FYJC 2018 Round 2: Cut-off percentages Top 25 Mumbai colleges

FYJC 2018 Round 2: Cut-off percentages Top 25 Mumbai colleges
FYJC 2018: Cut-off percentages of top Mumbai colleges after Round 2

The office of the Deputy Director of Education (DyDE) uploaded the cut-off list for colleges in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region for round two of First Year Junior College (FYJC) 2018 admissions on its online portal on Friday.

Round 2: Cut-off percentages of top 25 Mumbai colleges

For the admission year 2018-19, the second and first round cut-off percentages of top Mumbai colleges are given below:

Arts:

Sr. NoCollege (No Particular Order)Round 2 – ArtsRound 1 – Arts
1St. Xavier’s College93.894.2
2Jai Hind College089.8
3KC College085
4Ruia College91.692.2
5DG Ruparel College8686
6NM CollegeNANA
7HR CollegeNANA
8R.A Podar CollegeNANA
9Mithibai College087.2
10Sathaye College73.480.8
11BK Birla College75.878.6
12Patkar College70.274.2
13KJ Somaiya College81.883.6
14Bhavans College75.678.8
15MCC CollegeNANA
16VG Vaze College8686.8
17KPB Hinduja CollegeNANA
18SIES College83.285
19KG Joshi College77.681
20ML Dahanukar CollegeNANA
21Thakur CollegeNANA
22St. Andrews8182.4
23Wilson College82.483.2
24GN Khalsa College77.474
25SK Somaiya College79.280.8

Science:

Sr. NoCollege (No Particular Order)Round 2 – ScienceRound 1 – Science
1St. Xavier’s College8890.4
2Jai Hind College085.8
3KC College087.2
4Ruia College91.693.2
5DG Ruparel College90.291.8
6NM CollegeNANA
7HR CollegeNANA
8R.A Podar CollegeNANA
9Mithibai College088.4
10Sathaye College87.892.6
11BK Birla College9192.4
12Patkar College89.291.2
13KJ Somaiya College89.290.8
14Bhavans College86.488
15MCC CollegeNANA
16VG Vaze College91.893
17KPB Hinduja CollegeNANA
18SIES College8991.2
19KG Joshi CollegeNANA
20ML Dahanukar CollegeNANA
21Thakur College085.4
22St. Andrews85.287.4
23Wilson College84.685.8
24GN Khalsa College86.286.6
25SK Somaiya College8888.6

Commerce:

Sr. NoCollege (No Particular Order)Round 2 – CommerceRound 1 – Commerce
1St. Xavier’s College
2Jai Hind College91.290.6
3KC College91.490.2
4Ruia CollegeNANA
5DG Ruparel College89.289.6
6NM College92.894.2
7HR College092
8R.A Podar College9293
9Mithibai College090.2
10Sathaye College88.289.4
11BK Birla College84.486.2
12Patkar College87.889.2
13KJ Somaiya College88.889.4
14Bhavans College86.687.6
15MCC College90.691.4
16VG Vaze College90.490.8
17KPB Hinduja College87.885
18SIES College88.489.6
19KG Joshi College88.489.4
20ML Dahanukar College89.891.6
21Thakur College076
22St. Andrews8686.8
23Wilson CollegeNANA
24GN Khalsa College85.685
25SK Somaiya College85.286

Note: Colleges with ‘0’ denote no open seat.

Checking cut-off list

Based on the seats allotted in the first merit list, the department put up the cut-off list for round one on its admission portal.

To check the complete list:

# Visit the admission portal – mumbai.11thadmission.net

# In the main menu, go to Cut-Off > Cut Off List Round 2

# A new page will open displaying a Google Spreadsheet with cut-off percentages of colleges across Mumbai

# The list can also be directly accessed from here

Note: For convenience, students can save an offline copy and search for their respective colleges there.

Top colleges run out of seats

During previous years, colleges had the option to surrender their vacant quota seats, minority (50 percent), management (20) and in-house (5 percent), for online admissions.

However, the Nagpur bench of the Bombay High Court on July 16 asked the government to return all vacant quota seats to respective colleges, who could admit students to those seats on their own.

Further, any vacant quota seats would be added to the CAP only at the end of the online admission process.

With the vacant quota seats returned to colleges, many top colleges like KC, Jai Hind and Mithibai did not have seats left in the general category and therefore could not accommodate more students in the second round.

As a result, applicants who had narrowly missed out on seats in these colleges in Round 1, failed to secure seats in Round 2 as well.

The decline in seats in the middle of the admission process left many students confused and disappointed, as a result of which many parents have written to the education department to scrap the online process for admission.

Round 3

Students who wish to apply for colleges in the third round can do so by filling the admission form again. In the third round, applicants will have the option of selecting a new list of preferred colleges.

Suvarna Kharat, joint secretary, school education department has confirmed that the department will publish a fresh seat matrix with the existing vacancies for general and quota seats, on the basis of which students will be able to select colleges.

The list is expected to be out before July 23, when the form filling for Round 3 begins.

To apply for a seat in the third round, applicants need to visit the admission portal after July 23, login to their account from ‘Student Login’ link and edit the list of preferred colleges for Round 3.

Important Dates (revised list):

July 21 (5 pm): Deadline for confirming admission under Round 2

July 23 (11 am): Declaration of Round 2 vacancy list

July 24 (6 pm): Deadline for filling admission form for Round 3 (students can edit option form)

July 26 (11 am): Declaration of third general merit list

Note: Students who canceled their admissions in bifocal/centralised rounds or wish to change their stream will be considered directly after the third round.

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