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FYJC online admission

Students get extra day to complete admission process

The move was taken with students who could not go to the colleges to submit their documents, pay the fees and secure or confirm admissions in mind.

10 Jul 2018 2:33 AM

Colleges to start lectures once 70 per cent seats are filled

By the fourth merit list (which is on July 29), most of the seats in most colleges are full, says Rajendra Ahire.

14 Jun 2018 4:30 AM

First part of FYJC admissions from today onwards

In first part, i.e Registration, the student is supposed to submit details along with his or her location.

10 May 2018 1:47 AM

New rules for FYJC online admissions

Students need online accounts for FYJC registration.

30 Mar 2018 12:50 AM

FYJC: 3000 yet to get seats even after special round

The department received applications from 19,336 students in the special round for online admission to FYJC.

17 Aug 2017 1:58 AM


FYJC won’t have offline admissions

Govt wants admission only on ‘merit’ basis, decision likely to affect 40K FYJC applicants.

16 Aug 2017 3:19 AM

FYJC deadline for online admission extended to Jun 29

Ever since the FYJC online admission portal started on June 16, the portal was facing issues.

28 Jun 2017 1:20 AM

College application portal working smoothly again

State education minister Vinod Tawde on Tuesday said that the site would be shut and problems resolved by Thursday morning.

23 Jun 2017 2:38 AM

FYJC admission deadline likely to be pushed back

The FYJC online admission portal was shut on Wednesday for maintenance after crashing on Tuesday due to heavy site traffic.

23 Jun 2017 2:36 AM

Education dept to declare four cut-off lists for FYJC

This will include bifocal and vocational courses and the number of seats available per course.

17 Jun 2017 3:07 AM


FYJC forms: Available now

The online application process has been made more ‘student friendly’.

16 Jun 2017 2:30 AM

Minority colleges want to skip FYJC online admissions

Allowed to collect fees as per their whims if not receiving any aid from government.

15 Jun 2017 1:37 AM