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Final round of FYJC admission from Sept 9

DNMUM442159 | 8/30/2019 | Author : Aishwarya Iyer | WC :227 | Education & Careers

The state education department on Thursday announced dates of the final round for the 2019-20 FYJC admissions that will begin from September 9 and will be conducted on the basis of First Come, First Serve (FCFS) basis.Eligibility criteria for this round are – students who are not admitted in any previous rounds, who cancelled their admissions even after being allotted a seat, rejected application students, ATKT students and those who passed in the July 2019 SSC examination or got an ATKT in the March/July 2019 examination.
Students who have been allotted a seat in the previous round but don’t wish to secure a seat in that college can cancel their admissions on Saturday when cancellation link will be made available online.
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