Pune: Over 40,000 students get admission after first regular merit list released

Salil Urunkar
Monday, 31 August 2020

Over 40,013 students from Pune, Pimpri-Chinchwad were admitted in the first round for courses in Arts, Commerce, Science and HSVC

Pune: The first regular merit list in the online admission process for junior colleges and higher secondary schools in Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation area was released on Sunday (August 30). In this list, 40013 students were admitted in the first round for courses in Arts, Commerce, Science and HSVC, while about 19,575 students got allotment of colleges of their first choice.

This year 73,685 students have applied for the class 11 admission process. Out of which 68072 applications are found to be eligible. In the first round, 28059 students could not get admission. In the first round, about 6702 students got their second choice college. Students who have got admission in the first merit list of Central Admission of Class 11 will be able to get admission from 10 am on Monday (August 31) to 5.30 pm on Thursday (September 3).

Meena Shendkar, Secretary of Class 11 Central Admission Regulation Committee said, “Students, parents as well as junior colleges should use the ‘Proceed for Admission’ facility carefully. More information is available at www.dydepune.com and https://pune11thadmission.org.in


  • Students who are selected in the first round need to log in their account and click proceed for admission.
  • Students who do not want to get admission in the college allotted in the first round, should not take admission.
  • After allotment of colleges, students are given the facility to upload the remaining documents on the website. Accordingly, students should upload their school leaving certificate as well as other documents which were not submitted before. This upload will be optional.
  • Students who have not been allotted a seat means that the preference given by the students is not correct or the cut-off does not match with the marks of those students.
  • It is compulsory for students to take admission if they are allotted a college of their first choice.
  • If students do not take admission even after getting the college of first choice, then such students will not be given a chance in the next regular rounds. They will have to wait until the special round.
  • If students want to cancel their admission, they should make such request to the concerned higher secondary school and cancel their admission.
  • The names of the students whose admission has been cancelled will be restricted from the next regular rounds. Such students will have to wait until the special round.

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