11th Admissions 2020-21

11th Admissions 2020-21

FYJC admissions on first come, first served basis

PUBLISH DATE 20th August 2017

CAP Set To Commence On Monday

The admission to first-year junior college (FYJC) will begin on first come, first served (FCFS) basis on Monday .

The students who have not been allotted any college or had to cancel their admission for any reason can apply in this round.

“The Common Admission Process (CAP) is being conducted online in the corporations of Pune, Pimpri Chinchwad, Mumbai, Nashik, Aurangabad and Nagpur as per the government resolution of January 7, 2017. Till now, more than 90% admissions have been confirmed. The number of students who have not got admission is less than the number of vacant seats,“ Dinkar Temkar, deputy director of education Pune division, said.

The students will be divided into three groups with category I including those who scored from 80-100% marks, category II will be for those scoring 60-100% marks and category III will include students scoring between passing and 100% marks.

The students will be required to log on to pune.11thadmission.net using their login id and password. They will then click on `Participate' and select the choice of stream. Following this, the students will have to look at the vacant seats of their choice of college and click on `Apply Now'. If a student gets through, the computer will generate a receipt and a message will pop up on the website congratulating the student about successful allocation.The student can then take a printout of this CGR and show it to the respective college to confirm admission.

There is a possibility that due to congestion, despite showing seats vacant in a college, the student may not get a successful allocation.This is because somebody else has already applied and got through. In such a case, the students can do the above process and select another college.

After the four regular rounds, a special round was conducted in August and the merit list was declared for the special round on Wednesday at 5pm on the official website. There are still students who have not got admission in any round.

“Students and parents have complained that despite allotment in the first special round, many colleges are not giving admission. This is wrong. The colleges have been asked to give admission to any student who has been allotted a seat via online CAP.The colleges who refuse to do so will be derecognised and administrative action as per the law will follow,“ Minakshi Raut, assistant deputy director of education, Pune division, said.

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