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Thursday, June 11, 2009

Login to junior college admission

See the process to apply online:

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Dear students and all,
Assalamoalekum and Almighty’s peace be upon you all.

The Maharashtra state govt. is ready to launch online admission process for the first time. They launched website for centralized admissions to junior colleges. Website will be up and running now but will be open for filling forms once results are out i.e. from Wednesday. Applicants can familiarize themselves with the website and the process by checking the details on site.
All the NGO'S are kindly requested to create awareness among students about it. They can arrange some programs and mock demos so that applicants can get acquainted with it and have easy hands while applying online for the admission. For details & Registration check it out at official website: http://test.fyjc.org.in/StaticPages/HomePage.aspx

3 comments:

Moiz said...

Excellent!!
very helpfull & usefull diagram
this digram should be displayed on school before 10 th result

ZIYA said...

yes, but hte problem is server so what to do?students are getting lots of problem.

University said...

Great posting keep updating me..,
Thanks for the great reading, college girls . I will pass this on to our Ira clients to read.

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