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Maharashtra FYJC admission process to begin with online registration on May 30

The mock round of the process aimed at providing candidates with a practice began on Monday and will continue till May 29.

Maharashtra FYJC admission, FYJC admission, Maharashtra news, Mumbai news, indian expressSion police registered a case against two people, purportedly affiliated with Shiv Sena, for allegedly posting offensive cartoons of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah on Twitter. Police said that a case has been registered against one Rohan Pathankar, who is an office bearer of Shiv Sena from Worli and Nitin Shinde from Pune. Shinde works for the IT cell of the party. An offensive and morphed image of Modi and Shah was posted on Twitter from Pathankar’s Twitter handle, police said. “The caption posted along with the picture was also offensive. However, minutes later, Nitin retweeted the picture that allegedly encouraged Pathankar’s post,” said an officer from Sion police station. A resident from Sion reported the matter to the police alleging that it was done to tarnish the image of senior leaders of the country following which a case was registered under Section 153-A (promoting enmity between different groups on ground of religion, race, place of birth, residence, language) of the IPC. No arrests have been made in the case. (File)

The centralised admission process for the first year of junior college (FYJC) in Maharashtra will begin in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), Pune, Pimpri-Chinchwad, Nashik, Amravati and Nagpur on May 30 with the online registration stage. From this day, students seeking FYJC (class 11) admissions will be able to begin their online registration process which is part-I of the form and part-II of the form will be opened after the declaration of class 10 results.

This will be to complete the FYJC admissions of the batch currently awaiting their class 10 results, for the academic year 2022-23.

The mock round of the process aimed at providing candidates with a practice finally began on Monday and will continue till May 29. Students can log on to 11thadmission.org.in and select the city where they seek admission.

In the mock round process, a demo-login system will be made available for candidates. From May 30, however, the demo-login data will be erased and students will be able to start the process afresh.

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The FYJC admissions in selected cities in Maharashtra are done through the centralised admission process rounds which are held online. After registering for the process, students have to provide a preference list of colleges of their choice where they wish to take admission. A minimum of one and a maximum of 10 colleges can be filled in this preference form. Students are allotted seats in those colleges as per merit.

The FYJC admissions process has not been immune to criticism this year as well as the timetable was delayed. It was discussed earlier that the mock round will start on May 17 but it was put on hold. Now, the students’ registration process will begin on May 30 and the second part of the form will be opened after class 10 results. The admission schedule thereafter will be declared later.

First published on: 23-05-2022 at 01:30:25 pm
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