Maharashtra State Board Of Secondary And Higher Secondary Education, MSBSHSE will begin Maharashtra 11th Admission 2023 or Maharashtra FYJC Admission 2023 soon on its web portal. As per the official notice, FYJC Online admission process would begin at 11 am for Round 1. It would be a centralised online admission process and students will be apply to register for the same on the official websites- 11thadmission.org.in and mahahsscboard.in.
Admissions to first year junior college (FYJC) seats is likely to begin next week as the admissions authority is still working on finalising the intake capacity for the 2023-24 academic year. Authorities at the office of the deputy director of education (DyDE) also confirmed that uploading class 10 marks for SSC students on the website is still in process, due to which there is a delay in filling part 2 of the form.
FYJC admissions in the city depend on pre-admission registrations, which involves filling a two-part form. The first part of the form is available for students to fill in basic details including name, age, education board, etc. Part two of the form is where students fill in their class 10 score, as well as share a list of ten colleges and courses they are aiming to bag a seat in (called the preference list).
Maharashtra FYJC Admissions 2023 or Maharashtra 11th Admissions 2023: The Director of Education, Maharashtra has started the process of daily merit rounds (DMR) for First Year Junior College (FYJC) admissions or Class 11 admissions for the academic year 2023-23. The daily merit list is a method to fill up the remaining vacancies after three regular rounds and a fourth special round for admissions.
A daily merit list is going to be uploaded on the portal each day. It is a new concept where they will announce a daily merit list of aspirants seeking admissions. From 7 pm to 8 am the next day, the portal and the forms will be unlocked for students seeking admission.
The students are required to fill out the form and verify it. The verified students will be included in the daily merit list and it will be declared at 10 am. Between 10 am to 5 pm, the students can visit the colleges for admissions and the college then has to update the admission details between 5 pm to 6 pm. The process will be repeated daily until every student is admitted.
The vacancies will be revised from time to time and students should check the vacancies before applying and the activities will repeat daily. It is a provision to have the admission based on merit according to the government resolution. The allotment of the students will be based on merit.
If their merit matches the cut-off and vacancies in their preferred colleges, the allotment will be made. Once, the admissions are done the student is removed from the system. If the admission is not done, the student is expected to lock his or her details again for the daily merit process. The students should make use of the option called know your eligibility to better understand their merit standings.
|Name of the admission||Maharashtra 11th Admission 2022|
|Title||Apply for Maharashtra First year Admission 2022|
|Subject||MSBSHSE will release Maharashtra FYJC Admission 2022 notification|
|Registration opening date||The application for part 2 procedure began from July 22, 2022|
|Registration Closing Date||August 9, 2022 is the last date to fill the ‘option form part 2’ for everyone|
|Maharashtra 11th Admissions 2022||https://11thadmission.org.in/|
The First Year Junior College, FYJC schedule for admission process will be announced very soon after the CBSE 10 Result 2023. As per the schedule released for the online filing, it has mentioned that the schedule is only for online filing of Part II for Preferences and Choices. Students who are yet to fill in their application form and option form can do it right away on the official website, 11thadmission.org.in.
The students who have completed Part 1 of the online admission procedure, the process of giving preference which is the part 2 option form is started and students can enter their preferences. The students can choose which schools they prefer and register accordingly. Students are advised to regularly check the website for the release of the admission schedule.
It is big relief for candidates aspiring for First Year Junior College admissions or FYJC admissions through the centralised online process, if students fail to confirm admission after having been allotted a seat in their first preference colleges, they would be barred only from the next round and not from the entire process.
As per the regular practice, a candidate will be out of the admission system under three conditions
- failing to confirm admission if the allotted seat was in first preferred college,
- cancelling the confirmed admission and
- college rejecting the admission because the candidate was not able to present required documents in given time.
The Part-2 of the Maharashtra 11th Admission form, in which candidates have to fill the college of their choices in the order of preference, will be open from July 22. Whereas the Common Admission Process rounds or CAP rounds wherein seats are allotted will begin only after CBSE results are out and those students have completed the process of application.
Maharashtra 11th Admission 2023 is taking place on the basis of merit now as the Common Entrance Test, CET got cancelled in an order by Bombay High Court. As of now the detailed schedule has been released only for Round 1 of 11th admission process. However, there are tentative dates for other rounds.
Students applying for FYJC Online Admission 2023 must note that the guidelines and schedule released will only apply to Mumbai Metropolitian Region, Pune & Pimpri Chinchwad, Nashik, Amravati and Nagpur areas. Students may check the important dates and the schedule here. Students who want to apply for the MHT FYJC admission 2023-23 process can register online at 11thadmission.org.in.
FYJC Admission latest news
- The admissions for first year junior college (FYJC) will be started very soon for the 2023–23 academic session.
- The officials have also informed the admission process of FYJC might see a delay as the authorities are updating the class 10 marks for SSC students on the website.
- As the first-year junior college admissions are directly dependent on the class 10 marks, the examination department is working on uploading the marks online.
- The students applying for the FYJC exams need to fill out a two-part form for successful registration.
- While in FYJC part one, they just need to give their basic details such as name, age, address, and so on,
- in the FYJC second part of the form, they need to fill in their educational details.
- The first form filling process has been done by students but due to the delay in the class 10 marks uploading, many students have been unable to fill the second part.
- The second form requires the students to fill in their class 10 marks and their preferred colleges in which they want to seek admission.
Cadidates must note that as per the official notice, the detailed timetable for further rounds of admissions will be declared later. They must even note that the FYJC Online admissions for both Centralised and Quota admission process would be conducted simultaneously. Candidates are requested to go through the deatailed schedule for FYJC Online Admission process given here.
Students must also note that in the view of COVID-19 situation, colleges will be collecting the admission fee online through Digital Payment Mode like Payment Gateway, Bank Transfer or any eWallet. They are even requested to keep a check here and on the official site for more details on Maharashtra 11th Admissions 2023.
- For such students who have confirmed their admission in any Jr. College through Centralised Admission round or through any quota admissions, the admission process is completed there itself.
- Centralised Admission Process & Quota Admissions will be conducted simultaneously as per schedule.
- Jr. Colleges will be permitted to surrender the vacant Minority & In-house quota seats after Round-III.
- They should follow the time limit given for any activity.
- Time Table for further Admission rounds (Regular & Special Round) will be declared thereafter.
- Junior colleges will be responsible for completing the syllabus of the students admitted after the commencement of colleges by conducting extra classes.
- In view COVID-19 situation, Colleges should collect their admission fee from the students only through Digital Payment mode like Payment Gateway, Bank Transfer (NEFT/RTGS/IMPS), any eWallet etc. to contain the spread of coronavirus Schedule for further Admission process will be declared thereafter.
Maharashtra Board Info
- This announcement of offline exams comes at a time when students were constantly demanding online exams due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Further, vaccination has been made mandatory for students. As per guidelines, more than 25 students will not be allowed in a class. This has been capped to maintain social distancing.
- Further to ensure students don’t face problems, Maharashtra Board will provide Medical Help at all exam centres and this time, the number of exam centres has been increased by almost 4 times to accomodate students with COVID-19 safety protocols.
- The biggest relief that MSBSHSE has provided students is that in case a student misses MSBSHSE SSC, HSC exams due to being infected with COVID-19, those students will most likely get another opportunity later to appear in the exams. Detailed guidelines on this will be released later.
- Examinations would be conducted in offline mode for both Class 10 and 12 – no online exams to be conducted.
- Board exams would be conducted in the same schools that the students are enrolled – this has been done due to impact of COVID19 pandemic on travel.
- Practical exams for Class 10 would not be conducted this year – for class 12, the practicals would include limited experiments. Half an hour extra to be given to students to write, differently abled to get one entire extra hour.
- Thermal screening to be done at all exam centers for students. If students have Covid or are in containment zones during exam dates, they can give the a special exam in June. This will be treated as main exam and not as a supplementary exam.
- The Education Ministry has been working to address the many concerns of the students as the cases continue to rise in Maharashtra. Question Banks have been released for SSC, HSC Board Exams to help students prepare for the same.