The vacancy list for the same will be updated on the official website of FYJC admissions.
MUMBAI: With part one of the first-come, first serve (FCFS) round of FYJC admissions coming to an end on Tuesday, only 407 students have confirmed their seats in the allotted colleges. There are over 20,000 students left without a seat in part one of FCFS, which was for students who scored 80 per cent and more, but it saw only 681 applications for admissions.
In the MMR region, 274 students did not confirm their seats even after getting seats allotted through FCFS. “Even after giving the students repeated opportunities, several of them did not take admissions on the given date,” said a senior official. Meanwhile, students feel that the colleges allotted to them are no match for the marks they have scored.
Students and their parents from various parts of the city thronged the deputy director of education’s (DyDe’s) office on Monday and Tuesday with complaints and problems. “A college was allotted to me in the second merit list but I did not take admission thinking that the subsequent rounds would give me a better college. I came here (DyDe’s office) to enquire about the next step to take when officials told me to wait for FCFS. However, in FCFS too, there were no seats in the colleges I want admission in.” said Shoborsh Nariya, a commerce aspirant. Another student who came to the office on Tuesday stated that he could not log in for the FCFS round.
Part two i.e. for those who have scored 60 per cent and above, will begin from Wednesday. The vacancy list for the same will be updated on the official website of FYJC admissions.