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FYJC Mumbai 2016 Admission: 4th Merit List to be made online today
Monday July 18, 2016 12:54 PM, News Network

The Maharashtra Director of Education office will release online the Fourth and Final Round List (Round 4 List) for admission to First Year Junior College (FYJC) anytime after 05:00 pm today i.e. Monday July 18, 2016 for Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) on its official website.

If the need arises and to make sure that every student get admission, a Special Round can also be held, the office of Deputy Director of Education Mumbai said.

"A fourth round of admissions to fill up these seats will begin from July 18 and conclude on July 20 following which a special round will be held for students.

Though the scheduled time to release the list is 05:00 pm, the department had on earlier occassions released the lists sometimes at 06:00 pm and sometimes at 07:00 pm. It is hence expected that the 4th and Final Round List will also be released today anytime after 05:00 pm.

As many as 1,043 students who have not yet been allotted seats and several others who are eligible for betterment have eyes on the merit list. The students can confirm admissions over the next two days.

The Round 4 List (Final Round List) for admission to First Year Junior College (FYJC) for students in Mumbai Metropolitian Region (MMR), released today anytime after 05:00 pm will be available on

To check Merit List 4 i.e Round 4 List, students in Mumbai Region (MMR) which include Greater Mumbai, Thane, Kalyan, Dombivali, Raigad and Ulhasnagar, need to:

  • Log in to official website by clicking
  • Click on "Check Result (Round IV)" given on Left Side of the page.
  • Enter Application Form No. in the box
  • Click on "Get Merit".

The Third List, which was supposed to be the final list, was released on July 13.

According to the figures released by the department on Friday, 1.16 lakh students took admission in the three rounds of admission conducted between June 27 and July 15. But officials said that the figures could be higher. There are over 70,000 vacant seats.

Principals are not expecting cut-offs at top colleges to drop.

"We hardly have any seats left after the third list. We are not expecting the cut-offs to change. Students must not be disappointed as all colleges are very similar; they must concentrate on the course they are pursuing," the principal of a south Mumbai college has been quoted as saying by media.

While the education department is sure of resolving the problems, students want offline admissions to be allowed.

"There is a lot of uncertainty over online admissions. There is also no transparency and it is very difficult to understand the process. They should allow students to approach individually if they are unhappy with their choice of college," said Abha Rai, an FYJC aspirant.

The department on the other hand had assured that all issues will be resolved and no student will be left without admission.

"Students must rest assured that no one will be left without a seat. The week following the online admissions, we will resolve all technical problems. Or if there are students who have not filled forms, they might get a chance," the officials said.

The department is also considering conducting a counselling round for students who have not confirmed their admissions.

“Around 5,000 students approached us saying that they are unhappy with the seats allotted and hence, did not confirm their admissions. We have conveyed the matter to the state government and are awaiting their reply,” said assistant deputy director of education, Mumbai region.


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