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The third and final general merit list for junior college admissions will be out on Monday.
With more than 28,000 students still to get seats in colleges, the office of the deputy director of school education is hoping that most of them will be accommodated in the third list. After the final list on Monday, the department might consider going offline, if the number of students without admissions is not very high. Students, who have not secured admissions in the online process, will have to apply to colleges, which have vacant seats. Around 93,029 students have already taken admissions in junior colleges and more than 28,000 students have not been allotted a seat in any of the rounds. A senior official from the deputy directors office said, if the number of students without admissions is not very high, we might consider going offline. Last year, more than 4,000 students were without admissions after the final round and the department decided to go offline after August 10. More than 22,000 students in the Mumbai region, who have failed in either one or two subjects, are eligible for admissions in junior colleges under the allowed to keep terms (ATKT) scheme. These students will be seeking admissions in colleges after the online process is over. Students from international schools, affiliated to the Cambridge International Examination (CIE) board, will also be eligible for the offline admission process. These students were kept out of the online process as they had not got their marksheets, which will be issued by the board this week, said an official. Moreover, according to a recent circular issued by the state, CBSE students who cleared the internal exam this year will also be entitled for admissions, once it goes offline. Meanwhile, colleges are clueless about the total strength of their FYJC divisions, since most students have taken provisional admissions. We were planning to start our session from this week, T A Shiware, principal of KPB Hinduja College, said. He added, Now, we are unsure. Around 420 seats are lying vacant, out of the total of 1,120, in my college. However, the students who have already taken admissions might also leave, if they get betterment option in the third round. We will get a clear picture only after the third round is over.
Courtesy: Times of India
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