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Mumbai: admission process for junior colleges to open from July 1

The Deputy Director’s Office is said to provide a link for registration for the admission process for class 11th.

Mumbai: admission process for junior colleges to open from July 1
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In recent developments, the admission process for junior colleges is said to open from July 1. The Deputy Director’s Office is said to provide a link for registration for the admission process for class 11th.  The login ID and password for the online admission for all junior colleges in the Mumbai metropolitan area will be sent to the registered address in the information registered in 2019-20 from July 1.

If the colleges want to make any changes pertaining to the information for the admission process, they would have to do so by visiting the official website. Therefore, the Department of Deputy Director of Education has planned an online training conference to inform the teachers, school principals and the junior college principals about the new provisions.

With the surge in the number of coronavirus cases across the country, all the educational institutions have been shut down. The Board of Education had decided to close schools and colleges to prevent the spread of the contagious disease keeping in mind the health concerns of the students. Today, three and a half months later, schools and colleges are still closed. Therefore, online education has been started considering the question of education further providing relief to the students as well as the parents. Apart from that, the process of academic study is also slowly beginning to resume.

Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had earlier given a nod to the SOP submitted by the education department to conduct online classes. According to the SOP, the department had proposed no online classes for up to class two students. In response, multiple schools in Mumbai have been conducting classes. Along with this, schools are also said to reopen in July in the areas that are free of the coronavirus. The decision was taken in a video conference which was also attended by Varsha Gaikwad, Minister of School Education.



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