Exam disrupted by Mumbai power outage
Students scheduled to write the Maharashtra Health and Technical Common Entrance Test (MHT-CET) in the second shift on October 12 and those in the first who faced technical glitches because of the Mumbai power cuts can re-appear for the examination.
The examination cell of MHT-CET has decided to re-conduct the state-level entrance test for students who missed the examination.
The power outage in and around the Mumbai region resulted disrupted local train services and many students could not reach the examination centre.
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