The First year junior college or FYJC admissions are going on in the different colleges of Mumbai University. The news is pouring in that the fourth and the final merit list for the FYJC admission 2018 is expected to be declared today. As per the numbers that have been presented by the Times of India, over one lakh students have fixed their seats in the first three rounds of counseling. Now, around one lakh students are waiting for the allotment of seats. As per reports, the top colleges only have 5 or 10 seats left vacant. This final list will be the deciding factor for students under centralised admission process (CAP).
After the announcement that the Bombay High court’s Nagpur bench have made regarding throwing all the vacant seats in the fourth round of counseling, it’s clear that students will be eagerly waiting for it. It has been reported that very few seats are left in good colleges where the cut off is still high. Since the cut off is not decreasing, it is creating the problem for the students.
The minority college might have seat for them. The students have their eyes set on these vacant seats. Yesterday a report was published by the Hindustan Times which claimed that out of 75,961 who applied for admissions in the FYJC process; only 36,924 students have confirmed admissions so far, leaving 39,037 students still without a college admission. In the latest round, about 17,152 seats were present, out of which only 5,801 students confirmed admissions, which leaves 11,351 seats available for the next round of admissions.
The students who have not enrolled yet in any of the colleges are really worried about the allotment of seats in the fourth round. The fourth merit list of Mumbai University is expected to be out today.