Registrations for First Year Junior Colleges Mumbai ends, declaration of FYJC Merit List on 22 June

Online registration for First Year Junior College (FYJC) College gets extended up to 11 PM tonight and thus the students can get the opportunity to grab the success without any difficulty. The process came out with the ultimate benefits for about 13,000 students as revealed by the Deputy Director of Education. About 1.95 lakh applications was recorded until 6 pm that would increase to huge volume up to 11 pm. Previous day’s calculation was 1.82 lakh that today increased to such a great figure. Therefore, it’s clear that students are really interested to join the course that would be useful to build up a successful career.

Announcement of FYJC Merit List :

The General merit list would become announced on 20th June that would be followed by the initial merit list on 22nd June. So, students need to remain aware about the list knowing the real position they achieve. It’s to inform that at the present year 49 new colleges are being added to the list that come out with some opportunities for students who are eager to seek admission to the preferred institutes. The seats would be allotted according the merit list published by Maharashtra education board. The schools would provide suitable support for the entire process and thus you would not face any intricacy during the admission process.

The applicants need to compete for about 1.62 lakh seats that are available for online registration for Mumbai Metropolitan City. The link comes out as http://fyjc.org.in/mumbai where the students have registered to fulfill their dreams. According to a school statement “We have received the information booklets but since our staff is busy with election duty, we will distribute them to students next week. A computer teacher will provide assistance to students and help them to fill the form,” said Anjana Prakash, principal, Hansraj Morarji Public School, Andheri.

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