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If everything according to plan, junior college admissions should start by the second week of May. According to the admission website, fyjc.org.in /mumbai, which are already functional, the process of filling forms should start within three weeks time. Officials at the deputy director of education (school) announced the total number of seats available for the 2012-2013 junior college admission process in every stream. The information booklets are ready and have been sent to schools already. Currently, school principals are undergoing training for the online process.
Soon, they will hold training sessions for students and their parents, said a senior official at the deputy directors office. This year, of the total 2.65 lakh seats for all three streams combined, 1.5 lakh will be available for the online admission process, whereas the rest will be available for various quotas including management, in-house and minority quotas. Admissions for these seats will take place offline before the online admissions begin. Once the seats under the various quotas are filled, colleges will have to surrender the rest of their seats for the open category admission that will take place online, added the official. This year, a special committee was set up to help suggest ideas to facilitate a smooth admission procedure and accordingly, changes were made in the procedure. Admission for bifocal subjects will take place in colleges only once the admission to general category streams is done. Then colleges can offer bifocal seats to students as per merit, said Shiware, principal of Hinduja College at Charni Road. While the results for ICSE and CBSE students are out by the end of May, SSC students usually have to wait till the second week of June for their results, only after which they can start applying to colleges. Authorities are also hopeful that results of state board exams will be out earlier than usual this year. We cannot predict so soon but our aim is to announce results earlier than previous years so that even the admission process starts early, said Sarjerao Jadhav, state board chairman.
Courtesy: Times of India
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