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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. 

Slammed for removing SSC internal marks, Maharashtra hikes FYJC seats

The SSC students are battling higher cut-offs for admission in FYJC (first year junior College) as they are facing competition from the students of ISCE and CBSE boards whose scores included internal assessment marks


Mumbai FYJC admissions 2018: Displaying revised vacancy list for round 3

Mumbai FYJC admissions 2018: The School Education Department will release the the revised vacancy list on Friday, July 27 (11:30 am), and students will get a chance to edit their choices till Saturday, July 28 (6 pm).

FYJC admission delay: Colleges plan extra classes for students joining late

According to the new schedule released by the education department, the third round of admissions will get over by August 2 and the fourth round is scheduled between August 7 and 9.

FYJC second merit list out: Amid ‘chaos’, many high scorers fail to make the cut

The state government’s move to return vacant quota seats to the college, in line with a court ruling, has thrown the admission process out of gear.

FYJC admission process starts, first merit list on June 27

The first list of quota admissions would be displayed by the respective colleges by 4 pm on June 20 and students can finalise admissions on June 21 and 22 between 11 am and 4 pm through the online login id of the colleges.


FYJC admission chaos: Panel meets to find solutions

The suggestions will now be finalised and submitted to the state government which will in turn present it to the Bombay High Court, which is hearing a case on the junior college admissions process.

Class XI exam looms; admissions far from over

Delay in admission schedule has colleges struggling to complete syllabus

FYJC admissions: Second merit list out, students ‘randomly’ allotted colleges, wait for preferred ones

The total students eligible for admission in junior colleges in the city and its surrounding areas this year is around 3.3 lakh.