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MHT CET 2024 CAP Registration Opens Soon

May 23, 2024 by Admin
MHT CET 2024 CAP Registration Opens Soon

Maharashtra State CET cell will soon start registration for the MHT CET 2024 CAP Registration Centralised Admission Process (CAP) 2024 for Engineering programs.

Once registrations open, candidates can apply by visiting the official website. The board has provided a list of documents needed for admission to different programs via MHT CET 2024 Counselling (CAP). As per the official announcement, students should acquire the specified certificates from the appropriate authorities and have them prepared as per the admission guidelines of the respective courses when applying.

Once authority was discovered that certain candidates had submitted false certificates during the admission process, such as caste, tribe, disability, or non-creamy layer certificates, without obtaining them from the appropriate authorities .as a result, their admissions were revoked, and legal actions were taken against them.

The cell recommended that students get their original certificates from the proper authorities and cautioned against using fake certificates, as it could lead to admission cancellation and legal consequences.

MHT CET 2024 CAP Schedule

Although the official schedule for MHT CET CAP 2024 has not been released, they can estimate a tentative timeline based on previous years:

  • In early June, the CAP registration and online application process will begin.
  • By mid-June, you can start filling out your preferences for colleges and courses.
  • At the end of June, finalize and submit your application, as the window will close after a specified date. Thus, it is important to submit the form before the MHT CET 2024 CAP Registration Last date.
  • In early July, the results for the first round of seat allotment will be announced.
  • From mid-July to mid-August, subsequent CAP rounds (if needed) will be conducted, with updated seat allotments based on available vacancies.
  • After each round of allotment, you will need to report to the assigned college for document verification and confirmation of admission (if you accept the seat).

Documents Required

At the time of registering for the CAP 2024 process, you’ll need the following documents issued by the competent authority in Maharashtra, filled out in the required format:

  • Student’s income certificate seeking admission under the TFWS scheme.
  • Aadhaar number and attached bank account for a scholarship, fee reimbursement, etc.
  • Caste or tribe validity certificate
  • Certificate for the admission of candidates seeking admission from the defense cadre.
  • PwD certificate
  • Nationality certificate and domicile certificate
  • Non-Creamy layer certificate valid till March 31, 2025, for all backward class candidates other than Scheduled Castes or Scheduled Tribes. Even if the domicile of the backward class candidates outside the state is in Maharashtra, the policy of reservation for admission to professional courses in the state of Maharashtra does not apply to them.
  • EWS certificate
  • Experience certificate and no-obligation certificate for working professionals. For candidates seeking admission under the working professionals scheme, experience certificate of one year working regularly in a registered industry/establishment (central, state, or private) / public limited company / MSME. Non non-cancellation certificate of the concerned is for establishment for admission.
  • Caste or tribe certificate

MHT CET 2024 CAP Process

Registration and Applying Online: When it is time to register, go to the State CET Cell’s official website and sign up using your MHT CET details. Complete the MHT CET 2024 CAP Online Registration form online form attentively, including your MHT CET marks, category, colleges, and courses you prefer, and any necessary documents.

Choosing your options: This step is super important. You will see a list of colleges and courses available through CAP. Think about things like how good the college is, how well its courses help students get jobs, what the campus is like, and where it's located. Then, carefully put your choices in order from most wanted to least wanted. You can pick quite a few, but make sure you're realistic about what matches your MHT CET score and category.

Securing Your Selections: After you have decided on the college and course you want, make sure to confirm your choices before the deadline. This step ensures that your application is complete and determines if you're eligible for a seat in the college.

Seat Assignment: The CAP system uses a smart program to look at your MHT CET score, category, the colleges and courses you want, and the seats available to make lists of where you can get admitted. These lists are put on the internet, round after round.

Reporting and Admission: Check your seat assignment carefully. If you agree to the assigned seat, you need to go to the assigned college within the given time to verify your documents and confirm your admission. This usually means giving your original documents, paying fees, and finishing admission paperwork.

Points to Consider

Before Starting DTE CAP 2024:

  • Colleges: Look into things like what they teach, their teachers, the buildings, the job help, and the people who used to go there.
  • Picking Choices: Look at your MHT CET score, category, and what scores got people in last year to make a list of colleges you might get into.
  • Guidance: Talk to people who know about CAP, like advisors or older students who did it before.
  • Keep Informed: Keep checking the official CAP website to know what's happening and if anything changes.

Additional Considerations:

  • CAP Website: Familiarize yourself with the official CAP website for detailed information and resources.
  • Category Reservations: Understand the reservation policy and its impact on cut-offs for your category.
  • Minority Quota Seats: Ensure you have the necessary documents if applying under the minority quota.
  • All India Quota Seats: Be clear about the quota you're applying under (MHT-CET or All India) to avoid confusion.
  • Tie-Resolution Criteria: Understand the criteria used to break ties between candidates with the same MHT CET score.