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ENGLISH VERSION
1. Introduction, Defenation 33
2. Online Admission Process, Rules for Admission 34
3. Features of Online Admission 35
4. Important Instructions for the Students and Fees 35-39
5. Frequently asked Questions and their Answers 40-42
6. Documents to be submitted for Admission 43
7. Percentange of constitutional (Social) and Speical 44
Reservation in Minority and Non Minority Institutions
8. Procedure to be followed after a students name appers 45
in the merit list & Important Govt. Resolutions
9. List of Guidence Centres in MMR 46-55
10. Sample Admission Form 56-58

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(6) Þeer. kesÀ. Deej. yeesjmes, efMe#eCe efvejer#ekeÀ, HeefM®ece efJeYeeie (meom³e)
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(8) Þeer. S. Deej. YeeieJele, efMe#eCeeefOekeÀejer (ceeO³e.), efpe. He. þeCes (meom³e)
(9) Þeer. Jner. Deej. peeOeJe, efMe#eCeeefOekeÀejer (ceeO³e.), efpe. He. je³eie[ (meom³e)
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(16) [e@. megneefmeveer meble, ieesKeues p³egefveDej ceneefJeÐeeue³e, yeesefjJeueer.
(17) [e@. ceeOegjer HespeeJej, He´e®ee³ee&, yeer. Sce. yeeboes[keÀj ceneefJeÐeeue³e, þeCes.
(18) [e@. Sme. Sme. kesÀUkeÀj, He´e®ee³e&, DeeCCeemeensye Jele&keÀ ceneefJeÐeeue³e, JemeF&.
(19) [e@. S. Sme. yegªbieues, He´e®ee³e&, keÀce&Jeerj YeeTjeJe Heeìerue ceneefJeÐeeue³e, veJeer cegbyeF&.
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(26) [e@. S. F&. uekeÀ[eJeeuee, He´e®ee³e&, je@³eue ceneefJeÐeeue³e, ceerje jes[.
(27) [e@. peer. yeer. efJeMes, He´e®ee³e&, %eevemeeOevee ceneefJeÐeeue³e, þeCes (HeefM®ece)
(28) [e@. veìjepeve, He´e®ee³e&, Deej. kesÀ. ìer. ceneefJeÐeeue³e, Gunemeveiej.
(29) [e@. Sve. Sce. peeOeJe, He´e®ee³e&, meer. kesÀ. þeketÀj ne³ej meskebÀ[jer efJeÐeeue³e, veJeerve HeveJesue.
(30) Þeer. kegÀuekeÀCeea, He´e®ee³e&, ªHeejsue ceneefJeÐeeue³e, ceeìgbiee.
(31) He´e. Þeerce. G<ee cegkegbÀove, He´e®ee³e&, PegvePegveJeeuee ceneefJeÐeeue³e, IeeìkeÀesHej.
(32) Þeerce. efmevvejkeÀj, He´e®ee³e&, HeW{ejkeÀj ceneefJeÐeeue³e, [eWefyeJeueer.

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(33) Þeerce. megOee J³eeme, He´e®ee³ee&, kesÀ. pes. meesce³³ee ceneefJeÐeeue³e, efJeÐeeefJenej.
(34) Þeer. cegkegbÀo DeebOeUkeÀj, He´e®ee³e&, Sme. kesÀ. meesce³³ee keÀefve<þ ceneefJeÐeeue³e, efJeÐeeefJenej.
(35) Þeer. ³et. [er. keÀoce, He´e®ee³e&, yeer. Sve. Sve. ceneefJeÐeeue³e, efYeJeb[er.
(36) Þeerce. cesnkeÀ iJeeueeveer, GHeHe´e®ee³ee&, kesÀ. meer. ceneefJeÐeeue³e, ®e®e&iesì.
(37) Þeerce. Deefveuee efHeuueF&, GHeHe´e®ee³ee&, S®e. Deej. ceneefJeÐeeue³e, ®e®e&iesì.
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(53) Þeer. S. yeer. Menejs, GHeefMe#eCeeefOekeÀejer (ceeO³e.), efpe. He. þeCes.
(54) Þeer. yeer. [er. Hegjer, efMe#eCe GHeefvejer#ekeÀ, efMe#eCe efvejer#ekeÀ oef#eCe efJeYeeie, keÀe³ee&ue³e.
(55) Þeer. HeesKejCekeÀj, mene. efMe#eCe GHeefvejer#ekeÀ, efMe#eCe efvejer#ekeÀ GÊej efJeYeeie, keÀe³ee&ue³e.
(56) Þeer. HeLee[s, mene. efMe#eCe GHeefvejer#ekeÀ, efMe#eCe efvejer#ekeÀ oef#eCe efJeYeeie, keÀe³ee&ue³e.
(57) Þeer. efJeueeme keÀebyeUs, efMe#eCe GHeefvejer#ekeÀ, efMe#eCe efvejer#ekeÀ oef#eCe efJeYeeie, keÀe³ee&ue³e.
(58) Þeer. yeer. Sce. jepeHetle, mene. efMe#eCe GHeefvejer#ekeÀ, efMe#eCe GHemeb®eeuekeÀ keÀe³ee&ue³e, cegbyeF&.
(59) Þeer. DeMeeskeÀ keÀebyeUs, mene. efMe#eCe GHeefvejer#ekeÀ, efMe#eCe GHemeb®eeuekeÀ keÀe³ee&ue³e, cegbyeF&.
(60) Þeer. Jner. Jee³e. ®eewOejer, mene. efMe#eCe GHeefvejer#ekeÀ, efMe#eCe GHemeb®eeuekeÀ keÀe³ee&ue³e, cegbyeF&.
(61) Þeer. Deej. Sce. DeefnjjeJe, mene. efMe#eCe GHeefvejer#ekeÀ, efpe. He. þeCes.
(62) Þeer. megneme Jee[x, mene. efMe#eCe GHeefvejer#ekeÀ, efpe. He. je³eie[.
(63) Þeer. meueerue JeeIeceejs, Jeefj<þ efueefHekeÀ, efMe#eCe GHemeb®eeuekeÀ keÀe³ee&ue³e, cegbyeF&.
(64) Þeer. osJeWê ueesnej, Jeefj<þ efueefHekeÀ, efMe#eCe GHemeb®eeuekeÀ keÀe³ee&ue³e, cegbyeF&.
(65) Þeer. DeefJeveeMe jCeefoJes, mebieCekeÀ He´esie´ecej, meJe& efMe#ee DeefYe³eeve, efMe#eCe GHemeb®eeuekeÀ keÀe³ee&ue³e, cegbyeF&.
(66) Þeer. HeeieOejs, keÀ. ce. efJe. efMe#ekeÀ, ªHeejsue ceneefJeÐeeue³e, ceeìgbiee, cegbyeF&.

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Introduction

PREAMBLE
The process of admission for Std. XI has been going on since the academic year 1997-
1998 as per GR for School Education No. HSC 1097/ (1444/97)/ umashi – 1 dt. 26 June 1997.
This ongoing process involves students approaching many junior colleges for buying and
submitting admission forms, which is time consuming for the students. Also student normally
buys and submits forms of 15 to 20 junior colleges. As per this process the students and his
parents have to verify the merit lists in each Junior College in which the student has applied.
Since the time table for the admission process is common to all Junior Colleges and the merit
lists are also displayed at the same time, it is strenuous for the student to secure admission
within the allotted time frame. It is also costly and time consuming for the students.
Being a welfare state, it is the bounden duty of the Government to look after the interest
of the society. Keeping this objective in view, the online admission process is being initiated
for Mumbai, Thane and same part of Panvel the MMR (Mumbai Metropolitan Region), vide GR
No. HSC 1709/(44/09)/umashi-1, Mantralaya Annexe Mumbai 32, dated 28th May 2009, to
save time and money of all parents of students desirous of seeking admission to Std. XI.
Considering all these issues, the government had started online admission process for
the academic year 2009 – 10.

DEFINITIONS
(1) Government means Government of Maharashtra, Department means the administrative
department of the Government of Maharashtra (School Education Department, Mantralaya,
Mumbai) .
(2) A High School is a secondary school which provides a course in general education
leading to the Secondary School Certificate Examination. (S.S.C. Examination).
(3) A higher Secondary School (Junior College) is an institution which provides instructions
leading to Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (H.S.C. Examination).
(4) Aided Junior College means an institution obtaining grants under the grant-in-aid code
of the Government.
(5) Unaided Junior College means a junior college, not receiving any salary or non-salary
grant from the Government.
(6) Minority Institution means an institution declared as Religious or Linguistic minority by
the Government of Maharashtra.
(7) Management Quota means the 5% seats, as per rules, to be filled in by the Management
which runs the Junior College at their level.
(8) Minority Quota means the 50% seats to be filled by the Minority Institution, from
amongst students belonging to the Religious /Linguistic group, as per rules.
(9) In-house Quota means the 20 % seats, reserved for the students of the schools, run
in the same area by the same Management, which runs the Junior College.

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ONLINE ADMISSION PROCESS
1. The online admission process for Std. XI is applicable to all recognised junior colleges in
MMR and their participation in this process is compulsory.
2. Any student, whether from the Maharashtra state or otherwise and having passed the
examination of S.S.C. or any equivalent examination from any recognised board, must
participate in the online admission process.
3. Admissions to Arts, Science, Commerce general streams and bifocal shall be done online.
However, admission to MCVC, Home science, Management, Minority quota and In house
quota shall be done by the Principals of the respective Junior Colleges at their level.
Admissions to technical schools for technical subjects not will be done online. The students
are advised to approach the Head Master/Head Mistress of such schools.
4. The admissions to night Junior Colleges shall be done by the Principals of the respective
Junior Colleges.
5. The admissions of students securing ATKT will be done after completion of online admission
process.
6. Online admission shall be done as per the constitutional and social reservations in force.
7. Upon confirmation of admission of the student to the Junior college as per the merit list,
the admission to the optional languages / subjects shall be done by the respective principals
at their level subject to availability of seats, as per merit.
8. The cost of information booklet and Online admission process is Rs. 150/- (Rupees One
Hundred and Fifty only). In case a student, who has obtained the book by paying Rs. 150/-
fails in Std. X of March 2010, he/she will be refunded Rs. 125/- (Rupees One hundred
twenty five only) after deducting Rs. 25/- as the cost of the booklet by the Head Master /
Head Mistress of concerned school.

RULES FOR ADMISSION


(1) A student must have passed the std. X examination of Maharashtra State SSC Board or an
equivalent examination, to be eligible for admission to std. XI. The marks obtained at this
examination will form the sole basis for admission to std. XI.
(2) A student will be eligible for admission to XI Science only if he/she has secured a minimum
of 40% marks in Science subjects at the qualifying examination. There is no condition
regarding minimum marks for admission to Arts and Commerce streams.
(3) A student will not be subjected to an interview or any kind of test prior to finalizing his / her
adimssion.
(4) As per the circular of the Maharashtra State Secondary and Higher Secondary Board,
Pune, No. RA Man/Papui /Gen. Math/4050, dated 2nd June 2008, students who have
opted for General Mathematics in Std. IX and Std. X can apply to Std. XI Arts, Science or
Commerce General stream. However, these student are not eligible to opt for Mathematics
and also for the six subject of bi-focal and technical group. They will therefore have to opt
for some other optional subject.
(5) The rules for admission to the Bifocal subjects at +2 level in Govt. and Private Educational
institutions have been sanctioned under Govt. Resolution No. GTS (1084/ 40926/ 101/ 84)
Tanshi-2D, Education and Employment Dept. Mantralaya, Mumbai 32, dated 22nd April,
1987. All admissions to the Bifocal subjects will be given in accordance to these rules.
(6) If the applicant belongs to a reserved category and wishes to apply for a seat reserved for
such a category then it is necessary for the applicant to submit a relevant certificate, issued
by a competent authority, to the effect that the applicant belongs to that particular category.

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(7) If the applicant wishes to apply for a seat under a special reservation category, then he/
she must submit a relevant certificate for that category.
(8) The scheme of Best-5, for admission to Std. XIth will be applicable to the students who
appear Std. Xth (S.S.C. Exam.) of March 2010 onwords through M.S. Board of Secondary
and Higher Secondary Education, as per G.R. Dt. SSC-2010/(25/10) Umashi-2, School
Education & Sports Department, Mantralaya, Mumbai-32, Dt. 25th Feb. 2010.

FEATURES OF THE ON-LINE ADMISSION PROCESS


(1) Student can fill only one application form to apply to one or two streams of their choice.
If a student has applied to two streams then he /she can give a mixed preferential order
of colleges of his/her choice. Also, if a student applied to two streams, he/she must
apply to atleast one junior college for each stream.
(2) A student can apply to mininum one and maximum two streams for Arts, Science and
Commerce general.
(3) Students applying to bifocal subjects can give minimum 5 and maximium 25 preferences.
Students applying to general streams (Arts, Science and Commerce) can give minimum
10 and maximum 30 preferences.
(4) For the online admission process, the data of all students appearing for std. X examination
through the Maharashtra State Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board,
Mumbai division in March 2010 is being directly used. Hence, as soon as such students
enter their SSC examination seat no., all data pertaining to the student and available
with the board, will be filled automatically.
(5) Students will have to opportunity to get admission to a junior college, depending on merit
and th order of preference given by him/her. If he/she does not get a seat as per his
first preference, then the second, third, will be examined and a seat will be allotted to
him/her.
(6) All students, who have passed the examination of std. X and applied for online admission
process, will be given admission as per their merit in first and subsequent merit lists.

Important Instructions for the students :


In the online admission process :-
l There are three STREAMS 1) Science, 2) Arts, 3) Commerce
l In above streams there are two CLASSES 1) Bifocal, 2) General
l There are two SUB CLASSES under each class 1) Aided, 2) Unaided
l There are three SETS of Junior colleges 1) Co-Ed., 2) Boys, 3) Girls
l There is more than one MEDIUM of instruction viz. Marathi, English. Hindi, Urdu, etc.
(1) Junior Colleges are given unique code numbers to identify the streams, classes, sub
classes, types, sets and medium of instruction. Thus the same junior college may have
more than one code number depending upon the streams, classes, sub classes, types,
sets and medium of instruction.
(2) In preparing all the lists of admissions, Category-wise MERIT shall be considered first,
followed by the order of preference of the junior colleges as given by the student.
(3) Students shall give their order of prefcrence of junior colleges for bifocal and general
streams in separate boxes provided for that purpose.

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(4) A student may opt for a single stream or maximum two streams simultaneously. His/her
preferences can contain both the streams, in any order. Hence, while giving their order
of preference of junior colleges in a given class, Students can include in the same box
a!I the sub classes, types, sets and mediums of instruction but not more than two
streams.
(5) The student must give minimum 5 & maximum 25 preferences for Bifocal (Science and
Commerce) class and minimum 10 & maxirnum 30 preferences for general (Arts, Science
and Commerce) class in their order of preferences of junior colleges. In case the student
is applying for 2 streams, then he/she must include atleast one preference of each
stream in his/her order of preferences of Junior colleges.

EXAMPLE :
Class : Bifocal (Commerce and Science)
Order of Code
Preference Numbers Details of Junior colleges as per code no.

1. ******** ABC Junior College, Bi-focal Electronics (Science), Aided


2 ******** PQR Junior College, Bl-focal Banking (Commerce), Un-aided
3 ******** LMN Junior College, Bi-focal Comp. Sc. (Science), Aided, Girls#
4
..
..
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Class : General (Science and Commerce)


Order of Code
Preference Numbers Details of Junior colleges as per code no.

1. ******** ABC Junior College, Science, .Aided


2 ******** PQR Junior College, Commerce, Un-aided
3 ******** LMN Junior College, Science, Aided, Girls#
4 ******** XYZ Junior College, Science, Un-aided
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OR

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Class : General (Commerce and Arts)
Order of Code
Preference Numbers Details of Junior colleges as per code no.

I ******** XYZ Junior College, Arts, Un-aided


2 ******** PQR Junior College, Commerce, Aided
3 ******** LMN Junior College, Comnierce, Aided, Girls#
4 ******** YYY Junior College, Arts, Un-aided
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OR
Class: General (Arts and Science)
Order of Code
Preference Numbers Details of Junior colleges as per code no.

1. ******** ABC Junior College, Science, Aided


I ******** ABC Junior College, Arts, Girls#, Un-aided
2 ******** PQR Junior College, Science, Aided, Co. Ed.
3 ******** DEF Junior College, Science, Aided
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#can be applied by Girl Students only.
These examples are only illustrative and not Exhaustive
After entering code nos of colleges, student will get all above Details.

(6) The students applying under constitutional reservations (Reserved category students)
and special reservation (sports, cultural, wards of servicemen/ ex-servicemen, wards of
freedom fighters, handicapped) are required to submit their online application forms
from their respective secondary schools. However, the students outside MMR area and
belonging to above mentioned catgories, are required to submit their online forms from
any nearby school. (List of schools is given in the information booklet.) The Head of the
school will verify the relevant certificate and submit the form online.
(7) The first list of admission will be announced for admissions to bifocal class (science and
commerce) only.
(8) After admitting student of the first merit list of bifocal, If there are any vacancies, then
second merit list will be declared. The vacancies will be filled by the second list, which
will also deal with the admissions to bifocal class only. This list may give a betterment
option to the students who have taken admission in the first list and may also include
students whose names were not included in the first list

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(9) After the second list, there will be no more lists announced for admissions to bifocal.
Vacancies arising thereafter in the bifocal, shall be filled by the Principals of the Junior
Colleges at their level, in the order of merit, only from among the students admitted in
the science or commerce general streams in that junior college, after the entire online
admissions are over.
(10) The third list (and all the subsequent lists) will deal with the admissions to Arts, Science
& Commerce general streams only.
(11) All the students who have applied to bifocal will be considered for admissions to general
streams provided they have given their preferences for the same, irrespective of whether
they have secured admission to bifocal or not.
(12) It is pertinent to note that only one betterment option will be given in both the classes
(bifocal and general). The betterment option will consider order of preference in the
ascending order only and will be offered, subject to the merit of the student and the
availability of seat.
(13) If a student, whose name appears in a particular list in a particular junior college, as per
his/her merit and preference, fails to secured admission as per the allotment, his/her
name will be deleted and he/she will be out of the online admission process.
(14) If a student is not alloted a seat in any junior college as per his/her order of preferences,
he/she will be alloted a seat in a junior college in the area of his/her preference. Hence,
it is mandatory for every student to enter minimum one and maximum three preferences
for area as per his/her choice.
(15) If a student is not alloted a seat as per his/her area preference, he/she will be alloted
seat in a junior college according to his/her residential address, first nearest to residential
area, second nearest to residential area, subject to merit and availability of seat
(16) Students are advised to fill the online application form carefully (especially the order of
preferences, UID code and also the different reservation claims). If any information filled
in the application form by the student is found to be incorrect or false, then his/her
admission will stand cancelled.
(17) Student can fill the code nos. of junior colleges of their choice in the online admission
form after properly studying the information provided in the booklet.
(18) The admission will be finalised on the basis of the merit of the student, preference
specified by the student in the online form and availability of seat.
(19) Hence a student can accordingly select stream and the type of junior college he/she
wishes to apply to. student must consider the last year's cut-off precentage of the
concerned stream of that junior college. A student must decide his/her order of
preferences, taking into consideration the marks that he/she has secured.
(20) Student must give their order of preferences for bifocal seperately, for which a provision
has been made in the online application form.
(21) Different code nos. have been assigned to colleges offering bifocal, based on the type
( aided or unaided ) and available subjects ( comp. sc., electronics etc). Students are
advised to choose the code nos. carefully, since the fees for aided or unaided divisions
will be different. There are different code nos. for different subjects and types (aided or
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(22) The seats of bifocal being limited, it is mandatory for every students to give preferences
for corresponding general stream also, so that a student is not deprived of admission
due to non-availability of a seat in bifocal as per his/her merit.
(23) The students of SSC board, who apply for online admission through open category (
those who will be applying purely on merit and not be availing of any reservation or
concession of any category) can submit there online admission form through their
resepctive schools or from home or any other place where computer with internet and
printing facility is available.
(24) Students who have passed equivalent examination of std. X through boards. other than
SSC board ( e.g. CBSE, ICSE, IB etc.) must submit their online application forms
through their respective schools, who will approve their relevant documents.
(25) Since the data of the students passing through the SSC board is already available for
online process, such students will only have to click on the dropboxes of their choice
and hence it will be a simple procedure and they will not face any language problem.
In case of any difficulty, the student can approach their parents or the head of their
school or their teachers.
(26) All repeater students who have passed examination of Std. X in more than one attempt,
should enter marks of the subjects they have passed. Marks of subjects in which they
had failed in earlier attempts must be excluded.
(27) After the online admission form is filled the student is advised to go through the entire
form, before clicking the SUBMIT button. In case of any shortcoming, mistake or necessary
change, the student can do the necessary correction and then click the SUBMIT button.
(28) The student must take a printout of the submitted online application form. Using this
printout he/she can verify the information filled in the online form.
(29) In case the student finds some error (other than preferences ) in the submitted online
form, he/she can make corrections only by approaching the nearest guidance center
with proper documents to support the change within stipulated time.
(30) The student must take a printout of such corrected online application form for information.
(31) The student will get an acknowledgement of their online application form via SMS on
the mobile numbers which have been indicated in their online application form. Students
can also view the receipt of their online application form on the website.

FEES
(1) In an aided junior college, the tution fee and other fees will be charged according to the
rates prescribed by the government.
(2) Separate fees will be charged for unaided divisions in aided junior colleges. Hence
different divisions will have different fee structure in the same junior college.
(3) The fee struture of unaided junior college have been prescribed by the management of
the respective junior college. Hence there will be a difference in the fee structure in
different colleges.
(4) The Junior Colleges should charge fees as per G.R. No.AED/1084/(2568)SASHI-2
Education and employment Department, Mantralaya Extention, Mumbai-32 dated 4th
March 1986.

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Frequently asked questions and their Answers

1] What is this on-line admission process?


Ans.: Instead of visiting many junior colleges to fill up the form of each college physically,
filling up only one form with preferences of many junior colleges and submitting it online
from a computer with internet facility and thereby securing admission in a junior college
as per merit, is the online admission process.
2] Who is going to conduct the on-line admission procedure?
Ans.: The Deputy Director of Education, Mumbai region, with the technical support of MKCL,
will conduct the on-line admissions.
3] Where will the students get assistance for the on-line procedure?
Ans.: The Head Master, Class Teachers and the staff of the school from where the student
has passed his std. X examination or the guidance centers established in each ward
/ Taluka will provid guidence to the students.
4] Is the student required to fill and submit admission form in every Junior college
that he/she wishes to apply?
Ans.: No. The student is expected to fill only one form in which he can give upto 30 preferences.
5] Where will the facility for filling up the On-line application form be made available?
Ans.: A student can fill up the online form from his/ her own school from where he/she has
passed std. X exam. or his/her house or from anywhere else where computer with
internet and printing facility is available.
6] Once the form is filled on-line and a print out is taken, does it mean that the on-
line procedure is complete?
Ans.: No. The student must check the information filled up in the online form. He/she must
ensure he/she possess the required certificates. In case of any error or shortcomings,
the student must contact the guidance center.
7] Will the student get admission to the college on the basis of his preferences
mentioned in the option form?
Ans.: A student will be allocated a seat in the college of his preference on the basis of
his/her marks and the availability of seats in the concerned college. In case, his/her
name does not appear in the college that was his first choice then, on the basis of
the availability of the seats, the second preference will be considered and then the
third and so on. In case the name of the student does not appear in any merit list
of the colleges listed by him/her in the option form, then he/she will be allocated a
seat, subject to availability, in a college in the area chosen by him/her or else in
his/her residential zone, as per- first nearest, second nearest and so on .
8] Does the student need to fill up a separate form for separate streams?
Ans.: No. A student has to fill only one form, for atleast one or maximum two streams from
Arts, Science and Commerce.

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9] Will the student get subjects of his/her choice?
Ans.: The Online process will only allot a seat in a faculty of a Jr. College. The optional
subjects will be allocated by the Principals of Junior colleges, subject to merit and
availability.
10] Will the students, who were unable to fill the on-line form due to unavoidable
circumstances or due to natural calamity, be accommodated and allocated a
seat?
Ans.: Once the on-line procedure is complete and in case any Junior college has a vacant
seat to offer, an attempt will be made to allocate a seat to such students.
11] In case a student has not secured enough marks, can he/she get admission to a
college of his/her choice?
Ans.: Admission will be on the basis of merit and preferences given by the student. If the
student’s name appears in the merit list of a college of his choice, then only can he/
she get admitted to that college.
12] Will the merit list be college-wise? Will there be single merit list for MMR?
Ans.: All merit lists will be college-wise. A single merit list will not be generated for the entire
MMR.
13] How many seats been reserved for the Managements of Junior colleges?
Ans.: 5% seats are reserved as management quota.
14] Is it necessary for those students to apply on-line who wish to seek admission
under the Management quota?
Ans.: No it is not compulsory for those students to apply on-line. However it is advisable to
apply on-line so that, in case management seat has been denied to the student, he/
she will not be out of the admission procedure and will still be considered for admission
on the basis of his/her merit and preferences mentioned in his/her online application
form.
15] Will the merit list be published by the respective colleges on their premises?
Ans.: Yes. Every college will display their respective merit lists from time to time. The merit
list will also be available on the Website announced by MKCL. In addition, to help the
students, MKCL will attempt to intimate a student by sms on his/her cell, on the cell
number provided by the student in his/her online application form. The student must
understand that, in case he/she does not receive sms, it is the student’s responsibility
to check the allotment by using his/her login ID and password or by checking the merit
lists on the website or in colleges.
16] Will the college management demand separate forms to be filled in for admission,
under management quota?
Ans.: All decisions regarding admissions under the management quota are at the discretion
of the respective management.
17] Will constitutional and special reservations be followed?
Ans.: Yes. All constitutional and special reservations will be followed.

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18] Will the students applying under constitutional and special reservations be allowed
to apply in the Open category?
Ans.: Yes. All students applying under constitutional and special reservations will also be
allowed to apply in the Open category.
19] In case a student is unable to apply before the last date of application due to
technical failure at the place where he/she is applying online, will the time period
for applying be extended?
Ans.: In case of such technical failure, the student is expected to contact the guidance
Center of his/her area and appropriate guidance will be offered to him/her. In case of
any emergency, the Government will take appropriate decision.
20] Who is authorized to admit students to the Minority institutions (linguistic and
religious) under minority quota?
Ans.: 50% seats are reserved for admissions to students belonging to the linguistic or religious
minority, under Minority Quota. These admissions will be processed by the respective
managements.
21] Who will admit a student, after his/her name appears in the merit list?
Ans.: The Principals of the respective Jr.colleges will admit the students, as per the procedure
of the college and according to the merit list published. The student is expected to
produce his/her original certificates and pay the prescribed fee of the junior college at
the time of admission.
22] Can a Junior college refuse admission to a student whose name has appeared in
the merit list? What should a student do in case he/she is refused admission?
Ans.: No. A Junior college cannot refuse admission to a student whose name has appeared
in the merit list, provided the student approaches the Jr. College within the prescribed
time limit. However, admission is subject to authenticity of original documents and
payment of necessary fees. In case of any refusal, the student can approach the
guidance Center of his/her area.
23] Will there be only one round of admission?
Ans.: No. There will be more than one round of admissions.
24] Will the cut-off marks of last year be available college-wise?
Ans.: Yes. All the information is available in the information booklet.
25] Are the Government reservations under Sports, Cultural, Ex-Serviceman,
Handicapped going to be followed and what is the percentage?
Ans.: Yes. All such reservations will be followed. The details are provided in the information
booklet.
26] Is there any in-house quota for students coming from schools run by the same
management?
Ans.: 20% seats are reserved for the in-house students.

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DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED FOR ADDMISSION
A] Open Category : l Marksheet of Std. X (SSC) or equivalent Examination .
l School Leaving Certificate.
B] Constitutional (Social) Reservation :
l Caste Certificate issued by Competent Authority .
C] Special Reservation :
1] Arts & Culture : l Passing Certificate Examination of Music/Dance Conducted by Akhil
Bharatiya Gandharva Mahavidyalaya .
l Certificate of Prize wining for Acting in the Bal Natya Competition
Conducted by Directorate Of Art & Culture.
[Ref.GR.NO.HSC/1707(222/07)/UMASHI-1 Dt. 25/03/2010]
2] Sports : l Students should possess any one of the following certificates
(obtained only while studying in stds. VIII, IX, X)
[Ref.GR.NO.HSC/1707(222/07)/UMASHI-1 Dt.25/03/2010]
(a) Certificate showing that the student has secured first or second rank at the District
/ State/National level . The certificate should be certified by the district sports
officer or the zonal sports Deputy Director.
(b) Certificate showing that the student has won medal(s) at the zonal level or Certificate
showing that the student has participated in the National/State level competitions
organized by the Indian Schools Games Association or Indian Games Authority.
The certificate should be certified by the district sports officer or the zonal sports
Deputy Director
(c) Certificate showing that the student has won medal(s) at the State level or
Certificate showing that the student has participated in the National/State level
competitions organized by Associations which have been recognized by the Indian
Olympic Association or Maharashtra Olympic Association. The certificate should
be certified by the district sports officer or the zonal sports Deputy Director.
The above criteria (a), (b) and (c) has been mentioned based on
GR No. HSC/1707/(222/07)/HSE- 1dt 26th June 2008.
3] Wards of transferred state/Central Government and Private sector employees: The
certificate showing transfer of the employee on or after 1st Oct of earlier year and joining
certificate. The ward seeking admission must not have pass examination of Std. X of SSC
or equivalent from MMR. [Ref.GR.NO.HSC/1097(1444/97)/UMASHI-1 Dt. 25/03/2010.]
4] Wards of Servicemen and Ex-service men :(i)For servicemen certificate issued by
district Sainik Board (ii)For Ex-Servicemen: Service certificate and copy of Identity card
5] Wards of freedom fighters : The students who are dependent on the freedom fighter
and so nominated by the freedom fighter must submit a certificate issued by the Dist.
Collector to that effect. [Ref.GR.NO.HSC/1097(1444/97)/UMASHI-1 Dt. 25/03/2010.]
6] Student who had met with a serious accident must submit certificate from appropriate
authority.
7] Handicapped : Certificate showing atleast 40 % disability, issued by the Civil Surgeon
or by the Medical Officer of any Government / Municipal hospital.
Students having learning Disability must produce a certificate from the competent authority.

Note : The sample of authentication of certificates of sports & culture is available in the booklet
after `He´JesMeemeeþer meeoj keÀjeJe³ee®eer keÀeieoHe$es' in the marathi version.

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Percentage of Constitutional (Social) and
Special Reservations in Minority and Non Minority Institutions
FOR GREATER MUMBAI, THANE & RAIGAD
Minority Non- minority
Sr. No Category
Percentage of reservation Percentage of reservation
Special Reservation Mum. Thane Raigad Mum. Thane Raigad

1 Minority quota 50% 50% 50% —— —— ——

2 Management quota 05% 05% 05% 05% 05% 05%

3 In house quota 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20%

4 Ward of transferred state/ 05% 05% 05% 05% 05% 05%


Central and private
employees/ Servicemen/
Ex-Servicemen/ Freedom
fighter/ Student met
with accident

5 Arts and Culture 02% 02% 02% 02% 02% 02%


Sports 03% 03% 03% 03% 03% 03%

6 Physically Handicapped, 03% 03% 03% 03% 03% 03%


learning disability dyslexia,
dysculculia, disgraphia

Constitutional (Social) Reservation

1 S. C. — — — 13% 08% 11%

2 S. T. — — — 07% 22% 09%

3 VJ – A — — — 03% 03% 03%

4 NT – B — — — 2.5% 2.5% 2.5%

5 NT – C — — — 3.5% 3.5% 3.5%

6 NT – D — — — 02% 02% 02%

7 SBC — — — 02% 02% 02%

8 OBC — — — 19% 09% 19%

Note: The above mentioned constitutional (social) reservation is applicable only to the students
who are domicile of the state of Maharashtra.

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Procedure to be followed after a student’s name appears in the merit list

Students whose names appear in the merit list of a specific Junior College, should fill up the admission
form of that college, attach required original certificates and their Xerox copies, pay Rs.50/- (Rupees Fifty
only) and take provisional admission to that college, within the stipulated days and time for that merit list.

Betterment for the students who have been admitted according to merit & preference and who wishes
to get admitted again to a Junior College which appears in a higher preferrential order in the option
form filled by student.

(1) Student has given his preferrential orders of Stream & Junior Colleges.
(2) According to merit he / she has been alloted a seat and has been admitted to that Junior colleges.
(3) The names of such students who have got admitted according to merit & preference will remain in the
Online Admission Process and these students will be eligible for an opportunity to be admitted to a
Junior College which appears at higher preferrential order in the option form, subject to availability of
seats in subsequent merit lists.
(4) In a subsequent merit list, if the name of the student appears in a Junior College which is at a higher
preference than the college he/she has been already admitted, then he/she will first have to cancel
the admission to the Junior College that he/she has been admitted and then secure admission to the
new Junior College alloted to him/her, within the stipulated time for that merit list only. Students must
note that this betterment option will be available to them only once.

Important Govt. Resolution regarding XIth Std. Admissions

(1) G.R. No. FED 1084/(2568) Sashi -2, Education and Employment Deptt., Mantralaya Extention,
Mumbai 32, Dt. 6th March 1986.
(2) G.R. No. GTS/1084/40926/(101/84) Tanshi-2D, Education and Employment Deptt., Mantralaya
Extention, Mumbai - 32, Dt. 22th April 1987.
(3) G.R. No. HSC 1097/(1444/97) Umashi-1, School Education Deptt., Mantralaya Extention, Mumbai 32,
Dt. 4th June 1997.
(4) G.R. No. HSC 1097/(1444/97) Umashi-1, School Education Deptt., Mantralaya Extention,
Mumbai - 32, Dt. 26th June 1997.
(5) Shasan Shuddhipatrak (Errata) No. HSC 1097/(1444/97)/Umashi-1, School Education Deptt.,
Mantralaya Extention, Mumbai - 32, Dt. 10th July 1997.
(6) G.R. No. BCC-1093/2167/CR-141/93/16B, General Administrative Deptt., Mantralaya Extention,
Mumbai - 32, Dt. 1st Sept. 1997.
(7) G.R. No. HSC 1099/(2493/99) Umashi-1, School Education Deptt., Mantralaya Extention,
Mumbai - 32, Dt. 23rd June 1999.
(8) G.R. No. SSN 2103/(50/03) Umashi-2, School Education Deptt., Mantralaya Extention, Mumbai 32,
Dt. 27th May 2003.
(9) G.R. No. HSC 1707/(222/07) Umashi-2, School Education and Sport Deptt., Mantralaya Extention,
Mumbai - 32, Dt. 26th June 2008.
(10) G.R. No. HSC/1709/(44/09) Umashi-1, School Education and Sport Deptt., Mantralaya Extention,
Mumbai - 32, Dt. 28th May 2009.
(11) G.R. No. Sankirn 2009/(108/09)/Mashi-3, School Education and Sports Deptt., Mantralaya Extention,
Mumbai - 32, Dt. 4th March 2010.
(12) G.R. No. HSC/1097/(1444/97) Umashi-1, School Education and Sport Deptt., Mantralaya Extention,
Mumbai - 32, Dt. 25th March 2010.
(13) G.R. No. HSC/1707/(222/07) Umashi-1, School Education and Sport Deptt., Mantralaya Extention,
Mumbai - 32, Dt. 25th March 2010.

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Information about Guidance Centres
MUMBAI MAHANAGAR AREA, Mumbai South
Sr.No. Ward / Tal. Helping Centres Name & Address Included Area Code Number
1 A&B Anjuman E Islam High School CST Kulaba Mumbai 400005
Mumbai Fort Mumbai 400001
Mantralaya Area 400032
nariman Point 400021
Churchgate 400020
Dongari 400009
Umarkhadi 400003

2 C & D K.P.B. Hinduja College of Com- ChiraBazar / 400002


merce, 315 New Charni Road, Thakurdwar
Mumbai Girgaon 400004
Mumbai Central 400008
Grant Road, 400007
Chaupati
Taddev 400034
Bhulabhai Desai Rd. 400026
August Kranti 400036
Maidan

3 F (South) M.D. College, Parel, Mumbai Mazgaon 400010


Kala chowki 400033
Lalbaug, 400012
Chinchpokali, Parel
Naygaon, Bhoiwada 400014
Bhyculla 400008

4 G (South) & Kirti College, Kashinath Dhuru Road, Lower parel 400013
G (North) Off Veer Sawarkar Road, Worli 400018
Dadar (West), Mumbai Worli Gaon 400025
Anee Bezant Road 400030
Prabhadevi, 400028
Dadar (West)
Mahim (West) 400016
Matunga (West) 400016
Satrasta 400011

5 F & N Ramniwas Ruia College of Arts & Wadala (West) 400031


Science, L.N. Road, Matunga, Wadala (East) 400037
Mumbai Matunga 400019
Dadar (East) 400014
Sion (East) 400022
Dharavi 400017

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Information about Guidance Centres
MUMBAI MAHANAGAR AREA, Mumbai North
Sr.No. Ward / Tal. Helping Centres Name & Address Included Area Code Number
6 L C.E. S. Mercilin Junior College of Sakinaka 400072
Arts & Science & Commerce, Kurla (East) 400024
Kamani Kurla (West), Mumbai Kurla (West) 400070
Chunabhatti 400022

7 M (East) Shri. Narayan Guru College of Shivajinagar 400043


Commerce, P.L. Lokhande Road, Gowandi, 400043
Chembur, Mumbai Benganwadi 400043
Chembur 400089
Mankhurd (East), 400088
Mankhurd (West) 400088

8 M (West) Swami Vivekanand Highschool, Tilaknagar, 400089


Sindhi Society, Chembur (East), P.L. Lokhande Road 400089
Mumbai Sahakarnagar, 400071
Ghatala 400071
Chembur Camp, 400074
Sindhi Colony, 400074
Vashi Naka 400074

9 N Zunzunwala College of Arts, Science Vikroli (West) Parksite 400079


& Commerce, Ghatkopar (West), Ghatkopar (East), 400075
Mumbai Pantnagar
Ghatkopar (West) 400084
Bhatwadi 400086
Vidyavihar (East) 400077
Vidyavihar (West) 400086

10 S Ramanand Arya D.A.V. Junior Bhandup (East), 400042


College, Bhandup (East) Mumbai Nahur (East), 400042
Kanjurmarg (East) 400042
Powai 400076
Bhandup (West) 400078
kanjurmarg (West) 400048
Vikroli (East) 400083
Vikroli (West) 400079

11 T Dnyansarita Highschool & Junior Bhandup (West), 400078


College, N.S. Road, Mulund (West) Gaondevi, 400078
Mumbai tembhipada, 400078
Stationa Road, 400078
Village Road, 400078
Ganeshnagar 400078
Mulund (East) 400081
Mulund (West) 400080
Mulund Colony, 400082
Amarnagar

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Information about Guidance Centres
MUMBAI MAHANAGAR AREA, Mumbai West
Sr.No. Ward / Tal. Helping Centres Name & Address Included Area Code Number
12 H Anjuman E Islam Girls Highschool & Bandra (West) 400050
Junior College, Bandra (West), bandra (East) 400051
Mumbai Khar (West) 400052
Santacruz (West) 400054
Santacruz (East) 400055
Kalina 400029
Sundarnagar 400097
Vidyanagari 400098
13 KP (East) M.L. Dahanukar Junior College, Vileparle (East) 400057
Dixit Road, Vileparle (East), Mumbai Andheri (East) 400069
Jogeshwari (East) 400060
Goregaon (East) 400063
14 KP (West) Vidyanidhi Highschool & Junior Vileparle (West) 400056
College, J.V.P.D. Scheme, Juhu, Andheri (West) 400058
Mumbai Jogeshwari (West) 400102
Varsova (West) 400061
Goregaon 400062
Motilal Nagar 400104
15 P P.D. Lions Dalmiya College, Malad (East), 400097
Sundarnagar, Malad (West), Mumbai Pushpapark, 400097
Kurar, Appapada, 400097
pathanwadi, 400097
Ranisati Road 400097
Malad (West), 400064
Sundarnagar 400064
Liberty Garden, 400064
Orlem 400064
Malavani, 400095
Manori 400095
Madh 400095
16 R (East) Sheth G.H. Highschool & Junior Kandivali (East), 400101
College, M.G. Road, Borivali (East), Hanuman Nagar, 400101
Mumbai Samata Nagar, 400101
Thakur College, 400101
Kanti Nagar, 400101
Damu Nagar, 400101
Sambhaji Nagar, 400101
Ashok Nagar, 400101
Bhim Nagar, 400101
Pathanwadi 400101
Borivali (East), 400066
M.G. Road, 400066
Daulat Nagar 400066
Dattapada, 400066
Shrikrushna Nagar, 400066
Tata Power 400066
Dahisar (East) 400068
Rawalpada 400068
Shailendra Nagar, 400068
Ketakipada, 400068
Anandnagar 400068
17 R (West) S.V.P.V Highschool, & Junior Kandivali (West) 400067
College, Shantilal Modi Road, Borivali (West), 400097
Kandivali (West), Mumbai Dahisar (West) 400102

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Information about Guidance Centres
ZONE : THANE MAHANAGAR PALIKA, TAL:- THANE
Sr.No. Ward / Tal. Helping Centres Name & Address Included Area Code Number
1 Thane (W) P.E.T. Society's New Girls High School Kopari 400603
Mahanagar & Jr. College, Ram Maruti Road, Mith Bandar Road 400603
Palika, Sector-1 Naupada, Thane (W) Ram Maruti Road 400602
Paanchpakhadi 400602
Shivaji Path 400602
Charai 400602
Ambedkar Road 400602
2 Thane (W) Bharat Ratna Indira Gandhi High Disoza Wadi 400604
Mahanagar School & Jr. College Savarkar Nagar Kisan Nagar 400604
Palika, Sector-2 Thane C.P. Talao Road 400604
Wagle Estate 400604
Veer Savarkar Nagar 400606
Ramchandra Nagar 400604
Waitiwadi 400604
Lokmanya Nagar 400606
Vartak Nagar 400606
Vasant Vihar 400601
Shivai Nagar 400601

3 Thane (W) Vasant Vihar High School & Gandhi Nagar 400608
Mahanagar Jr. College Vasant Vihar Baalkumbh 400608
Palika, Sector-3 Kaasarwadawali 400601
Majiwaada 400601
Manorama Nagar 400607
Maanpaad 400607
Kharkar Aali 400601
Raabodi 400601
Temhi Naka 400601
Jambhali Naka 400601
Chendani Bunder 400601
Kalwa 400605
Manisha Nagar 400605
Vitawa 400605
Kharigaon 400605

4 Thane (W) Abdullah Patel High School & Jr. Kismat Colony 400612
Mahanagar College Kausa-Mumbra Mumbra 400612
Palika, Sector-4 Kaousa 400612
(Mumbra-Kausa) Shilphata 400612
Diva 400612
Mumbra Station Road 400612
Amrut Nagar 400612

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Information about Guidance Centres
ZONE : NAVI MUMBAI MAHANAGAR PALIKA, TAL:- THANE
Sr.No. Ward / Tal. Helping Centres Name & Address Included Area Code Number
5 Navi Mumbai Rayat Shikshan Sanstheche Karma Ishwal Nagar 400708
Mahanagar Veer Bhaurao Patil & Jr. College, Ilthanpada 400708
Palika, Sector-1, Vaashi Sector-15, Pin Code - 400 703 Airoli 400708
Airoli Digha 400708
Airoli 400708
Rabaale 400708
Gothivali 400708
Kopar Khairane 400709
Ghansoli 400701
Mhape 400701
Dahisar Mori 400701
Vaashi 400703
Turbhe 400703
Saanpada 400705
6 Navi Mumbai People's Education Society High Nerul 400706
Mahanagar Palika School & Jr. College, CBD Belapur, Shiravane 400706
Sector-2, Sector-8, Pin Code - 400 614 Daarave 400706
Nerul C.B.D. Karaave 400706
Kokan Bhavan 400614
C.B.D. 400614

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Information about Guidance Centres
ZONE : ULHASNAGAR MAHANAGAR PALIKA SECTION, TAL. AMBERNATHA, DIST. THANE
Sr.No. Ward / Tal. Helping Centres Name & Address Included Area Code Number
7 Ulhasnagar (W) Chandibai Himmatmal Arts, Khemani 421003
Camp No. 3 Science & Commerce Jr. College, Vitthal Wadi 421003
Near Railway Station, Ulhasnagar, Dhobighat 421003
Pin Code - 421 003. Chapada Court 421003
Shanti Nagar 421003
Nehru Chowk 421002
Gajanan Market 421002
Furniture Market 421003
Forward Market 421003
Central Hospital Rd. 421003
Samrat Ashok 421003
Station Area 421003

8 Ulhasnagar (W) New English School & Jr. College, Netaji Chowk 421004
Camp No. 4 & 5 Netaji Chowk, Pin Code - 421004 Kurla Camp 421004
Subhash Tekadi 421004
Sambhaji Chowk 421004
O.T. Section 421014
Maratha Section 421028

Information about Guidance Centres


ZONE : AMBERNATHA & BADLAPUR MAHANAGAR PALIKA, TAL. AMBERNATHA, DIST. THANE
Sr.No. Ward / Tal. Helping Centres Name & Address Included Area Code Number
9 Ambernatha Mahatma Gandhi Vidyalaya & Ambernatah (East) 421501
(East & west) Jr. College Gandhi Chowk, Kansai 421501
Sector Nr. Nagar Palika Office Shivaji Nagar 421501
Pin Code -421501 Shiv Ganga Nagar 421501
Lik Nagari 421501
Wadavali 421501
Ambernatah(West) 421501
Sainath Nagar 421501
Maharashtra Hsg. 421501
Board
New Colony 421501
Hendre Pada 421501
Ordance factory 421501
Juna Bhendi Pada 421501
subhashwadi 421505
Hari Om 421505
Maharashtra 421505
Hsg.Soc.Col.

10 Badlapur (East & Mahatma Phule High School & Jr. Badlapur (East) 421503
west) sector College Manjarli Badlapur(W) Kulgaon 421503
Pin code - 421503 Badlapur 421503
Badlapur (West) 421503
Manjarli 421503
Ramesh Wadi 421503

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Information about Guidance Centres
ZONE : MIRA BHAIYANDER MAHANAGAR PALIKA SECTION, TAL. THANE
Sr.No. Ward / Tal. Helping Centres Name & Address Included Area Code Number
11 Mira Road Royal Arts, Science & Commerece Mira Road 401104
(East & West) Jr. College, Mira road Ashimira Gaon 401107
Pin Code - 401104 Mira Road Station (E) 401107

12 Bhaiyander Abhinav Vidyamandir & Bhaiyander (east) 401105


(East & West) Jr. College, God Dev Bhaiyander God Dev 401105
Pin Code 401105 Narayan Nagar 401105
Navghar 401105
Navhar Rd. 401105
Rahul Park 401105
Station Rd. 401105
Kharegaon 421201
Bhaiynder (West) 421201
Bhaynder Stn. Area 401105

Information about Guidance Centres


ZONE : VASAI / VIRAR MAHANAGAR PALIKA SECTOR, TAL. VASAI, DIST. THANE
Sr.No. Ward / Tal. Helping Centres Name & Address Included Area Code Number
13 Vasai Annasaheb Vartak Arts, Science & Vasai (East) 401208
(East & West) Commerece Jr. College, Evershine City 401208
Navghar Vasai Station Rd., Vasai Gaurai Pada 401205
Pin Code 401202 Gokhuvare 401208
Waaliv 401208
Vasai (West) 401202
Paapadi 401207
Paarnaka 421207
Naaigaon 421202
Nirmal 421202
Paali 421202
Juchandra 421202
Navghar 421202
Manipur 421202
Divaanmaan 421202

14 Virar Dyamandir & Jr. College, Virar Virar (West) 401303


(East & West) Pin Code Gaapcharpaad 401303
Manvel 401303
Chandan Saar 401303
Arnala 401303
Nandakhal 401303
Bolinj 401303
Chaandip 401303
Aagashi 401303
Virat Nagar 401303
Mayekar Wadi 401303

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Information about Guidance Centres
ZONE : VASAI / VIRAR MAHANAGAR PALIKA SECTOR TAL. VASAI, DIST. THANE
Sr.No. Ward / Tal. Helping Centres Name & Address Included Area Code Number
15 Nalasopara Kanchan Highschool & Jr. College Nalasopara ( East) 401209
(East & West) nalasopara pin Code - 401209 Achole Rd. 401209
Majethiya Park 401209
Sopara Gaon 401209
Nagindaas Pada 401209
Bilal Pada 401209
Shankar Nagar 401209
Dhaniv Baug 401209
Tulinj Rd. 401209
Santosh Bhavan 401209
Nalasopara (West) 401203
Soapara Gaon 401203

Information about Guidance Centres


ZONE : BHIWANDI MAHANGAR PALIKA SECTOR, TAL. BHIWANDI DIST. THANE
Sr.No. Ward / Tal. Helping Centres Name & Address Included Area Code Number
16 Bhiwandi Rais High School & Jr. College, Dhamankar Naaka 421305
Mahanagar Palika Juna Thana Road, Bhiwandi Kaamat Ghar 421305
Sector Pin Code- 421308 Anjur Phata 421305
Brahman Aali 421308
Paanjara Pol 421308
Wanjarpada Naaka 421308
Bhusaar Muhalla 421308
Roshan baug 421308
Khadi Paada 421308
Kalyan Road 421302
Shanti Nagar 421302
Gauri Nagar 421302
Naaigaon 421302

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Information about Guidance Centres
ZONE : KALYAN DOMBIVALI MAHANAGAR PALIKA SECTOR, TAL. KALYAN, DIST. THANE
Sr.No. Ward / Tal. Helping Centres Name & Address Included Area Code Number
17 Kalyan-Dombivali South Indian Association High School Kopar 421202
Mahanagar Palika & Jr. College Shastri Nagar, Kopar Shastri Nagar 421202
Sector (Dombivali Road, Dombivali (West), Tal. Kalyan, Juni Dombivali 421202
West) Dist. Thane Ganesh Nagar 421202
Pin Code - 421 202 Garibacha Wada 421202
Reti Bunder Road 421202
Navi Pada 421202
Devi Chowk 421202
18 Dombivali (East) Model Jr. College, Agarkar Road 421201
Plot No. 32, MIDC Residential Area, Pandurang Wadi 421201
Dombivali, Pin Code - 421 201 Manpada 421201
Paatharli 421201
Dattanagar 421201
M.I.D.C. 421201
Gograsswadi 421201
Sonarpada 421201
Thakurli (East) 421201
Pisawali 421201
19 Kalyan (East) Model Jr. College, Tisgaon 421306
Kolsewadi Chinch Pada Road, Ganesh Nagar 421306
Kalyan (East), Pin Code - 421 306 Kolsewadi 421306
Chincha Pada 421306
Chakki Naaka 421306
Katemaniwali 421306
Netiwali 421306
Khadegalawali 421306
20 Kalyan (West) Mohinder Singh Kabul Singh High Rambaug 421301
School & Jr. College, Agra Road, Shivaji Chowk 421301
Kalyan (West), Pin Code - 421 304 Ruhaana Chowk 421301
Subhedar Wada 421301
Durgadi Area 421301
Dudh Naaka 421301
Paar Naaka 421301
21 Kalyan (West) Birla Arts, Science & Commerce Gauri Pada 421304
College, Murbad Road, Kalyan Khadak Paada 421304
Pin Code - 421 304 Wayle Nagar 421304
Baarave Gaon 421304
Gholap Nagar 421304
Sindigate 421304
Prem Auto 421304
Umbarde 421304
Ghandhari 421304
Adhaarwadi 421304
Green Valley 421304
22 Kalyan (West) Patil Balmandir & Jr. College, Shahad 421102
Ambivali Station Road, Ambivali 421102
Pin Code - 421 102 Titwala 421102
Mohane 421102

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Information about Guidance Centres
ZONE : KALYAN DOMBIVALI MAHANAGAR PALIKA SECTOR, TAL. KALYAN, DIST. THANE
Sr.No. Ward / Tal. Helping Centres Name & Address Included Area Code Number
23 Panvel Kokan Education Society's Cidco Colony 431003
V. K. High School & Junior College, J.C.I. Kamothe 410219
Panvel, Dist. Raigad Kalamboli Node 410218
Pin Code - 410 206 Sector 3-C
Kharghar Node 410210
Kopek P. H. 410210
O.N.G.C. Complex 410221
Panvel H.O. 410206
Tara 410221

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Office of the Dy. Director of Education
Mumbai region, Mumbai
Online Admission Process for FYJC, Mumbai MMR Region (Academic year 2010-11)

Part-I: Registration Form


Note: Use this duly written form as a reference for filling in online application form on the website http://fyjc.org.in/mumbai
1. Applicant’s School Area

 MMR  OMMR  OMS


(Mumbai Metropolitan Region) (Outside Mumbai Metropolitan Region) (Outside Maharashtra State)
(Applicant Passing Std. 10th examination from (Applicant Passing Std. 10th examination from a school located in (Applicant Passing Std. 10th examination
a school located in Mumbai, Thane, Panvel) Maharashtra State but outside Mumbai, Thane, Panvel) from a school located outside Maharashtra
state/India.)
2. Applicant’s Status

 Fresher  Repeater  Previously Passed


Applicant appearing for (Std. 10th) Applicant appearing for (Std. 10th) for repeater Applicant has passed (Std. 10th) In any earlier examinations other than
for 1st attempt in March 2010 attempt in March 2010 March 2010 (e.g.: Oct 2009, March 2009, Oct 2008, March 2008 ...)
10th Standard Examination Board

 SSC  CBSE  ICSE  IB  IGCSE  NIOS  Any Other


Board (Pl specify)
(Secondary (Central Board of (Indian Council of (International (International General (National Institute of
School School Education) Secondary Baccalaureate) Certificate of Secondary Open Schooling)
Certificate) Education) Education)

3. Applicant’s Personal Information


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10 Standard Examination Details
Seat Number : Month (e.g. March/Oct): Year(e.g. 2010):
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Code of the last school attended for 10 Standard:
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Name of the last school attended for 10 Standard:
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Name of the applicant as appearing on 10 Standard
Mark Sheet
Applicant’s mother’s name
Gender:  Male  Female Date of Birth: D D M M Y Y Y Y
4. Applicant’s Category Details alongwith Reservation (If any):
Maharashtra State applicants other than Open category and claiming any special reservation should visit their respective schools for verification &
approval for their category.
 Open  SC  ST  VJ (A)  NT (B)  NT (C)  NT (D)  OBC  SBC
5. Applicant’s Address for Correspondence
Area (Please refer information booklet for area list):
Address (Bldg, House no, Street etc.):

PIN:
State: District: Tehsil/ Taluka: City/Town/Village:
6. Applicant’s Contact Details:
(If applicant does not have mobile number or email id, then please give parent’s/relative’s/friend’s Mobile number and Email id (if available)so as to receive timely
communications, alerts and updates)
Mobile Number 1: Mobile Number 2 (if available):
Land line phone
STD Code: Phone No: Email id (if available):
Number :
Contd. on page 2, please turn over…

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Part-I: Registration Form

7. Applicant’s Other Special Reservation Details: (For more details please refer Information Booklet)
Does applicant’s parent(s) belong to Military Servicemen / Ex-servicemen
category?  Yes  No
If YES, then one of the following documents is required:
1. For servicemen: copy of Identity card.
2. For Ex-Servicemen: Service certificate issued by District Sainik Board
Has applicant’s parent been transferred to MMR?  Yes  No
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If YES, then the certificate showing transfer of the employee after 1 October, 2009 and joining certificate is required.

Were applicant’s grandparents ‘Freedom Fighters’?  Yes  No


If YES, then the Documents as specified by Maharashtra GR HSC/1097 (1444/97)/Umashi-1 dated March 25, 2010 are required.

Does applicant belong to ‘Handicapped’ category?  Yes  No


If YES, then the certificate showing at least 40% disability issued by Civil Surgeon or Medical Officer of any Government/Municipal Hospital is required.

Does applicant belong to ‘Sports’ category?  Yes  No


If YES, then select your level of participation,

District Division State National


The certificate from Competent Authority (based on Maharashtra GR no. HSC/1707/(222/07)/Umashi-1 dated March 25, 2010 as per participation level is
required.
Has applicant participated in Cultural Activities?  Yes  No
If yes, a certificate from ‘Director of Art & Culture’ is required.
8. Applicant’s additional details for Bifocal stream
(The additional marks for the following will be considered ONLY for Bifocal stream admissions, as per the admission rules. Please tick only if applicant has
participated in any of the following categories up to 10th std. The additional marks will NOT be considered in streams other than Bifocal)
NCC/Scout/Guide
 State/National level  Intermediate Drawing Certificate  Sports: State level participation certificate
Certificate
Technical subject in 10th Std. (This is applicable only for SSC board applicant)
9. Declaration by applicant
I hereby declare that all the information furnished by me in this application form is true, complete and correct to the best of my
knowledge and belief. I understand that entire information furnished by me in this application form is final and binding on me. I
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further declare that, in the Online Admission Process for 11 std., if any information furnished by me is found false or incorrect, I
shall be liable for legal action as per rules.
Place: Date: Signature of Applicant: Signature of Applicant’s Parent/
Guardian:
10.Verification of online application by School Principal/Ward Officer
(Except for those applicants applying for Open category, all other applicants of MMR, claiming any reservation, must get their certificates verified from their
school Principal and obtained certification given below.
All other applicants (OMMR and OMS) need a similar approval from Ward Officer in MMR.
All such applications must be forwarded online by Ward Officer.
I have verified all the information, documents & certificates furnished & attached by applicant in this application form and they
are true, complete and correct. I have approved it Online.
Place: Date: Seal and Signature of Principal/Ward Officer:

Part-I Registration Form ends here

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Part-II: Options Form
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1. Details of Marks Obtained in 10 std. Examination
Total Marks Obtained: Out of Marks: Percentage: %
Marks obtained in Science: Out of Marks (Science): Percentage (Science): %
Total Marks Obtained in Top 5 Out of Marks for Top 5 Percentage of Top 5 Subjects: %
Subjects: Subjects:
2. Bifocal and College Preferences Selection
(This section is to be filled in ONLY if applicant wants to apply for Bifocal )
Do you want to apply for ‘Bifocal’?  No  Yes
If yes, then select from: 
Science Bifocal 
Commerce Bifocal
Enter college codes as per your preference for above selected bifocal (Minimum 3 preferences are compulsory and In case the applicant is
applying for Science & Commerce bifocal both, then he/she must include atleast one preference of each stream in his/her order of preferences of junior
colleges))
1 6 11 16 21
2 7 12 17 22
3 8 13 18 23
4 9 14 19 24
5 10 15 20 25
3. General Stream and College Preferences Selection
If applicant has opted for Science Bifocal then selection of Science General is mandatory.
If applicant has opted for Commerce Bifocal then selection of Commerce General is mandatory.
Applicant can select minimum 1 and maximum 2 streams from following General streams (excluding Bifocal)
 Science General  Commerce General  Arts General
Enter college codes, as mentioned in information booklet, in order of your preference only
(Minimum 3 preferences are compulsory and In case the applicant is applying for 2 streams, then he/she must include atleast one preference of each stream in
his/her order of preferences of junior colleges)
1 7 13 19 25
2 8 14 20 26
3 9 15 21 27
4 10 16 22 28
5 11 17 23 29
6 12 18 24 30
4. Area Preferences Selection
Note: If applicant could not be allotted a college from his/her preferred college options above, then he/she will be allotted a seat based on vacancies available in
the colleges from the following area preferred.
For area wise college allocation, pl. write names of above Stream Preference-1:
selected ‘General’ streams against preference 1 and 2 Stream Preference-2:
Area preferred 1 Area preferred 2 Area preferred 3
5. Declaration by applicant
I hereby declare that the all the preferences and options given by me in this option form are given after reading all the rules of admission. I
understand that my allotment of college depends entirely on my merit position with respect to preferences given by me in option form.0 I am
completely responsible for any mistakes in giving my preferences in online options form.
Place: Date: Signature of Applicant:

Note: Use this duly written form as a reference for filling in online application form on the website http://fyjc.org.in/mumbai
Part-II Option Form ends here