A total of 33,904 students appeared in the Maharashtra Technology Common Entrance Test (MT-CET 2013) here yesterday. Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) conducts MT-CET for admission to first year full time degree courses in Engineering and Pharmacy.
“The exam was held smoothly at 74 exam centres in the city. We have not received a single complaint about any misconduct or mismanagement,” said Pramod Shendge district contact officer of DTE.
Students claimed that the Physics paper was difficult, as many questions were application- based and consumed a lot of time. “The Chemistry and Mathematics paper were easy compared to Physics. The syllabus of Physics is vast and there are some questions I really found difficult to solve. Overall the exam was good,” said a student of Fergusson College on condition of anonymity.
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