School Education and Sports Department (SESD), Maharashtra
has released the fourth merit list of First Year Junior Colleges (FYJC).
However, students can check the list of the education department’s official website mumbai.11thadmission.net.
How to check FYJC Fourth Merit List?
The simple steps to check FYJC Fourth Merit List is given below.
Step 1: Visit mumbai.11thadmission.net
Step 2: Click on the ‘FYJC merit list′ option.
Step 3: Enter the required information.
Step 4: Your result will appear on the screen.
The second merit list for admissions to first year junior colleges (FYJC) saw a marginal dip at some of the prominent colleges in Mumbai, DNA earlier reported.
According to Hindustan Times, more than 1.40 lakh seats across the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) are still vacant.
In light of the decision given by Hon’ble Bombay High Court, Nagpur Bench dated 25th July 2018, the schedule has been revised as mentioned below:
Date Time Details
1. July 26, 2018 10:30 AM to 6 PM Activation of surrender link for in-house quota only for Minority colleges.
2. July 27, 2018 11 AM Displaying revised vacancy list for round-3.
3. July 27 to July 28, 2018 11 AM to 6 PM Filling of Part-I and Part-II of admission forms. (Students can edit their option form)
4. July 31, 2018 11 AM Displaying third general merit list on website.
5. July 31 to August 2, 2018 11 AM to 6 PM Admission for third general merit list at college level.
6. August 3, 2018 11 AM Displaying vacancy list and cut-off of third round.
7. August 3 to August 4, 2018 11 AM to 6 PM Filling of Part-I and Part-II of admission forms. (Students can edit their option
8. August 7, 2018 11 AM Displaying fourth general merit list on website.
9. August 7 to August 9, 2018 11 AM to 6 PM Admission for fourth general merit list at college level.
10. August 10 to August 11, 2018 Uploading of bifocal admission at college level.
1. After completing 70% of admissions, higher secondary/ junior College are permitted to
start their regular classes for the 11th standard.
2. Junior Colleges shall ensure to complete the syllabus for students who are admitted after
the commencement of colleges by conducting extra lectures/ practical’s.
“School Education Department, GoM is responsible for the administration of elementary, secondary and higher secondary education in the state. The Department is one of the largest in terms of the number of stakeholders it manages with more than 20 million students and more than 6 lakh teachers being a part of school education ecosystem in Maharashtra.
The broad functions of the Department revolve around:
Promotion and Administration of Elementary and Secondary Education in the state
Curriculum design and textbook publication
Conducting board and scholarship examinations
Implementation of provisions of Right to Education Act
Design and implement policies that improve Quality of Education in the state
Conceptualize and implement Teacher Training programs
Implementation of central schemes such as Mid-day meal, scholarships, etc.
Provision of admissions to First Year Junior college via online mechanism
Developing policies and practices that would encourage and facilitate sporting activities across the state