State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra will release MHT CET 2020 Pharmacy Cutoff on its official website dtemaharasthra.gov.in. A cutoff score is the minimum marks required to ensure a seat and participate in the counseling process. CET cell will release a detailed cutoff list for All India (AI) as well as for Maharashtra candidates, which will be further segregated by categories and institutes. Very less data is available for what is the criteria for admission into pharmacy courses via MHT CET, what is the application fee, cut off for colleges offering B.Pharm, etc. To bridge this gap, we bring to you the colleges offering B.Pharm and PharmD through MHT CET 2020 and minimum marks required by analyzing previous year trends.
Factors determing MHT CET B.Pharm, PharmD Cut Off
The concept of the cut-off is basically an indication to the students regarding the minimum required marks to gain admission in the institutions. It simply means that if the students’ scores are above the cut off marks, it is more likely for them to get admission. To get a better perspective, students are advised to look at the previous year cut off marks. The cut off marks also vary depending upon the category of the students. These scores allow the students to get admission in colleges in Maharashtra only. Some of the factors that impact MHT CET Cut off 2020:
- The current difficulty of the examination.
- Previous years cut-offs marks.
- A total number of seats for any course.
- The category of the candidate ( SC/ST/OBC)
- A number of candidates appearing for the test.
Colleges Accepting MHT CET 2020 Pharmacy Cutoff
There are four kinds of educational institutions that accept scores of MHT CET:
1. Government Colleges
2. University Colleges
3. Government Aided Colleges
4. Private Un-aided Colleges
All the different kinds of institutions are present in Maharashtra itself. However, the various regions include:
- Amaravati Region Aurangabad Region
- Mumbai Region Nagpur Region
- Nasik Region Pune Region
Pharmacy Colleges with MHT CET B.Pharm, PharmD – Previous Year Cut Off
|S.No.||Name Of The College||Location Within Maharashtra||First List Cut-Off||Second List Cut- Off||Third List Cut-Off||Fees|
|1.||Chanakya Education, Society’s Indira College of Pharmacy||Pune||82.68||77.89||81.31||₹372,000|
|2.||Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research||Wardha||85.94||83.95||83.73||₹440,000|
|3.||Bharati Vidyapeeth College Of Pharmacy||Navi Mumbai||92.46||87.83||93.34||₹155,000 (first year fees)|
|4.||Institute of Chemical Technology,||Matunga, Mumbai||98.49||97.21||96.69||₹ 341,400|
|5.||Vidya Bharati College of Pharmacy||Amravati||85.65||83.43||85.35||₹ 82,000 1st Year Fees|
|6.||Sinhgad Institute of Pharmacy||Vadgaon, Pune||83.95||79.87||78.48||₹ 125,500 (first year fees)|
|7.||SVKM’s Dr. Bhanuben Nanavati College of Pharmacy||Mumbai||92.72||92.46||–||₹ 5.7 L – 7.8 L|
|8.||Dr. D Y Patil College of Pharmacy||Akurdi, Pune||85.65||83.43||83.39||₹ 7.11 Lakhs|
|9.||Oriental College of Pharmacy||Navi Mumbai||88.33||86.86||83.64||₹ 5.34 Lakhs|
|10.||Mumbai Educational Trust’s Institute of Pharmacy||Mumbai||90.39||90.05||88.82||₹576,000|
- Shobhaben Pratapbhai Patel School of Pharmacy and Technology Management:
This esteemed university was established in 2006 in Mumbai and consists of 100 seats for B.Pharma degree and 60 seats for the Diploma in Pharmacy. This private institution has the facility of girls and boys hostel, knowledgeable faculty, and an enormous campus. The fees is comparatively much higher than other universities. The total fees for this course is ₹ 966,000 /- With placements, students have an average package of 3.30 Lakhs.
- Dr. D.Y. Patil Institute of Pharmaceutical Science & Research, Pimpri Pune:
This university offers 100 seats for B Pharma while 15 seats and 30 seats for M Pharma Pharmaceuticals and Pharma. D respectively. The university has hospitals, Auditoriums, Gyms Laboratories and Library for the students. It is an private institute established in 1994 with 571 total student enrolments. The cut off for first round of this college was 90.97.
- Indian Institute of Chemical Technology
It was initially part of the University of Bombay but in 2002 was regarded as University Institute of Chemical Technology (UICT). It offers 30 seats for the B. Pharma course and hosts collaborations with IIT Kharagpur, IOC Bhubaneshwar, Homi Bhabha National Institute (HBNI). It proudly ranks 3rd best university for Pharmacy in India. Pharmacy students (M.Pharma) usually receive a salary package of 4.50 Lakhs after placements.
- Bharati Vidyapeeth College Of Pharmacy:
This deemed university has excellent programmes in Pharmacy with practical lab sessions and theoretical lectures. This full-time four year course has 60 seats and for Masters, there are only eight seats. Renounced companies like TCS and Nestle have often come for placements in the college.
- Sinhgad Institute Of Pharmacy:
This college offers these degrees to the students -M.Pharma Ph.D. B.Pharma. It a limited faculty of 35 but 480 total student enrolments. Students after gaining a degree receive a salary range of 2.40 -2.70 Lakhs. The Accreditation given by NAAC to this university is B+. It has 100 seats for B.Pharma course.