On Thursday, the state CET cell announced the results of the MHT CET, an entrance exam for engineering, pharmacy, agriculture, and animal and fisheries science courses. This time, 13 students received a perfect score in engineering Adi Tembhu and agriculture courses (PCM Group).
Vidarbha students appear to have done well. Sacchit Kale of Nagpur and Sharyu Deshmukh of Akola, who took the CET for engineering and agriculture courses (PCM group), topped the state with 100 percent.
In pharmacy and fish eries courses, (PCB group), 14 students secured 100 percentile to emerge top pers. These include Aditi Tembhurnikar of Nagpur and Neeraj Kakrania of Amravati.
With 99.99 percentile, Akola’s Vedant Tayde secured second position in the PCM group. Prasanna Nage of Buldhana (99.97 per centile) secured third place, Vedanta Parkhe (99.96 per centile) of Amravati Aditi Churnikar fourth place, and Aastha Chauhan with 99.95 percentile secured fifth place.
In PCB, Akola’s Sakar Bande secured second place, Akola’s Bhagyashree third place, Prajakta Lihitkar of Nagpur fourth place and Rajratan Dahiwade of Amravati fifth.