MSCIT exam 2020 by MSBTE & MKCL: MSCIT hall ticket for the March 2020 exam event has been released today. Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education (MSBTE), the board responsible for conducting the MSCIT has put up a notice on its website stating the issue of hall tickets.
The notice uploaded at msbte.org.in states, ” Hall tickets for MS-CIT online examination January 2020 exam event (regular & physically challenged) are available now.”
MSBTE will organize the exam while the course and structure is built by Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation Limited (MKCL).
official site for MSCIT activities: 184.108.40.206/mscit/
MSCIT 2020 Details
MSCIT 2020 exam is scheduled to be held in March. The applications for the current January 2020 batch were taken until January 25th, 2020.
The exam date will be mentioned on the hall tickets of the candidates.
MSCIT exam pattern
- Exam duration will be 1 hour.
- A total of 50 questions for a total of 50 marks will be asked in the paper.
- 1 mark will be awarded for each correct answer. There is no negative marking.
Level wise distribution of marks and questions is given in the table below.
|Level||Difficulty level||No. of objective |
|No. of practical |
|Total no of|
|Mark(s) per question||Total marks|
How to download hall tickets
Firstly, visit this official link. Then on the left corner, under the ‘Hall tickets’ section, select ‘Regular Candidates Jan 2020’ or ‘Physically Challenged candidates’ whichever applicable.
Now, the login window will open. Here, the candidates have to select their district, select ALC code/city or enter ALC details, enter Student name and registration number. After entering the required details, candidates will get their hall tickets.
MSBTE has instructed the candidates to adjust the page size to get the hall ticket printout only on one A4 sheet page.
The exam is designed along side the model of RSCIT and many other state-wide State Certificate in Information Technology. Maharashtra State Certificate in Information Technology (MSCIT) is conducted to promote the computer literacy among the youth in the state.