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FYJC Merit List 2017 was supposed to be released on 10th July 2017 at 5 PM. However at 5 PM, Mumbai online admission portal (mumbai.11thadmission.net) ran a notice saying that first allocation list would be out onwards of 7 PM.
When 7 PM came, official website of FYJC Mumbai crashed, and remaining five portals (Pune, Nashik, Nagpur, Aurangabad, Amravati) did not show any update. Students, lakhs of them, waiting for FYJC merit list 2017 have been left in the dark about result announcement.
As per reports on social media by education experts, merit list could now be updated either around 9 PM or it might be stretched to after midnight. As soon as first merit list is displayed, students will be able to log in and also open merit list on official websites of FYJC online admission 2017-18 for Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Nashik, Amravati, Aurangabad.
The students looking forward to studying in Junior College, may check the First Year Junior College (FYJC) Merit List 2017 today. The merit can be checked from the official website, which is mumbai.11thadmission.net for Mumbai region, aurangabad.11thadmission.net for Aurangabad region, amravati.11thadmission.net for Amravati region, nashik.11thadmission.net for Nasik region, and nagpur.11thadmission.net for Nagpur and pune.11thadmission.net for Pune region.
The candidates may check the merit list online, by submitting the Application/Form Number. To know the correct result, the candidates must check it from the respective regional website only. Candidates who have been allocated seat will also be sent an SMS by SESD. In it, the admission status of the candidate will be displayed. Then, the candidates will have to accept the seat, else they will be dropped down from the admission procedure.
The schedule so far states the beginning of Round 1 seat allotment from July 11 to 13 2017. It will be done from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Once the students are allocated a seat, the data of vacant seats will be evaluated and the candidates will be able to check it on July 14, 2017. Along with the vacancy position, the cut-off for round 1 will also be announced.
The applicants will be able to change the preferences from July 15 to 18, 2017. Then, on July 20, 2017, the 2nd merit list for FYJC 2017 will be announced. The Round 2 seat allotment will be done from July 21 to 24, 2017. Candidates will get July 26 and 27, 2017, to modify the changes and then on July 29, 2017, third merit list will be revealed.
In all, there will be four merit list. The fourth one is due to be declared on August 05, 2017. However, towards the last round of allotment, most of the seats will be occupied. Hence, the candidates must plan their plan their option well and order it as per the preference.
Mumbai and Pune are two of the biggest region under FYJC. The number of students who appeared for Class 10th examination from these two regions was 3,42,973 and 2,72,489, respectively. The number of qualified candidates was 3,08,996 and 2,50,562. Among the qualifiers, nearly 2.36 from Mumbai and 2.35 from Pune have applied for FYJC admission. In all, there are 750 Junior College and such neck to neck competition will definitely increase the level of cutoff this year.
Usually, 70 to 80% seats are filled after the first round and second round of counselling. However, last year, 32,000 students from Mumbai were yet to take the admission when the 4th merit list was announced. The number of applicants who applied from Mumbai were 2.2 lakh and in the 4th round, 15,000 students got the admission.
The toll of students receiving admission under minority quota was 35,000 and it is expected to remain the same this year as well. The colleges are also allowed to keep 5% seats reserved. The discretion of these seats is complete upon the college. Whether this admission session will be more successful than the last year’s only time will tell. However, for now, you can tell us your FYJC stories. How was your merit? And which college will you be opting to? Ask/Share what’s on your mind with us, comment below!.