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FYJC Admission 2018: Teachers unhappy over omission of college list from Info Booklet

Wednesday March 28, 2018 8:09 PM , ummid.com News Network

FYJC Admission 2018

Mumbai: Teachers and headmasters’ body were disappointed on Monday when they were informed that the FYJC Online Admission Booklet (Information Booklet) for the academic year 2018-29 which contains User Name and ID will not have the list of junior colleges.

“The education department should not print such a booklet which does not have the details of junior colleges. It will save 250 rupees of the students as without the list of colleges the information booklet will not be of any use to them”, Prashant Reddy, General Secretary, Mumbai Headmasters’ Association, said.

FYJC Online Admission for six regions Mumbai, Pune, Nashik, Nagpur, Aurangabad and Amravati is set to start in the month of June soon after the result of Maharashtra SSC Class 10 exams 2018 are declared. Deputy Education Director had called a meeting on Monday to apprise headmasters and principles the briefs of the FYJC 2018 Admission process. The meeting to be attended by computer operators, senior clerk besides headmasters was initially planned at Khalsa College, Matunga in Mumbai. However the venue of the meeting was changed in the last minute.

“We were informed in the last minute that the meeting will be held at Ruia College instead of Khalsa College where it was planned earlier. This caused immense problem as most of us had already left for the meeting venue decided earlier”, Reddy said.

He also said that the Ruia College auditorium was insufficient to accommodate the participants because of lack of space. “We were more than 1200 whereas the college auditorium had a capacity to accommodate 300-350. This left most of the participants with no option but to leave the meeting venue as there was no space left even to stand”, he said.

The Maharashtra education department is conducting since last few years the entire admission process to First Year Junior College (FYJC), also known as 11th admission, online using dedicated and separate websites for the six regions. The online admission process starts in the month of June after Maharashtra SSC Class 10 or Matric results are declared, normally in the first week of June, and continue till August 2018.

The admission is done in different rounds and after each round of admission a Merit List is published on the respective website. If a student fails to get admission in first round he or she is directly moved to the next round of admission process. All students who had appeared for the 2018 SSC Class 10 exams will need to register themselves once the website is live and the online admission process starts.

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