MAH CET Admit Card 2021 Released For 3-Year Law Course, Check Download Link

The Admit Cards for the MAH LLB (3 years) course has been released today, on September 29 by the Maharashtra State Common Entrance Test Cell (MAH CET). Students who will be taking the MAH CET LLB test can get their admit cards through the official website,, or from the direct link provided below. To verify and download their hall tickets, students will need to provide their application ID and date of birth.

MAH CET Law Admit Card 2021 Released

MAH CET Law Admit Card 2021

Exam MAH CET LLB (3 years) Programme
Organiser State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra
Admit Card Date September 29, 2021
Exam Date October 4 and October 5
Official Website

MAH CET Law Admit Card 2021: How To Download

  • Visit the official website at
  • On the homepage, click the "MAH-L.L.B.3Yrs.-CET 202" download link.
  • The candidates will be taken to a new page.
  • The Application Number and Password must be filled in.
  • Select the 'Submit' option.
  • On the screen, the MAH CET LLB Admit Card 2021 will be displayed.
  • Save and keep a hard copy of the admit card for future reference.

On October 4 and October 5, 2021, the State Common Entrance Test Cell will hold the MAH CET for the 3-year LLB programme. The MAH CET 2021 admit card, as well as a valid ID proof, will be required to be brought to the exam hall by students who are taking the exam.

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Exams for several courses have been held as part of MAH CET 2021, which began on September 15. Due to heavy rains in the state, some students missed the MAH CET 2021, therefore Uday Samant, the Minister of Maharashtra Higher and Technical Education has assured students via Twitter, "In view of the situation created due to torrential rains in the state, the CET examinations of MHCET and other courses will be re-taken for the students who could not appear for the examinations. No student will be deprived from the exam and the concerned students should not worry."

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