MHT CET 2017 Medical Eligibility Criteria

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Get details on MHT CET 2017 Medical Eligibility Criteria such as its educational qualification, age limits, document requirements and updates. If you’re a medical student you really cant escape it and its best to get it over with! It is a state level exam and if you’re interested to take admission in medical courses which I am you do as you’re reading this article it goes without saying that you must satisfy all the conditions that are mentioned by the conducting authority Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER).We know that you must be bombarded with a lot of information and thus we are here to narrow it down for you! The MHT CET Medical Eligibility Criteria specifies whether you are eligible or not for the examination. You can make avail of the MHT CET 2017 application form on the official website. One main criterion includes that you will have to be a citizen of India in order to be eligible. The eligibility criteria of MHT CET 2017 are broken down into points in this post.

MHT CET Medical 2017 Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility Criteria for MHT CET 2017 Medical

Lets get you started with clearing the most important question..”Am I eligible?”

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  • The very first condition is that you will have top be an Indian citizen and no candidate who belongs to Indian Origin (PIO)/ Non Resident Indian (NRI)/ overseas citizen of India (OCI) are allowed for the examination.
  • Those of you who are appearing must be of at least 17 years prior to applying for the examination.
  • Those of you who have finished your Higher Secondary examination/ 10+2 from a recognized university/ Board are deemed eligible.
  • Its necessary for you to have studied PCB (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) and English as your core subjects in order to be eligible for the examination.

For MBBS/ BDS/ BAMS/ BUMS: 

Those of you who have applied for this should have scored at least an aggregate of 50% of marks if you belong to the general category in your H.S.C examination or its equivalent examination in order to be eligible (40% in case of SC/ ST category students).

A Person with Disability has a relaxation of 5% and they must secure not less than 45% marks in their H.S.C examination or its equivalent examination.

For B.Sc Nursing:

Those of you who have applied should have scored at least an aggregate of 45% of marks for those who belong to the general category  in their H.S.C examination or its equivalent examination in order to be eligible (40% in case of SC/ ST category students).

For BHMS, BPTh, BOTh:
Those of you who have cleared your Higher Secondary Certificate examination or its equivalent exam with Physic, Chemistry & Biology can apply for the examination.

For BASLP:
Those of you who have cleared your Higher Secondary Certificate examination with Physics, Biology, Chemistry and/ or Mathematics and/ or Computer Science are eligible for the examination.

MHT CET Medical Eligibility For BP&O:

Those of you who have cleared your Higher Secondary Certificate examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and / or Mathematics is eligible to apply for the examination.

If you are currently appearing for the examination  you can also apply for the qualifying examination.

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3 thoughts on “MHT CET 2017 Medical Eligibility Criteria

  1. hi, I am rakesh Bhandari. I am a Kashmiri migrant and presently living in uttar Pradesh. am I eligible to appear for mht cet 2016. How many seats are reserved for Kashmiri migrants.

    best regards

  2. jyoti navik says:

    hi ,i am jyoti i am giving 2017 through this exam can i take admission in mbbs in mumbai

  3. jyoti navik says:

    i am giving mhcet2017 through this exam can i take admission in mbbs

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