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Timetable for FYJC admissions declared

Within nine days of declaration of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) State Board results, the timetable for FYJC exams has been declared

Timetable for FYJC admissions declared

The timetable for students seeking the First Year of Junior College (FYJC) admissions has been issued and soon, the students will be able to secure their admissions in colleges. The timetable was released within nine days of declaration of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) State Board results. 

Accordingly, the second form for the admissions will be released on June 19, Wednesday. Along with this, the students that haven't filled the first form for Arts, Commerce, and Science, can now complete the procedure and submit the first form by filling it.  

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The officials have made it clear that the admissions will be provided to the students on the basis of 'First Come, First Serve'. The university will begin the FYJC classes after 70 per cent of the admissions are completed. 

As per the regulations in the timetable, the general colleges can allot seats on the basis of management and in-house quota as per their availability. On the other hand, minority colleges can issue minority quota after the third merit list has been issued by the respective college.  

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