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Mumbai FYJC admission process for third round extended to August 7

Mumbai FYJC admission 2019: Education Minister Ashish Sellar, in a tweet, mentioned that the admission process for the third merit list has been extended till August 7

Mumbai FYJC admission process for third round extended to August 6

Mumbai FYJC admissions 2019: Education Minister Ashish Sellar, in a tweet, mentioned that the admission process for the third merit list has been extended till August 6.

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Third round of FYJC admissions: Cut-offs dip in popular Mumbai colleges

For Science, Father Angel Multipurpose School and Junior College, Vashi had the highest cut off (91.80 per cent), followed by VG Vaze-Kelkar College, Mulund (88.80 per cent) and Ruia College in Matunga as well as B N Bandodkar College of Science in Thane (87.60 per cent).

Mumbai FYJC 2nd merit list 2019 released, how to apply for admission

Mumbai FYJC 2nd merit list 2019: The candidates can check the merit list through the official website, mumbai.11thadmission.net. Students can take admission to the colleges allotted to them from July 23 to 25

Mumbai FYJC first merit list released: How to apply for admission

Mumbai FYJC first merit list 2019: Students can take admission to the colleges allotted to them from July 13 to 16, 2019.

Mumbai FYJC admissions: First general merit list, Commerce continues to be popular

In all, 1,487 students have secured higher than 95 percentage in Class 10 board exams, of which maximum students (756) belong to ICSE board. From CBSE board, 425 students have scored above 90 per cent, whereas the number for SSC board is only 301

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Maharashtra government extends deadline for FYJC online admissions

The decision comes a day after the Bombay High Court (HC) ruled that the quota extended by the state government to the community by categorising them as Socially and Educationally Backward Class (SEBC) was valid.

Maharashtra FYJC 11th admissions 2019 begin: Check how to apply, documents needed, counselling schedule

FYJC admissions 2019: The students who want to apply can do so through the official website of the colleges. The admission process will be concluded on August 3 with the special round.

Maharashtra: Slight dip in cut-offs in second list of city colleges for degree courses

For BMS, the cut-off in Mithibai College is 95.20 per cent in the second list, whereas for BFM it is 93.4 per cent. In Hinduja College, for BAF and BFM, the cut-offs are 84.92 and 82 per cent.

Maharashtra FYJC admissions begins, check schedule

FYJC admissions 2019: The online admission process for the first year junior colleges has been started on Wednesday. The admission process will be concluded on August 3 with the special round. 

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