FYJC Online Admission 2016-17 Starts

FYJC Online Admission 2016-17 Starts Soon

First Year Junior College (FYJC Mumbai) students can now fill applications for fyjc online admissions to session 2016-17, soon. In the previous year, the fyjc online admission start a week earlier than this year. Its understood that the delay in the fyjc online admission process was primarily due to some confusions coming up over Maratha and Muslim quota in colleges.

The Mumbai education department will distribute user manuals for the fyjc online process in junior colleges and schools from the second week in April 2016.

After the declaration of Maharashtra SSC board exam results 2016 possibily in the month of June, students will be able to fill the second part of the online admission form fyjc . Mr. Phadtare also informed that the training sessions are completed for junior college staff, and training for schools have just started and the authorities have already started training school principals to guide students in filling the forms, user manuals sent for printing.

A meeting with Junior college staff has also been done on Tuesday regarding rules and regulations to be followed during fyjc online admissions. “Colleges have completed registering on the website and we have briefed their administrative staff,” he said.

The fyjc online form-filling for students starts in April 2016. As the fyjc online admission process started a bit late this year, the education department is concerned and are trying level best to ensure the process does not get delayed by too many days.

As the state government announced reservation for Marathas and Muslims, some confusions over the matter caused the delay. In the fyjc online admission, some pre work for admissions like registering colleges and upgrading the fyjc mumbai website, starts February every year, the department could not start work till early April.

“We couldn’t start work until a final decision on the quota was taken. If it was implemented this year, it would have meant changing our online system to make provisions for reservation of 16% seats for Marathas,” Phadtare said.

The attempt to change the nodal agency conducting the fyjc online admissions — from Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation Limited (MKCL) to National Informatics Centre (NIC) — also delayed the process.