The problem of students seems to be getting solved regarding the admission in First Year Junior College (FYJC). In the first special round of counselling, it is to be reported that around 27,000 students were allotted a seat according to their preference.
Earlier, many students reported the education board that the admission process was flawed and students were not getting the college of their preference. Also, a suicide case of a girl came up with the admission process who was not happy of the college which was allotted to her.
Followed by theses scenarios, the education board decided to conduct special rounds of counselling process. In the first round around 70,000 students applied for the available seats in the college. This time, students are happy with the seat allocation. Of the available stream, commerce got the maximum number of seats followed by science.
According to an official, the seat allocation process was not done by merit or any cut off instead of it was done on the basis of availability of seats in the colleges. There are still students who were not allotted any seats. Experts advised them to be in touch with the admission process and wait for the second special round.
Education committee also said if any students are not satisfied with the allocated seats, he/she can keep the seat or can wait for the next round. But by doing so, it would not be guaranteed that the candidate would get a seat of his/her choice.
The second special round would likely to start from 18th August. There are still seats left in FYJC in which students can apply and register their seats.