken in the coming days.
Samant said, “The state will be holding CET exams for all the courses between October 1 and 15. We are likely to conduct with MHT-CET for engineering, pharmacy and agriculture courses in the first week and then the rest will be held.”
“The state government is currently busy in resolving the issue of final year examinations for professional and non-professional courses. The decision is likely to be taken in the next two days, after which decision on CET will be taken. I have a received a proposal from the CET commissioner,” he added.
The state CET exam were first scheduled in June and later postponed to July but then it was deferred till further notice. The state CET cell conduct examinations for admission in various courses such engineering, pharmacy, agriculture, law (MHT-CET), management, architecture among others.
Source: Hindustan Times
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