Here's Why FYJC Admissions Have Been Delayed Till Mid September

Management quota and reservations have impacted the admission process drastically as general category students have been denied admission for First Year Junior College

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The entire admission process had been initiated online which was supposed to make things easier and fast track the admission process. However, it's not the case with the admission process of First Year Junior College (FYJC). There have been many reasons for the process to face delay. 

1. There have been several issues as students from Secondary School Certificate (SSC) had not scored as well as their counterparts in  Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) and Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), therefore the admission process got extended as the state government sent a notice to colleges to increase their seats. 

2. Management quota and reservations have impacted the admission process drastically as general category students have been denied admission. 

3. Some students only applied to prominent colleges even when they had scored less. 

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4. Some students did not confirm their admission when they had got it in the initial rounds. 

5. According to the Deputy Director of Education in Mumbai, the admission process was going to be concluded within two months of the result but has to now be extended. The authorities have stated that in mid-September, last round of admissions will take place where all students who haven't been allotted seats will have to complete their admission process. 

The delay in the admission process has caused many problems as students are waiting to attend regular lectures and teachers are struggling to complete their portion before the first semester examination. 

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