The Centralised Admission Procedure committee has given another day’s extension for taking admission in standard XI as per the first-round allotment.
The last date as per the initial schedule was July 9. This was changed to July 10 on Monday which has now changed to July 11 till 5pm.
“The students who have not applied yet for admission to FYJC can do so now. They must buy the information booklet from a guidance centre. Using the login id and password, they must fill up the first part of the application process. Then they will have to go to a nearby guidance centre and fill up the second part after getting their documents checked and approved. After this they must fill up the part two of the form,” Minakshi Raut, acting deputy director of education Pune division, said.
Raut added that students who had already filled up the form need not do so again. “The seat number of their standard X boards has already been stored in the server and hence their form will be blocked. So it is better not to attempt to apply again if you have already submitted your forms once.”
The junior colleges have been asked to start their regular classes once they complete 70% of their admissions. “The junior colleges have also been asked to ensure that the complete syllabus of the students who are admitted after the commencement of colleges by conducting extra lectures/ practicals,” said Raut.
The students who have clicked on Proceed for Admission, but they don’t want admission now, it is not mandatory for them to take admission. On July 12, at 11 am the colleges will display their vacancy list and cut-off of the first merit list on the official website.
The CAP committee received a total of 75,939 applications of which there were 41,961 allotments, As many as 17,189 students who got their first option and 33,978 students who did not get allotments. Till Tuesday, 20,691 students had taken admission but there were 20,989 pupils who have got the allotments but have not taken admission.
For the past few years, the admissions have run into several rounds before the CAP committee declares the process over. The rounds last till September past the day when colleges begin classes.
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