MUMBAI: College principals are expecting the cut-offs for the offline admissions to first year junior college (FYJC) to drop only by a few notches as the number of applications have been much higher than the vacant seats available. The offline ... Times of India, 3 days ago
Marginal change in offline FYJC cut-offs - Times of India, 2 days ago
Over 1 lakh take admission in FYJC first merit list, few seats left for 2nd round - Times of India, 2 weeks ago
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Mumbai: Apart from the traditionally popular BCom stream, which has seen the most applicants in colleges affiliated to Mumbai University this year, BMS, BSc and BSc-IT are the most preferred courses for class XII pass-outs. Over 96,000 students ...Times of India, 1 week ago Final degree college lists announced, BCom remains most popular course Times of India, 1 month ago
12:17 am As part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations, K C College organised its 60th Foundation Day last week. The College paid a special tribute to parents who have studied at KC and who have walked back into the fold of their alma mater, to ...The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago
MUMBAI: Principals of minority colleges in the city are baffled by a new resolution issued by the state minority welfare department on June 18, laying fresh guidelines on filling vacant seats in the minority quota. The guidelines in the government ...Times of India, 1 month ago
— By , June 11, 2014 12:22 am Infrastructure and the teachers workload would become major concerns if they decide to increase the seats Mumbai : Elite colleges across the city are saying no to increasing the number of seats in their institutions ...The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago
MUMBAI: Students appearing for Class XII from the Maharashtra State Board are usually disappointed as their counterparts from the central boards, like CBSE or ISC, bag very high scores. But the 2014 HSC results reported an increase in the number of ...Times of India, 1 month ago HSC's commerce result improves, but BCom seats in Mumbai still the same Times of India, 1 month ago
MUMBAI: For the first time in almost a decade, over 80% of the students who wrote the Maharashtra board's HSC exam have passed. The state's pass rate for both freshers and repeaters is 84%, up 11.5% from last year. In the Mumbai division, which ...Times of India, 1 month ago HSC pass rate jumps across Maharashtra, hits 81% in Mumbai Times of India, 1 month ago
Girls definitely have been outperforming boys in central board exams. That's what the results declared so far have shown. And the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) results that would soon come out, in all likelihood, will confirm this phenomenon. ...DNA India, 1 month ago
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