How to do 2017 F.Y.J.C. online admissions Mumbai region


Looking for the online application form and procedure for 2017-2018 FYJC Mumbai admissions? This article explains the online procedure for the Mumbai junior college admissions after Std.X exam results and provides the schedule for the various steps of the procedure.

From the 2009 academic session, the Government of Maharashtra has introduced online admissions to First Year Junior College (F.Y.J.C.) in the in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). There will also be an online process for admissions to junior colleges in Pune, Nagpur, Amravati, Nashik and Aurangabad.

For the academic session 2017-2018, the F.Y.J.C online admission process has been updated with changes in the application form. Here's what you need to know -

Changes in Mumbai Junior College online admissions

  1. You will no longer have the option of selecting multiple options from the list of colleges. You can select up to 10 colleges only. If you do not list your colleges in the order of preference, it will become compulsory to take admission in the college which is allotted by the computerized system.

  2. You can select only one stream.

  3. If you are allotted a college which was your first preference, then you must take admission to that college only. Once you get this allotted college, you need to pay the admission fee to that college and secure your admission as then you will be out of the admission process completely. Keep in mind that if you don't get your preferred college and you take part in the next rounds, there is no guarantee that you will get a better college than the one allotted to your in the first round.

  4. If you are allotted a college which is not your first preference but you wish to join that college, you can pay the requisite admission fee. In that case, you cannot further participate in the admission process. Those who have not paid the fee to the allotted college can take part in the next rounds of admission.

  5. After every round, vacant seats will be updated on the admissions portal.

  6. Admissions to HSC Vocational (MCVC), and seats on the basis of quota (religious or linguistic minority and in-house/management quota) will also be done through the online process only. You need to select the admission type as quota and select the reservation you are eligible for. The category-wise reservation is: 5% Management Quota; 20% In-house students; 50% Minority quota. Once you confirm your admission under a quota and proceed to pay up the full amount of the admission fee, then your name will be blocked to prevent you from applying in the general category.

  7. Schools must help the students to fill up the online application form in the school itself. You must not fill in the form through a coaching center or cyber cafe. The school can fill up the first part of the application form and students can then fill up the options of their choice in Part-2 of the form once the Class 10 results have been declared.

  8. The schools have been directed not to issue the School Leaving Certificate (SLC) unless and until the student applies for FYJC admissions to a college through the online admission process.

  9. There will be 4 rounds of admission over a period of one month, between 15th June 2017 and 15th July 2017, once the Class 10 results are declared. Additional rounds will also likely be conducted later, every two weeks for a couple of months, up to 1st September 2017, when students can seek admissions on a first come first serve basis.




Step by Step guidance for the FYJC online admission process

  1. Obtain the admission information booklet from your school, this being available from 29th May onwards at the cost of Rs.150/-

  2. Online applications will be through the new admissions official website

  3. Log in with the ID and password which has been provided in the admission booklet you purchased.

  4. The school can fill up Part 1 of the application form from May 31st onwards. You do not need to wait for the Class 10 results to fill up this part.

  5. Once the Class 10 results are declared, you can log in again and fill up Part 2 of the online application form.

The options in the online application process

  1. Streams: (i) Arts; (ii) Science; (iii) Commerce.

  2. Types under each Stream: (i) Aided; (ii) Unaided; (iii) Permanent Unaided; (iv) Self-financed.

  3. Sets of Junior Colleges: (i) Co-ed; (ii) Boys; (iii) Girls.

  4. Medium of Instruction: (i) Marathi; (ii) English; (iii) Hindi; (iv) Gujarati: (v) Urdu; (and other languages).

Note that each Junior College will have a unique code number on the basis of stream, type, set and medium of instruction & hence you will like see more than one code number for the same college. Take care to choose your option correctly, keeping in mind the medium of instruction and fee structure.



Securing admission

Once you get the allotted college through the online admission process and are going to secure your seat, you need the following documents to be submitted at the college:
  1. The original mark sheet of Class 10 examination (or of the equivalent exam.)

  2. The original school leaving certificate.

  3. The original caste certificate (if applicable).

  4. The relevant certificates related to Sports, Arts, Culture (if applicable).

  5. Transfer certificate for wards of government employees (if applicable).

  6. The relevant certificates/documents (if applicable) for wards of service term & wards of freedom fighters.

  7. The relevant certificates for those who are Physically Handicapped students.


While awaiting your Class 10 results, you could check out information of the colleges in Mumbai, including details of courses offered, to help you to make the right choice during the online admission process.


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Comments

Author: Vandana01 Jul 2017 Member Level: Platinum   Points : 7

An update on the new schedule:

  1. First Merit List: 10th July, 5p.m.
    • Pay fee to claim seat if name appearing in first merit list: 11th to 13th July, 10a.m. to 5p.m. at the allotted college.

    • Cut-offs to be published and vacant seats to be updated: 14th July

    • Make changes to stream or college listed in application form: 15th to 18th July, 10a.m. to 5p.m. You can also complete your application form if it was left unfinished.

  2. Second Merit List: 20th July, 5p.m.
    • Secure seat and pay fee at allotted college if your name is in this second list: 21st to 24th July, 10a.m. to 5p.m.

    • Cut-offs of second merit list & update of vacant seats: 25th July

    • Chance to change preferred college or stream: 26th and 27th July.

  3. Third Merit List: 29th July, 5p.m.
    • Pay fees at allotted college: 31st July and 1st August, 10a.m. to 5p.m.

    • Cut-off and updated vacant seats: 2nd August

    • Change college or stream preference: 3rd and 4th August, till 5p.m.

  4. Fourth Merit List: 6th August, 5p.m. (this will be the final list)
    • Secure admission by paying the fees at the college: 7th and 8th August, 10a.m. to 5p.m.

F.Y.J.C academic session of 2017 will begin on: 9th August.



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