1. The online admission process for FYJC classes is applicable to all the recognized higher secondary schools/junior colleges (Affiliated to the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education) in Aurangabad Corporation area.
2. Students, who have passed SSC or equivalent examination from any recognized board and seeking admissions to FYJC classes in any of the junior colleges in Aurangabad corporation area, must participate in the online admission process.
3. Admission to Arts, Science and Commerce and HSVC (MCVC) streams will be given through online process. However, following admissions will be done by the respective junior college.
4. Management, minority and in-house quota admissions will be done by the respective higher secondary school / junior college but through online process, for which student must fill and submit Part I and Part II of centralized admission application. As per government resolution dated 21 Aug. 2014, 25% seats of bifocal subjects and HSVC will be reserved for students passing Std. X with subjects VI, V2, V3 or vocational course under NSQF of RMSA. These admissions will be done by the respective higher secondary school/junior college through online process, for which student must fill and submit Part I and Part II of centralized admission application. The procedure for all these quota admissions will be declared on Std. XI admission website from time to time.
5. Online admissions will be done as per the rules under the constitutional and special reservation policy in force.
6. Bi-focal subject admission - 25% seats will be reserved of the total admissions of bi-focal for applicants passing std. X with technical subjects (V1, V2, V3) and NSQF/RMSA's technical education. These admissions will be done as per reservation and merit and remaining 75% admissions will be done as per rules in force. Students selecting level 3 subjects of National skill Qualification Framework based on Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan are eligible to apply for centralized admission process for arts, science or commerce stream. However, student can take Level 3 vocational subject from the same school where he has completed Level 2 or any junior college or Higher Secondary School where level 3 is available and taught, this can be availed to cocerned students.
7. The cost of this booklet is 150/ (including log in ID) as the processing fee of Std. XI online admission process.
8. ATKT will be applicable to the students of Maharashtra State Board only (Not other Boards), appeared in one attempt with all subjects, and failed in only two subjects in the March/July 2017 examination. Other than Maharashtra SSC board students will not get ATKT concession.
1. Students passing Std X examination (SSC) or an equivalent examination with English as one of the subject are eligible for admissions to FYJC (Std. XI.) Marks scored in this examination and reservation (if any is applicable) shall be the only criteria for admissions to FYJC Classes.
2. There will be no interview or test prior to admissions to FYJC classes.
3. As per the circular of the Maharashtra State Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board Pune, No. RA Man/Papui/Gen. Math/4050, dated 2"' June 2008; students who have opted for General Mathematics in Std. X, are not eligible for admissions to bifocal subjects (Technical group). They are also not eligible to opt for Mathematics in any of the streams.
4. For admission to science stream, student passing Std X examination (SSC) or an equivalent examination with science (minimum 35%) are eligible.
5. At the time of applying on-line, the applicants belonging from reserved category should produce an appropriate caste certificate issued by the competent authority, appointed by the Government of Maharashtra or school leaving certificate for verification to heads of schools, failing which their applications may not be processed in the reserved category. Such applications by default will be processed in the open merit category.
6. Applicants applying for the following special reservation category should produce the relevant original documents/certificates for verification to the respective head of the school, failing which, their applications will not be processed under special reservation category. Such applications by default will be processed in the open merit category.
(1) Applicants are advised to study the information in this booklet carefully and follow the instructions while submitting their online application. Applicants are advised to check the status of their application carefully. Incomplete application (having pending status means which are not approved) will be rejected.
(2) It is compulsory for every student who want to secure admission for Std. XI to register on the website of centralized Admission Process (fill and submit Part I and Part H of Admission Form). Student's admission under quota (minority, in-house, management quota and 25% seats reserved for HSVC and bifocal subjects) cannot be updated without registration number (Log-in ID) of an applicant.
1. Higher secondary school/Junior Colleges are identified by a unique code number depending on stream, type (aided and unaided) set, medium of instruction as described earlier. A higher secondary school/junior college may therefore be given more than one code number depending on stream, type, set, and medium of instruction. The college code is of eight characters which is combination of alpha-numerical. For example, If college code is PN105SGE, then PN stands for Pune, next three numbers stands for college registration number, next alphabet stands for stream (S-Science, C-Commerce, A-Arts, H-HSVC and 0-Government), next alphabet indicates type of college based on grant (G-Granted, N-Non-granted, P-Permanent unaided, F-Self Finance) and last alphabet indicates medium of instruction (E-English, M-Marathi).
2. Applicants are advised to make a careful selection of higher secondary school/junior colleges while filling their order of preferences. The fee structure for aided and unaided divisions in the same higher secondary school/junior college is different. They are further advised to be careful about the medium of instruction and subjects available.
3. There will be four merit lists. All the merit lists will be declared on the basis of the merit, category and the order of preferences of the applicant.
4. There shall be only one application per applicant. In one application the applicant can select any one stream. However, if necessary student is allowed to change stream and order of preference or only order of preference round wise. If a student does not change preferences within stipulated time as per time-table then his preferences of earlier round will be considered.
5. Applicants shall give his/her preferences of junior colleges as described below :
6. A student to whom higher secondary school/junior college of his/her first preference is allocated/allotted then such student must confirm admission in the concerned higher secondary school/junior college by paying full fee within prescribed time limit. Names of students who are allotted college of his/her first preference will be restricted / blocked for remaining round/s for the concerned stream.
7. Students who are allocated/allotted higher secondary school/junior college other than first preference and are interested in taking admission in the same; can confirm admission in the concerned higher secondary school/junior college by paying full fee within stipulated time given for the round. Names of such admitted students will be restricted/blocked for remaining round/s for the concerned stream. If student does not confirm admission within stipulated time in the concerned higher secondary school/junior college then he/she will be allowed to change his/her junior college preferences in the remaining rounds.
8. Applicants are advised to make careful selection of higher secondary school/junior colleges while filling their order of preferences. If appropriate order of preference is not given, it is compulsory for the applicant finally to take admission in the higher secondary school/junior college allotted by computerized system on merit basis.
9. Applicants passing Std. X from Maharashtra State SSC board, residing within Aurangabad area, and applying through open merit category, should 'SUBMIT' their applications `ONLINE' from their respective schools. Do not fill online admission form from Private. Classes / cyber cafe.
10. Applicants passing Std. X from Maharashtra State SSC Board, residing within Aurangabad area, and claiming reservations (constitutional and/or special) are required to 'SUBMIT' their applications 'ONLINE' through the Heads of their respective schools.
11. All the applicants passing Std. X from Maharashtra State Board from outside Aurangabad area, must 'SUBMIT' their applications 'ONLINE' through any Guidance center listed in the booklet.
12. All the applicants passing Std. X from (CBSE, ICSE, IB, IGCSE, NIOS) or (other than Maharashtra State Board etc.) Should get their documents verified from their Head of the School/college and must 'SUBMIT' their online application at any one of the Guidance Centre on page No. 64 & 65.
13. Students - from within or outside Aurangabad, who have passed Std. X examination from any board in more than one attempt, must 'SUBMIT' their applications 'ONLINE' as described in (5.9), (5.10), (5.11), & (5.12) above. Such applicants must enter sum total of marks scored in the subjects in which they have passed from time to time.
14. If a student, confirms admission by paying full admission fee in any quota (in-house/ minority/management or 25% reserved seats for HSVC and bifocal subjects), his/her name will be restricted/blocked from centralized process.
15. Admissions allocated through all the merit lists are subject to verification of various claims made by the applicant. Any information provided/claim made by the applicant found to be false/untrue/incorrect/inconsistent/not supported by proper documents, will result in cancellation of admission.
16. While selecting higher secondary school/junior colleges in the order of preference, applicants are advised to consider the previous year's cut off percentage (category wise) for the respective higher secondary school/junior colleges. This may help them getting admission in a higher secondary school/junior college appropriate to their merit. However, please note -apt, the information regarding previous year's cut off percentage is merely a guideline Provided for making selection of junior colleges easier, and is no guarantee of admission to that higher secondary school/junior college. This year students are allowed to change Preferences round wise. Hence, Cut-off of each round will be different. Therefore, students should consider round wise cut-off and vacancy position while filling preferences round wise.
17. Applicants are advised to take a system generated printout (not a screen shot) of their `SUBMITTED' application.
18. If the applicant realizes any error/discrepancy in the 'SUBMITTED' application (except for the order of preference code of Junior Colleges); they are advised to approach the nearsguidance centre (listed in this booklet), within the stipulated time and with all the original documents in support of the changes they wish to make for. After making necessary changes, they will have to `resubmit' their applications 'online' through the in charge of the guidance center. After resubmission, the latest system generated printout of the application must be taken in such cases.
19. As an additional facility applicants may receive an acknowledgement of their 'ONLINE' applications via SMS on the mobile numbers that they have indicated in their applications. However, they must check the status of their 'ONLINE' applications on the website http ://pune.11th admission.net
20. The applicant must fill in the code numbers of higher secondary school/Jr. College after going through the details of the information booklet thoroughly and then only he/she should click the 'submit' button carefully studying his/her application. If he/she having any doubt or any change needed it is advisable to change it accordingly and submit it by a click.
1. From the year 2017-18 for aided divisions of Higher Secondary School/Jr. College fees will be charged as per the new Govt. resolution. In college information table in fees column (*) is metioned for aided divisions.
2. There can be aided as well as unaided divisions in the same higher secondary school/Junior College. Thus there can be different fee structures for aided and unaided divisions in the same higher secondary school/Junior College. For bifocal and Information Technology (IT) subject, fee will be charged separately.
3. For unaided divisions the fee structure is different in different higher secondary school/ Junior Colleges. Applicants are requested to check the fee mentioned in this booklet of respective higher secondary school/Junior College.
4. Provisions of GR.No. FED/1084/ (2568)/SASHI-2, dt.6'" March 1986 Education and Employment Department, Mantralaya Extension, Mumbai 400032 will be followed regarding educational fee of girl students.
|Open Category||Constitutional Reservation (SC/STNJA/NTB/ NTC/NTD/OBC/SBC)||Special Reservation (As per 4.6)|
|1. Original Mark Sheet (S.S.C. or equivalent)||1. Original Mark Sheet (S.S.C. or equivalent)||1. Original Mark Sheet (S.S.C. or equivalent)|
|2. Original School Leaving Certificate||2. Original School Leaving Certificate||2. Original School Leaving Certificate|
|3. Caste Certificate||3. Special ReservationCertificate|
75 % attendance is compulsory.
College has prescribed dress code for Junior College students.