Here comes a good news for the candidates who passed out 10th examination Maharashtra as Mumbai school education department has invited online admission form for 11th std at mumbai.11thadmission.net. The interested and eligible candidates can apply for FYJC 11th Online Admission Mumbai 2018-19 from 13 June to 18. Tha candidates who want to apply for First Year Junior College (FYJC) admission can follow 11th online admission process 2018-19 which is given below in this artilce.
Latest Updates : The School Education and Sports Department, Govt of Maharashtra has released FYJC First Merit List 2018 for all the districts at official website.
This year the fyjc admission for 2018-19 session has been started earlier than last year and 11th online admission has been updated at the official website. The Maharashtra School Education Department has recently been announced SSC result for 10th standard and the candidates can apply for fyjc online admisison 2018-19 for further study.
The FYJC Admissions 2018 will be organized in online mode for six centres Mumbai, Pune, Amravati, Aurangabad, Nagpur and Nasik. So the candidates who want to apply for fyjc admission for 2018-19 are at right path, here you will find fyjc online admission process 2018-19 with important date and other information.
FYJC 11th Online Admission Process 2018-19
The candidates who want to fill online admission form for 11th std can follow the instructions which are given below.
To fill FYJC online admission Mumbai the candidates have to visit official website mumbai.11thadmission.net.
Download FYJC Admisison 2018-19 Booklet
11th Online Admission Process 2018-19 Schedule
After filling the application form the candidates would be awaiting for merit list and admission dates so were are listing important dates here.
FYJC Admission for 2018-19 Website District Wise
This year the candidates can fill application at official websites of their areas which are listed below.
The delay in Maharashtra FYJC Admission 2018 Schedule occurred as the Education department went ahead with launching the online admissions process for six centers instead of just two as planned earlier. “Earlier, it was only Mumbai and Pune region that were online and data from these two regions were on the servers. But now since there are so many centres, the quantum of data has increased as the number of students has increased.