Maharashtra FYJC Admissions: Over 65% Seats Remain Vacant After Two Rounds of Admissions

Maharashtra FYJC Admissions: After completing the second round of admission in the Centralized Admission Process (CAP), which is conducted online; a little over 65 percent of the total seats in the first year college (FYJC) remain vacant. In total, of the total FYJC intake of 371277 seats from 1015 universities; 244186 places remain vacant.

Another round of admission has started from today as candidates can restart confirmation of their applications to apply for FYJC seat. The next merit list will be declared on 22nd August.

At the end of the second round of admissions on Wednesday, out of a total of 69,691 seats in the second round, only 24,146 students have confirmed admissions. Once the first round of admissions is over; of the 1,39,651 candidates who were allotted seats, only 67,963 had confirmed admissions.

The total intake for Centralized Admission Process (CAP) for FYJC is 234878. However, at this stage when two rounds of CAP are completed; only 91727 students have confirmed admissions to the allotted seats. A total of 143151 places remain vacant. In case of admission completed in ‘Quota’ seats such as minority and management quota offered in universities; of the total of 136399 places; admissions are only confirmed to 35364; leaving 101035 seats vacant.

According to information provided by the office of the Deputy Director of Education, Mumbai, which conducts the CAP, quota admission will continue till the end of the third round of the CAP. The colleges will give up the vacant CAP seats on August 24 for inclusion in the fourth round of CAP starting on August 25.

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