Mumbai, June 12: The admissions for First Year Junior College (FYJC) for Bifocal courses as well as Arts, Commerce and Science streams will start from tomorrow -- June 13, 2018, and will go on till June 18. The admission schedule has been released by the Maharashtra Education Department on its official website. The students will have to fill their admission forms online. There are six centres -- Mumbai, Pune, Amravati, Aurangabad, Nagpur and Nasik. As per the Centralised Admission Process (CAP), the Maharashtra FYJC Admission 2018 Part II Form has to be filled online from June 13 to 18 between 11 am and 5 pm.
Find the links below to fill the admission forms for FYJC Admission online:
According to the schedule, the first merit list for Bifocal course admission will be announced on June 21 at 11 am. Students who get a seat can confirm the acceptance by June 22 until 5 pm and pay the fees simultaneously. Similarly, the second round of seat allotment by CAP Committee will take place on June 28, 2018. Part II Option Form will be available for candidates to select seats for the second round of Bifocal Admissions from 23rd to 25th June 2018. Moreover, the junior college will declare the vacant seat details on June 28.
The students who want to seek admission in Science, Commerce, and Arts stream can fill the admission form between June 13 and 25, 2018. The declaration of General Merit List is scheduled on 29th June 2018, for students to notify errors to CAP Committee. The First Merit List by CAP Committee with seat allotment results will be published on 5th July 2018 at 11 am. Students who will be allotted a seat will have to confirm their admission by July 9 by 5 pm and pay the fees. Similarly, the declaration of Second Merit List will be made on 13th July 2018, third merit list on July 23rd and fourth merit list on July 29.
The delay in Maharashtra FYJC Admission 2018 Schedule occurred as the Education Department went ahead with launching the online admissions process for six centres instead of just two as planned earlier. “Earlier, it was only Mumbai and Pune region that were online, and data from these two regions were on the servers. But now since there are so many centres, the quantum of data has increased as the number of students has increased. Handling this data is difficult and is taking time,” stated an official to CNN News18.
The students can also visit the Maharashtra government official website www.mahacareermitra.com before opting any course