FYJC First Merit List 2020 Mumbai

FYJC First Merit List 2020 Mumbai Pune Latest News Update

1. Student Registration, Part-1 filling will be stopped till August 30, 2020.
2. At the beginning for Regular Round-2 (After September 3, 2020) Part-1 & Part-2 can be updated & filled.
3. Minority & Management Quota admissions can be done during Regular Rounds.
4. Read the time table from time to time, For further details.

FYJC Standard 11th Online Admission Round – 1 -> From 23-08-2020, 12:00 Noon To 25-08-2020, 05:00 PM

1) Display of provisional General Merit list. (All Eligible Candidates)
2) Submission of “Objection / correction request” against the General merit through “Grievance Redressal Module” in student login
3) Online Resolution of Objections / Correction request by concerned Deputy Director of Education.

FYJC First Merit List 2020 Mumbai, Pune - 30-08-2020, 03:00 PM

1) Display of Jr. College Allocation fyjc first merit list 2020 Mumbai for Regular Round-1 Admissions.
2) Display of allotted Jr. College for admission in student’s login.
3) Display of allotted students list in concerned college login.
4) SMS to students.
5) Display of FYJC cut-off list 2020 Mumbai, Pune for first general admission round.

FYJC Admission and Fee Payment Date - 31-08-2020, 10:00 AM To 03-09-2020, 05:00 PM

1) (Proceed For Admission) Online confirmation of admission in the allotted Jr. College by Student.
2) Admission rejection & Admission cancellation.
3) Quota Admission process also continue. (Management & Minority)
4) Surrender of Management Quota seats.

Notes: -
 Students who have been allotted to first preference, it is compulsory to take admission in the allotted Jr. College.
 If such students failed to take admissions, they will be blocked for further Regular Rounds and will be considered during Special Round only.
 If a student wish to cancel his/her admission confirmed in first Regular round, can request concerned Jr. College for this and get the admission cancelled.
 Such students who have cancelled their admissions will be restricted for further Regular rounds and will be considered during Special round only.

Time for Jr. Colleges to upload status of admitted students on the website -03-09-2020, 05:00 PM To 03-09-2020, 08:00 PM

1. All students who have confirmed their admission in any Jr. College through Centralise Admission round or through any quota admission process, wouldn’t be allowed in any further round 2. Junior colleges will be permitted to surrender the vacant quota seats as per the admission schedules and /or instructions given from time to time. Schedule for further Admission rounds will be declared thereafter.

FYJC Standard 11th admission 2020 Zero Round

FYJC Standard 11th admission 2020: Education department starts ‘zero contact’ process for quota round

Maharashtra education department is now sharing the students’ data with colleges to make the 11th Standard admission process easy and simple for first-year junior college (FYJC) aspirants applying under the management, in-house and minority quotas. Because of the Covid-19 situation, the entire FYJC admission process will be based on ‘zero contact’.

A senior education department official said, “We have given students data applying under various quotas to the colleges so that they can make calls to the students to seek details on his/her interest for applying to their institute. Students can complete the entire process online and do not need to visit the college.”

Colleges need to complete quota admissions (also called the zero round) and update the status of admissions conducted on the portal for FYJC admissions by August 22.

Students who wish to confirm their Standard 11th admissions will get a one-time password (OTP) on their mobile phones, which they have to enter before securing a seat at a college. The same process would be conducted if a student wishes to cancel the admission. Once a student confirms admissions under any of the quotas, he/she will be out of the Centralised Admission Process (CAP) for general admission rounds.

Around 70,000 students had filled Part 2 of their admission forms, which consists of their college preferences. The education department started the process for filling the Part 2 forms from August 12. Admissions for students who are not applying under any quota will start from August 23. FYJC Merit List 2020 Mumbai and FYJC Merit List 2020 Pune is going to release on August 30.

More students scores above 90%, FYJC admission 2020-2021 get tougher

More students scores above 90%, FYJC admission 2020-2021 get tougher

FYJC Admission List 2020 - Admissions to first-year junior colleges (FYJCs) get tougher year-after-year, this year also, principals said, students are likely to face a stiffer competition to get into a college of their choice, as many more students across all the boards have scored in the 90-95% range.

Marie Fernandes, principal of St Andrew’s College, Bandra said “The competition keeps getting tougher every year, and it won’t be any different this year. The cut-offs may go higher than last year and it is likely that more students will be vying for the same seat, especially in top colleges.”

Principals feel students opting for quota admissions too, will face a tougher competition.

Parag Ajgaonkar, principal, NM College, Vile Parle said, “Generally, the rise in overall marks directly affects the cut-offs for general as well as minority quota admissions, and it will be a similar situation this year too. Status will be known once admissions to minority and management quota seats begin.”

While most Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) and Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) schools in the city earlier highlighted that the number of students who scored 95% and above was much higher as compared to 2019, the Maharashtra state board too, saw a surge in the high-scorers.

This year 83,262 SSC students from SSC board managed to score 90% and above this year, of which 14,756 are from Mumbai alone.

Mumbai divisional board received around 1.85 lakh applications from students for the general admission round in 2019. While nearly 1.68 lakh were from the state board, the second highest number of applicants (7,881) belonged to the ICSE board.

With ICSE students scoring big every year, experts said that the state education department needs to come up with a solution for state board students.

The cut-offs at HR College as well as KC College saw a rise from 92% and 88.6% respectively to 92.4% and 90.2% in the commerce stream. In the arts stream, St Xavier’s College closed its first list at 94%, a dip of 0.20% from 2018, while Ramnarain Ruia College and DG Ruparel College, with cut-offs at 92.6% and 86.2% respectively, with a marginal increase. Prominent colleges saw a clear decline in the cut-off marks for the science stream. The fyjc first merit list 2020 schedule will be released soon.