MH-CET results today
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Though the MHT-CET results will be out on Sunday (the results will also be available on www.dmer.org from 10 am), students interested in joining engineering, medical or pharmacy courses will have to wait till June-end when the admission process will begin. However, admissions to the six autonomous engineering colleges will begin from June 18.
Director of technical education S K Mahajan said as the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) grants permission to new engineering colleges till June 30, the centralised admission process (CAP) can start only after that. "The picture of the available number of seats for engineering courses will become clear in the first week of July," he said.
"The admissions to medical courses will start soon and the notifications will be declared in the newspapers. So far, nothing has been finalised," said W B Tayde, director of medical education and research.
Meanwhile, the admission timetable of the six autonomous engineering colleges has been declared. The admission process in these colleges — CoEP and VIT, Pune, VJTI and ICT, Mumbai, SGGSIET, Nanded and Valchand Engineering College, Sangali — will be conducted independently.
The sale of application forms and information brochures would begin on June 18 and they will be made available in the ten centres, including Government Engineering College, Aurangabad, Jalgaon and Amravati and Government Polytechnic, Nagpur, besides the six autonomous engineering colleges, said N B Dhokey, chairman of the admission process for autonomous engineering colleges. He said the duly filled application forms would be accepted at these centres till June 28. "Our plan is to complete the first round of admissions by July 14 so that colleges can start the courses on July 15," said Dhokey.
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