Pune, 17th May 2023: The Centralised Online Admission Process Time Table for Junior Colleges in Pune-Pimpri Chinchwad, Mumbai Metropolitan region, Nashik, Nagpur, and Amravati Municipal Area has been officially released.
According to the announcement, the online registration for part one of the admission form will commence on May 25, with the first round of admissions taking place within ten to fifteen days after the declaration of class 10th results. The objective is to complete the entire admission process by the end of August.
Director of Secondary Education, Sampat Suryavanshi, provided this information, emphasizing the importance of advanced preparation for the 11th Centralised Online Admission Process for the academic year 2023-24, considering the recent declaration of results for CBSE and ICSE 10th exams, and the imminent release of the state board’s 10th results.
Consequently, instructions have been issued to the Deputy Director of Education to prepare information, guidance, and action plans for students and parents regarding the admission process. This includes organizing orientation classes for students and parents, as well as providing training for school guidance centers.
According to the schedule for the centralised admission process, students have been granted the opportunity to practice filling the admission form through online application registration from May 20 to May 24. Online registration for part one of the admission form will commence on May 25, and the applications will be validated. School-junior college registration will continue from May 20 until the declaration of the 10th results. The admission process for reserved seats under Minorities, Management, and Institutions will begin after the 10th results are announced, with separate instructions to be provided in this regard. The aim is to conclude the admission process by the end of August, with the eleventh classes commencing after the completion of the first special round.
The format of the admission rounds will consist of three regular rounds and two special rounds under the online admission process. Additionally, daily quality special rounds will be conducted for remaining students. It has been clarified that there will be no first-come, first-served priority round.