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Maharashtra: After 12 rounds, last chance for students to get FYJC seats
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PUNE: The directorate of secondary and higher secondary education has decided to conduct one final admission round between February 5 and 13 after finding students without admission even after 12 admission rounds for the first-year junior college.

There are 304 colleges in Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad with an intake capacity of 1.07 lakh against which 70,202 students have been admitted while 16,714 students have not got admission.

Admission to FYJC in six metropolitan areas (Mumbai MMR, Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad, Nashik, Aurangabad, Amravati, Nagpur Municipal Corporation is being done centrally, online. Three regular rounds, two special rounds and seven first come first serve (FCFS) rounds have been held so far.

A S Ukirde, deputy director of education of Pune division, said, “There are many students who confirmed their admissions online but did not upload the documents required or did not get an allotment at all. There are students who thought their admission was confirmed and did not apply in the first-come first-served round. Parents have been coming to the office seeking an extension of dates so one last round is being organised.”

Students from abroad are required to attest documents by an authorized agency in their respective countries. However, due to the condition caused by Covid-19 pandemic, the students are facing difficulties.

Admission should be given to the students who have passed standard X abroad according to their qualifications. If the documents are not attested, such students should also be given admission with a period of guarantee.

All such students are required to bring the ‘Countersign of Embassy’ on the documents,’ said an official notification released on Friday.

The notification also cautioned students who want to change their already confirmed admission by cancelling it and applying it for new admission. Before cancelling the admission, one should make sure that seats are available at the place where the admission is to be made, the notification said.

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