MHT CET 2022 Admit Card To Be Released Today On

Pronoy Shukla
By: Pronoy Shukla
Updated: July 26, 2022 17:50
Students await MHT CET Admit Cards to be released

NEW DELHI: MHT CET 2022 admit cards will be made available today, by the State CET Cell of Maharashtra. MHT CET 2022 admission cards will be available for download via in 2022.

To download their MHT CET 2022 admit card, candidates must input their application number and birthdate.

On, the admission cards for the MAH LLB 3 Years, MAH B. Planning CET, MAH MCA CET, and MAH BA B.Ed/B.Sc B.Ed CET 2022 exams have been made available.


The MHT CET hall ticket for 2022 may only be downloaded by registered applicants. The Maharashtra CET 2022 hall ticket will be made available by the authorities on the official website as soon as possible.

At the test site, candidates must bring a valid ID and their Maharashtra CET admit card. For information about MHT CET 2022 admit card release timing, direct link, official website, and more, see the details below.

The MHT-CET was originally scheduled to take place from June 11 to June 28. Due to conflicts between the MHT-CET exam dates and those of other tests, the Maharashtra government postponed the test. The initial exam dates clashed with the newly announced IIT JEE (Joint Entrance Exam) exam dates; hence it was decided to postpone the examinations.

The students’ admission cards will provide the reporting time, exam centre location, exam date, and other facts. MHT CET will start in August for UG and PG Admissions in Maharashtra State Colleges.

For admission to engineering, pharmacy, and other associated fields, states hold MHT CET exams.

Additionally, the CET Cell administers several additional UG and PG admission exams for programmes in management, law, hospitality, and architecture.

NEET counselling is also provided by CET Cell for Maharashtra state quota seats.


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