MAH HM CET Exam Pattern 2019 - Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra, released the exam pattern of MAH HM CET on February 18, 2019. MAH HM CET exam pattern 2019 includes comprehensive information with respect to the computer-based mode exam, which was held on May 20, 2019. MAH HM CET was conducted for English language, reasoning and general knowledge. According to MAH HM CET exam pattern, the entrance exam was conducted for 1 hour 30 minutes. Students who wish to appear for MAH HM CET should have the exam pattern at their fingertips so that they know the marking scheme, the total number of marks allotted, types of questions asked and other important information. Knowing the exam pattern will help them get familiar with the weightage of each section and how the exam is conducted so that they prepare for it accordingly. Read MAH HM CET exam pattern 2019 to get full details on the same. Latest: Check MAH HM CET 2019 Counselling to know the final and provisional merit lists. Check MAH HM CET 2019 cut off here.
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MAH HM CET Exam Pattern 2019
As per the MAH HM CET exam pattern, the test was conducted in computer-based mode. The total number of questions asked in MAH HM CET 2019 exam was 100. Go through the table given below to gather full information on the exam pattern of MAH HM CET.
MAH HM CET Exam Pattern
Marks per question
Number of questions
Reasoning - Verbal and Arithmetic
General Awareness comprising questions from the following topics:
Trade & Commerce
Scientific inventions discoveries
As the maximum number of questions are asked from English subject, candidates should focus a little more on this subject to stand a chance of obtaining high marks.
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Aspirants can go through the table below to know the types of questions asked in the exam, duration, marking scheme and medium of the exam.
Mode of the exam
Types of questions asked
Multiple choice objective type questions (four options)
Duration of MAH HM CET exam
1 hour 30 minutes
Number of questions asked
Medium of the exam
There is no negative marking
Candidates who are visually impaired (with more than 40% of disability) were given the following facilities for answering the exam:
Such candidates were offered to view the content in magnified font and were given an extra time of 20 minutes for answering the exam, besides the stipulated time.
The facility of magnified font was not available for visually impaired candidates who took help of a scribe to answer the test.
The details for using a scribe and availing extra time for various types of disabilities are given below in the table:
Type of Disability
One leg affected
Both leg affected
One arms affected (Dominant hand )
Both arms affected
Locomotor disability (affecting writing speed)
MAH MHCET was conducted in computer based mode. While answering the test, candidates could see a question palette at the right side of the screen, which shows the status of each question.
The test name appear on the top of the screen. Students can view the questions by clicking on the test name.
All the questions include multiple choices and five answers. Out of five answers to a question, only one option is correct answer.
A clock is also displayed on the computer screen at the top right corner of the screen. This clock reminds candidates about the time left to complete the examination.When the clock runs out of time, the computer shuts down automatically and the examination ends
Navigating to a Question
Exam takers have to click on the question number given on the palette located at the right of the screen directly go to that particular question. They must note that using the option does not lead them to save their answer to that specific question.
Students can have a look at all the questions simultaneously if the question paper button is pressed. Options for multiple choice questions, however, are not displayed.
Students are given the option for shuffling between test and questions anytime during the examination at their convenience
To answer the questions, students have to click on the button of the option that they think is correct. They have to click on another desired option button if they wish to change the answer.
To de-select the option, the candidates have to re-click on the button or select Clear Response button.
Students have to Click on ‘Save & Next’ to save and answer to the current question.
Click on ‘Mark for Review and Next’ button to mark a question for review. If students have selected an answer for a question that is marked for review, and the time is over the selected answer is taken into account in the final evaluation.
Once the time limit comes to an end, students are to attempt any question or select any answer.
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Question: When the exam pattern of MAH HM CET 2019 be released?
Answer: MAH HM CET 2019 exam pattern was released on February 18, 2019. Students can go through the exam pattern to know the marking scheme and types of questions asked.
Question: How many questions are asked in MAH HM CET entrance exam and what is the total marks allotted?
Answer: The number of questions asked in the exam is 100 and each question carry 1 mark. Therefore, the total marks allotted to the questions is 100.
Question: What types of questions are asked in MAH HM CET entrance exam?
Answer: Multiple choice objective type questions are asked in the entrance test from the following topics- reasoning, English and general awareness
MAH HM CET Counselling & Seat Allotment 2019 - State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra relea...
Do not worry as the seat allotment in Cap 2 is done to fill the seats left and seats unoccupied due to no admission or admission withdraw from any particular college. So be calm and apply as you wish in Cap round 2 as the results might alter from Cap 1.
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MAH HM CET 2019 application forms has been released in online mode on February 18. The last date for filling the MAH HM CET application form 2019 was March 18, 2019.
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Hello. The MAHA HM CET 2019 will be conducted by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) on 20th May 2019 for admission to undergraduate courses of Hotel Management & Catering Technology. The application form will be available from 3rd week of April to 1st week of May 2019 tentatively. It is a computer based online exam containing 100 questions for a total of 90 minutes. Each correct answer will be awarded one marks and there is no negative marking.
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