on 03 November, 2016
Admission Process for MBA/MMS Colleges in Maharashtra through MAH CET
- The eligibility criteria is minimum of 50% aggregate in any Bachelor’s degree for general candidates (45% for backward classes) . Students in their final year of graduation can also appear, provided they complete their degree with the same minimum percentage.
- Students who wish to apply through CMAT and CAT can do so only for the All INDIA seats (15 % of the total intake).
- Also, students can apply through both CAT/CMAT and CET. In this case, the best score would be considered during the CAP Rounds.
The various stages of MAH-MBA/MMS-CET 2012, GD & PI and Centralized Admission Process (CAP) are as follows:
Stage I: Sale of Information Brochure
The information brochure and “MAHMBA/MMS-CET 2012 Kit” will be available at the selected Axis Bank branches for an application fee of Rs. 1150/- for General Category (Rs. 950/- for Reserved Category). The payment has to be made in cash. The kit contains online application ID and password using which the candidate has to register on the dte website.
You will get a receipt for the payment and it is VERY important that you preserve it till you secure admission.
Also, students not appearing for CET but applying through CMAT/CAT for ALL INDIA seats have to buy the brochure and register. This step is mandatory for them.
Stage II : Registration for CET
Read the information given in the kit carefully and then fill the online application form which has to be submitted online. You will be asked to fill up your personal details and qualification details as well as your choice of Test Centre. You will also need to upload your photo and signature as instructed in the kit.
The candidate has to verify the correctness of the information and finally confirm the submission. Thereafter, the HALL TICKET will be generated.
Stage III: Written Examination & Declaration of Results
The written examination will be held on March 11, 2012.
The marks distribution is as follows:-
|Common Entrance Test (CET)
|Group Discussion (GD)
|Personal Interview (PI)
|Past Academic Record (PAR)
|Work Experience (WE)
The provisional results of CET will be declared on website of DTE.
Stage IV : Registering and Appearing for GD & PI
The eligible candidates need to register online for GD/PI. Candidates will have the option of selecting the date for their GD/PI. The system shall generate “GD & PI Call Letter”. The candidate has to take the printout and appear for the GD & PI as per the schedule and venue mentioned in call letter.
Students applying through CMAT/CAT scores also have to give the GD/PI.
Candidates should appear for both GD & PI at the designated venue, date & time as mentioned in the Call Letter.
Stage V: Submission of Work Experience certificate
The candidate should send proforma-G given in the information brochure in Original along with following documents (Attested Xerox Copies) for getting the work experience marks.
- Experience Certificate(s)
- Appointment Order(s)
- Joining Report(s)
- Marklist of qualifying examination
- Relieving letter(s)( if applicable)
The proforma-G and above mentioned documents should be sent through Registered Post only as per schedule at the following address by clearly mentioning on the envelope the Application ID of the candidate and write :
“WE certificates for MAH-MBA/MMS-CET 2012”
Sydenham Institute of Management Studies & Research and Entrepreneurship Education,
B-Road, Churchgate, Mumbai-400 020
Stage VI: Confirmation of “Application Form for Admission” at ARC
The candidates have to verify the details provided by them in person at the ARC. They have to take all the supporting original documents along with proforma-I from the information brochure to the ARC for verification. They need to submit attested photocopies of their originals.
The HALL Ticket and Payment Receipt is required for identification at the ARC.
Stage VII: Display of Merit list and issue of score card
The Provisional Merit Lists will be displayed on the DTE's website. If there are any discrepancies request for corrections should be lodged at the ARC within the given time period.
Then, as per the schedule, the final Merit List will be displayed. The scorecards will be dispatched via post to the given address.
For students applying through CMAT/CAT, their respective scores would be converted into equivalent CET scores.
Stage VIII: CAP Rounds
All students, irrespective of CET/CAT/CMAT exam they have given, have to fill the option form online. The option form has to be confirmed online. No need to go to the ARC.
|Minimum 1 and Maximum 30 options
|First 3 options admission has to be taken. Candidate is not eligible for further rounds.
|Minimum 1 and Maximum 50 options
|Those haven't taken admission in Round I
|If you get allotted any of the options you have to take admission. Candidate is not eligible for further rounds.
CAP Round I
For CAP Round I candidate can enter minimum 1 and maximum 30 options. Once the option form is confirmed online you cannot make any changes. The allotment would be displayed as per the schedule on the dte website.
If a student gets allotted in any 1 of his first 3 options, he is no longer eligible for further rounds and he has to secure his admission. For the same, the candidates need to report to the respective institute within the stipulated time period.
If a student gets allotted in any option other than his first 3 options, he has the choice to either take admission or not to take admission and wait for the CAP Round II.
CAP Round II
For CAP Round II candidate can enter minimum 1 and maximum 50 options. Once the option form is confirmed online you cannot make any changes. The allotment would be displayed as per the schedule on the dte website.
If a student gets allotted in any of the options, he is no longer eligible for further rounds and he has to secure his admission. For the same, the candidates need to report to the respective institute within the stipulated time period.
Only if a student is not allotted he is eligible for CAP Round III.
CAP Round III
In this Round there is no online option form. The candidate has to report in person to the “Centre of Admission” as declared by the DTE.
In this Round, only Maharashtra State candidates are eligible and all the seats (including ALL INDIA and reserved category seats) are considered to be General seats.
The candidate will report as per schedule at the Center of Admission along with the necessary original documents and carry part payment of non-refundable fees of Rs.15000/- in the form of DD drawn on “The Director, Technical Education” payable at Mumbai.
The candidates will also have to pay a processing fee of Rs 100/- for CAP Round III at the Center of Admission.
The candidates will be called according to their merit and offered the vacant seats. The candidate has to accept the admission on the spot. The admission is secured by paying the DD of Rs 15000/-. The candidate can later go to the concerned institute and pay the balance fees and complete rest of the formalities.
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