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FYJC Mumbai first merit list 2018 released at mumbai.11thadmission.net

FYJC merit list: The result of FYJC's centralised allocation's round 1 has been released today at the official website, mumbai.11thadmission.net

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FYJC merit list: The merit list has been released today on July 7. (Source: Express photo by Sandeep Daundkar)

FYJC merit list: The result of First Year Junior College’s (FYJC) centralised allocation’s round 1 has been released today, on July 7, at the official website, mumbai.11thadmission.net. All those candidates who had appeared for the same can check the merit list the website itself. A few days back, the second merit list for admission to bifocal courses across the Mumbai Metropolitan Region was also released. This year, a total of 5,057 candidates were allotted seats in junior colleges in the second merit list announced.

HR College cut off for commerce stream is 92 per cent while for Narsee Monjee college is 94.2 per cent. Similarly, Xaviers’ college demands 94.2 per cent for arts stream and 90.4 per cent for commerce.

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FYJC merit list 2018: Steps to check

Step 1: Log on to the official website mentioned above


Step 2: On the homepage, click on the ‘FYJC merit list round 1′ link

Step 3: A new page will open. Enter your registration number and other details

Step 4: Click on submit

Step 4: Your result will appear on the screen.

Step 5: Download the same and take a print out for future reference

Read | FYJC admissions: 1.2 lakh students allotted seats in first round; cut-offs higher than last year

Important documents required for admission

Students should note that there are certain documents which they are required to carry during the admission. They should bring their original mark sheet of class 10 or SSC exams or any equivalent recognised exam along with the original school leaving certificate. Caste certificate and Special reservation certificate are required, if applicable. Students should also keep two or three sets of photocopies for the above documents as they will be required for admission to a junior college.

While last year the cut-offs had dropped significantly, this year, they have risen at several colleges. The competition is stiffer, as expected, as the number of high scorers (between 80 and 100 per cent) is much higher than last year, said principals.