11th Admissions 2021-22

11th Admissions 2021-22

11th Admissions: 3rd Round Analysis

PUBLISH DATE 16th December 2020

Pune: As many as 23,120 students in Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad were allotted seats in the first year junior college (FYJC, Std XI) third merit list announced by the centralised admissions process (CAP) committee on Tuesday.

Over 8,929 of the total applicants were given colleges based on their first preference.

The cut-off in many popular colleges in the city continued to remain in the 90s and the highest cut-off was 96.4 for science stream in Fergusson College.

In charge of the CAP committee, Meena Shendkar, said, “There were a total of 46,794 applications for FYJC in Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad. Accordingly, nearly 50% of these applicants have been allotted seats in the third round. There are enough seats vacant so students whose names have not figured in the third list need not worry as we will have a special round when they can try for a better chance.”

The highest number of seats were allocated in science stream with over 10,000 applicants getting an allotment. There are a total of 304 colleges in Pune region for FYJC seats with an intake of 1.07 lakh.

The seats for inhouse and management quota are being filled at college level. Students allotted the colleges can go to their online form application and click on 'proceed' button to confirm their seat.

They have time till December 18 for confirming their seats, Shendkar said.

Mumbai:

The third merit list for first-year junior colleges announced on Tuesday brought little respite to students as cut-offs remained above 90% at most popular institutions across streams. The cutoffs were up to 10% higher than the third merit list in 2019.

Of the 1.1 lakh students who applied for the online admission process in the third round, 45,402 were allotted a seat. Of these, only 6,179 students were allotted a seat in the college they had listed as their first preference and it would be mandatory to secure admission or be out of the process.

At most colleges, the cutoffs were the same or even higher than the second merit list. For instance, in the arts stream, the minimum entry scores at K C College and Jai Hind College at Churchgate and Mithibai College at Vile Parle were above 90%—higher than the previous list—and 2%, 7% and 4% more than the cut-offs in the third merit list in 2019, respectively. At St Xavier’s College, Fort, there were no seats for the open category in the third list.

Similarly, in the commerce stream, while R A Podar College, Matunga, had no seats on offer in this round, the cut-offs at H R College, Churchgate, Ruparel College, Matunga, and V G Vaze College, Mulund, saw a marginal increase. “Considering the pandemic was in play this year and the FYJC admissions were stalled for this long, we had expected non-state board students to continue in their schools and not wait for this process to resume. However, that doesn’t seem to have happened. This year, there was also a big jump in the number of students who scored above 90% across boards, thereby increasing the cut-offs,” said Ashok Wadia, principal, Jai Hind College. Cut-offs in all three streams at the college were around 90%.

While cut-offs in the science stream saw a slight dip at most colleges, they too remained high. Principals say a further dip in cut-offs is expected in the next round with quota seats being surrendered for students from the open category. “While seats at most popular colleges aren’t vacant in plenty, the pool for open category students will definitely be bigger in the next list. We have a few seats across streams which have found no takers under the quotas,” said Vidyadhar Joshi, vice-principal, V G Vaze College.

Colleges are allowed to surrender minority and constitutional reservation seats for the open category only after the third round.

Students have until December 18 to confirm the seats allotted to them in this round.

Several colleges are preparing to begin the academic session online after admissions in this round conclude. The education department will conduct a special round of admission to allow all students to participate. This year, though, there would not be a first-come-first-served round.

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