In the first four special rounds and earlier three regular rounds, a total of 76,159 admissions were allotted to students and after all these rounds 40,871 seats still remain vacant in Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad divisions
“I scored 73% in Class 10 and dreamt of getting into Kelkar College with arts. I lost hope of getting into one of the colleges of my preference after the third round. So, I changed some of the options for the special round. Surprisingly, I got Kelkar College in this round. I am very happy to pursue my higher education at the college of my choice,” said Mukta Kore, a student from Thane
FYJC admissions in Mumbai witness a rise in cut-off percentages with most colleges setting their cut-off above the 90% mark, compared to last year. The first admission list has received a total of 215,753 applications, with 136,229 students being allotted a seat in the first list. It is crucial for students to complete the admission process within the specified period. Most applicants hail from ICSE, CBSE, and SSC boards, with higher marks observed among the former two.