FYJC Admission List 2020: New portal has list of all Mumbai Metropolitan Region colleges, detailsStudents who apply for a first-year junior college (FYJC) seat in the year 2020 will be able to see the list of available college options under a new option, ‘Know your eligibility’, introduced on the online admission portal starting this year. The FYJC admission list 2020 portal will also give details of all colleges in a region such as fees and subjects offered.
Around 3.19 lakh seats are to be filled in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) across 819 colleges for 2020-21. State education minister Varsha Gaikwad inaugurated the portal for FYJC (https://11thadmission.org.in) on Saturday afternoon. The education department has introduced a zero-contact admission process for students in six regions across the state – Mumbai, Pune, Nashik, Nagpur, Aurangabad and Amravati because of the corona pandemic . Students can complete the entire fyjc admission process 2020, from filling part 1 and part 2 admission forms to confirming their seats in an allotted college, online this year. More than 1.92 lakh students registered on the 11th admission or in portal until Saturday, of which over 1.72 lakh are from state board schools. Gaikwad said, “We understand the current situation and associated challenges and have hence simplified the process for Standard 11th admissions. The glitches reported in the previous years have been rectified to make the process smooth”.
The Maharashtra education department has added several features to the admission portal. Now students will be able to check previous cut-offs and colleges in their score range and also students can report their grievances with respect to filling forms online. Students from IGCSE and ICSE boards who usually have to approach guidance centres to get their grades converted to marks for the admission process can now do it on the portal itself. Students will also be given a three-month window period to submit their original documents to the college.
The portal opened for students to fill Part 1 of their form, which includes basic details from August 1. The department will later notify students on the dates for filling Part 2, which includes entering marks and college preferences. An FYJC Standard 11th admission mobile application is also on the roll which has been tested and will be launched soon.