MH CET Law Exam Centres 2020
MH CET Law Exam Centres 2020 - The Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra will announce MH CET Law 2020 Exam Centres to candidates appearing for the entrance test of MH CET Law. The Candidates will have to fill their preferred choice of exam centres in their application form. Every candidate will have to choose 3 exam centres as per their preference. Accordingly, the conducting body will allot the exam centres of MH CET law 2020 to all eligible applicants. The MH CET Law exam centres 2020 will be the venue/place where the candidates will have to appear in the MH CET Law entrance exam 2020. Further, the conducting body reserves the right to allot a different exam centre from the selected ones and to relocate the exam centre to a nearby exam centre if a centre has very low intake on the day of the exam.
MH CET Law will be conducted in around 53 cities across the country. While most of the exam centre will be provided in the state of Maharashtra, the authorities will also conduct the entrance exams in major Indian cities such as Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Bhopal, Jammu etc to cover the candidates who are from other states. To know more about the available MH CET Law exam centres 2020, how to select exam centres and other important information read the article below.
How to select your MH CET Law exam centres 2020
Candidates may choose their MH CET Law 2020 exam centres while filling the online MH CET Law application form 2020. The authorities will provide a list of all available exam centres, a candidate will have 3 options to select from the available exam centres. Moreover, the candidates will have to choose the exam centres in the order of preference.
For eg. if the candidate has 3 exam centre as Akola, Amravati, Ahmednagar to select, it should be selected in the order of his choice. Like if the first choice is Akola, the first centre choice should be selected as Akola only.
Candidates should also remember that after the submission of MH CET Law application forms, no request for changing MH CET Law exam centres will be entertained.
MH CET Law 2020 - Available exam centres
The following exam centres will be made available during the application process. However, the availability of exam centres also depends upon the number of applications received last year and other factors. The list given below will be updated in case any new exam centre is added or removed from the list.
MH CET Law exam centres 2020
Jammu & Kashmir
Mumbai – Suburban Western
Mumbai – Suburban Central
The candidates will have to report in their exam centre at least 1 hour before the exam begins. Candidates reporting late or reporting in any other exam centre/session may get debarred from entering the exam hall.Considering this, candidates should choose their nearest exam centre for MH CET law exam.
MH CET Law 2020 - key points
The exam will be conducted in online mode only and candidates will have to make their physical presence at the exam venue.
The exam centre once allocated and given in MH CET Law admit card 2020 will not be changed. So, candidates should be careful while selecting their exam centre.
The authorities will reserve the right to allot any centre of their choice to the candidates if the intake capacity of an exam centre reaches maximum.
To get aware of the exam location, candidates are advised to visit their allotted centre at least a day prior to the MH CET Law exam 2020.
Candidates should note the point that electronic devices such as mobile phone, calculator, camera or hand - watch will not be allowed to carry inside the exam centre.MH CET law application
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - MH CET Law Exam Centres 2020
Question: I live in Bihar, is there any MH CET Law exam centre near me?
You can choose Patna, Kolkata or Delhi as your exam centres. The complete list of exam centres will be provided at the time of application form submission, so choose the nearest one from the list.
Question: I didn’t get my prefered exam centre, can I request to change my exam centre?
No, you cannot request to change your exam centre after you submitted your application form and application fees. It is the prerogative of the conducting body to allocate any exam centre to the candidates.
Question: I am from Jammu and Kashmir, can I get my exam centre in my state only as it is not possible to go to Maharashtra?
Yes, the candidates from J&K may get an exam centre in their state only. Such candidates will have to select the exam centres of J&K while filling the MH CET Law application form 2020.
Question: What documents I will have to carry to my MH CET Law exam centre?
The candidates will have to carry their MH CET Law admit card 2020 along with an identity proof. However, all the required documents and other important information will be mentioned in the candidate’s admit card of MH CET Law.
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Questions related to MHCET Law
I have cleared my LLB 2nd year exams from a college in mumbai in 2010 and now i want to join a college for the 3rd year. Do i need to appear for mhcet for getting an admission in any of the law colleges in mumbai
see mhtcet llb exam entrance test held by STATE COMMON ENTRANCE TEST CELL, MAHARASHTRA STATE, MUMBAI, for llb 3 years course as well as 5 years course. now since you are in middle of the llb course you do not need to again appear in mhtcet entrance test if you want to take admission in third year, mhtcet llb exam is for admission in first year of 3 years or 5 years duration llb courses. but if you want to start from first year you can definitely go for the exam.
now see most of the college donot permit to take admission in middle of any course. so I suggest you to directly contact with the college authority in which you want to take admission to know about rules and regulations for migration to another college.
hope you may understand.
hi i did not print my application form as i was not aware about the last date and now the application form is not available for printing what should i Do ? and is this application form needed in admission process? please reply asap
If this is regarding MH CET Law, you needn't worry. You are advised to take a print out of the application form for general future reference. This has nothing to do with counselling process or document verification or admission process. So do not worry about it. Ideally you are advised to take a print out of the application form for your own reference and nothing else. So do not worry about it. For any kind of information regarding MH CET Law, please read our article: https://law.careers360.com/articles/mh-cet-law-application-form
ACTULLY MY REGESTRAION NO FORGET SO PLEASE HELP AND MAIL ID ALSO WRONG SO PLEASE SOLVE MY PROBLEM AS SOON AS POSSIBLE RUCHIKA LOHKARE CONTAC NO 9307143050
First of all you should not provide your contact number on any public platform . Now if you have this problem the only way is to contact the MH-CET helpline no .
Here is a link where you can get helpline numbers for various courses :-
Hope this will help .
I want to do some changes in the application, But no option available to make changes in the form and even i cant see the admit card, Please help MHCET LAW 3 YEARS
There is no correction window for MH CET law 2020 exam so you cannot make any changes i suggest you to talk to the officials through phone or through email from the official website. Regarding admit card it is not yet released and it is postponed until further notice. Please click the below link to know more.
since notice is been issued that we can change the centre for mha llb (5 years) exam but the application does not have editing option.What shall i do in this case and due to the pendemic i am not able to call the concerning authorities.
As of now candidates there is no such facility to change exam centers for MAH Law entrance exam.State Common Entrance Cell, Maharashtra has opened correction window for MHT CET 2020 but not for MAH Law entrance exam. If there is any such provision given to MAH Law entrance exam you can check it here https://info.mahacet.org/cet2020/LL.B5/
Kindly visit the official website frequently so that you will not miss any important information.