The state education department unveiled the final version of its eagerly awaited online admission system to junior colleges. This year, all students in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region applying to a junior college in the general (open merit) category, will have to do so online. Admissions to the 50% minority quota at minority institutions, and the 5% management quota, will not be online, and will be left to colleges to conduct.
The admission site, http://fyjc.org.in/mumbai will be operational from June 10. Students will be able to practise filling out their application forms,before the SSC results are out.
Once the results are out, a student can fill out and lock the form, print it out, and manually submit it a designated submission center.
Students can apply to a maximum of 150 colleges and as many as two streams. ICSE and CBSE students will have to download the form and fill it manually. In the science and the commerce streams, students can apply to both the regular science course as well as the vocational science course.
Students will receive an e-mail and sms informing them of the college they have made it to once the merit list is out.
Over 1,000 centres, including schools, colleges and special MKCL centres will be set so students can access a computer and fill out their forms.
F.Y.J.C. 09-10 Online Admission, Mumbai Region Website – http://fyjc.org.in/mumbai
PS : This is indeed one good step by Mumbai University. I remember I rushed to 20 odd colleges after my 10th Standard results. Now one can apply to 150 colleges sitting at home !
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