Pune, September 2021: The Pune colleges have opened up their admission doors and the third cut-off list is already out. The students only saw a marginal dip in the third cutoff list in comparison to the first one with a fall of only two to three points in almost all the big colleges. On Monday, the centralised admission process (CAP) released the first-year junior college (FYJC). However, flowing against the trend is the Symbiosis College of Arts and Commerce where the cutoff marks in the third list were higher than both the first and second cutoff list. The reason behind it as explained by Hrishikesh Soman, principal of the college is the fact that many students this year managed to score high marks in their tenth exam and they have filled the application form later. This year, a total of 56,664 seats are available. However, only a mere 9,261 students have been allotted seats in the colleges till now. Students could confirm their admission by 6 pm on September 15 for the third cut-off list. Seeing the trend, many educationalists have predicted that the year 2021 will see the maximum number of vacant seats.
Which Are The Top Colleges?
Maharashtra consists of plenty of good colleges. The top colleges for the science stream include Fergusson College, Laxmanrao Apte Prashala, Modern College Shivajinagar and Bhartiya Jain Sanghatana School. The best colleges in the arts stream are Fergusson College, Symbiosis College of Arts and Commerce and Sir Parshurambhau College. The top four colleges for the commerce stream are Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce, Symbiosis College of Arts and Commerce, Sir Parshurambhau College and HHCP High School and Junior College for Girls. Most of the students after their undergraduate, prefer to give Sarkari Exam to secure government jobs that are considered highly reputed in India. After giving the exam, one can check the Sarkari Result to see whether they have qualified for the exam or not. The maximum number of seats available belongs to the commerce stream. However, the most allotted seats are that of science streams, followed by commerce streams and finally, the arts stream which has the least number of seats.
How To Take Admission In FYJC?
When the seats are allotted to a particular college, the students who are happy with the allocation can click on the ‘proceed for admission tab’. However, if one is not happy with the allotted college, they can wait for further rounds. The students who are interested in taking admission in the allotted college will then have to upload the required admissions online to secure admission. With the admission of the third cutoff list now over, the cutoff list for the fourth round is now available.
What Do The Numbers Say?
The least number of applicants were seen for arts that had a vacancy of 10,501 seats. Surprisingly, only 2,692 students applied for the colleges of arts and mere 1,037 students made it to the final admission till now. Even so, a total number of 29,505 students applied for admissions this year. However, the number of seats allotted were only around 9,000 seats. CAP has advised the students that for increasing their chances of allotment in the college, they should do a careful analysis of the vacancy list of the next cutoff list by comparing the marks to change their preferences if required. The Centralised Online Admission Process for the eleventh standard is divided into five regions: Mumbai (MMR), Pune (PMC, PCMC), Nagpur (NMC), Nashik (NMC) and Amravati (AMC). According to the data available online for Pune, a total of 316 colleges are available with a capacity to intake 1,12,965 students and 4,187 students are admitted and there is a vacancy of 69,778 students. The total number of students registered is 86,013 students, the locked status include 78,481 and the total number of verified students include 78,175 and 71,664 options are filled till now. The stats for the other four regions are also available on the same official website and one needs to click on the region of their choice to check different stats online. This year, Maharashtra State Board is only accepting the online admission process and the students interested in taking admission in the Junior Colleges affiliated by the state board need to participate in the online admission process for the same.