Are you looking to take Vocational Courses in FYJC (11th) and the list of colleges which provides Vocational Courses in Mumbai?
Well, you are on the right page! We at Teach Us gather data from authentic sources to provide you with the list of best Colleges for Vocational Courses in Mumbai with their cut-offs and all other necessary information.
Here is the list of all the Vocational Courses with the colleges of Mumbai with their individual cut-offs including all the major categories to take admission in FYJC
Note: The cut-offs provided are converted from marks to percentage for your better understanding and also the cut-offs displayed are of previous year
We wish you all the very best for getting the admission is the best possible Junior college and you excel in your career! Feel free to post your query in the comment section below, we'll try to address each one of it.
|01|| M.G.M. High School & Jr. College, Nerul (English Medium)
|02|| Swami Vivekanand Jr. College (Mcvc) (English Medium)
|03|| Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil Jr. College, Vashi (English Medium)
|04|| Anil Asrani Vocational College (Mcvc), (English Medium)
|05|| Hindi High School & Jr. College, Joshi Baug, Kalyan (English Medium)
|06|| Matoshri Saralabai Mhatre Vidyalaya (Mcvc), Patharli, Dombivali (E) (English Medium)
|07|| B K Birla College Of Arts, Science & Commerce, Kalyan (W). (English Medium)
|08|| Bhausaheb Hiray Vidyalaya And Jr. College, Tardeo, Mumbai. (English Medium)
|09|| Patuck Technical High School & Junior College, Santacruz (East). (English Medium)
|10|| M.D. College Of Arts, Science .Commerce And Hsvc, Parel, Mumbai. (English Medium)
|11|| M.H. Marathi Highschool Shivaji Path, Thane (W) (English Medium)
|12|| Yojana Vidyalaya Jr. College, Near Tata Power House, Borivali (E) (English Medium)
|13|| K.M.S. Junior College (English Medium)
|14|| Mahatma Phule Tech. High School & Jr. College, Bhoiwada, Parel, Mumbai. (English Medium)
|15|| Mahatma Phule A.S.C. College Panvel (English Medium)
What is Aided College?
It’s a junior college receiving grant under the grant-in-aid code from the Government. Usually fees of which are least.
What is Un-aided College?
It’s a junior college not receiving grant under the grant-in-aid code from the Government. Usually fees of which are comparatively high.
What is self-finance college?
Where all expenses of the Higher Secondary School/Junior College, for any purpose whatsoever, are to be met with by the management itself. Fees of which are higher then Un-aided college.
What about Minority quota cut-off?
Admissions through minority quota are done by respective colleges and therefore there is no centralized admission process due to which we are unable to get those data.
What is HSVC/MCVC?
Unlike traditional courses like Commerce, Arts and Science; Minimum Competency and Vocational Course (MCVC) is two-year job oriented course focusing on making students job ready.
From where did you get the data?
This data is collected from SESD portals, analysed and presented by our team. We've converted marks into percentage by dividing all the cut-off marks by 500.
Cut-off marks represents which list?
Displayed cut-offs are the least of all 4 CAP rounds. For example, A college has 90% in 1st Merit list, 88% in 2nd Merit list and 88.5% in the 3rd one, we took 88% as a closing cut-off.
What are the official websites to apply for FYJC admissions online?
There are total six regions where FYJC admissions are done online through School Education and Sports Department (SESD) namely Mumbai metropolitan region (MMR), Pune, Nagpur, Nashik, Aurangabad and Amravati.
Here are the web-links for FYJC online admission -
MMR (Mumbai) - https://mumbai.11thadmission.net/
Pune - https://pune.11thadmission.net/
Nagpur - https://nagpur.11thadmission.net/
Nashik - https://nashik.11thadmission.net/
Aurangabad - https://aurangabad.11thadmission.net/
Amravati - https://amravati.11thadmission.net/
When are the SSC results generally gets announced?
Generally it gets announced in the 1st week of June. In 2019, SSC results were announced on June 7.
What is the website to check SSC results online?
SSC results can be checked online with the below links -
When will the FYJC admission procedure start?
FYJC admission procedure will start immediately after the SSC results are declared.
What is Part 1 form of FYJC admission and when do we need to fill that?
Part 1 form needs to be filled immediately after the SSC results are being announced. It consists of basic information of any candidate like - Applicant’s name, mother’s name, date of birth, caste category, constitutional or special reservation etc.
All students from Std 11th Centralize online admission (CAP) area of Maharashtra State Board, must get approved their admission form part-1 from their respective school for the information.
Students should note that only after this approval, students are eligible to fill FYJC Part-2
What is Part 2 form of FYJC admission and when do we need to fill that?
Part 2 form needs to be filled generally 4-5 days after SSC results are announced. It is the next step of Part 1 form where a candidate needs to select list of colleges of their preference.
How many merit lists will be there for admission in FYJC?
Usually there are four Merit Lists. All the Merit Lists will be declared based on the merit, category and the order of preferences of the applicant.
Can we change our college preference in between two CAP rounds?
After the First Round, for every next round Applicant will be allowed to change their junior college preferences order or stream according to availability of seats, within the stipulated time given for each round. If any student does not change preferences, then preferences given for earlier round will be considered.
When will the college start?
Generally, it gets started at the end of 4th Round which is around last week of July or 1st week of August.
How many students are appearing for SSC exam 2019?
Around 17 Lakh students are appearing for SSC exam 2019 out of which 3.83 Lakhs are from Mumbai alone.