The admission process to the first year of Maharashtra Junior College (FYJC) or 11th grade, which was due to begin on Tuesday, May 17, has been postponed. New dates will appear soon, but for now students will have to wait as the results of the state SSC or 10th grade have not yet been published. The results of the SSC are expected to be announced from 10 to 20 June. The exams were held offline from March 14 to April 4.
The start of the trial round is scheduled for May 23, after which the first stage of registration will be open for candidates. According to the official schedule published by the Department of Education for this procedure, the ideal round was to begin on May 1 and last until May 14. Each year a centralized online admission system at FYJC is offered for admission to 11th grade in several Maharashtra states. cities.
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On the other hand, a link to register for admission to the FYJC was due to work on May 17, prompting candidates to fill out the first part of the form with personal information. The second part of the form, which contained college elections, was to begin after the announcement of the results of Maharashtra SSC 2022.
Director of Education (Secondary Education) Maharashtra Mahesh Palkar has previously stated that there may be a delay in admission to the FYJC because not only the state but also the CBSE and other non-governmental councils whose exams have not been completed will not be able to participate in the registration process. He added that all aspects and interests of students are being considered, and a final decision on the SAP will be made soon.
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Admission to the FYJC Maharashtra 2022 will be held for the regions, including Mumbai (MMR), Pune (PMC, PCMC), Nagpur (NMC), Nashik (NMC) and Amrawati (AMC), through the official website – 11thadmission.org.in. The process will be performed in two parts – filling out Form 1 and filling out Form 2. Students are strongly encouraged to follow the official website to stay up to date with the latest registration dates.
Meanwhile, the training program for school principals has already begun and will run until April 27. All schools must nominate one person to oversee the FYJC admission procedure. As part of this curriculum, a representative of each school must attend classes in the Mumbai department.
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