MCAER PG CET 2020: MAUEB begins acceptance of Grievances of eligible candidates

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Updated on Jan 28, 2020 18:00 IST

MAUEB has invited submission of grievances from eligible candidates. Those candidates who have successfully completed the MCAER PGCET 2020 application process can submit their grievances upto January 31, 2020.

MCAER PGCET 2020 Grievance Submission

Maharashtra Agricultural Universities Examination Board (MAUEB) on Monday began the acceptance of grievances of eligible candidates for MCAER PG admission 2020. Candidates who have successfully completed the application process can submit their grievances between January 27 and 31, 2020, on the official website.

MCAER PGCET 2020: Important Dates

As per the official notification by MAUEB, below is the list of events that will unfold on the mentioned dates.

MCAER PGCET 2020 Events

Important Dates

Submission of Grievances

January 27-31

Release of Final Eligible Candidate List

February 3

Release of Online Admit Card

March 04

MCAER PGCET Exam

March 14-16

Display of Answer Key of all Streams

March 24

Result Declaration

March 28

Details of MCAER PGCET 2020 Final Eligible Candidate List

Earlier, the Council had published the eligible and non-eligible candidate lists on its official website. Candidates who have submitted the complete application form along with the application fee are part of the eligible candidate list. Non-eligible candidate list, on the other hand, features the details of candidates who had submitted the incomplete application form or failed to pay the application fee.

Following the acceptance of grievances, the Council will publish the final list of eligible candidates on February 3, 2020. Only the candidates of the final eligible list will be issued admit cards to appear for the entrance exam.

About MCAER PGCET 2020

Maharashtra Agriculture Universities Examination Board (MAUEB) conducts the MCAER PGCET every year to select meritorious candidates for admission to postgraduate courses in agriculture and allied streams. It is a state-level entrance exam that consists of 200 objective type questions for every stream.

 

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