K12 Schools India

200 unverified seats in FYJC Round 2

Posted on July 19th, 2017 in Admission |

Ananya Barua, Jul 19, 2017

Source : Hindustan Times

PUNE: The first year junior college (FYJC) admissions of Class 11, centralised admissions procedure (CAP) closed on July 18, with 1,631 confirmed seats and over 200 unverified seats.

As per the information released by the office of Deputy Director of Education, the first part of the admission form has been completed by 1,107 student, while 1,558 students have completed the second form. Read the rest of this entry »

PMC derecognizes 29 schools

Posted on June 8th, 2017 in Management, Recognition |

Prajakta Joshi, June 08, 2017

Source : Sakal Times

says students will get admission to other PMC schools

Pune: The  Pune Municipla Corporation (PMC) officials will assist anxious parents of students who had taken admission in 29 schools derecognized by the civic body to get admission at other PMC schools. This help will be provided in case the students of these 29 schools are unable to get admission in any other schools. Read the rest of this entry »

Admission forms’ worry hangs over NIOS students

Posted on June 5th, 2017 in Admission |

Ardhra Nair, Jun 05, 2017

Source: The Times of India

Pune : Unique ID, Index No. Of The School Is A Hurdle

Students who appeared for their standard X examination via the open schooling mode are struggling with the standard XI admission process due to a lack of awareness at the counselling centres about entering their data.The online forms demand a unique identity number of the school, index number and certificates attested by the principals of the school where they completed their standard X from. But since the open schooling students don’t have any of these papers, they are unable to fill up the forms. Read the rest of this entry »

Errors in cut-off info on official site, Pune college principals slam haste

Posted on May 23rd, 2017 in Admission |

Alifiya Khan | May 23, 2017

Source : The Indian Express

There seems to be serious errors in the cut-off marks posted online as the city colleges are denying the data, stating that they are erroneous.

The information published online on the website of the deputy director of education (DYDE), Pune, has some shocking surprises in store for students during the forthcoming academic year. Uploaded a couple of days ago on http://www.dydepune.com, the admission booklet has details of the cut-off after first round of junior colleges. Read the rest of this entry »

Limited college options for students during FYJC admissions this year

Posted on April 18th, 2017 in Admission |

Alifiya Khan | April 16, 2017

Source : The Indian Express

Another major change is that students will no longer be filling their forms individually, but school principals will also be responsible for the same.

This year, students seeking admission to first year junior college (FYJC) courses will get a maximum of 10 colleges to choose from during the admission process. They will also not be allowed to select any college which has more than a five to 10 per cent difference between last year’s cut-off marks and the percentage obtained by the student. Read the rest of this entry »

Principals to fill online Std XI forms

Posted on March 24th, 2017 in Admission |

Ardhra Nair, March 24, 2017

Source: The Times of India

Pune : The deputy director of education, Pune division, has asked all high school principals to assist their respective students with the Standard XI admission process.

The principals have been asked to fill up part 1 of the application forms for admission, in a bid to mitigate the problems faced by parents.Now, parents will only need to obtain the information booklet and visit the principal of the school where their child studied class X. Read the rest of this entry »

CIRCULAR SHOCK – School appeals for `minimum Rs 2 lakh’ from few parents

Posted on March 22nd, 2017 in Admission, Management |

SwatiShindeGole, March 22, 2017

Source: The Times of India

Pune : Hutchings Wants To Buy Playground

The Hutchings High School & Junior College in Camp has appealed to parents of students seeking admission to ‘donate generously’ for land that the school’s management is looking to purchase for a playground.A circular states it would accept a `minimum contribution of Rs two lakh towards the corpus fund’ and there is no upper limit.School Read the rest of this entry »

RTE admissions in two schools hit roadblock

Posted on March 11th, 2017 in Admission, RTE |

Darshana Daga, March 11,2017

Source: Mirror

While Undri institute denies entry, Yerwada one demands fees; parents write to edu boards
While everything seemed hunky dory as the first round of the Right to Educa tion (RTE) admission commenced recently, the initiative has hit a roadblock now. The education department has already started receiving complaints from parents against the schools where they want their wards to be enrolled in.Several parents allege that the RIMS International School in Undri has been denying admissions to the selected candidates, Read the rest of this entry »

Consider board results for med, engg seats: SC

Posted on February 4th, 2017 in Admission, Examination, Supreme Court |

AmitAnand Choudhary , Feb 4, 20174

Source: The Times of India

New Delhi : Observing that students face huge pressure to crack entrance exams for admission to medical and engineering colleges, the Supreme Court has asked the government to frame guidelines to do away with the present system of a single test deciding their fate, instead favouring an overall assessment to include performance in the board exam.

A bench of Justices A K Goel and U U Lalit said on Friday that 40% weightage should be given to results of the Std XII board exam and rest for performance in the entrance test while shortlisting candidates for admission to such courses. Read the rest of this entry »


Posted on December 13th, 2016 in Admission |

Darshana Daga, | Dec 10, 2016,

Source: Mirror

School, pulled up for demanding birth certificates only in English and discounting those in Marathi from parents, says zilla parishad can’t interfere with workings of minority educational institution

Following complaints by parents — whose forms for the admission of their wards to the Bishop’s School were denied because their accompanying birth certificate copies submitted were in Marathi Read the rest of this entry »