Pune: Instructions issued for online FYJC centralized admission process

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Shikha Chaurasia

Pune, 23 July 2020: Guidelines on online admission process and registration for junior colleges and high schools have been issued by the deputy director of education (DyDE), Pune on Wednesday. The office of DyDE Pune is running the centralized online admission process for Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad.

DyDE released guidelines for all staffers and stakeholders for the online admission process. They have said that adequate online training and sessions to be provided to guidance centres and high schools on the collection and corrections of the admission forms. They also said that the process should be completed within the decided deadline.

Junior colleges have been instructed that after the first merit list is out, students should be able to easily secure admissions online without having to visit the college premises.

Class XI CAP committee secretary Meena Shendkar said that junior colleges have been instructed to update their phone numbers, websites and online payment modes in order to ensure easy admission to the students.

She also instructed that students should be allowed to complete the admission process online after each merit round and when the physical classes begin, students should come with all the required documents to finalize the admission. Quota admissions will also take place through the same process and this whole procedure will be 100 per cent online and students are not to crowd the campus for any reason.

Students can start filling FYJC forms from 26th July. Divisional boards have been directed to ensure that all students get familiar with the website by filling up mock forms and understand which documents are necessary for the admission process.

Important instructions issued by the DyDE:

1. While uploading documents, students have to ensure that they keep the file sizes up to 1MB.

2. Students will be trained on completing the admission procedure after the merit list is out.

3. The Facility for the conversion of marks for students from other boards will be made available.

4. Since the admission booklets will not be printed this year, the cost of the admission form has been reduced to Rs 125.

5. Students should be informed clearly on where to email or call in case of any queries related to the admission process.

6. List of junior colleges that are shutting down and will not take admissions should update their status.

7. Any doubts regarding the zone-wise training or meeting of headmasters, the link of the online admission process can be accessed on Youtube- youtube.com/channel/UCNcbZK03tuYp3nBpF-a1uVA