MAH CET 2019 - Guidelines to be followed on exam day

MAH CET 2019 -  Guidelines to be followed on exam day
Richa Kapoor | Mar 7, 2019 - 12:50 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, MARCH 7:  Maharashtra Common Entrance Test or MAH CET 2019 is to be conducted in a two-day window for admission to full-time postgraduate programs in management (MBA/MMS) on March 9 and 10, 2019. Prospective candidates must be aware of the exam day guidelines that should be kept in mind which have been delineated by the conducting authority, DTE, Maharashtra.

MAH CET 2019: Key Points To Remember

  • Students must cross check the date, time and venue mentioned on their hall ticket and are advised to reach the exam center at least 30 minutes prior to the reporting time. Candidates who arrive late will not be permitted inside the exam hall.

  • Students must carry their hall ticket with a recent passport-sized photograph attached to it. Additionally, students must also carry an original and valid photo ID proof as well as a ball-point pen.

  • Accepted forms of photo ID include PAN Card, Passport, Employee ID, Driving Licence, Voter’s Card,  Bar Council Identity Card with a photograph, Bank Passbook with a photograph, Aadhar Card, University/College ID, or a photo identity proof issued by a gazetted officer on official letterhead.

  • Paper for rough work will be provided at the exam hall to the students and they must not carry any stationery item or study material apart from a ball-point pen.

  • Students will be prosecuted if they are found to be reproducing, disclosing, transmitting, publishing, or storing the test contents in any form.

  • If any student is found to be copying, receiving or giving assistance or participating in any other form of unfair means, he or she will not be considered for assessment.

  • It is important to note that students can appear for the exam only once and in case a situation arises where a student obtains two hall tickets, it is advised that he or she reports at the allotted venue and time in order to avoid cancellation of candidature.

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