Students looking to fetch admission into colleges in Mumbai aren't having a great time of late. The online admission procedure has added to their doubt even more. Not long after the presentation of the SSC results, part II of the first year junior school affirmation procedure will start. Indeed, even six years after the online procedure was presented, students expect that they won't get the decision of their school through it.
"There is no clarity on how seats are dispensed. We have heard stories that students don't get the school of their decision notwithstanding when they have scored over the cut-off. So we have been asking past students and teachers on the best way to go about it," said Shweta Bhosle, a SSC student.
This year, there have been no adjustments in the online procedure. "For a couple of years, we haven't changed anything all the while, making it extremely smooth. There have additionally not been any significant specialized glitches. Students need to guarantee that they read the confirmation booklet completely before they start enlisting and topping off structures," said a training office official.
Schools said they were doing their bit to make students best comprehend the procedure. "Students must fare thee well that on the off chance that they are profiting any reservation, they must get the authentications affirmed from the principals. We call students and folks both to the school for a session to make them comprehend the intricacies of the procedure," said Anjana Prakash, essential, Hansraj Morarji Public School, Andheri.
Authorities said students ought to guarantee they are utilizing a year ago's cut-off rate as reference while selecting universities. "Numerous students are out of the confirmation handle as they don't fill in the school inclinations as per the imprints they have secured. Now and then, students put schools they would prefer not to go to as their top inclination," said the authority.
Part II of the confirmation procedure is required to start on June 9, and the definite calendar will be reported at 4pm on Monday.
Over the previous week, more than 30,000 students have finished enlisting for part I.