MH Law CET result 2016 announced on June 29; DHE Maharashtra

DHE Maharashtra has published the results of MH Law CET 2016 at the dedicated portals for LLB CET. As the first-ever common entrance test for law admissions into a 3-year and 5-year programme was conducted by DHE on June 18 & 19, aspirants can now access their MH LLB CET result online.

mh cet lawThe State CET cell had issued separate notifications for both programmes; 3-year and 5-year law degree courses and the entrance test was organised earlier this month. As per the first schedule, the results of the Law entrance test were to be announced on June 28, however, the results were delayed to June 30 as a PIL was pending in the Bombay High Court in which it was asked to scrap the test. On June 27, the HC posted the matter to July 4, by which time the counselling for CET will be completed.

As per our earlier report, the State CET cell had received over 36 thousand registrations, however, close to 30,000 candidates appeared for the two exams. As the exam was conducted for the first time in State, many students complained the paper was quite lengthy and difficult. With the compilation of the answer sheets, DHE moved ahead with the schedule and announced MH Law CET result today.

The B.Ed CET results are still to be declared today on June 30 after being delayed from June 28.

There are two separate portals for MH LLB (3 years) CET and MH LLB (5 years) CET : llb3.mhpravesh.in and llb5.mhpravesh.in, the results for both tests are available in respective portals. However, students complained they were not able to locate their result as the home page of these portals do not have any active links. We have mentioned the links fr MH Law CET result where students can enter their roll number and access their result.

For LLB (3 years) CET result – Click here

For LLB (5 years) CET result – Click here

Directorate Higher Education (DHE) Pune published the results of Mah CET law test amid the clouds of uncertainty and plea still being heard in the court. It’s not completely clear whether or not the law test will go through. We’ll wait and see.

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