Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra conducts MT-CET 2013 for admission to first year full time degree courses in Engineering / Technology and Pharmacy in the state of Maharashtra commencing in the session 2013-14.
Around 24,378 candidates have registered for the physics, chemistry and biology (PCB) segment for pharmacy and 1,47,763 have enrolled for the physics, chemistry and mathematics (PCM) segment for engineering seats.
Another 1,13,042 candidates have enrolled for the PCMB segment and these candidates will have the option to go for engineering or pharmacy on the basis of their scores.
A total of 39,959 students from Pune district are set to appear for MT-CET 2013. Mumbai (suburban) has the next highest number of applicants with 26,087 candidates for the CET followed by Thane with 25,578, Nagpur 17,277, Ahmednagar 15,589, Nashik 13,700 and Kolhapur 11,184, among others.
The DTE has appointed eight divisional authorities of the rank of joint directors in each of the eight revenue divisions for supervision and monitoring of the CET process. Apart from this, 35 notified colleges have been appointed for each district.
After the state government took a decision to participating in National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET). Then the state replaced the MHT-CET with MT-CET (Maharashtra Technology Common Entrance Test) from the academic year 2013-14.