After the first merit list of First Year Junior College (FYJC) 2016 was declared, the cutoffs were increased and the last date for admission is given on June 30, 2016.
The first common merit list was declared by the Centralized Admission Process (CAP), only about 52,616 students out of 82,106 applicants have been given allotments in the first round. Approximately, 30,000 students still wait for their names in the merit list. The first common merit list was displayed with the cutoff marks for admission in top colleges have been increased by at least two percent, which officials indicate due to a decrease in open category seats due to newly introduced in-house quota in many colleges and the overall increase in marks scored by students due to the sports quota marks. In the first merit list, five students rejected the seat allotment and nineteen students canceled their admission.
At K C College, Churchgate, the cutoffs for the Arts has increased from 85.2 per cent to 88.4 per cent, a jump of more than three percent. For Commerce, the cutoffs were 91.5 per cent for aided and 90.83 unaided colleges respectively. Admissions to FYJC Science will close at 91 per cent. The admission to the N M College for Commerce and Economics, Vile Parle, will close at 94.5. The cutoff for Arts at St Xavier's is 94.4 per cent. For Science, the cutoff is 91.4 per cent. The cutoff for Science at Ruia College, Matunga, is 93.2 per cent and for the Arts, 91.8 percent. At Jai Hind College, Churchgate, Art's cutoff is 91.4 per cent; for Commerce, it is 91.8 and for Science, it is 90.6 percent. Admissions to Arts stream at Royal College, Mira Road, will close at 90.6 per cent and 87.33 per cent for Mithibai College, Vile Parle. At H R College of Commerce and Economics, Churchgate, too, the cutoff remained at 93.4 per cent.
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