The last day to report to allotted colleges in First Year Junior College Admissions has been extended by a day to July 10 after many parts of the state witnessed heavy rain leading to submerged roads.
State education minister Vinod Tawde tweeted early in the day about the change in schedule. “The date for the first list of FYJC online admissions has been extended by one day. This decision was taken due to the adverse weather conditions, resulting in students being unable to reach colleges to complete the procedures. Precautionary holiday declared for schools, colleges in Mumbai Metropolitan Region for the safety of the students due to the heavy rainfall experienced in the city and the suburban areas. Heavy rains forecasted, every one is advised to stay safe,’ said the tweet from his official handle @TawdeVinod.
According to the old time table, the admissions would have been over by Monday and the junior colleges were supposed to publish the vacancy list along with the cut-off of the first merit list on Tuesday by 11am. But with the extension, students are apprehensive as to when the vacancy list will be out.
In Pune, out of total 39,897 students allotted colleges, 22,481 students have not reported to the colleges allotted to them. Out of the total, 17,211 students have taken admission in the allotted colleges and 141 students have cancelled their admission.
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