Pune : Leader News Service : The selection list of the first round of the online admission process for the eleventh class in Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad area was announced on Wednesday. In the first round, 42 thousand 239 students have been admitted, and 23 thousand 351 students have been declared their first choice college. The students whose admissions have been declared can go to the colleges till June 24 to confirm their admissions. This year, the 11th admission process started from June 8 after the state board declared the 10th result. Accordingly, the deadline for filling the first part of the application was June 12, while the deadline for filling the second part was June 15.
However, many students could not complete the first part of the 11th entrance within the given time frame. Therefore, the deadline was extended till June 14 for filling the first part and till June 17 for filling the second part. Then the students were waiting for the first selection list. 2 thousand 476 students of arts stream, 8 thousand 500 of commerce stream, 11 thousand 953 students of science stream, 422 students of professional courses are among the students who got their first choice college in the first round selection list. Eligibility marks of the colleges were also announced along with the selection list of admitted students.
Accordingly, a square has been created for admission in colleges. The qualifying marks are 373 to 466 for Commerce, 289 to 468 for Arts, 424 to 473 for Science. Among them, 473 marks are required for admission in Science stream in Figurson College, 468 marks in Arts stream in Symbiosis College, 466 marks in Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce. So far, 2 thousand 96 students have taken admission under quota, 899 students from minority and 54 students have taken admission under management quota.
This year the 10th result was slightly lower. The number of students who scored more than 90 percent marks also decreased. It is reflected in the selection list of the first round of the 11th admission process. It is seen that the qualifying marks for the first round have decreased by one to one and a half percent compared to last year.
– Dr. Rajendra Jhunjarrao, Principal, Modern College
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