MAHA CET Merit List Provisional 2019 (Declared) BE/B.Tech/B.Arch Cut Off Marks

MAHA CET Merit List Provisional 2019: Provisional Merit List 2019 for BE/B.Tech/B.Arch courses are available online for all the programs today (2nd July 2019). MAHA CET result for the year 2019 has been released on 4th June 2019. MHT CET Provisional Merit List 2019 for admission to various undergraduate programs in the field of medical, engineering, technology, pharmacy, agriculture, etc. for the academic session 2019-2020 will be published online.

Candidates who have taken the exam can download their scorecard by using login credentials. The result will be prepared on the basis of normalized marks of the candidates. They should note that MAHA CET scores i.e. percentile will not be same as percentage of the marks obtained by them.

MAHA CET Merit List Provisional 2019

MAHA CET Merit List Provisional 2019

A direct result link will also be shared here for the convenience of the readers. They just have to click on the result link and will be redirected to the result page of the official website.

Latest Update 2nd July 2019: MAHA CET Provisional Merit List for BE/B.Tech/B.Arch Courses has been announced today. We have uploaded the merit list here below.

Here in this article, we have also provided all the necessary details about MAHA CET Provisional Merit List for BE/B.Tech/B.Arch and other information related to it such as result dates, downloading process, scorecard format, cut off marks, merit list, etc.

Click here to download your MHT CET result 2019

An overview of MAHA CET 2019

Name of the Exam State Common Entrance Test (MHT CET) 2019
Article Category   Result/Merit list
Conducting University State Common Entrance Test Cell, Government of Maharashtra
Exam type State level entrance test
State Maharashtra State
Course offered Various UG courses
Academic session 2019-2020
Conduct of entrance exam Online
Declaration of result 4th June 2019 (after 5:00 pm)
Provisional Merit List2nd July 2019
Mode of publication of result Online
Official website

MAHA CET Merit List Provisional 2019- Important Dates/Schedule 

Activities Dates
Commencement of online application 1st January 2019
Last date for application   31st March 2019
Date of examination 2nd May to 13th May 2019
Declaration of result 4th June 2019 (after 5:00 pm)
Display of the provisional merit list for Maharashtra State/All India/J & K Migrant candidates on website. 2nd July
Submission of grievance, if any, for all type of Candidates at FC [During this period candidate can submit documents ( if any) for verification at FC] 3-4th July up to 5 PM

How to download MAHA CET Merit List 2019?

MAHA CET 2019 Provisional Merit List is going to be released through online mode. Candidates can download their result by following the instructions shared below-

  1. Candidates have to begin with visiting the official website ( ).
  2. They have to click on the relevant result option given on the homepage of the website.
  3. Result search page will display.
  4. Candidates have to enter their login credentials which include their application number and password.
  5. They need to click on submit option after verifying the login details.
  6. MAHA scorecard will appear on the screen.
  7. They can check their scores carefully.
  8. Once they have checked the result, they can download and take a printout of the same for future correspondences (if required).

Click Here to Check MAHA CET BE/B.Tech Provisional Merit List (Available Now)

Click here to Check MAHA CET B.Arch Provisional Merit List (Available Today)

Particulars printed on MAHA CET 2019 Provisional Merit List

MAHA CET 2019 Merit List is going to carry various details about the exam and score of the candidates. All the information that will be reflected on the MAHA CET scorecard is as follows-

  • Candidate’s first name
  • Father’s or husband’s first name
  • Candidate’s last name
  • Candidate’s mother’s first name
  • Subject group that candidate has opted
  • Subject-wise MHT CET percentile score
  • Total PCM and PCB percentile
  • Date of the result
  • IP address of the computer from which result is downloaded
  • Date and time of downloading the result
  • Photograph and signature of the candidate
  • Other related information

Also, have a look at the format of the result and the scorecard-

MAHA 2019 Normalization of Marks

The scorecard or result of MHT CET will be prepared on the basis of normalization of marks. As the entrance exam was conducted in multiple shifts on different dates, conducting authority will follow normalization marks criteria to prepare the result. It is basically used by the conducting authority to make sure that no candidate is benefitted or disadvantaged due to the level of difficulty of examination in different shifts.

The ranks will be prepared on the basis of normalized marks. Candidates will be awarded percentile score on which ranking will depend. It means the marks of the candidates are converted into a scale of ranging from 0 to 100. Normalized score of the candidates is the basis for percentile.

The formula used for calculating the percentile score is under-

Percentile Score = 100* No. of candidates in exam with normalized marks ≤ the candidate) ÷ Total no. of candidates in the exam

MAHA CET Cut-Off marks 2019

The minimum marks required by the candidates to qualify an exam are known as cut-off marks.

After the release of MAHA CET 2019 result, each participating institute will publish its cut-off marks and hence, cut-off marks will vary institute to institute.  Cut-off marks will be updated on the official website so that candidates can get information whether they are eligible for admission to the particular college or not.

To get an idea about the Current Cut-off marks, candidates can check previous year cut-off marks of various institutes. The institute-wise cut-off marks details for all the institutes of the state is shared on the official website.

They can click on and check institute-wise cut-off marks of the year 2018.   

MAHA CET Admission Process

After the declaration of result, Maharashtra CET Cell will invite application for admission. Merit list is one of the crucial factor that decides whether a candidate is eligible for admission or not.

Merit list will be released after the publication of result. The admission procedure will include online registration and document process. Candidates have to verify their documents on the given time schedule. On the basis of percentile, document verification and eligibility of candidates, MHT CET merit list will be prepared. Based on merit list further admission procedure will be conducted.

MAHA CET 2019 Counseling

MHT CET result will be followed by the conduct of counseling. The admission process or counseling process organized by the CET Cell is known as Centralised Admission Process (CAP).

It means counseling for granting admission will be conducted online. All the details about the admission process will be shared later on official website.

Important points about MAHA CET 2019 Provisional Merit List

  • MAHA CET Provisional Merit List 2019 is going to be released on 2nd July 2019.
  • Merit List will be published on the official website.
  • Candidates should note that their final result will not match with the result of preparation test.
  • Merit List can be downloaded by logging in with the roll no/ registration and password.
  • CET cell will also release the merit list of the candidates after the result.
  • Merit list will be based on the scores of the candidate, document verification, and eligibility.

Contact Detail

State Common Entrance Test Cell,
Maharashtra State, Mumbai 8th Floor,
New Excelsior Building, A.K. Nayak Marg,
Fort, Mumbai-400001
Phone No.- 022-22016157/59/53/34/19/28

49 thoughts on “MAHA CET Merit List Provisional 2019 (Declared) BE/B.Tech/B.Arch Cut Off Marks”

  1. SIR I HAVE SCORE 101.8636 % in bsc honours agriculture sir please suggest me best goverment and private college . I have sebc cast.

  2. Hii sir i have got 99.19 percentile in mahacet . can i get admission in ict mumbai for
    I am a SEBC candidate

  3. Sir l got 91 percentile score in pcb. will I got government b pharmacy college? Please suggest me government college with lowest fees

  4. i am an outside Maharasshtra student. I gave Mht Cet exam and scored 96.45 percentile,.
    Then why is my all india rank calculated the basis of JEE score.

  5. I am sc category student I got 88 percentile in mhtcet but in boards pcm I got only 44.66 (134)percentage can i got engineering college like VIT,COEP,


  6. my percentile is 90.61 in PCB.
    Please, tell me my optained marks, rank & Chances to profetional Course

  7. Sir I am Lalit kumar. Sir I got 95.169 in MH-CET 2019. i can get Admission in Any Goverment medical college of Maharashtra for Mbbs.i am From Obc Category.

    And Tell Me my Rank in MH-CET.

  8. I have 37.86 percentile and I got 59 total Marks in PCB
    I don’t hope so I’ll got college for BSC agriculture

      • Hello Mrs. Prachi We cannot calculate our marks from percentile but we can get our marks calculated from the provisional answer key from the mhtcet website.

  9. As per answer key my marks in MHT CET are 157 but I got 83.23 percentile. One of the student marks 132 & his percentile is 96. How it is possible. Give me Justice.

    • This simply means that your paper was easier and his was a lot tougher than yours. Percentile is relative. It depends on how many people have done better than you in your paper. So for eg. If I have scored 120 and you have scored 160 I can still get more percentile than you because that means in my paper, I have done better than many more other people than you.

      • But every paper in mhtcet was made with almost same level of questions and had a perfect balance .So I think your theory is irrelevant.The percentile shouldn’t be this distinct .

    • You can calculate your marks in objection form and after opening objection form visit to “check questions and answers ” tab and calculate your marks.

  10. can u pls guide how to convert percentile score of cet 2019 into total marks and combination marks of HSC board with Cet and elegibility critieria.

  11. how can we know a candidate’s marks based on percentile secured in CET?
    For e.g:- how many marks do 79 percentile mean?


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