MHT-CET 2009 Results


The MHT-CET results are out today (actually yesterday night at around 1 am, because they always manage to mess up somehow,but they rectified the mess and made it unavailable again early in the morning at around 9am till 10 am).

Click here to view the result
Click here to view the top 100 students

Having already been through this phase and having not much interesting stuff to do, I decided to go through the results to have an estimate as to what juniors I might get at VJTI. Here are my observations :

1. Mumbai, Mumbai Suburban and Thane together have 55 or so toppers among the top hundred

2. A fair number of them are Gujjus. ( No implications, just an observation 😉 )

3. The toppers from Agrawal Classes in HSC have yet again made it to the top in the MHT CET

4. The top-100 closed this time at 191 as opposed to 193 effectively last time.

5. The last rank given to a guy at 196 was 46 last time whereas it is 18 this time. This means that the density of students at the very top is less. This probably, not necessarily means that the density below (after and around 192/191) maybe be higher. However, I expect cut-offs to go down by at least 1 or 2 marks this time.

6. As last time, the number of people in the top 100 from the reserved category are less. This effectively means that more people from this category will get a better chance to get into the most desired institutes.

Finally, for those wanting to getting into or knowing about VJTI, let me tell you that all the bad press VJTI got recently about losing autonomy is very biased and prejudiced, written by one and only one reporter. There were management concerns expressed, but I think this presentation here effectively puts them to rest.

Details for admission to Autonomous Institutes here
Last year’s cut-offs for Autonomous Institutes (2008-2009) here


Hope to see some of you around in VJTI 🙂