The main particular round of the First Year Junior College (FYJC) affirmations is in progress and on Monday, the lesser school portion list for admission was shown and cut-off rundown of universities was proclaimed. In this first unique round, for the 52,577 accessible seats, 20,347 candidates were available and 17,722 understudies were assigned universities.
The excess 2,625 understudies who had applied for admission in this round couldn’t coordinate the cut-off list of schools with their given school inclination and imprints. Of the 17,722 students who were allocated schools, 12,306 were given school of their first inclination, 2,505 understudies were given school of their subsequent inclination and 1,170 understudies were given school of their third inclination.
During the current year’s Class 11 admission measure, an aggregate of 72,820 understudies are qualified for the first round of confirmation in quite a while of Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad territory. Because of the break remain given by the Supreme Court (SC) on the execution of the amount for the Maratha people group in positions and instruction, the state training division had halted the admission process. Be that as it may, it continued on November 26.
Prior in the three standard rounds, of the absolute 1,07,030 seats in Pune district, 45,284 understudies finished the confirmation cycle and 61,746 seats are as yet empty. From December 20, the unique round-I confirmation measure began which was delayed after the Maratha people group understudies were pronounced as socially and instructively in reverse class (SEBC) by the state government and were permitted to profit the advantages of the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) on December 24.
“On Monday at 5pm, junior college allotment list for special round admissions was displayed online. Accordingly, cut-off list for special admission round will be displayed and SMS will be sent to students. From December 29 to 31 (6pm), students need to confirm their admission to the allotted colleges. Admission confirmation, rejection or cancellation needs to be done by the student login. In view Covid-19 pandemic situation, junior colleges should collect their admission fee only through digital payment modes, like payment gateway, bank transfer (NEFT/RTGS/IMPS/UPI), any e-wallets approved by the government of India or Reserve Bank of India,” said Dattatray Jagtap, director of secondary and higher secondary education department.
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