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About FYJC

FYJC is an acronym for First Year Junior College and is regulated by the Rules & Regulations of the Educational Department of the Maharashtra Government. In order to pursue education programs with FYJC guardians are suggested to carefully read the notifications which is issues by Educational Deputy Director of Pune.

Admissions to FYJC

• You can take admission in FYJC after declaring a passing certification of 10th Standard of S.S.C. Pune Educational Board. • Admissions are considered in accordance to the procedure and schedule, which is prepared by Deputy Director of Education, Pune. • The admission to FYJC is not approved against donations.

Courses to study at FYJC

• English (Compulsory) • Economics • Accountancy and Book-Keeping • Language – Hindi, French, Information Technology or Marathi • Mathematics & Statistics or Secretarial Practice • Organization of Commerce

The admission seats for information Technology and Mathematics are limited, therefore they are offered on the merit basis.

Rules & regulations for student’s promotion

Promotion from first year junior college (FYJC) to second year junior college (S.Y.J.C) basically depends upon the marks scored by the students in several examinations which are conducted during the year of academics by the institution. Such examinations are carried out and strictly by following the rules of the government.

These examinations include:

• Year work – 100 marks It includes Unit Test 1 – 50 marks and Unit Test 2 – 50 marks • Annual examination – 100 marks • Terminal Examination – 100 marks

In order to outshine in these examinations, the students must score at least 105 marks from 300 marks. A student should be able to obtain 35 per cent marks in every subject in order to get a promotion into S.Y.J.C.

How to apply

Simply by logging on to the official website of FYJC, you can download the application form required to submit by the applicants at the time of admission. The student can register as well as create a profile on the website, through which he/she can get access to various other colleges that First Year Junior College offers.

Comments

My nephew secured a best 5 total of 478/550. He had applied per the instructions. He has however not been admiitted to any of the colleges in his preference list. His classmates who have significantly lower marks than him have been admitted to some the colleges in his preference list for the same course? How is this possible? Another of his school classmate with higher marks than my nephew has siffered the same fate. Apparently there is no procedure/office/officer who will receive complaints.Let me know what you think. Thanks Pradip Mehta

depends upon your preference list this year cut offs high so in the list of 35 colleges 1 should properly put the names of college 1 should take the college he wants in his quota not depend on online admisiion coz it sucks

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