MAHA CET 2020 exams postponed for engg, law and hospitality: Maharashtra Education Minister

MAHA CET 2020 exams postponed for engg, law and hospitality: Maharashtra Education Minister
Manashjyoti | Jun 22, 2020 - 5:01 p.m. IST
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New Delhi: The Minister of Higher Education And Technical Education (Maharashtra), Uday Samant has tweeted that all upcoming CET exams conducted by State Common Entrance Cell, Maharashtra have been cancelled till further notice. Among CET exams that have been affected by the decision include MHT CET 2020, MH CET law, and MAH MBA CET.

The decision to postpone the exams have been taken to ensure the safety and well being of test takers in view of the COVID-19 situation. He also said that new exam dates for the affected exams will be notified soon.

CET exam dates of the following exams have been postponed

Exam

Old exam dates

New Dates

MHT CET 2020

July 4, 6, 7 , 8, 9, 10 , 13, 14, 28, 29, 30, 31


and


August 3, 4 and 5

To be notified in the coming days.

MH CET Law 2020 (5 year)

July 24

MH CET Law 2020 (3 year)

August 6

MAH HM CET 2020

July 19


Here is the official tweet of Uday Samant, where he informs about postponement of CET exams

Maharashtra_CET-exams-postponed


COVID-19 continues to play havoc with exam schedules

The postponement of the CET exams is the latest in a series of events that can be attributed to COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdown. Earlier, CET Maharashtra had extended application deadlines of almost all major exams to accommodate applicants affected by the lockdown. For example, the MHT CET 2020 and MHT CET Law applications had been extended multiple times. The original exam dates of many of these exams had also been changed multiple times.

Uncertainty looms ahead

The uncertainty doesn’t end with the assurance that new dates will be released as no one knows how the COVID-19 situation will evolve. In one interesting development, the HPTU has cancelled the state-level HP CET 2020 entrance exam on a similar pretext, which is as a safety precaution COVID-19. It will now use JEE Main 2020 scores for admission to its various engineering programs.

While it is too early to predict what lies in store for the CET exams, one fact that is certain is it has kept everyone on the tenterhooks.


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