Richa Kapoor|Oct 22, 2021
Maharashtra FYJC 2021: First come first serve admission begins tomorrow; Check eligibility
Maharashtra FYJC admission 2021 for the vacant seats will begin tomorrow, September 28. Students can check the number of vacant seats in Mumbai, Pune and other regions, eligibility to apply here.
NEW DELHI: Maharashtra centralised admission to First Year Junior College (FYJC) 2021 concludes. The state education minister Varsha Gaikwad announced another round of first-come-first-serve admission for the vacant seats from tomorrow, September 28. More than 3 lakh students secured admission under the centralised online admission to FYJC.
“Over 3 lakh students have secured admissions under the Centralised Online Admission to #FYJC. Congratulations! For those yet to secure one, another round of admissions on FirstCome,FirstServed (FCFS) basis will be held from Sept 28- Oct 14. Avail the opportunity!!Details below,” the minister said in a tweet.
Over 3 lakh students have secured admissions under the Centralised Online Admission to #FYJC. Congratulations! For those yet to secure one, another round of admissions on FirstCome,FirstServed (FCFS) basis will be held from Sept 28- Oct 14.Avail the opportunity!!Details below. pic.twitter.com/7UX0EFBKt6— Prof. Varsha Eknath Gaikwad (@VarshaEGaikwad) September 26, 2021
A total of 3,00,015 seats have been filled after the special round in 1,496 colleges. The first-come-first-serve admission to FYJC will be now held for the vacant 2,34,135 seats.
Maharashtra FYJC admission 2021: Number of vacant seats
Students can find the number of region-wise vacant seats and number of colleges in the table given below.
Number of colleges
Number of vacant seats
Maharashtra FYJC first-come-first-serve eligibility
All Application Form Part-1 Verified Students are eligible for FCFS.
Students who are not admitted in any college, in any round conducted so far.
Students who have cancelled their admission or rejected admission till now.
Class 10 passed and/or supplementary exam passed (After Result) students.
Students who have got ATKT in Maharashtra SSC examination.
Students can apply in respective category of FCFS round based on their merit marks.
The third merit-list for Maharashtra FYJC admission 2021 was declared on September 13, while the first merit list was released on August 27.
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