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Over 2,000 FYJC students claim seats in special admission round

For junior colleges in Mumbai, over 2,522 students claimed seats and 1,768 confirmed their admissions in the special admission round.

Over 2,000 FYJC students claim seats in special admission round
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On Monday, February 8, on day one of the first-come, first-served (FCFS) admissions for the junior colleges in Mumbai, over 2,522 students claimed seats and 1,768 confirmed their admissions.

However, according to reports, the state education department has informed that nearly 40,000 FYJC students are still without a seat. Moreover, out of the 2.5 lakh students who applied for the centralized online process in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, 2.1 lakh secured a seat due to which the education department held another round of FCFS admissions.

Meanwhile, the students who have filled up the admission forms or want to join afresh will be permitted to do so in the second round. Until February 12, students will be available to view live vacancies of seats across colleges and claim them. In addition, students can confirm admission by February 13.

On the other hand, as per reports, more than 800 students who have scored 80 per cent and above in their SSC board examinations last year, have secured admissions to the junior colleges across the Mumbai Metropolitan Region.

The Maharashtra education department had earlier initiated the admission process on a first-come-first-served basis from January 13. According to data shared by the education department, 50 students scoring 90 per cent and above were admitted in the first phase that concluded last week, while over 900 students scoring 80 per cent and above confirmed seats in the second phase of FCFS.

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