Schedule for Online admissions to F.Y.J.C.
|Online filling of application forms||:||8th June to 15th June 2015|
|Online Corrections if any in the Online application form submitted by students||:||17th June 2015(up to 5.00 pm.)|
|Declaration of Merit List – I||:||22nd June 2015 at 5:00 pm|
|Payment of fees for Merit List – I(Rs.50/- only)||:||24th, 25th, 26th June 2015 between 10:00 am & 3:00 pm|
|Declaration of Merit List – II||:||30th June 2015 at 5:00 pm|
|Payment of Fees for Merit List – II(Rs.50/- only)||:||1st , 2nd July 2015|
between 10:00 am & 3:00 pm
|Declaration of Merit List – III & Final||:||5th July 2015 at 6:00 pm|
|Payment of fees for Merit List – III & Final||:||6th & 8th July 2015|
between 10:00 am & 3:00 pm
|Note: – Admissions for Minority / Inhouse Quota will be given at Jr. College level from 8thJune to 18th June 2015. Students who wish to avail admissions in this quota are requested to contact the respective Jr. Colleges directly. Respective Junior Colleges are requested to surrender their Minority & Inhouse Quota of vacant seats through online on 18th June 2015 by 3.00 PM.|
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College festivals are an integral part of every college students life. This is the time of the year where you get to showcase your talents and compete with the best of the best from other colleges. It is also the time to de-stress and to have some fun. Given below is a list of some of the important college festivals in Mumbai.
Malhar Festival at St. Xavier’s College:
Biodata: Malhar is among one of the biggest and the most popular college fest in Mumbai. The intercollegiate festival is conducted usually in the 1st or the 2nd week of August and marks the beginning of the season of college festivals in Mumbai. Almost all the colleges in Mumbai participate in the various events at Malhar. Every year, the festival has a different theme, this year it is ‘Malhar: A Chronicle. The festival conducts events in performing arts, literary arts and fine arts events, Street Dance being one of its most famous events, and also has various impromptu games and competitions for the audience and many interesting exhibitions and workshops. Malhar witnesses great participation and a huge audience, which makes it extremely crowded but fun.
Date: 15th – 17th August 2015.
1 The online admission process for FYJC classes is applicable to all the recognized junior colleges in MMR, and their participation in this process is compulsory.
2 Students, who have passed SSC or equivalent examination from any recognized board, seeking admissions to FYJC classes in any of the junior colleges in MMR, must participate in the online admission process.
3 Admissions to Arts, Science, and Commerce streams shall be done online. However, following admissions shall not be done online.
a) Admissions to HSC Vocational (MCVC), Home Science,
b) Admisson to Management quota, Minority quota, & In-house quota shall be done by the respective Junior Colleges.
c) Admissions to Technical Junior Colleges shall be done by the respective Technical Junior
d) Admissions to Night Junior Colleges shall be done by the respective Night Junior Colleges.
4 Online admissions shall be done as per the rules under the constitutional and special reservation policy in force. Continue reading
For the last six months Marathi theatre producer and his family were living sleepless nights and were suffering harassment from the building residents for cooking and eating non-vegetarian food in their flat in Bonaventure Society on Rangnath Keskar road.
The situation worsened on Thursday when the residents—majority of them non-Maharashtrians—attacked their flat doors with eggs. Even some of the residents slapped and threatened the producer and Income Tax Officer Govind Chavan’s (48) 12-year-old son in front of the cops that were called to the spot. After learning about the incident the Shiv sena led a protest rally outside the building and the situation was brought under control after police reached the spot.
Chavan’s family have asked the cops to get the closed-circuit television (CCTV) in the building premises which is an evidence to the entire incident that occurred in front of the cops in the night. There are 90 flats in the 18-storey building were Chavan’s family has been staying since last two years.
Thursday night incident has left Chavan’s wife Anita in a state of shock and has to be get medical assistance. Chavan was out for work and learnt about the incident at 1.30-2am when returned back home.
Chavan alerted the MHB Colony police about the incident and his wife and children were called to the police station on Friday evening to lodge the complaint.
Chavan has produced over nine Marathi plays in the last 15 years under Supriya Productions (the banner which is run by his daughter).