Pune: FYJC Second Round Allotment List Declared, Cut-offs Rise for Prominent Colleges

Pune: FYJC Second Round Allotment List Declared, Cut-offs Rise for Prominent Colleges

Pune: FYJC Second Round Allotment List Declared, Cut-offs Rise for Prominent Colleges

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Second merit list announced for First Year Junior College (FYJC) admissions, with 72,814 seats available and 49,848 applications received.

Pune: The director of education (Secondary and Higher Secondary), Pune, has announced the second merit list for First Year Junior College (FYJC) online centralized admissions on Wednesday. The list includes the college cut-offs for the second regular admission round.

In this round, 72,814 seats are available, for which 49,848 student applications were received. Prominent colleges have seen notable changes in their cut-off lists. For instance, Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce (BMCC) has increased its commerce stream cut-off from 476 in the first round to 478 in the second round. 

Conversely, Fergusson College has seen a decrease in its arts stream cut-off from 444 in the first merit list to 407 in the second.

According to principals, the slight drop in cut-offs in the second round is due to the reduced number of available seats.

Out of the 18,726 allotted students, 5,416 were given their first preference, 3,724 their second preference, and 2,231 their third preference. Students who have been allotted seats in this round must take admission to their respective colleges by July 12. After this, the education department will display the vacancy list for the next round.

In terms of cut-offs, the principal of Modern College of Arts, Science, and Commerce in Shivaji Nagar commented, “This year, the response for conventional courses has gone down, affecting the cut-offs of most important colleges in Pune. It is believed that in the final third round, the cut-offs will be slightly lower, allowing students to get into reputable colleges on their preference list.”

In the first round, 75% of students who were allotted their first preference colleges proceeded with admissions. The situation is likely to change in the third round when additional seats, including in-house, management, and cancellations, are added

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