Second Merit list Pune FYJC admissions 2016
Pune FYJC 11th Admission 2016 – 2017 Second merit list is published today. Candidates can check their status in merit list from this page. We have given a related links and details from this page. You can check the Merit List details from this page. The first merit List is already published by Pune 11th Admission department. The candidates who have not take admission in first round can appear for the second round for the admission process.
11th Admission 2nd Merit list Details
11th Class Admission process of Pune Region can be check online from this page. All candidates applied for the admission process can check their stats in second merit List from this page. The related links of merit list are given on the page. As parents of those who have not been allotted seats thronged the office of the deputy director of education, officials assured them of allotments in the next merit list on 5th July 2016. By Monday evening, 6,399 students confirmed their admissions and five students rejected them, while 19 cancelled their admissions, and 46,193 have not yet reported. So these candidates can appear for the further admission rounds of FYJC 2016 Admission.
The the Pune FYJC Admission process, This year, the highest cut-off was at Pimpri-Chinchwad’s City Pride School and Junior College with 487 marks on 500, followed by Laxmanarao Apte Prashala with 481 marks. PMC-run Rajiv Gandhi Academy of E-Learning had a cut-off of 480 marks, whereas Fergusson College had a cut-off of 474 marks. While this was the cut-off in Science faculty, the highest cut-off in Commerce was at BMCC college (471) and the highest cut-off in Arts was at Fergusson College (477). So these are the Top hit choices of pune city. You can apply for the your choice collages from the Admission process but desicions are depend on the Merit list status. However, with the Commerce faculty receiving the maximum number of applications (37,839 against 22,634 seats), and even the top three scorers opting for Commerce, officials say that it points towards an increasing favour towards the faculty.