MH CET Law Reservation Policy 2022 - Based on Social, Economical & Seat Allocation Criteria

MH CET Law Reservation Policy 2022 - Based on Social, Economical & Seat Allocation Criteria

MH CET Law Reservation Policy 2022: The reservation policy explains how seats are distributed across categories and how seat allocation works in government and private universities that participate in the MH CET law 2022 admission process. Through admission notifications for 3-year LLB and 5-year LLB, the State Common Entrance Test (CET) publishes the MH CET law reservation policy 2022. Candidates throughout India who apply for the MH CET law 2022 are placed in the open category, which means that no seats are particularly allotted for them, regardless of their social caste position.

MH CET Law Reservation Policy 2022 - Highlights

  • In all government/government aided minority institutions/ government aided/ university departments/ programmes, 85 percent of the total seats would be reserved for Maharashtra residents.

  • In all government/government-aided minority institutions/ government-aided/university departments/courses, 5% of total seats would be reserved under the NRI/OCI/PIO quota for foreign nationals or Indian candidates holding foreign nationality.

  • In all government/government-aided university departments/courses and government-aided minority institutions, 10% of the total seats would be reserved for candidates from throughout the country.

  • Minority candidates would be allocated 51 percent of total seats in unaided minority institutes.

  • There would be no minority quota in unaided institutes, and 65 percent of seats will be allocated to Maharashtra students.

  • Including a 5 percent of quota, NRI/OCI/PIO/foreign candidates will be given 20 percent of the total seats in all the unaided participating institutes.

MH CET Law Reservation Policy 2022 - Based on Social and Economic Criteria

Only candidates from Maharashtra are eligible for backward class reservations. SC, ST, OBC, EWS, and notified tribes are among the social categories considered for reservation. Around 50% of seats are reserved for candidates belonging to socio-economic caste groups.

MH CET reservation policy for socio-economic caste groups

Category of Reservation

Percentage of Seats Reserved

Scheduled Castes and Schedule Caste converted to Buddhism (SC)

13.00%

Schedule Tribes (ST)

7.00%

Vimukta Jati (VJ)/ De Notified Tribes (DT) (NT-A)

3.00%

Nomadic Tribes 1 (NT-B)

2.50%

Nomadic Tribes 2 (NT-C)

3.50%

Nomadic Tribes 3 (NT-D)

2.00%

Other Backward Classes (OBC)

19.00%

Total

50.00%

  • For admission to a reserved category seat in the admitting college, all reserved category candidates must present their caste certificate, caste validity certificate, and non-creamy layer certificate at the time of document verification.

  • Candidates who have a caste certificate from a state other than Maharashtra will be eligible for the Open Category.

  • Previously, some of the castes under the SBC category were included in the other backward categories. As a result, such an SBC candidate will be considered eligible for reservation in the backward class in which they were previously listed.

  • If some reserved seats remain available after the merit list admission procedure, SBC candidates will be allowed admission on a first-come, first-served basis to take the seat on a priority basis up to 2% of the total intake capacity.

MH CET Law 2022 Reservation for Children of Ex-Service Personnel

Within the sanctioned intake of an institute of MS quota, 5% seats shall be reserved for the following:

  • Children of ex-service men who are domiciled in the state of Maharashtra (Def-1).

  • Children of Active Service Personnel who are domiciled in Maharashtra State (Def-2).

  • Children of Active Service Personnel (Def-3) who are transferred to Maharashtra State but are not domiciled there (Def-3).

  • Who are not domiciled in Maharashtra but their families are stationed in Maharashtra State under the provision of family housing retention at the last duty station on the grounds of children's education, provided that the candidate has appeared and passed the SSC (10th Class) and HSC (12th Class) examinations from a Maharashtra school/college.

MH CET law 2022 Seat Allocation Criteria

The State CET Cell allocates seats to the candidates who qualify in the examination and participate in the MH CET law counselling process. The seat allocation, in general, is conducted based on merit cum preference. However, factors such as candidate's category, institute type, and reservation policy also affect seat allocation. Candidates can check the complete details on the seat allotment below.

Allocation of seats within sanction Intake - Type 1

Sr.

No.

Type of Institution

No. Of Seats- As % of sanctioned Intake

CAP Seats

Maharashtra State

Candidates

All

India

Seats

*Quota for NRI, OCI, PIO,

Foreign

Candidate

Minority

Quota

1

Government

Institution

85%

10%

5%

Nil

2

Government Aided Institution

85%

10%

5%

Nil

3

Government Aided Minority Institution

35%

10%

5%

50%

4

University

Department/Course (Government Aided)

85%

10%

5%

Nil

Allocation of seats within sanction Intake - Type 2

Sr.

No.

Type Of Institute

No. of Seats- as % of Sanctioned Intake

CAP Seats

Institute Level Seats

Maharashtra State (M.S.) Candidates

All

India

Seats

Minority Quota

Institute Level Seats

(Including 5%

Quota for NRI, OCI, PIO,

Foreign

Candidate if

applicable)

1

Unaided* (Vina

Anudanit)

Institution

65%

15%

Nil

20%

2

Unaided* (Vina

Anudanit) Minority Institution

100% of M.S. Seats $

15% #

51% @

20%

3

University

Department/Course (Self-Financed/

Unaided)

65%

15%

Nil

20%