DTE Maharashtra Post SSC Diploma Final Merit List 2021 Date

Posted on by Sejal Sharma

DTE Maharashtra State published the SSC Diploma provisional merit list for Maharashtra State/ All India/ J& K and Ladakh migrants candidates on 9th September. You can view the merit list online at DTE Maharashtra’s official portal whose direct link will be provided soon.

DTE SSC Diploma provisional merit list

To gather more data regarding the DTE Maharashtra post-SSC diploma provisional merit list keep reading the article below.

Maharashtra SSC provisional Merit List 2021

Directorate Of Technical Education, Maharashtra recruits students for different courses of post-SSC diploma every year. And names of all the shortlisted applicants will appear on the Merit List.

The merit list is based on the factors given below:

  • Total Number of Applicantions
  • Marks Secured by Candidates in SSC Exam
  • Cut Off Marks Prepared by Authorities
  • Board of Education from which Aspirants Passed the Examination

Applicants who have submitted the application form are now in search of final merit list declaration dates. The provisional Merit list has already been announced on 9th September. Aspirants can now check their names on this merit list from the official website. Also, we have provided a direct link through which candidates can easily download the merit list.

DTE Maha SSC Merit List 2021- Important Dates

Event NameDate of Occurrence
MAHA DTE Provisional Merit List Declaration Date9th Sep 2021
Grievance Submission date10th to 12th Sep
Final Merit List Announcement Date13th Sep 2021

To get admission in college marks of applicants must be equal to or more than the cut-off. Authorities will soon release the cut-off marks for all keen aspirants on the official portal of DTE along with the final merit list.

Tie-Breaking Rules for SSC Diploma 2021 Admission

If the case of a tie in marks of SSC exam of applicants then authorities will resolve the tie by using following methodologies.

Admission in First Year of Post SSC Diploma Programs-

  1. Applicants having a higher percentage in Mathematics will be given preference.
  2. If again a tie exists then a higher percentage in Science will be given preference
  3. Then a higher percentage in English at SSC will be chosen
  4. Preference will pass to those applicants who have cleared HSC Science

Admission in Second Year of Post SSC Diploma Programs-

  1. Applicants scoring a higher percentage in Maths at SSC will be given preference in case of a tie.
  2. Higher marks in Science at SSC will be preferred if tie still exists.
  3. Preference will be provided to those candidates who have a higher percentage in English at Secondary School Certificate.

Procedure to Download Post SSC Diploma Merit List

Aspirants can easily get the merit list by following The steps given below:

1. Firstly, applicants have to visit the official portal of DTE or check out the official links given below in this article.

2. Just under the Online Section on the homepage there will be links to download the merit list for Maharashtra candidates, J&K, and Ladakh candidates as well as for All India Candidates. These direct links are also provided in the next section.

 links to download the DTE Maha Post SSC Diploma Merit list

3. Hit that link as per your requirement.

4. Merit list will be open in a few moments on your screen.

5.Check your name on the merit list and download it. Also, you can also take a printout for future reference.

Provisional Merit List Links

End Note

In conclusion we have summarized the information provided above in this table.

Name of Conducting BodyDirectorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra
Admission toPost SSC Diploma Admission 
Academic Session2021-2022
Selection ModeBased on the Merit List
Final Merit List Release Date 13th Sep 2021
Mode of Merit List DeclarationOnline
LevelState Level
Official Portalhttps://poly21.dtemaharashtra.gov.in/diploma21/

We hope you find this information helpful. Also, for further updates keep visiting the official website of Maharashtra DTE.



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