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FYJC admission: Around 50,000 students confirm seats in colleges

DNMUM418034 | 7/12/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :291 | Education & Careers

Out of 1.20 lakh students that were allotted admissions in First Year Junior College (FYJC) in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) this year, 50,629 students confirmed their admissions. Wednesday was the last day of confirming admission for students whose names appeared in the first cut off merit list. The city colleges first cut off merit list was declared on 5 July.
On 9 July, the students whose names appeared in first merit list were supposed to confirm admissions. However, due to heavy rainfall across the city, the Deputy Director of school education revised the dates of the admission process and extended it to 11 July till 5 pm. Out of 1.20 lakh students that were allocated seats in various colleges, 69,375 did not report for
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