Mumbai Rains: FYJC Admission Process Further Delayed Due To Rains

The First Year Junior College (FYJC) admission process had already been delayed by two months due to re-evaluation issues.


Mumbai experienced continuous downpour on September 4 and 5 which resulted in waterlogging at many places. State Education Minister Ashish Shelar declared a holiday for schools at 10:00 am on September 4 when most of the kids had already reached their respective schools. The parents were asked to come and pick their kids up which caused a lot of inconvenience. Holiday was declared for the next day as well as the state was expecting more rain. 

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The First Year Junior College (FYJC) admissions are still in the process and as the holiday was extended for one more day on Thursday, this has caused great inconvenience for students as the admission process which was already delayed by a couple of months will further be delayed.

Notably, September 5 was also Teacher's Day and many events had to be cancelled in schools. However, on a positive note, students had extended holidays for Ganesh Chaturthi. 

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