FYJC admissions: First come, first serve round to be conducted from Jan 13

For the students who are yet to obtain a seat, the Maharashtra education department has initiated the admission process on a first-come-first-served basis.

FYJC admissions: First come, first serve round to be conducted from Jan 13

With around one and a half lakh vacancies across junior colleges in Mumbai, the admission process has been initiated on a first-come-first-served (FCFS) basis.

According to sources, 1,96,136 students have already been admitted in Mumbai, Maharashtra. From Wednesday, January 13, students will be admitted in nine stages as per the marks that they have obtained.

Students who have not been admitted so far or the students who have not applied or the ones who have dropped out of the admission process will be eligible to participate in this round. This will be the last chance to get admission in the first-year junior college. Moreover, by the end of January, this admission process is touted to get over.

The admission process will be like this:

  • January 13 to 15 - Students who get more than 90 per cent marks
  • January 16 to 18 - Students who get 80 per cent marks
  • January 19 and 20 - Students who get 70 per cent marks
  • January 21 and 22 - Students who get 60 per cent marks
  • January 23 to 25 - Students who get 50 per cent marks
  • January 27 and 28 - All students who have passed the 10th standard
  • January 29 and 30 - Students who get ATKT

Earlier on December 28, as the cut-offs for the junior college admissions witnessed a dip, prominent colleges witnessed a dip of 16 and 11 percentage points for the arts and science streams respectively, as compared to that of the third merit list which came out on December 15. Moreover, in minority colleges, the cut-offs went down across streams, with vacant seats under the minority quota being surrendered for other students

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