First-year junior college (FYJC) aspirants for the academic year 2019-20 can start filling the registration form (Part-I) for the centralised admissions on the admission portal from Monday.
The state education department has urged applicants to collect the admission booklets at the earliest to familiarise themselves with the online admission process.
Step 1: Filling the registration form (Part-I)
* Collect information booklets with unique user ID and password from their respective schools or from the 39 different help centres set up by the department.
* Visit the state education department’s website
* Click on ‘Student Login’ link and enter the unique ID and password.
* On the next page, enter the requisite information and hit save.
This form will only need to be filled once. For subsequent rounds, only Part-II of the admission form will need to be filled and submitted.
Step 2: After filling the form
The second part of the registration process will begin after the SSC results are declared at the end of this month. Once the results are out, students will have to log in to the admission portal again to fill Part-II of the registration form.
In Part-II, applicants will have to select their preferred course. Along with the course, they will also have to choose a minimum of one and maximum of ten colleges, priority-wise.
Like the previous year, if an applicant is allotted the college listed as their first preference, he or she will have to compulsorily take admission in that college.
If the candidate is unhappy with the college allotted in the first round, they can change their preferred college list and apply for a seat in the second round.
State Board vs Non-State Board students
The marks of state board students will be automatically updated in the admission portal. However, non-state board students will have to manually update their seat number and marks.
Further, non-state board students will have to get their online forms approved by their school or a guidance centre and get their grades converted to marks.
They will also have to submit their final mark sheet at the time of admission and get an eligibility certificate from the divisional state board.
Other important information
* Applicants will have the option of choosing from 849 colleges in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR).
* The list of courses offered by colleges, their cut-off percentages, fees, etc will be made available on the admission portal in the next few days (before students have to fill second part of the registration form).
* The seat matrix, detailing the number of open and reserved seats available across each course, is also expected to be made live on the admission portal shortly.Back to latest news