Maharashtra FYJC Admission 2020: Government launches website for Class 11 admission in various districts

Maharashtra FYJC Admission 2020: Maharashtra government has launched a new website ( for Class 11 admission in 6 districts in Maharashtra. The admission process will be conducted on the basis of Maharashtra SSC Result 2020. The students who will pass class 10 examinations can register online on for admission to FYJC, the first year of junior college.

The six districts include the Mumbai metropolitan area, Nashik, Pune – Pimpri Chinchwad, Amravati, Aurangabad, and Nagpur municipal area.

Varsha Gaikwad, Maharashtra school education minister tweeted that the online portal is being operational from July 1. Here is the tweet below:


The board will soon announce the cut-off marks for the FYJC Admission 2020. The class 10 or SSC results will be announced by July 2020 end. The result date was informed by Shakuntala Kale, Chairperson of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education. This update was given in a virtual meeting of the state’s education department on June 22, 2020, which was also attended by Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad and Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.

For applying to admission in Class 11, students shall check the number of streams available. Numerous options will be available to the students while selecting colleges but to maximum 10 colleges. If one wants to change the stream, the student can do so during the admission rounds. Then that seat will be allocated to another student, and you won’t be able to switch back.

The students who are from non-state boards like ICSE, CBSE, NIOS, an IB who want to take admission to Maharashtra state board junior colleges can fill-up the form ‘Part A’ of the FYJC application forms. In the admission forms, students will have to fill up their ‘best five’ scores. The students from NIOS will have to fill up marks as shown on their mark sheet.

Original School Leaving Certificate, Original Class 10 Marks Sheet, Caste Certificate (only for reserved categories) documents will be required for the admission process. The government has decided to reduce the reservation for Socially and Educationally Backward Classes (SEBC) from 16% to 12%. While the quota for students with special needs has been increased from 3% to 4%.

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