FYJC Online Admission
FYJC, Mumbai Online Admission
F.Y.J.C. Online Admission @ www.fyjc.org.in/mumbai
Features of F.Y.J.C Online Admission Process:
- The Online Admission Process is entirely transparent, time-saving & economical.
- Online Admission form can be filled at home / at any help center.
- No more hassles of running from college to for Admission.
- Freedom from long queues.
- A maximum of 150 colleges can be opted through one form.
- Information regarding acceptance of form will be conveyed through SMS.
- Information booklet regarding Online admission is available in the school.
Procedure to fill the online pre-admission form is as follows:
- Click the Proceed button on this page to see the list of colleges.
- Select the college of your choice and click the desired link to view the pre admission form for the college.
- Enter all the details in the pre admission form.
- Click the Submit button to view a summary of all the information entered by you. To make changes in the information, click the Back button and make the changes/ amendments.
- Click the Submit button to confirm your details and proceed for the payment for the pre admission form. You will receive an Order ID which will enable you to track your form and form details.
- On successfully completing the payment transaction, you will receive the link to download the pre admission and admission form along with the prospectus. This will be mailed to the email address provided by you in the application form.
- Your pre admission details will be submitted to the respective college. You need not come to the college to submit your pre admission form personally. Please check the shortlist on our site on the dates as per the admission schedule. Once you are short listed you have to come and submit the admission form along with the required documents.
Important Instructions for the students :
In the online admission process :-
- There are three STREAMS 1) Science, 2) Arts, 3) Commerce
- In above streams there are two CLASSES 1) Bifocal, 2) General
- There are two SUB CLASSES under each class 1) Aided, 2) Unaided
- There are three SETS of Junior colleges 1) Co-Ed., 2) Boys, 3) Girls
- There is more than one MEDIUM of instruction viz. Marathi, English. Hindi, Urdu, etc.
(1) Junior Colleges are given unique code numbers to identify the streams, classes, sub classes, types, sets and medium of instruction. Thus the same junior college may have more than one code number depending upon the streams, classes, sub classes, types, sets and medium of instruction.
(2) In preparing all the lists of admissions, Category-wise MERIT shall be considered first, followed by the order of preference of the junior colleges as given by the student.
(3) Students shall give their order of prefcrence of junior colleges for bifocal and general streams in separate boxes provided for that purpose.
(4) A student may opt for a single stream or maximum two streams simultaneously. His/her preferences can contain both the streams, in any order. Hence, while giving their order of preference of junior colleges in a given class, Students can include in the same box a!I the sub classes, types, sets and mediums of instruction but not more than two streams.
(5) The student must give minimum 5 & maximum 25 preferences for Bifocal (Science and Commerce) class and minimum 10 & maxirnum 30 preferences for general (Arts, Science and Commerce) class in their order of preferences of junior colleges. In case the student is applying for 2 streams, then he/she must include atleast one preference of each stream in his/her order of preferences of Junior colleges.
1] What is this on-line admission process?
Ans.: Instead of visiting many junior colleges to fill up the form of each college physically, filling up only one form with preferences of many junior colleges and submitting it online from a computer with internet facility and thereby securing admission in a junior college as per merit, is the online admission process.
2] Who is going to conduct the on-line admission procedure?
Ans.: The Deputy Director of Education, Mumbai region, with the technical support of MKCL, will conduct the on-line admissions.
3] Where will the students get assistance for the on-line procedure?
Ans.: The Head Master, Class Teachers and the staff of the school from where the student has passed his std. X examination or the guidance centers established in each ward / Taluka will provid guidence to the students.
4] Is the student required to fill and submit admission form in every Junior college that he/she wishes to apply?
Ans.: No. The student is expected to fill only one form in which he can give upto 30 preferences.
5] Where will the facility for filling up the On-line application form be made available?
Ans.: A student can fill up the online form from his/ her own school from where he/she has passed std. X exam. or his/her house or from anywhere else where computer with internet and printing facility is available.
6] Once the form is filled on-line and a print out is taken, does it mean that the online procedure is complete?
Ans.: No. The student must check the information filled up in the online form. He/she must ensure he/she possess the required certificates. In case of any error or shortcomings, the student must contact the guidance center.
7] Will the student get admission to the college on the basis of his preferences mentioned in the option form?
Ans.: A student will be allocated a seat in the college of his preference on the basis of his/her marks and the availability of seats in the concerned college. In case, his/her name does not appear in the college that was his first choice then, on the basis of the availability of the seats, the second preference will be considered and then the third and so on. In case the name of the student does not appear in any merit list of the colleges listed by him/her in the option form, then he/she will be allocated a seat, subject to availability, in a college in the area chosen by him/her or else in his/her residential zone, as per- first nearest, second nearest and so on .
8] Does the student need to fill up a separate form for separate streams?
Ans.: No. A student has to fill only one form, for atleast one or maximum two streams from Arts, Science and Commerce.
9] Will the student get subjects of his/her choice?
Ans.: The Online process will only allot a seat in a faculty of a Jr. College. The optional subjects will be allocated by the Principals of Junior colleges, subject to merit and availability.
10] Will the students, who were unable to fill the on-line form due to unavoidable circumstances or due to natural calamity, be accommodated and allocated a seat?
Ans.: Once the on-line procedure is complete and in case any Junior college has a vacant seat to offer, an attempt will be made to allocate a seat to such students.
11] In case a student has not secured enough marks, can he/she get admission to a college of his/her choice?
Ans.: Admission will be on the basis of merit and preferences given by the student. If the student’s name appears in the merit list of a college of his choice, then only can he/ she get admitted to that college.
12] Will the merit list be college-wise? Will there be single merit list for MMR?
Ans.: All merit lists will be college-wise. A single merit list will not be generated for the entire
13] How many seats been reserved for the Managements of Junior colleges? Ans.: 5% seats are reserved as management quota.
14] Is it necessary for those students to apply on-line who wish to seek admission under the Management quota?
Ans.: No it is not compulsory for those students to apply on-line. However it is advisable to apply on-line so that, in case management seat has been denied to the student, he/ she will not be out of the admission procedure and will still be considered for admission on the basis of his/her merit and preferences mentioned in his/her online application form.
15] Will the merit list be published by the respective colleges on their premises?
Ans.: Yes. Every college will display their respective merit lists from time to time. The merit list will also be available on the Website announced by MKCL. In addition, to help the students, MKCL will attempt to intimate a student by sms on his/her cell, on the cell number provided by the student in his/her online application form. The student must understand that, in case he/she does not receive sms, it is the student’s responsibility to check the allotment by using his/her login ID and password or by checking the merit lists on the website or in colleges.
16] Will the college management demand separate forms to be filled in for admission, under management quota?
Ans.: All decisions regarding admissions under the management quota are at the discretion of the respective management.
17] Will constitutional and special reservations be followed?
Ans.: Yes. All constitutional and special reservations will be followed.
18] Will the students applying under constitutional and special reservations be allowed to apply in the Open category?
Ans.: Yes. All students applying under constitutional and special reservations will also be allowed to apply in the Open category.
19] In case a student is unable to apply before the last date of application due to technical failure at the place where he/she is applying online, will the time period for applying be extended?
Ans.: In case of such technical failure, the student is expected to contact the guidance Center of his/her area and appropriate guidance will be offered to him/her. In case of any emergency, the Government will take appropriate decision.
20] Who is authorized to admit students to the Minority institutions (linguistic and religious) under minority quota?
Ans.: 50% seats are reserved for admissions to students belonging to the linguistic or religious minority, under Minority Quota. These admissions will be processed by the respective managements.
21] Who will admit a student, after his/her name appears in the merit list?
Ans.: The Principals of the respective Jr.colleges will admit the students, as per the procedure of the college and according to the merit list published. The student is expected to produce his/her original certificates and pay the prescribed fee of the junior college at the time of admission.
22] Can a Junior college refuse admission to a student whose name has appeared in the merit list? What should a student do in case he/she is refused admission?
Ans.: No. A Junior college cannot refuse admission to a student whose name has appeared in the merit list, provided the student approaches the Jr. College within the prescribed time limit. However, admission is subject to authenticity of original documents and payment of necessary fees. In case of any refusal, the student can approach the guidance Center of his/her area.
23] Will there be only one round of admission?
Ans.: No. There will be more than one round of admissions.
24] Will the cut-off marks of last year be available college-wise?
Ans.: Yes. All the information is available in the information booklet.
25] Are the Government reservations under Sports, Cultural, Ex-Serviceman, Handicapped going to be followed and what is the percentage?
Ans.: Yes. All such reservations will be followed. The details are provided in the information booklet.
26] Is there any in-house quota for students coming from schools run by the same management?
Ans.: 20% seats are reserved for the in-house students.
Students will have to log on to a website and fill out a single admission form in which they can enter up to 100 colleges that they wish to apply to. A large part of the admission form, including the student’s marks, will have already been filled out by the software. The government has asked the SSC, ICSE and CBSE boards for the necessary information.
Students will then have to print out the form and submit it along with the necessary documents to a designated college with a sum of Rs 125. Of this Rs 125, Rs 50 will go to the college, Rs 25 to MKCL, another Rs 25 to the board (SSC, ICSE, CBSE) for the information they will provide the state and the remainder to the office of the deputy director of education. Once the forms have been submitted, data from these forms will be fed into the software for online admissions. The software will then draw up the merit list (general category) for the colleges.
Online system was not the same as centralized admissions as the government would not release a single centralised merit list but allow colleges to release separate lists. Students will be informed of the colleges they have made it to, via email or SMS. The state education department unveiled the final version of its eagerly awaited online admission system to junior colleges.
This year, all students in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region applying to a junior college in the general (open merit) category, will have to do so online. A Admissions to the 50% minority quota at minority institutions, and the 5% management quota, will not be online, and will be left to colleges to conduct. Once the results are out, a student can fill out and lock the form, print it out, and manually submit it a designated submission center. Students can apply to a maximum of 150 colleges and as many as two streams.
ICSE and CBSE students will have to download the form and fill it manually. In the science and the commerce streams, students can apply to both the regular science course as well as the vocational science course. Students will receive an e-mail and sms informing them of the college they have made it to once the merit list is out. Over 1,000 centres, including schools, colleges and special MKCL centres will be set so students can access a computer and fill out their forms.
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