FY degree admissions 2018: Mithibai College, Mumbai has released the second cut-off list for admission to First Year Junior College (FYJC) on Sunday. The cut-offs for B.A programme stands at 94.2 per cent and for B.Com it is 90.60 per cent. Merit list has also been released by the college and all those students who find their names in the published list will have to visit the college’s official website, http://www.mithibai.ac.in and fill up the final admission form (phase 2). They will have to submit the same and then take a printout. They will have to take admission on July 16, 17 and 18.
Other colleges affiliated to the University of Mumbai, such as St. Andrews College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Ramnarain Ruia College and Sathaye College have also released their second cut-off list.
List of documents to be submitted along with the admission form:
Printed copy of college admission form (phase 2)
College pre-admission form (phase 1)
University pre-enrollment form
Proof of residence (photocopy of ration card, telephone bill, electricity bill, election card)
Original migration and two attested copies of migration/passing certificate/transfer certificate and provisional eligibility certificate (for those other than Maharashtra HSC Board)
Gap certificate (affidavit on a stamp paper of Rs 100)
One recent passport size photograph (student and parent/guardian)
The result of FYJC’s centralised allocation of round 2 was released on July 12 at the official website, however as per the High Court order, round-2 merit list in Mumbai colleges will be declared on July 19 at 11 am.
The first merit list was released on July 7. As per reports, nearly 2.3 lakh candidates applied of which seats have been allotted to as many as 1.2 lakh applicants. About 50,000 seats were already filled after the round 1.
Second cut-off at St. Andrew’s College
FYBA: Open (85 per cent), Minority (69 per cent)
FYBCOM: Open (82.60 per cent), Minority (73.08 per cent)
Also, due to heavy rain in Mumbai, the deadline for the FYJC admissions was extended by a day for the second time owing to heavy rains. The education department on Tuesday allowed candidates allotted seats in the first round to confirm their admissions by Wednesday.