In potentially the last shot at admission to junior colleges in Mumbai, the school education department will begin the second first-come-first-served (FCFS) round on Tuesday. All the aspirants who wish to drop their current affirmation can do so until Wednesday evening and take a chance at the vacant seats.
Toward the finish of the FCFS round one, 2.2 lakh students had enlisted in junior universities, however, more than 70,000 seats stay empty. Understudies who have anchored confirmation will get an opportunity to drop their affirmation and take an interest in the following round. Notwithstanding, the instruction office has requested that understudies tread with the alert.
"As this is an FCFS round, seats which are visible as vacant might get filled immediately as they may get allotted to another student who applies for it. Hence, if the student cancels his/her admission then he/she shall be solely responsible," read a note on the admission portal.
This round will categorise students into those with a score of more than 60%, those with a score of more than 35% and ATKT students. The round will also allow students who have recently cleared the re-examination or had not applied during the first phase of admissions to apply. Junior colleges can also surrender vacant quota seats for the general category.