FYJC option form filling deadline extended

FYJC option form filling deadline extended for Online Admissions 2015-16

Students who were not able to fill up option forms in the FYJC online admission process had a sigh of relief when deputy director’s office called for an extension of the deadline to June 16. Of the total 2 lakh applicants, more than 20,000 had not filled up their fyjc option forms till the previous deadline of 15th June 2015. So, it was extended to 16th June till 11 PM.

The deadline for filling fyjc option forms was also extended due to the fact that around one lakh students from the three lakh who appeared in the Maharashtra SSC exam did not secured admission under the different quotas available.

D.B. Fadtare, deputy director of education, Mumbai said that his office got many calls from students and parents who requested for an extension of the fyjc option form filling, as they did not complete their forms. Mr. Fadtare justified the extension of option form filling and said, “The FYJC online admission process was started for the benefit of the students and thus we have to extend the deadline. Students not able to apply online would be unable to secure admission till the fyjc online admission process is completed.

Students who were unable to submit their online option forms blamed slow internet connections. Students also doubt whether to go for quota seats in minority institutions or for open category. Students keep searching for the best option possible hence they keep on delaying the admissions and keep trying in minority institutions. When they are not able to secure a seat in the minority institutions, they turn towards fyjc org in online admission process. This extension is also intended to benefit such students too.

Minority institutions all over Mumbai and Pune are carrying out admissions in full swing as June 18 is the last date for conducting admissions for minority quota. Muslim and Gujarati community Minority institutions complete their quota, other communities institutions are filling up seats with students from other communities under the quota for a premium.