FYJC Admission: 18726 Students Granted Admission in Second Round

In second round, 49848 students registered for 72814 seats available under the CAP. Out of these, 18,726 students have been granted admission.
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Pune: The second round for the 11th Central Admission Process under the Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation areas has been announced. A total of 18,726 students have been granted admission in this round. Students can secure their admissions until 6 PM on July 12.

Dr. Jyoti Parihar, Member Secretary of the 11th Central Admission Process, shared this information. In the second round, 49,848 students registered for 72,814 seats available under the CAP. Out of these, 18,726 students have been granted admission: 1,750 in the Arts stream, 7,278 in Commerce, 9,398 in Science, and 300 in Vocational Education.

Students who have been granted admission should not be denied entry due to lack of documents when they visit their respective schools for admission. They should be allowed to enroll upon providing an undertaking.

Instructions for students who need to complete part one of the registration and admission application are available on the admission website. If a student wishes to cancel their admission, they can request the respective school to do so.

Key Highlights:

  • Total admissions granted: 18,726

  • Admissions by stream: Arts (1,750), Commerce (7,278), Science (9,398), Vocational Education (300)

  • Deadline for admission: 6 PM, July 12

  • Students must be allowed to enroll with an undertaking if documents are missing

  • Instructions for completing registration and admission application part one available online

  • Procedure for canceling admission provided

In the first round of the centralized admission process for Class 11 in the Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad areas, 38890 students had secured admission. Of these, 29,840 students were admitted to their first-choice colleges.

In the centralized online admission process, 343 colleges have a total of 120,265 seats available, out of which 93,356 seats are for centralized admissions (CAP) and 26,909 seats are reserved for quota admissions.

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