MHT CET 2020 Syllabus is framed by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra. Most of the topics covered as the part of the syllabus for MHT CET 2020 are from the HSC board prescribed course. Maharashtra CET Syllabus is important for Candidates appearing in Common Entrance Test for the session.
MHT CET Exam Pattern has been released by DTE Maharashtra with an official notification. The questions in the entrance exam will be based on the syllabus of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education. Approximately 20% weight will be given to class 11th curriculum and 80% weight will be given to class 12th curriculum while setting the question paper
Syllabus for Mathematics
|Application of Derivatives|
|Continuity and differentiability|
|Probability and distribution|
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MHT CET Exam Pattern 2020
|Mode of Examination||Computer Based Test|
|Number of Sections||1 – Mathematics2 – Physics and Chemistry|
|Duration of Exam||90 minutes for each paper|
|Type of Questions||Multiple Choice Questions|
|Total number of Questions||150 (50 questions for each subject)|
|Total Marks||200 (100 for each section)|
|Language||Section 1 will be in the English languageSection 2 will be in English/Hindi/Marathi|
|Marking Scheme||Mathematics – 2 marks will be awarded for every correct answer.Physics & Chemistry – 1 mark will be awarded for every correct answer.*There will be no negative marking|
MHT CET 2020 exam consists of 3 sections- Section 1 will comprise of Physics and Chemistry, Section 2 will be based on Botany and Zoology ( for medical students ) while Section 3 will include questions related to Mathematics. ( for BE & Btech students ) Only the difference varies in per mark question in the 3 papers. Check the marking scheme for each paper in table below:
|Section||Subject||Number of questions||Marks||Total marks|
Highlights of MHT CET Exam Pattern 2020
- The question paper of MHT CET 2020 will be prepared on the basis of the syllabus of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education.
- The difficulty level of the examination will be at par withJEE Main exam.
- Approximately, 20% weightage will be given to 11th standard syllabus and 80% to 12th standard syllabus while setting the question paper.
- The entrance exam will comprise of 2 sections – Mathematics and Physics & Chemistry.