15,000 students admitted to Standard XI on day one
Also, out of the 4,896 seats in the minority quota, 2,216 were filled, so 2,712 seats in the quota are still vacant
Pune: With the beginning of first round of quota admissions on July 6, more than 15,000 students have been admitted to Std XI through online Centralised Admission Process (CAP) under quota admissions.
On the first day of the admission process (July 6), 911 students took admissions under management quota, out of the 4,570 seats surrendered by the colleges, thus leaving 3,689 seats vacant for the next rounds.
Also, out of the 4,896 seats in the minority quota, 2,216 were filled, so 2,712 seats in the quota are still vacant.
The first merit list for the regular admission rounds would be announced on July 10. “Even during the four regular rounds of admissions, those who wish to switch from regular to quota admissions would be able to do so between the rounds, according to the number of seats available at the respective institutes,” said Meenakshi Raut, Assistant Director of Education, Pune Region.
Also, 108 students took admissions for Tech Bifocal/MCVC courses, thus leaving 7,774 seats out of 7,881 vacant for the next rounds.