10,000 students didn't secure FYJC admission even after being shortlisted

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10,000 students didn't secure FYJC admission even after being shortlisted

After the first merit list for FYJC admissions was declared, around 10,000 students didn’t secure admission even though they were shortlisted in a college of their choice. This an unusual case where students have not secured admission even though their name was shortlisted. This scenario is bound to make the FYJC admission process even more complicated.

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Students were to secure admissions till July 14 for the first round of admissions where 79.474 students completed the admission process and 76,504 students didn’t complete the process according to the officials.

The confusing bit is, out of those 76,00 students, 10,000 actually got admission in the college of their choice. This just complicates the second round of admissions.

Now because these students didn’t secure admission in the first round even after being shortlisted, they will be out of the further merit lists and will have to wait till the entire online procedure ends.

Out of 76,000 students, 48,524 have opted for Commerce, 20,662 have opted for Science and 6,846 students have chosen Arts.

Students haven’t secured admission even though they were shortlisted according to their preference. Now, because of this, other students will be affected as well. After all four rounds are over, the students who were shortlisted will be catered to,” B.B Chavan, Education Inspector.

The second merit list will be declared on Monday, July 17 at 5 pm.

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