FYJC 2018: Third merit list out, confirm admission by Aug 2

FYJC 2018: Third merit list out, confirm admission by Aug 2
The third merit list was declared on Tuesday, July 31

The office of the Deputy Director of Education (DyDE) declared the third general merit list for First Year Junior College (FYJC) 2018 applicants on its admission portal a little after 11 am on Tuesday, July 31.

Nearly one lakh seats are up for grabs in the third round.

Checking Merit List

Today’s list is the third out of four that will be released for admissions under this year’s centralised admission process (CAP).

In order to check the college allotted in the second round, applicants need to:

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

# Click on the link ‘Centralised Allocation Round 3’ (rolling button under the main image).

# Enter 6 digit application form number.

# Hit ‘search’ button.

The next page will show the college allotted in the first round, along with the other details like college address, college preference number, category, marks, selected stream and merit number.

What’s Next

Per the latest schedule, students happy with the college allotted in the third round can confirm admissions by visiting the college and paying the requisite fee by 6 pm on August 2.

Those who are not satisfied with the college allotted in the second round can apply for a seat in the fourth round.

Important Dates:

August 2 (6 pm):Deadline for confirming admission under Round 3

August 3 (11 am): Declaration of Round 3 cut-off and vacancy list

August 4 (6 pm):Deadline for filling admission form for Round 4 (students can edit option form)

August 7 (11 am): Declaration of third general merit list

Unlike the previous rounds, several students are faced with a dilemma of whether to confirm admission in the college allotted in the third round or wait for the CAP to get over and apply for the 58,000 plus vacant seats in minority colleges.

The vacant seats were returned back to colleges after a ruling by the Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court.

Meanwhile, several colleges are expected to start regular classes in the coming week in line with the department’s rule of commencing classes after 70 percent seats are filled.

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