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Third Merit list for FYJC admissions to be declared today

The third and final merit list for First Year Junior College will be declared today at 7:00 pm. Accordingly, students making the cut will have to secure admissions by August 5

Third Merit list for FYJC admissions to be declared today

The admission process for First Year Junior College (FYJC) is in its final stage as the third and final merit list for the course will be declared on Thursday, August 1. The announcement will be made on the respective college websites at around 7:00 pm on Thursday. The 41,718 students who failed to secure admissions after the second merit list will be keeping an eye on the announcement.

Previously, more than 16,000 students had decided not to secure admissions despite their percentage being well within the cutoff list. The students did not secure admissions as they could not find their names on the merit lists of their preferred colleges. 

After the merit list is announced, the students will have to secure admissions by August 5. The colleges will begin the admission procedure August 2 onwards and the students can seek admissions on August 2, 3, and 5. 

Meanwhile, after the admission procedure for the second merit list is finished, the colleges will issue special merit lists in order to ensure every student is able to enroll for their desired course. On the other hand, Deputy Director of the Office of Education has directed the colleges to begin the regular lectures for FYJC courses.

Around 1.08 lakh seats are still vacant and third merit list is expected to ensure that they are filled. Out of the total number of available seats, 14,260 seats belong to the Arts stream, 55,701 seats to the Commerce stream, and 35,674 seats are vacant for the Science stream. If seats are vacant after the third merit list admission procedure is concluded, then a special merit list will be released on August 5.

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