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Law colleges fear drop in admissions

Posted on September 8th, 2017 in Admission |

ALIFIYA KHAN, September 08, 2017

Source : The Indian Express

Repeated extension of admission dates due to delay by MU in declaring results; final round of admissions in Nov

Pune : AS THE date for admissions to three-year law courses across Maharashtra has been extended due to the delay in declaration of results by Mumbai University, law colleges now anticipate tough days ahead. On the one hand, the managements are worried that the delay will lead to a drop in admissions, while the other challenge is to complete the syllabus in time. Read the rest of this entry »

Under new rules, less than 50% pvt MBBS seats filled

Posted on August 24th, 2017 in Admission |

Manash Gohain ,Aug 24, 2017

Source: The Times of India

New Delhi : BDS Vacancies 85%; Admissions End On Aug 31

Deemed universities and private colleges across the country are staring at a huge crisis of unfilled undergraduate medical seats under the new system of centralised counselling introduced under Supreme Court’s orders this year.As the third round of counselling comes to an end on Thursday , more than 50% of MBBS seats and almost 85% of dental seats in these institutes are still lying vacant. Read the rest of this entry »

Second round of FCFS admissions today: Students with 60% marks too stand a chance

Posted on August 23rd, 2017 in Admission |

Alifiya Khan, Aug 23, 2017

Source : The Indian Express

Since students scoring 60 per cent and above are eligible for this round, any student with scores above 300 will now be able to take these seats, most of whose cut-offs are 85-90 per cent and above.

From 478 out of 500 which was the cut-off for the First Year Junior College (FYJC) admissions last year to 300 out of 500 in the second round of the first come first serve (FCFS) admissions taking place today (Wednesday), it is going to be a huge climbdown for the Laxmanrao Apte Prashala, the college with the highest cut-off marks for Class XI admissions in Pune. Read the rest of this entry »

51344 students take admission in college allotted by CAP

Posted on August 5th, 2017 in Admission |

ST Correspondent, Aug 03 2017

Source : Sakal Times

Pune: Around 51,344 students have taken admissions in the colleges allotted to them at the end of the third regular round of admissions under Std XI Online Centralised Admission Process (CAP).  for the last round of admissions, there are 29,560 students, who still have not taken admissions while 41,086 seats in the colleges in the city are still vacant. The rest of the students now have to wait for the fourth round of admissions that will begin after the release of the fourth merit list on August 6. Read the rest of this entry »

Over 100 junior colleges await confirmation of seats even after round 2

Posted on August 2nd, 2017 in Admission |

Ananya Barua, Aug 02 2017

Source: Hindustan Times

PUNE: With two rounds of first year junior college (FYJC) Class 11 admissions completed, and the third round making its way, more than 100 colleges in Pune await confirmation for their seats.

However, the Common Admission Process (CAP) committee claims to have completed almost 70% of admissions but the seats remain vacant. Read the rest of this entry »

More than 100 colleges with vacant seats wait for pupils

Posted on July 31st, 2017 in Admission |

TIMES NEWS NETWORK,  Jul 31, 2017

Source: The Times of India

Pune : Picture May Improve In Coming Days

After the completion of two rounds and the third round of allotments underway for the first year junior college (FYJC, Std XI) admissions, many colleges are still waiting to fill up their seats.While 15 colleges had no vacancies after the second round itself, over 100 colleges still await students. As many as 42,000 seats, including quota admissions, have been filled up, so far. Read the rest of this entry »

FYJC Round 2: 14,000 students in Pune without admissions

Posted on July 26th, 2017 in Admission |

Ananya Barua , Jul 26, 2017

Source : Hindustan Times

With the close of the round two of the first year junior college (FYJC) admissions of Class 11, over 14,000 students, are still without admissions.

On July 24, the round two admissions closed leaving 14,005 students without confirmation of admission.

Of these, 1,551 did not confirm their first preference allocation, despite reminders. Read the rest of this entry »

Over 2,800 students yet to confirm FYJC seats

Posted on July 24th, 2017 in Admission |

Ananya Barua, Jul 24, 2017

Source : Hindustan Times

OVER 2,790 STUDENTS ARE YET TO REPORT TO THEIR RESPECTIVE COLLEGES AS PER THEIR PREFERENCE IN THE SECOND LIST IN PUNE

PUNE: Over 2,800 students, as per round two reports of the first year junior college (FYJC) admissions of Class 11 admissions, are at the brink of losing out admissions if they do not confirm their seat by the deadline of July 24, claim official reports.

As per the centralised admissions procedure (CAP), while 4,078 students out of a total of 6,884 students have been admitted based on their first preference of college, in the second round of the admission process, 2,806 students are yet to get admissions. Read the rest of this entry »

Three CAP rounds for direct second-year engg admission

Posted on July 3rd, 2017 in Admission |

SwatiShindeGole, Jul 03 2017

Source: The Times of India

Pune : Students willing to take admission to second-year engineering after diploma can register for the online process till July 7. The state directorate of technical education (DTE) will announce the merit list online on July 8.

Over 5,000 seats are open for direct admissions into second year engineering courses in the Pune region colleges. As per the state Common Entrance Test (CET) cell, the provisional merit list will be put on the web on July 8. Submission of grievances will be open till July 11 and the final merit list will be announced the next day . Read the rest of this entry »

State won’t conduct 2nd round, for all seats aspirants need to reach Mumbai

Posted on May 10th, 2017 in Admission |

Hemali Chhapia, May 10, 2017,

Source: The Times of India

Mumbai : The stalemate between the state government and the nine private medical colleges ended on Tuesday with the institutes yielding to the state’s diktat. In line with that, the Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) has decided not to hold the second round of post-gradu ate admissions and opt for a personalised counselling round in Mumbai. Read the rest of this entry »