First merit list under CAP to be out on July 10
Pune: As the last forms in the first round of the Std XI online Centralised Admission Process (CAP) were filled by 5 pm on Thursday, the Deputy Director of Education (DYDE) office announced that the first merit list will be declared on July 10 at 5 pm. The classes for Std XI will begin on August 9.
The students will be able to check the merit lists at the junior colleges. They will also be able to check the college allotted on the website with the help of their application number.
“The students who have been allotted colleges in the first round will be able to take admissions between July 11 and 13, after which the procedure for the second round will begin. This year, we have made provisions for students to consider the cut-offs for the first list and accordingly, make changes in their preference list for the second round so that there is no confusion and they get the right college according to their marks,” said Meenakshi Raut, Assistant Director of Education, Pune Region.
There will be four regular rounds for the admissions, the dates for the merits lists being July 10, July 20, July 29 and August 6 respectively. “Once the results of the supplementary examination for SSC 2017 are out, there will be a separate round for the admission of the passed students,” Raut added.
Those who haven’t filled the application for CAP will be able to do so during the time between the rounds.
The first round of the quota admissions (management quota, minorities quota, etc.) will begin on Saturday, July 1. The students will also be able to apply for the management quota seats, in the time between the regular rounds in case they feel they won’t be able to get the college of their choice through merit list.
What’s new this year?
- Between the regular rounds of admissions, the students will be able to revise their preference list of colleges according to the cut-off in the previous list.
- The relevant details of the students will be published on the website on July 4.
- The students can verify their information (name, marks, etc.) for accuracy, and if there is a mistake, they would have to give a written application at the guidance centre to make the corrections.
- Those who haven’t filled the forms for CAP will be able to apply between the rounds. The quota admissions would be carried out between the regular rounds.