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While colleges announced their first offline merit list on Monday, 16th July 2012 a host of them commenced lectures for their First Year Junior College students on the same day. With some of the top city colleges having very few seats to offer for the offline admissions, most decided to start regular lectures for their new batch in the second week of July itself. This came as a relief as for the past three years we have been starting classes in August end or early September, leaving us with very little time to finish the first semester portion.
This year, we are much relaxed, said the principal of a suburban college. Some colleges started lectures for the new batch though they have some seats left to be filled offline. We will put up another list soon but we have very few seats left for the second offline list. We started lectures for a batch on Monday, 16th July and will hold an orientation for the batch on 4th August, said Marie Fernandes, principal of St Andrews College in Bandra.
N.M. College started FYJC lectures on 11th July 11. At K.C. College, lectures began on 13th July. Manju Nichani, principal of KC College, said they had no seats for offline admissions whereas N.M. College had four seats. Others have decided to get done with admissions before starting lectures. We have no seats. Depending on cancellation of admissions, if any, we will take students and then begin lectures, said Ashok Wadia, in-charge principal at Jai Hind College, Churchgate. Their lectures will begin on 23rd July.History, sociology textbooks unavailable:C lasses have started, but textbooks of a couple of subjects in arts are yet to hit the market. Students earlier faced problems in getting textbooks for science and commerce. But most books were made available last week. Only history and sociology are yet to be released, said Sarjerao Jadhav, Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education. He said textbooks will be released Maharashtra State's Textbook Bureau in the coming week.
Courtesy: Times of India
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