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MH CET 2024 syllabus is provided each year by the DTE, Maharashtra. The Government of Maharashtra is the authority to organize the MH CET (Maharashtra Common Entrance Test).
This is a statewide entry test to provide admissions in engineering and technology, pharmacy courses, and full-time courses at Pharm.D. Candidates can gain admission to courses offered by various Maharashtra state governments and private colleges.
The number of candidates applied yearly for this exam is graded. In this article, candidates can review the complete MH CET 2024 curriculum. The degree courses of the following streams are Pharmacy and Health Science.
MH CET 2024 Notification – Syllabus Released
MH CET 2024 Exam Pattern
MH CET Question paper will comprise three papers – Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, and Mathematics. Paper 1 consists of 100 questions, and each question carries one mark. The duration allotted for paper 1 is 90 minutes.
This paper consists of 100 questions, 50 from zoology and 50 from botany, and each question carries one mark. The duration allotted for paper 2 is 90 minutes. Paper 3 consists of 50 questions, and each question carries one mark. The duration granted for paper 3 is 90 minutes.
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There is no choice among the questions, i.e., all questions must be answered. The candidate desirous of selection to Health Science courses and BVSc & AH should appear for Paper I & Paper II. The candidate desirous of selection to Engineering degree courses should appear for Paper I and Paper III. The candidate desirous of selection to the Pharmacy degree course should appear for Paper-I & Paper II, and Paper III.
Candidates will be provided with separate OMR answer sheets with each question paper. At the end of each paper, the candidate will hand over the OMR Answer sheet and Question booklet to the invigilator. Candidates cannot take the Question Booklet outside the exam hall during or after the examination.
The candidate will be required to mark the correct answer by blackening the corresponding circle against the serial number of the question in the answer sheet with a black ink ballpoint pen only.
Out of four circles provided for selecting an answer to a question, the candidate should fill up one circle only. Each correct answer will be given a mark/(s). There shall be no negative marking for wrong answers.
Changing An Answer is Not Allowed: The candidates must fully satisfy themselves about the accuracy of the answer before darkening the appropriate circle, as no change in the Answer once marked is allowed.
Once the answer is final, any modification of the option, once marked, done by any method, will amount to an invalid/incorrect response.
MH CET 2024 Syllabus
- Magnetic Effects of Electric Current
- Kinetic theory of gasses and radiation
- Wave Motion
- Molecules and Nuclei
- Rotational Motion
- Electromagnetic Induction
- Surface Tension
- Interference and Diffraction
- Magnetism, Gravitation, Stationary Waves
- Electrons and Photons, Elasticity
- Wave Theory of Light and Communication Systems.
- Chemical Thermodynamics and Energetics
- Coordination Compounds
- Chemical Kinetics
- P-Block Elements-Group 15 to 18
- Alcohol Phenol Ether
- D and F-block elements
- Organic compounds containing Nitrogen
- Solutions and Colligative Properties
- Solid State
- Chemistry in Everyday Life
- Halogen Derivatives of Alkanes and Arenes, Aldehydes
- Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
- Electrochemistry and General Principles and Process of Isolation of Elements.
- Biotechnology: Process and Application
- Genetic Engineering and Genomics
- Control and Coordination, Human Reproduction
- Microbes in Human Welfare
- Genetic Basis of Inheritance
- Gene: Its Nature, Expression, and Regulation
- Chromosomal Basis of Inheritance
- Human Health and Diseases
- Reproduction in Plants
- Origin and the Evolution of life
- Organisms and Environment II
- Enhancement in Food Production
- Organisms and Environment I
- Animal Husbandry and Excretions and Osmoregulation.
- Indefinite Integrals
- Linear Programming
- Application of Derivatives
- Numerical Methods and Mathematical Logic
- Definite Integrals
Conduct and Discipline
Failure of the candidate to make full and correct statements in the application form and suppression of any information would lead to the disqualification of the candidate, even at a later date. Such a candidate will be debarred from the entire selection process.
It is the responsibility of every candidate to submit proper documents. Any attempt to submit documents that are not genuine will lead to cancellation of the admission of the candidate, forfeiture of the fees, deposits, and expulsion of the candidate from the college by the Competent Authority or by his authorized official.
- The name of such candidate/shall be deleted from the State Merit List, and he/she will not be eligible for further rounds of the selection process and will be debarred from the selection process. Even criminal proceedings may be initiated by the Competent Authority against such candidates / their parents if deemed fit.
- Suppose any candidate / authorized representative or person accompanying is found obstructing the counselling and admission process or trying to influence unlawfully/creating a nuisance. In that case, the candidate shall be liable for disqualification from the selection process, and appropriate legal action will be taken.
- The decision made by the Competent Authority in this respect shall be final and binding.
- The student, while studying in the Health Sciences Courses, if found indulging in anti-national activities, unlawful activities, or ragging in any form contrary to the provisions of Acts and Laws enforced by the Government, will be liable to be expelled from the college by the Dean/Principal of the College.
- Under orders in W.P. (Civil) No. 656 of 1999, the Honorable Supreme Court of India has directed the Department of Human Resources Development and Education, Govt. of India, to take all necessary steps to curb the menace of ragging and take severe action against the students involved in such activities.
- As per the provisions of Maharashtra Act XXXIII, known as “Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act of 1999”, students indulging in ragging can be punished under the Act resulting in suspension, expulsion from the college, and imprisonment.
- Any issue not dealt with here-in-above will be treated, when arising, fully and finally by the competent Authority.
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