Here are the cut-off marks at HR, KC, Jai Hind, Ruia RA Podar, DG Ruparel, Sathaye, ML Dahanukar, Bhavans, Mithibai, NM, VG Vaze, Mulund College of Commerce, CHM, Father Agnel, St. Xavier’s, Birla, BN Bandodkar, KJ Somaiya and KES Colleges.
The pending second round of admission will begin from Wednesday (November 26) and will continue till December 9.the pending second round of admission will begin from Wednesday (November 26) and will continue till December 9. The schedule for the third round is yet to be announced.
After waiting for two months, the Maharashtra government has finally given a go-ahead for resuming admissions to all educational programmes without Maratha quota.
Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has released the timetable for the supplementary SSC and HSC exams for the students who failed the regular tests.
The state has also allowed skill and entrepreneurial training at Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) and other centres as well as re-opening of all libraries.
The students need to be accompanied by their parents and carry their hall tickets to be allowed to travel on suburban trains. This comes as a major relief to the students in the city and suburbs as reaching exam centres had become a major problem due to travel restrictions in the wake of COVID-19 outbreak.
The organisation said that it had submitted a detailed set of recommendations to the ministry of human resources development (MHRD) concerning a wide-ranging set of issues, including saffronisation, centralisation and commercialisation of education through NEP.
SIO has proposed that the fees of all the schools in the state must be reduced by 50% for the months when no physical classes are to be held.
The government also capped the duration of online sessions for higher classes – one hour for classes 3 to 5, two hours for classes 6 to 8 and three hours for classes 9 to 12.
The post drew condemnation from leaders of Indian Youth Congress (IYC) and Yuva Sena, youth wings of ruling Congress and Shiv Sena respectively, who accused BJP of doublespeak on the issue of fee payment during the lockdown.