Std XI CAP procedure starts tomorrow

ST Correspondent
Tuesday, 12 June 2018

This year the CAP Committee has decided to hold one special zero round for the admissions to the bifocal stream. The process of filling in the subject options and priority list for the stream will be held from June 13 till June 18. 

Pune: The actual procedure of the online Centralised Admission Process (CAP) is all set to begin from June 13 in Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad. The first merit list for the regular students will be declared on July 5, this year.

This year the CAP Committee has decided to hold one special zero round for the admissions to the bifocal stream. The process of filling in the subject options and priority list for the stream will be held from June 13 till June 18. 

There will also be a zero round for the admissions through in-house quota, for which the applications will be accepted in the given time frame. 

Meanwhile, students opting for Arts, Science, Commerce and MCVC streams can continue to fill Part 1 and 2 of the forms till June 25.

The first merit list of bifocal subjects will be declared at 11 am on June 21 and the admissions for the same are to be conducted on June 21 and 22.

The vacant seats after the first round of admissions will be declared on June 23, after which the students will be allowed to change the preference list for Round 2. 

The second merit list for Bifocal will be declared at 11 am on June 28, followed by admissions on June 28 and 29, from 11 am to 5 pm.

The general list, containing the information of the students will be released on June 29, and the first regular merit list for admissions to Std XI, is scheduled to be declared on July 5.

While the admissions for the first list is to be carried out by the students between July 6 and 9, the second, third and fourth regular merit lists will be declared on July 13, 23 and 29.

While the admission rounds will continue, the junior colleges will be able to start classes after they have admitted at least 70 per cent of their capacity. The responsibility of holding extra lectures for those who are admitted late will lie with the concerned junior college.

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