FYJC Special Round 2020: The School Education and Sports Department, Maharashtra will release the merit list under the special round 2 of allotment for 11th admission in First Year Junior Colleges (FYJC) in the state of Maharashtra on January 5, 2020. This second special round is being held to fill the seats still vacant in FYJCs across the state of Maharashtra. The authorities have notified the FYJC 11th admission special round 2 details which are given below.
The merit list for 11th admission special round 2 admission 2020-21 will be published today at 6 PM through 11thadmission.org.in and the respective regional portals.
FYJC Special round 2 2020 date and details
- Display of vacancy for special round 2 will be done on January 1st, 2021.
- Part-1 Application form filling and editing, along with new submission will take place between January 1-4, 2021 (upto 3 PM)
- Choice filling and submission of option form part-2 will take place between January 1-4 (upto 8 PM)
- Display of Jr. College allotment list for special round 2 date- January 5, 2021
- Cut off list for special round 2 will also be out on January 5, 2021.
- Seat acceptance, Admission acceptance/cancellation/rejection- between January 6-8, 2021 (upto 6 PM)
- The vacancies for the next special round 3, if any, will be published on January 9th, 2021.
It must be noted that all the students who were not allotted seats in the previous rounds of FYJC Allotment had been allowed to participate in this round. However, every student had to provide their consent in order to be considered for 11th admission 4th round.
Check FYJC Special Round merit list 2020
The FYJC merit list 2020 under special round for 11th admission is published at the official website 11thadmission.org.in for respective regions. FYJC admission 2020 is being conducted through the Std.11th Centralised Online Admission Process 2020-21.
Candidates will have to visit the following regional website in order to check the FYJC 11th admission special round list.
Here is the list of regional portals:
- For Pune Region candidate will have to visit pune.11thadmissions.org.in .
- For Aurangabad Region candidate will have to visit aurangabad.11thadmissions.org.in .
- For Amravati Region candidate will have to visit amravati.11thadmissions.org.in .
- For Mumbai Region candidate will have to visit mumbai.11thadmissions.org.in.
- For Nashik Region candidate will have to visit nashik.11thadmissions.org.in .
- For Nagpur Region candidate will have to visit nagpur.11thadmissions.org.in .
As per the official notification, the allotment list under FYJC Special Round 2020 will be available through following modes.
- The merit list for 11th admission will be displayed at the respective regional website.
- The details of allotted Jr. college will also be available in candidate login.
- The list of allotted students would also be displayed in concerned college login.
- Allotted students will also receive an SMS on their registered mobile number.
Once a candidate is allotted a seat in an FYJC in the 11th admission cut-off, they must proceed to login at the official portal. After that, the students will have to confirm admission at the allotted Jr. college or proceed with rejection and cancellation.
- Login at the respective regional portal.
- Click on ‘Proceed for Admission’ to confirm the allotted Jr. college.
- Click on ‘Cancel’ for rejection and cancellation.
It must be noted that candidates who have confirmed their allotted seats will also be able to cancel their admission by requesting the same to the concerned Jr. college. However, they must remember that this the last scheduled round 11th admission as of yet.
In addition to this, candidates will have to deposit the prescribed fee for completing the admission formalities. As per the official statement, Jr. colleges have been instructed to collect the admission fee through digital modes in view of the coronavirus pandemic.
According to the official notification, further admission activities will be declared afterwards as per requirement. The department will release process for bi-focal admissions soon.