Nagpur News: MH-CET, the stepping stone for a student to become a doctor and serve the society in the best professional way, concluded on May 8. The students who appeared for the exam barged out of centers flashing a broad smile and waving victory sign that adequately pointed out easy question papers. “Half of the job was done” was the general tone of students while talking to Nagpur Today.
The students appearing for the exam at Dr Ambedkar College, Deekshabhoomi centre viewed the exam very positive.
“Compared to AIPMT, the MH-CET was easy. Chemistry and Biology papers were very easy. In Chemistry, the questions were straight forward and formulae based. You read the questions and answers were coming instantly,” said Trupti Suthe, (Kamla Nehru College), Surbhi Kalraiya(Major Hemant Jagate College and Shweta Pandit( Dharampeth Science College).
Many students opined that most of the questions were from the book (Syllabus).
Priya Jalwani, a student from Gurunanak Junior College said, “Physics paper was little difficult but Chemistry and Biology papers were simple.” Shantanu from Shivaji Science College said, “In Physics paper, the numericals were little tough and solving type of questions were more in numbers.”
The students were hopeful of good results and confident of getting a seat in Government Medical Colleges.
There are 124 Medical Colleges with intake of 5710 in Maharashtra for pursuing health sciences courses.
In Nagpur, 6,561 students appeared for the examination while in Wardha the number of students was 1,512, Bhandara 1,768, Gondia 1,674, Chandrapur 2,102 and in Gadchiroli 685 students appeared for the exams.
MH-CET— Maharashtra Common Entrance Test – is conducted by Government of Maharashtra for Health Sciences Degree Courses (MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS, BUMS, BPTh, BOTh, BASLP, BP&O and BSc. Nursing courses) A total of 1,53,229 students across Maharashtra, including 6561 students in Nagpur Division, have registered themselves for MH-CET.
The exam was held between 10 am to 1 pm. In Nagpur Division, the examinations were held in 18 schools and colleges that have been set up as examination centers and all the centers were under strict police surveillance.