Maharashtra Agriculture Universities Examination Board CET 2017 Exam Dates Announced

Dhanshri Sharma updated on : 14 Dec 2016
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Candidates appearing for Maharashtra Agriculture Universities Examination Board Common Entrance Test (CET) 2017 can check the exam dates here.

CET, MAUEB, MAUEB CET Exam Date 2017

The Maharashtra Agriculture Universities Examination Board (MAUEB) has released an official notification announcing Common Entrance Test (CET) 2017 exam dates for all the aspirants. MAUEB conducts the Common Entrance Test (CET) for admission to various Post Graduate Programmes in the State Agricultural Universities (SAUs) in Maharashtra.

MCAER PG Admission 2017 will be given on the basis of merit formulated by considering weightage of 70% of the MCAER PG CET 2017 score and 30% of the CGPA of the students.

Important Dates for Maharashtra Agriculture Universities Examination Board CET 2017

Procedure

Date

Last Date to Submit Online Application

December 31, 2016

Last Date of Payment of Fees

January 5, 2017

List of Shortlisted Candidates Released

January 31, 2017

Download Online Admit Cards

March 10, 2017

Exam

MCAER CET for Agriculture, Fisheries

March 26, 2017

MCAER CET for Post Harvest Management

March 27, 2017

MCAER CET for Agril. Engg., Agril. Bio. Tech

March 27, 2017

MCAER CET for Agril. Business Management

March 28, 2017

MCAER CET for Horticulture, Food Science

March 29, 2017

MCAER CET for Forestry, Home Science

March 29, 2017

Answer Keys Released

April 10, 2017

Results Declared

April 14, 2017

MCAER PGCET 2017 Exam Pattern

The examination will have questions of objective nature along with answers in the form of 4 alternatives. There will not be any choice or option for questions, i.e. all questions have to be answered.

  • Number of Questions: 200
  • Total Marks: 200
  • Type of Questions: MCQ

Candidates need to mark the correct answer by blackening the corresponding circle against the serial number of the question in the OMR sheet with black ink ballpoint pen only. Each correct answer will be given one mark, whereas no negative marking will be done for wrong answers.

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