OVER 2,790 STUDENTS ARE YET TO REPORT TO THEIR RESPECTIVE COLLEGES AS PER THEIR PREFERENCE IN THE SECOND LIST IN PUNE
Over 2,800 students, as per round two reports of the first year junior college (FYJC) admissions of Class 11 admissions, are at the brink of losing out admissions if they do not confirm their seat by the deadline of July 24, claim official reports.
As per the centralised admissions procedure (CAP), while 4,078 students out of a total of 6,884 students have been admitted based on their first preference of college, in the second round of the admission process, 2,806 students are yet to get admissions.
According to a report released by the office of deputy director of education, Pune, on July 22, as many as 2,790 students are yet to report to their respective colleges as per their first preference in the second list. Out of the remaining 16 students, eight had been rejected while the admissions of the other eight had been cancelled in the process.These students have a day to confirm their admission with the respective colleges. It is mandatory for those students to confirm their seats in the respective colleges.
Those who do not confirm their admissions will be out the process and would have to try admissions in private colleges, or re-appeal to the board.
This rule, however, applies to students receiving their first preferences only.
In Mumbai, the number of students yet to report at the colleges of their first preference to confirm their seats, has reached a total of 7,287. Previously, the education department had to push the deadline for round one completion from July 13 to July 14, after a total of 23,643 out of the 48,315 candidates, who were allotted admissions , did not confirm their seats.
Out of the total number of allocations in Round 1, 19,991 students had got their first preference.
For them, it was mandatory to register with the respective colleges and confirm their seats.