Mumbai FYJC admissions: Relief for over 32,000 students as minority colleges surrender quota seats

These seats will be accessible for online confirmations in the extraordinary round planned for August 18.

In An alleviation to more than 32,000 candidates who have not anchored situates in junior universities yet, minority schools began surrendering their minority and administration quantity situates on Thursday. These seats will be accessible for online affirmations in the extraordinary round planned for August 18.

Up until this point, four rounds of affirmations have been directed but numerous candidates have not been designated seats regardless of having scored well in Class X board exams. Following a request by the Nagpur seat of the Bombay High Court, minority and administration quantity seats had been let well enough alone for the online confirmation process, dropping the general seats check.

The division would discharge its opportunity list for the extraordinary round on August 13. “From that point, competitors can roll out improvements in their structures and top off their inclinations as per the opportunities,” said an authority from the training division. The extraordinary round will be hung on August 18 and competitors need to affirm their confirmations by August 21.


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