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CET Notification


Dear All,

The Revised Schedule for Common Entrance Test for Admission to First Year of Two Years Full Time MBA/MMS/PGDBM/PGDM Courses for the year 2012-13 has been released.

The Common Entrance Test (CET 2012) will now be conducted on Sunday, 11th March, 2012 instead of Sunday, 26th February, 2012.

The detailed notification regarding availability of the information Brochure, filling up on-line CET Application form, Eligibility Criteria etc. will be published in the leading newspapers and will also be available on the official website: www.dte.org.in/mba in the last week of January, 2012.

It is further notified that, as informed by the AICTE, the admissions to the First Year of Two Years Full Time AICTE Approved MBA/MMS/PGDBM/PGDM Courses from the Academic Year 2013-14 will be carried out through CMAT (Common Management Admission Test) merit list only conducted by AICTE.

The revised dates for SimCETs will be communicated to all by 8th January 2012.

A copy of the notification is enclosed below for your reference.

CET Update

THE CET 2012 TO UNDERGO A MAJOR OVERHAUL

A series of changes have been introduced to the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (CET), the entrance exam for post graduate management courses, which will be applicable to students taking the exam in 2012

The details are mentioned below for your reference:

CHANGES IN THE CET 2012 EXAM FORMAT:

UNDER THE NEW FORMAT

UNDER THE OLD FORMAT

RATIONALE BEHIND THE CHANGE

2012 Exam to be held in March

Exams were held in February

To avoid a clash with the Common Management Admission Test which will be held in the last week of Feb 2012

There will be 3 ROUNDS of admissions in 2012

So far, there were 4 rounds of admissions

To speed up the admission process to begin the academic year two weeks earlier than usual

Candidates will be eligible for round 2 of admissions if they do not secure any of their top 3 preferred colleges in round 1

Candidates were eligible for round 2 of admissions only if they did not secure any of their top 5 preferred colleges in round 1

To give students a better chance of securing the college of their choice

Candidates will be able to list 30 colleges in round 1 of admissions

Candidates were allowed to list only 20 colleges in round 1 of admissions

To give students a better chance of securing the college of their choice

Candidates will be able to list 50 colleges in round 2 of admissions

Candidates were allowed list only 35 colleges in round 2 of admissions

To give students a better chance of securing the college of their choice

Last Updated (Friday, 30 December 2011 09:28)