mumbai.11thadmission.net - Change Junior College in Mumbai

Mumbai.11thadmission.net - Change Junior College


Students who wish to switch colleges in Class 12 will require to fill out an application form that will soon become available on the portal mumbai.11thadmission.net.

Students will, however, need a ‘valid reason’ to shift to another college. As per the education department, students can make the switch only if they get a different stream, a college closer to home, or if they have recently moved or their parents have been transferred to another part of the city.

Many students in the middle of Class 11 or in Class 12 look for changing colleges if they want to secure admission at a college of their choice or if they are unhappy with the college allotted to them in the FYJC online admissions. The new rule of Maharashtra education department will make it tough for students to move from one junior college to another.

Kavita Rege, principal, Sathaye College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Vile Parle said, "Mumbai’s junior colleges are waiting for the education department to announce 11th online admission process timetable before implementing the changes. Many students have approached us for switching colleges. For now, we have asked them to submit applications, and we will take admission only after the 11th online admission 2017 starts.”

Rege added that the government needs to move fast over the 11th online admission mumbai. “The education department had announced about 8 months ago for the 11th online admissions, but we are yet to receive any further information or any new development or recent changes about it. This has put our college admissions on hold,” said Rege.

Nashik FYJC Admission 2017 Online

Nashik FYJC Admission 2017 Online


From the academic session 2017-18, the education department has planned to begin the online mode of Common Admission Process (CAP) in Nashik. Students passing Class 10th exams this year will seek admission to 48 colleges under Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC) via the centralized process.

Deputy director of education Ramchandra Jadhav with a meeting of principals of all these 48 institutes informed them about the CAP to be introduced from this academic session 2017-18. CAP has been successfully implemented in big cities like Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, and Aurangabad. Nashik will see the online admission process from this year. fyjc org in mumbai and pune fyjc org in admission starts soon.

Junior colleges in Nashik conducted their own admission process at an individual level up till now. Many education societies and trusts run more than one college in Nashik and nearby areas. Maratha Vidya Prasarak Samaj (MVP) and Mahatma Gandhi Vidyalaya (MGV) are trusts that conducted their own CAP for all colleges run by them individually for Class XI. Though many students found this online CAP process cumbersome.

Ramchandra Jadhav said, "Class XI admission process would become simple for students after CAP is introduced. Students need to fill just one form with 10 preference options for various colleges. All students who pass the SSC examination from Maharashtra as well as from other boards will be eligible to participate in CAP. Though, students from CBSE and ISCE boards, need to convert their grades into percentages as per the education department rules.

Open category students need to submit the School Leaving Certificate and the original copy of the SSC statement of marks as the necessary documents for admission in Nashik junior colleges. Reserved category students need to show original certifications of their respective categories. Nashik Colleges need to follow the standard reservation pattern.

Management quota of 5% is reserved for each college, 20% seats are reserved for in-house quota. Students coming from schools run by the same trust under NMC areas will be given admission on the merit basis. The Nashik education department would held regular press briefings and keep the students informed about the CAP. Each and every student who wish to seek admission to Class XI in Nashik need to undergo CAP from this year. Students who do not wish to apply through CAP must search for colleges other than the Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC).

Students and teachers were excited for the big decision to implement CAP process online. Shaunak Rajhansa, a Class XI commerce student of KTHM College said, "I submitted separate applications in three prominent colleges last year. The follow-ups for the admission is a hectic task. CAP is a great and welcome move".

K S Shinde, the teachers' representative of KSKW College, Cidco, welcomed the CAP implementation online and said that this system is foolproof making sure that admissions will be on merit basis.

With experiences of the CAP model in Pune, Mumbai and Nagpur, it is expected that smooth admissions of Class XI in Nashik for only 48 colleges will be conducted successfully.