The online admission process for FYJC class is applicable to all recognized junior colleges and participation in this process is compulsory. Students, who have passed SSC or equivalent examination from any recognized board and wish to seek admission to FYJC class in any of the junior colleges in the state must participate in the online admission process.
Admissions to FYJC Arts, Science, and Commerce streams will be done online. Following are the offline admissions
- Admissions to HSC Vocational (MCVC), Home Science,
- Admisson to Management quota, Minority quota, & In-house quota shall be done by the respective junior colleges.
- Admissions to Technical Junior Colleges shall be done by the respective Technical Junior Colleges.
- Admissions to Night Junior Colleges shall be done by the respective Night Junior Colleges.
Online admissions shall be done as per the rules under the constitutional and special reservation policy in force.
Seats in junior colleges are allocated as per merit and order of preferences of the applicants; however, choice of optional subjects/optional languages / bifocal subjects in a junior college is subject to availability of seats for that optional subject/optional language / bifocal subjects in that junior college.
11th Standard Online Admission Phases & Steps in the process:-
Phase-I (Application Form)
- Purchase information booklet from school / guidance center
- Read it carefully before filling sample form
- Find Login ID and Password in the booklet
- Visit your school to understand the procedure
- Visit the website http://fyjc.org.in/mumbai
- Log in using ‘login ID’ and ‘password’ given in information booklet for first login.
- Change the password, and keep in your mind for your next logins
- Add security questions, keep the answers in your mind
- Take printout of all credentials
- Follow screen instructions and proceed with the online application step by step
- Confirm your application form.
- Applicants with any grievance or correction in data, Get the form and documents approved from school or guidance center
- Applicants other than open category or open category applicants claiming any reservation, get the form and documents approved from school or guidance center
Phase II Option Form
- Add your stream wise options for colleges in the ‘Option Form’.
- Check and confirm your ‘Option Form
Phase III Admission Process
- After declaration of result, first merit list published.
- If you are allocated a college, secure your admission in allocated college.
- You will get a betterment chance only ones in any one of the successive rounds and remain in online admission process.
- If you are not allocated a college in the first merit list, wait for next merit list.
- If you are allocated a college but you do not secure admission, You will be out of Process.
- Second merit list published.
- If you are allocated better college in betterment round then Cancel admission from previous college and take admission in the new college.
New procedure for Mumbai Junior College admissions
- At the time of applying for admission you will be given a Unique Identification Number (UID). This UID will be a useful feature to track whether or not you have secured admission to a college via the online mode or offline.
Step by Step guidance to Mumbai Junior College admissions
- First and foremost, you need to collect the admission information booklet from your school. The booklet cost is Rs.150/-.
- Next, go to the official website http://fyjc.org.in/mumbai/. Here, use the log in ID and password which has been provided in the admission booklet you purchased.
- Fill in the requisite information for Part 1 of the admission process. That is, in this part you will be filling in your personal details for the registration. You can start filling in the details right away and do not need to wait for your Std. X 2016 exam results.
- As soon as you get your Std. X exam results, you can move on to Part 2 of the admission process. In this part, you will be filling up what is known as the 'Option Form'. That is, you are submitting your college preferences (the colleges where you would like to study). It would be a good idea to check information and reviews of the various colleges before selecting your preferences.
Students should note that a college may have more than one code number on the basis of the stream, type, set and medium of instruction. Make sure you are aware of the fee structure and the medium of instruction of the college you select.
There are essentially 3 parts to the preference selection of the college:
- Part 1: minimum 15 and maximum 30 can be given
- Part 2: select any one zone first, then select minimum 15 and maximum 20 (excluding preferences made in Part 1)
- Part 3: select any 2 wards/sectors, then select minimum 5 and maximum 10 (excluding preferences made in Part 1 and Part 2)
The admission process at the college
You need to submit the following documents at the time of admission:
- Original mark sheet of Std. X or equivalent exam.
- Original school leaving certificate.
- Original hall ticket (required for CBSE students only).
- Original caste certificate (where applicable).
- Relevant certificates related to Arts, Culture and Sports (where applicable).
- Transfer certificate for wards of government employees (where applicable).
- Relevant certificates/documents if applicable for wards of servicement and freedom fighters.
- Relevant certificates for those who are Physically Handicapped students.
Once your name appears in the merit list of a junior college, you need to go to that college, fill up the admission form of the college, attache relevant documents in original along with the photocopies & secure provisional admission. You will need to pay Rs.50/- for this. Within one working day, you should receive a system-generated 'Admission Confirmation Letter'.
In case you do get a betterment offer in a subsequent merit list, you must first cancel the admission from the previous junior college & approach the new college for admission.