MAH MBA CET Syllabus 2025: Download Section Wise Syllabus for MAH CET (LR, AR, QA & VARC)

Maharashtra Common Entrance Test 2024 ( MAH CET )

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MBA CET syllabus 2025 will be released most likely in December 2024. The syllabus will include four subjects: Logical Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension. Candidates need to have a good command over all the topics included in the syllabus to score well in the exam as sectional weightage varies from session to session. Read below detailed MAH MBA CET syllabus 2025 and other related information like section-wise topics, best books for MAH MBA CET 2024, exam pattern, preparation tips and previous years MBA CET question paper analysis. 

Q:   What is the MAH MBA CET syllabus?

A:

The syllabus of MAH MBA CET includes the following:

Logical and Abstract Reasoning: Arrangements, Family tree, Coding-Decoding, Direction, Clock and Calendars, Groups and Conditionality, Number Series, Venn Diagrams, Syllogisms, Odd Word Out, Analogies, Blood Relations, Proposition, Direction Sense, Assumptions, Puzzles, Binary Logic, Clock and Calendars, Sets and Caselets, etc.

Quantitative Aptitude: Geometry, Trigonometry, Algebra, Mensuration, Partnership (Accounts), Profit and Loss, Mean, mode, median, Ratio and Proportion, In-Equations, Quadratic and Linear equations, Surds and Indices, Time-Speed-Distance, Number System, Geometric Progression, Binomial theorem, Inequalities, Work and Time, Percentage, Logarithms, Square Root and Cube Root, Probability and Simple Interest and Compound Interest.

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension: Reading comprehension, selling/appropriate usage, fill in the banks, para jumbles, vocabulary, antonyms and synonyms, error correction, sentence completion and word arrangement, grammar, one-word substituting and verbal ability.

 

Q:   How many months will it take to complete the MAH CET syllabus?

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You can cover the MAH CET syllabus in three to six months as per your familiarity with the topics and ability. If you are from the engineering or technical background, you will be able to cover the MAH CET syllabus in three months. However, if you are from a non-technical background you will need more time to cover the syllabus as you will have to study the Quantitative Aptitude concepts from scratch.

Similarly, for preparing the Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension candidates will have to start the preparation early as reading comprehension cannot be mastered overnight. They need to read novels, books, magazines, etc. regularly for months to develop reading speed and comprehension.

 

Q:   Who prescribes MAH MBA CET syllabus?

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MAH MBA CET syllabus is prescribed by Maharashtra State CET, the exam conducting body. The syllabus is prepared keeping in mind the skills required in the field of business management and administration. The syllabus is similar to other MBA entrance exams such as CAT, CMAT, MAT, XAT, NMAT, etc. It contains all important topics of Logical and Abstract Reasoning, Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension and Quantitative Aptitude. The MAH CET syllabus is as per the recommendation of the education body AICTE.

In comparison to other MBA entrance exams, MAH CET syllabus has lesser topics. It does not have General Awareness or any other business aptitude related section like CMAT or XAT.

 

Q:   Is MAH CET MBA syllabus and its difficulty level the same as of CAT or XAT?

A:

Yes, the MAH CET MBA syllabus is same as CAT or XAT but its difficult level is lower than the two. If a candidate has appeared for CAT or XAT, then they can easily clear MAH CET with minimum preparation. The MAH CET MBA syllabus for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension, Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and Data Interpretation. There is no Decision Making and General Awareness sections in MAH CET which are there in XAT.

Even though the number of questions are higher in MAH CET, the difficult level is easier than both CAT and XAT as there are less number of reading comprehension passages and related questions. The passages of MAH CET are simpler, shorter and less in number. The Quantitative Aptitude and Logical Reasoning questions are also easier in comparison to the questions of CAT and XAT.

 

Highlights of Syllabus for MAH MBA CET 2025

Maharashtra State CET Cell, the exam conducting body prescribes the syllabus of  MAH CET MBA/MMS exam keeping in mind the requirements of skills for a good business leader or manager. Check out the main topics of MBA CET syllabus 2025 from which most of the questions are likely to be asked in the MBA/MMS exam:

MBA CET Syllabus 2024

Important Topics

Logical Reasoning & Abstract Reasoning

Linear & Circular Arrangement, Series Completion, Coding, Symbol-based Comparison, Venn Diagram, Blood Relations

Quantitative Aptitude

Algebra, Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Mensuration, Time & Work, Probability

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension

Grammar, Sentence Completion, Synonyms, Parajumbles, Antonyms, Reading Ability and Vocabulary

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Q:   What is the difficulty level of MAH MBA CET?

A:

MAH MBA CET is a moderately difficult exam. It’s difficulty level is lower than CAT but higher than MAT or ATMA. A major factor that makes MAH CET a difficult test to crack is that the questions are presented in random order and sectional weightage vary in every slot. So, candidates cannot anticipate or plan how many and which type of questions to get to their target score.

Also, the MAH MBA CET is dominated by Logical Reasoning questions and there are comparatively less Quantitative Aptitude questions. Since, there is no set pattern, candidates cannot pre-plan. They need to make a strategy and implement it as soon as they see the question paper. So, those who can think on their feet and can crack the exam better than others.

 

Q:   In which section of MAH MBA CET can I score maximum?

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It is tough to say that as there is no set pattern of sectional weightage in MAH CET anymore. Since the last two years, the number of questions for each section of the exam, varies for every slot. Meaning that, if in one slot there are 75 questions on LR and 25 AR, in the second slot there can be 60 questions on LR and 40 questions on AR. Similarly, there could be 50 questions on QA in one slot but in the next slot it could be 40. The total number of questions remain 200 in all the slots but the sectional weightage changes. So, one can really not prepare for the exam with the target of scoring maximum in a particular section. They need to prepare for all sections as any section can have maximum questions and the potential to score maximum.

 

Q:   Which section of MAH MBA CET syllabus has maximum weightage?

A:

The Logical Reasoning section of MBA CET has the maximum weightage. This section carries 75 marks and Abstract Reasoning section carries 25 marks. So, together they carry 100 questions, i.e. 1/2 of the total number of questions. Quantitative Aptitude and Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension sections carry 50 marks each.

Thus, candidates must prepare for this section well. Most of the times, the Logical Reasoning and Abstract Reasoning questions have been easy to moderate in terms of difficult level. However, candidates should not ignore it at any cost as a good overall score and overall percentile will be directly related to one’s performance in these two sections. If you score low in these two sections, you score will fall drastically.

 

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What is MBA CET Syllabus 2025 for Logical/Abstract Reasoning?

This section of MAH CET MBA syllabus 2025 will be divided into two parts, Logical Reasoning with 75 questions and Abstract Reasoning with 25 questions. The table below indicates important topics in this section from which maximum questions are asked: 

MBA CET Syllabus 2025: Logical and Abstract Reasoning 

Linear and Circular Arrangement

Venn Diagram

Symbol-based Comparison

Series Completion

Coding/Decoding

Syllogisms

Sequential Output

Selection Criteria

Blood Relations

Conditional Coding

Direction Sense

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Q:   Which are the MBA CET preparation books for Logical Reasoning?

A:

The Logical Reasoning has a weightage of 100 questions and 100 marks, thus it is very important you choose the right books and prepare in the right way. For preparation of Logical and Abstract Reasoning section of MAH CET, candidates must refer to the following books:

  • How to Prepare for Logical Reasoning for CAT book by Arun Sharma
  • Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning by RS Aggarwal
  • A New Approach to Reasoning by BS Sijwali & S. Sijwali Arihant
  • Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey
  • Reasoning Book for Competitive Examinations by Pearson

Aspirants must practice a lot of Logical and Analytical Reasoning questions for MAH CET as the best way to master this section is practice. You will need to understand pattern and series to be able to solve questions. Here observation and logic.

 

Q:   Can I prepare for MAH CET MBA in 6 months?

A:

Yes, you can prepare for MAH MBA CET in 6 months as the syllabus in not very different from any other MBA entrance test. The main subjects to study are Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension, Quantitative Aptitude and Logical Reasoning. Data Interpretation is the sub part of Quantitative Aptitude so you need not prepare for it separately. To prepare for MAH MBA CET in six months, make a plan which is more focused on the topics from which most of the questions are asked. This is to make sure that you prepare the right topics in the given limited time. Spend the first three months in covering the syllabus, then utilize the next two months in practicing sample questions as well as mock tests. In the last one month focus on improving your hold on important topics by doing extensive revision and mock tests. You can make your own plan according to your hold over the topics. However, your plan must include mock tests and practice questions. Read More: MAH MBA CET preparation in six months

 

Q:   Can I choose the order of solving MAH MBA CET questions?

A:

There is no hard and fast rule related to the order of solving MAH MBA CET question. In 2022, the questions were listed in random order without sectional segregation so candidates could choose questions to solve as per their choice. In 2023, the questions were sectionalized so there was no option to choose questions as per one’s choice. It is better that candidates prepare for the exam in such a way that they can solve every next questions that appear on screens. They can skip the question and move to the next. Candidates must note that no matter what the order of the questions be they must save their answers before moving to the next question. If the answers is not saved it will not be recorded in the system.

 

What is MBA CET 2025 Syllabus for Quantitative Aptitude?

The Quantitative Aptitude section of MAH MBA CET syllabus 2025 also includes Data Interpretation. The difficulty levelof topics included in thsi section of MAH CET syllabus is usually moderate and questions are straightforward. The section is dominated by Arithmetic and Algebra. Given below is the list of topics from which maximum questions are asked in this section: 

MBA CET Syllabus for Quantitative Aptitude

Arithmetic

Quantitative Reasoning

Algebra

Data Sufficiency

Mensuration

Geometry

Probability

Ratio & Proportion

Numbers

Percentage

Trigonometry

Data Interpretation – Graphs, Charts, Tables

Q:   How many MAH CET mock tests should I practice before the exam?

A:

The candidates must practice at least 15-20 MBA CET mock tests. Practicing that many will make them well prepared for all types of questions in the exam - tricky, lengthy, easy, tough, etc. They should practice the mock tests in the latest format of the exam (jumbled questions from across the sections). However, the point to keep in mind is that one should not start practicing mock test without completing the MAH MBA CET syllabus. They must first complete the syllabus so that while solving the mock test, they know which theorem to apply on what type of questions.

Candidate must also analyse their performance with each mock test to see their progress. The goal of MAH MBA CET practice should be to score better with each mock test. The goal should also be the gain speed in solving the questions with each mock test.

 

Q:   Is there negative marking in MAH CET MBA exam?

A:

MAH CET is one of the few MBA entrance exams in India which does not have negative marking. For each correct attempt, one mark is awarded to the candidate but no marks are deducted for wrong answers or unattempted questions. The total marks of MBA CET are 200 and candidates need not worry about making incorrect attempt. They must however avoid random selection of options as correct answers. They should take time in understanding the question and then choose the option. It is not mandatory to solve all the questions in MAH CET so candidates can spend some time on the questions and then answers. The exam will be of 2.5 hours and if they answers 75-80 questions correctly, they stand to gain a good percentile.

 

Q:   What are the topics from which Quantitative Aptitude questions are asked in MAH CET?

A:

The MAH MBA CET Quantitative Aptitude is a moderately difficult section. The topics from which the questions are asked include Geometry, Trigonometry, Algebra, Mensuration, Partnership (Accounts), Profit and Loss, Mean, mode, median, Ratio and Proportion, In-Equations, Quadratic and Linear equations, Surds and Indices, Time-Speed-Distance, Number System, Geometric Progression, Binomial theorem, Inequalities, Work and Time, Percentage, Logarithms, Square Root and Cube Root, Probability and Simple Interest and Compound Interest.

 This section also contains topics from data interpretation and data sufficiency. Normally, there are two sets of data interpretation questions based on a graph, table or pie chart. Most of the questions however are from Quantitative Aptitude, specifically Arithmetic. Aspirants must dedicate about 2-3 months to this section for complete preparation. They need to be thorough with all the concepts and have enough practice of various types of questions.

 

What is MBA CET 2025 Syllabus for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension?

The Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension section of MAH MBA CET syllabus has 50 questions from reading comprehension, grammar and verbal ability. Given below is the list indicating important topics of MAH MBA CET syllabus for VARC which maximum questions are asked in this section:

MBA CET Syllabus for Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension

Reading Comprehension

Antonyms & Synonyms

Spelling/Inappropriate usage

Error Correction

Fill in the Blanks

Sentence Completion and Word Arrangement

Para Jumbles

Grammar

Vocabulary

One word substitution

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Q:   Which are MBA CET preparation books for English?

A:

To prepare for English section of MAH MBA CET exam, candidates must refer to the following three books:

  • Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis
  • High School English Grammar by Wren & Martin
  • How to Prepare for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for CAT by Arun Sharma

Only studying from the books will not be enough to prepare for the English section of the MAH CET MBA. Aspirants will have to start preparing for this section early on with the help of books and novels. Yes, the Reading Comprehension of MAH CET can be handled only by developing reading habit. Read books, novels, newspapers, research papers to develop the habit of reading fast and observing key points while at it. This will help you in the exam as one will get very less time to read the passages to answer the questions.

 

Q:   What are the topics from which questions are asked in MAH CET English section?

A:

The MAH MBA CET English session is not dominated by Reading Comprehension unlike CAT. Out of 50 questions, only about 14-16 questions are asked from Reading Comprehension passages. Rest of the questions are asked from topics such as appropriate usage, fill in the banks, para jumbles, vocabulary, antonyms and synonyms, error correction, sentence completion and word arrangement, grammar, one-word substituting and verbal ability. To score well in this section of MAH MBA CET, candidates should focus on English grammar and verbal ability such as word placement, fill in the banks, etc.

 

Q:   What is the difference between MAH CET exam sessions?

A:

There is no difference between MAH CET exam sessions. The question paper structure, difficultly level and time duration are the same. The questions of all exam sessions are unique, though.

MAH MBA CET is a popular exam and over 50,000 candidates appear for it every year. To accommodate so many aspirants in limited test centres, the Maharashtra State CET conducts the exam in multiple sessions. Candidates who get a morning shift slot will have to go through the same process for appearing in the exam as the candidates who will get afternoon session exam. However, that doesn’t mean that a candidate can appear in the exam in any slot. The exam session allotted to a candidate will be mentioned in their MAH CET admit card and candidates will have to appear for the test in that session only.

 

MAH MBA CET Question Paper Pattern 2025

MAH MBA CET question paper is similar to other MBA entrance exams, having MCQs from four core subjects – Logical Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and Verbal Ability. There are 200 MCQs of one mark each to be solved within 150 minutes. The MAH MBA CET exam is of moderate difficulty level with no subjective questions and there is no condition to attempt all the questions. The question paper of MAH CET 2025 will have questions clubbed as following:

MBA CET Syllabus 2024

Number of Questions

Marks per Question

Logical Reasoning

75

1

Abstract Reasoning

25

1

Quantitative Aptitude

50

1

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension

50

1

In the last three years, it has been seen that the number of questions for each section vary for every MAH MBA CET slot. For example, if in one slot the LR questions are 75 and Quantitative section are 50 in the next slot the number of LR questions can be 80 and the number of Quantitative section can be 40. The total number of questions remain 200 in all slots but sectional weightage changes. Thus, it is important for aspirants to study all the topics equally well.  

Also Read: MAH CET Exam and Question Paper Analysis 2024

Q:   What is the duration of MAH CET exam for MBA/MMS?

A:

The duration of MAH CET exam is 2.5 hours or 150 minutes. Candidates are expected complete the paper in the given time limit. There will be no sectional time limit so candidates can answers the questions as per their own strategy. No extra time will be given to any candidate for completing the test under any circumstances.

 In the MAH MBA CET exam, candidates will be required to punch in their answers on screens by using the computer mouse. They will be required to select an option and click on it. To save time on rough work use the screens calculator.

Since MAH MBA CET does’t have sectional time limit, you can re-check your answers as many times as you want till the exam time limit gets over. However, it is important that you keep a check on the time and not waste it in rechecking the answers repeated.

 

Q:   When should I start practicing MBA CET mock test?

A:

Candidates should start practicing MBA CET mock test about two months before the exam after they have completed the syllabus so that they can practice about 25-30 of them with a gap of one day. It is important to practice the mock tests only after they have completed the syllabus because they will be better equipped to solve various types of questions from the subjects included and it will be more helpful in analyzing one’s own preparation level. Those who have appeared in CAT, XAT, SNAP, and NMAT can start solving MBA CET mock tests early on as they will be already familiar with the main topics included in the syllabus. After every mock test, the candidate must check their score, number of correct questions, and number of incorrect questions. They should note down the topics from which questions posed a challenge so that they can study those topics again.

 

Q:   What is the marking scheme of MAH CET MBA?

A:

The marking scheme of MAH MBA CET is very straightforward. The total marks is 200 hundred for 200 questions. Which means, every question carries one mark. There is no negative marking. In case of incorrect attempt, candidates will be marked zero. If they skip a question, even then they will be marked zero. Total marks of a candidate will be calculated out 200 on the basis of their total number of correct attempt.

Section wise the marks allotment is as follows:

  • Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension: 50 marks
  • Logical Reasoning: 75 marks
  • Abstract Reasoning: 25 marks
  • Quantitative Aptitude: 50 marks

The MAH CET percentile is calculated out of normalized scores of every test take across all the sessions of the exam. The percentile is calculated on the basis of top scoring candidate’s marks against all other candidates.

 

MAH MBA CET 2025 Preparation Tips

MAH CET is similar most of the other MBA entrance exams. If you are preparing for CAT 2024, then you will be able to prepare for MAH CET 2025 easily. All you need to do is keep a few things in mind that are specific to MAH CET exam and syllabus. Some of those are listed below.

  • MAH MBA CET 2025 preparation strategy should include attempting a lot of mock test series. Most of the MBA coaching institutes provide their students with a wide variety of MAH CET Mock Tests. Those who are not a part of any MAH CET coaching groups can find mock test series online.
  • MAH MBA CET exam is conducted almost four months after CAT, so all you need to do is keep practicing and revising. Four months is a long gap but don’t not let the momentum go down. Keep practicing.
  • It is extremely important to analyse each CET mock test that you attempt. Analysing MAH MBA CET mock tests will help you know where you stand and where you need to put more efforts.
  •  Also, time yourself while attempting the mock test as speed and accuracy is critical. MAH MBA CET has 200 questions to be answered in 150 minutes. The paper has maximum questions from Reasoning. Many Quant questions are calculation based and there are long RC passages. Even though, you don't have to attempt all thr questions, 150 minutes will still feel less if your speed is not up to the mark.
  •  MAH MBA CET neither has negative marking, nor sectional time-limit. Thus, you can make your own strategy of answering the questions. Target the questions which are from your strength areas first and then move to questions from tougher topics.
  • In case you find it difficult to solve a particular question or it is taking too much time, mark it for ‘Review’ and move on to next question. You can come back later to solve that question.
  • Ensure you have 5-10 minutes in hand to preview your answers before the exam gets over.
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Best Books for MAH MBA CET Preparation 2025

To study the syllabus for MAH CET MBA/MMS, candidates must choose the right reference books. Given below is the list of best books for MAH CET MBA preparation:

MBA CET Preparation Book 

Author/Publisher Name

MAH CET (MBA/ MMS) Entrance Guide

Disha Publications

50+ Solved Papers

Arihant

Mathematics for MBA Entrance Exams

RS Agarwal

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension

TIME

Maharashtra MBA CET 

Arihant Publications

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FAQs on MAH MBA CET Syllabus 2025

Check below Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) related to MAH MBA CET Syllabus:

Q:   What is the syllabus of MAH MBA CET Quantitative Aptitude?

A:

The syllabus of MAH MBA CET Quantitative Aptitude section includes Geometry, Trigonometry, Algebra, Mensuration, Partnership (Accounts), Profit and Loss, Mean, mode, median, Ratio and Proportion, In-Equations, Quadratic and Linear equations, Surds and Indices, Time-Speed-Distance, Number System, Geometric Progression, Binomial theorem, Inequalities, Work and Time, Percentage, Logarithms, Square Root and Cube Root, Probability and Simple Interest and Compound Interest.

There will be 50 questions in the Quantitative Aptitude section of MAH CET. Every question will carry 1 mark for correct attempt and 0 for incorrect attempt. Five options will be given to choose the correct option from. Most of the questions will be asked from Arithmetic topics. This section also contains data interpretation. Normally, there are two sets of data interpretation questions based on graph, table or a pie chart. Out of 50 questions 8-10 questions are from data interpretation.

 

Q:   How can I prepare for MAH MBA CET?

A:

MAH MBA CET preparation can be done in two ways – 1. Join a coaching institute 2. Prepare by self study. If you choose the former, you will get complete guidance from the teachers and mentors, but if you choose the later, you will have to be your own guide. Self study will require a lot more discipline and dedication. Take simple yet impactful steps. First of all, check the exam syllabus and see how much time you will require to cover the topics. If you are already familiar with the topics included in the MAH MBA CET syllabus, you will be able to have an estimation of the time required.

Ideally, you should start MAH MBA CET preparation about nine months in advance. That will give you an ample time to understand and master the topics included in the syllabus through theory and practice questions. Join online study groups for problem solving and doubt clearing. Staying in contact with peers will keep you motivated for preparation.

 

Q:   Which are the best books for MAH MBA CET?

A:

To study the syllabus for MAH CET MBA/MMS, candidates must choose the right reference books. Although the CAT preparation books are common study material for all MBA entrance exams in India including MAH CET, candidates must refer to exam specific books to know the nuances of the exam. Books for MAH MBA CET are available in the market and they include sample questions of various difficult levels for practice. Candidates planning to appear for MAH MBA CET must refer to the books specific to the exam. Given below is the list of best books for MAH CET MBA preparation:

Book Name

Authors/Publishers Name

MAH CET (MBA/ MMS) Entrance Guide

Odisha Publications

50+ Solve Papers

Arihant

Mathematics for MBA Entrance Exams

RS Agarwal

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension

TIME

Maharashtra MBA CET 

Arihant Publications

 

Q:   How do I study for the MAH CET MBA last week?

A:
Here are some tips to help you study for the MAH CET MBA in the last week: 1-Stick to a schedule: Create a study schedule for the entire week, and stick to it as much as possible. Allocate equal time to each section of the exam and make sure to take breaks to avoid burnout. 2-Review key concepts: Focus on reviewing key concepts and topics that you are weak in. Spend extra time on these areas and make sure you understand the concepts thoroughly. 3-Practice with mock tests: Take as many mock tests as possible in the last week. This will help you get a sense of the types of questions that are likely to come up in the exam and also help you identify areas that need improvement. 4-Manage your time: During the mock tests, practice managing your time effectively. Make sure to pace yourself, so you have enough time to answer all the questions. 5-Get plenty of rest: Make sure to get enough sleep in the week leading up to the exam. A well-rested mind is crucial for performing well on the day of the exam. 6-Stay focused: Stay focused and avoid distractions during your study sessions. Keep your phone and other distractions out of reach, and avoid getting sidetracked by social media or other distractions. 7-Stay positive: Maintain a positive attitude and focus on what you have achieved so far. Don't get discouraged by past performance and believe in yourself. Remember, the key to success in the MAH CET MBA exam is to stay focused and disciplined in your approach to studying.
 

Q:   What is the syllabus of MAH MBA CET Logical Reasoning and Abstract Reasoning?

A:

The syllabus of MAH MBA CET Logical and Abstract Reasoning section includes Arrangements, Family tree, Coding-Decoding, Direction, Clock and Calendars, Groups and Conditionality, Number Series, Venn Diagrams, Syllogisms, Odd Word Out, Analogies, Blood Relations, Proposition, Direction Sense, Assumptions, Puzzles, Binary Logic, Clock and Calendars, Sets and Caselets, etc.

This section is divided into two parts. The Logical Reasoning section has 75 questions and Abstract Reasoning Section has 25 questions. Each question has five option to choose the correct option from. Each correct option fetches 1 mark and incorrect option fetches 0 marks. The candidates need to focus more on this section of MAH MBA CET as it carries the maximum weightage. Prepare for this section by practicing a large number of practice questions.

 

Q:   What is the syllabus of MAH MBA CET Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension?

A:

The syllabus of MAH MBA CET Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension includes all important topics such as reading comprehension, selling/appropriate usage, fill in the banks, para jumbles, vocabulary, antonyms and synonyms, error correction, sentence completion and word arrangement, grammar, one-word substituting and verbal ability. Candidates must prepare these topic well to score high in MAH CET. There will be 50 questions in the VARC section of MAH CET. Every question will carry 1 mark for correct attempt and 0 for incorrect attempt. Five options will be given to choose the correct option from. The Reading Comprehension passage will be of medium difficult. They will be short and will have straightforward questions. There are a maximum of 2 to 3 passages having not more than 14-15 questions. 

 

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K J Somaiya Institute of ManagementINR 17 lakh
MET Institute of ManagementINR 3 lakh
Chetana's Institute of Management and ResearchINR 7 Lacs - INR 9 lakh
Universal AI UniversityINR 9 Lacs - INR 16 lakh

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Tasbiya Khan

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Answered 3 weeks ago

The table below shows the top MBA colleges in Mumbai (All) that accept MAH CET score along with their total tuition fees:

College NamesTotal Tuition Fees
SBM NMIMS MumbaiINR 8 Lacs - INR 24 LPA
K J Somaiya Institute of ManagementINR 17 lakh
ITM Business School Navi MumbaiINR 12 lakh
MET Institute of ManagementINR 3 lakh
Amity Global Business SchoolINR 7 lakh

Disclaimer: This information is sourced from the official website.

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Tasbiya Khan

Contributor-Level 10

Answered a month ago

The table below shows the top MBA colleges in Maharashtra that accept MAH CET score along with their average placement package and the prominent recruiters:

College Name

Annual Average Package

Top Recruiters

K Institute of Business Management MBA

INR 7 LPA

PWC, Citco, Wipro, Xiaomi, Flipkart, Loreal, Grant Thornton, etc.
Indira Pune MBAINR 24 LPAWipro, Bain & Company, Piramal, Deloitte, etc.

Indira School of Business Studies MBA

INR 4 LPA

HDFC Bank, Axis Bank, Aditya Birla Group, Bajaj Finserv, etc.
SBM NMIMS Mumbai MBAINR 7 LPA - INR 19 LPAGoldman Sachs, EXL, KPMG, Infosys, ITC, Cognizant, etc.
K J Somaiya Institute of Management MBAINR 10 LPAITC, Amazon, HUL, Accenture, Airtel, Dell, etc.

 

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Tasbiya Khan

Contributor-Level 10

Answered a month ago

The general eligibility criteria to get MBA admission in MBA CET-accepting colleges in Maharashtra are listed below:

  • Candidates should have a bachelor's degree or an equivalent qualification in any discipline from a recognised university or institution with a minimum of 50% aggregate.
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Tasbiya Khan

Contributor-Level 10

Answered a month ago

Certainly, joining MBA colleges that accept MAH CET scores in Maharashtra can indeed be affordable. Below are some of the institutions where tuition fees are less than INR 1 lakh:

Low-cost CollegesTotal Tuition Fee
Abasaheb Garware Institute of Management StudiesINR 91,000
Punyashlok Ahilyadevi Holkar Solapur UniversityINR 88,000
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada UniversityINR 20,000 - INR 90,000
North Maharashtra UniversityINR 55,000
Shivaji UniversityINR 14,000

Hope this answer your query!

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Tasbiya Khan

Contributor-Level 10

Answered a month ago

Joining MBA colleges accepting MAH CET in Maharashtra can be worthwhile for you. For that, you need to check its ROI. Listed below are some of the colleges along with their fees and average placement package:

College Name

Total Tuition Fee

Annual Average Package

Pune Institute of Business Management MBA

INR 9 lakh

INR 7 LPA

SIBM Pune MBAINR 24 lakhINR 24 LPA

Indira School of Business Studies MBA

INR 4 Lacs – INR 7 lakh

INR 4 LPA

SBM NMIMS Mumbai MBAINR 8 Lacs - INR 24 lakhINR 7 LPA - INR 19 LPA
K J Somaiya Institute of Management MBAINR 17 lakhINR 10 LPA

READ MORE: Career After MBA

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Tasbiya Khan

Contributor-Level 10

Answered a month ago

SIBM Pune emerged as the No. 1 MBA college accepting MAH CET in Maharashtra followed by other colleges. Listed below are some of the colleges along with their NIRF ranking of past three years:

College Name

NIRF 2021

NIRF 2022

NIRF 2023

Symbiosis Institute of Business Management

20

17

17

NMIMS School of Business Management

22

25

21

KJ Somaiya Institute of Management

56

71

45

Hope this information proves beneficial for you!

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Tasbiya Khan

Contributor-Level 10

Answered a month ago

There are about 600+ MBA colleges that accept MAH CET score in Maharashtra. Of these, 403 colleges are privately owned, 31 are owned by public/government organisations, and public-private entities own 11 MBA colleges. MAH CET the most accepting entrance exams in top MBA colleges in MaharashtraPu

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Tasbiya Khan

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625 Institutes accepting MAH CET

Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • 4.4

    Placements

    4.5

    Infrastructure

    4.6

    Faculty & Course Curriculum

    4.0

    Crowd & Campus Life

    4.7

    Value for Money

    4.2

    Learning Experience

    0.0

    Course Support

    0.0
    (89)
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  • Total Fees: ₹ 24.20 Lakh
  • |
  • 2 years
  • |
  • Full Time
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • 4.3

    Placements

    4.3

    Infrastructure

    4.5

    Faculty & Course Curriculum

    4.6

    Crowd & Campus Life

    4.0

    Value for Money

    3.9

    Learning Experience

    0.0

    Course Support

    0.0
    (92)
  • |
  • Total Fees: ₹ 11.95 Lakh
  • |
  • 2 years
  • |
  • Full Time
NMIMS, Mumbai

NMIMS, Mumbai

Vile Parle West, Mumbai

Admissions 2024

MBA in Business Analytics
  • 5.0

    Placements

    5.0

    Infrastructure

    5.0

    Faculty & Course Curriculum

    5.0

    Crowd & Campus Life

    5.0

    Value for Money

    5.0

    Learning Experience

    0.0

    Course Support

    0.0
  • |
  • Total Fees: ₹ 10.00 Lakh
  • |
  • 2 years
  • |
  • Full Time
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • 4.2

    Placements

    3.9

    Infrastructure

    4.4

    Faculty & Course Curriculum

    4.1

    Crowd & Campus Life

    4.3

    Value for Money

    4.3

    Learning Experience

    0.0

    Course Support

    0.0
    (82)
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  • Total Fees: ₹ 17.29 Lakh
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  • 2 years
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  • Full Time

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