Mumbai: The special freshman college admissions cycle that started on Friday will end on Monday. All students who have not obtained admissions, including those restricted and blocked in the three regular rounds, can participate.
So far, three cycles of the common admission process have taken place in which 54% of the students have been admitted. The remaining students have one more chance of securing places. Students who are not yet registered can also go to the 11thadmission.org.in link and fill out their forms. Those already registered can change their college preferences again. The state’s Education Department has urged students to reserve their seats, as seats at most of the leading colleges will be filled by the end of this round on Monday evening.
Students wishing to be admitted under the minority and management quota can apply to the respective junior colleges. Application forms, however, will need to be completed online. Students admitted looking for bifocal courses can also apply to the respective colleges. In rounds 1 and 2, students who had not been admitted to their first preference colleges were not allowed to participate in subsequent rounds. These students can now change their preferences and re-apply for admissions. In the third round, of the 39,964 students assigned to first preference colleges, only 13,738 were admitted. The remaining students can also participate in the special round.