Over 3 lakh students in Maharashtra will find out if they can pursue a career in medicine or engineering.
The Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) will declare the results of the Maharashtra Health and Technology Common Entrance Examination (MHT-CET) on its websites dmer.org and dte.org.in.
The MHT-CET examination opens the doors to courses in health sciences, engineering and pharmacy in Maharashtra.
Starting this year passing the exam will also qualify you for Bachelor of Paramedical Technology (BPMT) course.
The MHT-CET exam is the last entrance exam for medicine and engineering aspirants in the state.
According to reports, over 3 lakh students have appeared for this exam and will compete for over 4,000 seats in health sciences a little over 9,000 seats in pharmacy and more than one lakh seats in engineering.
Even though the results will be out today, the merit list will be out on June 25 which will be followed by a centralised admissions process or CAP about a week later.