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Special FYJC list for those left out in final one

DNMUM440838 | 8/8/2019 | Author : Aishwarya Iyer | WC :293 | Education & Careers



The third and final general list of admission for the first-year junior colleges (FYJC) ended on Wednesday after many delays due to heavy rainfall in the city. Even when close to 50,000 students were being allocated in this round, 22,778 students are still awaiting a seat in colleges.
Meanwhile, according to sources, close to 14,000 students are still seat-less in any of the colleges. “These students were allocated seats through the first two rounds, but they didn’t confirm their seat,” said a source close to the IT section of the department.
For such students, the state education department has asked not to worry. “Every college must have a certain number of seats in their minority quota which will be surrendered to the general
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