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Due to shutting down of internet
services in parts of Maharashtra during the Maratha quota
stir, caste validation of 2,344 students who had appeared for
the engineering CET is pending, an official said today.
The state government will, however, seek extension of
the deadline from August 10 to August 14 to enable the
students to upload their caste validity certificates, he said.
The allotment results for additional round of the MH
CET 2018, held in May this year, were announced on August 7 in
"Due to ongoing Maratha stir and shutting down of
internet services in different parts of Maharashtra, the
students could not upload their caste validity certificates.
The last date for uploading the documents is August 10," the
Social Justice department official said.
Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHT CET) is a
state-level under-graduate engineering entrance exam, which is
conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE).
He said a request has been sent to the Admission
Regulatory Authority (ARA) seeking extension of the deadline
for online submission of certificates.
The internet services in seven rural tehsils of Pune
district and parts of Aurangabad district were suspended today
to prevent rumour-mongering during the one-day shutdown
observed by Maratha organisations.
Internet services in Navi Mumbai and Aurangabad
(Rural) were suspended for some time during the Maratha quota
agitation last month.(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)