| Mumbai |
November 1, 2020 4:08:43 am
Even as admissions to First Year Junior Colleges (FYJC) stay suspended within the wake of the Supreme Court keep on SEBC (Socially and Educationally Backward Class) quota and the continuing proceedings within the case, the state School Education division on Saturday introduced beginning of on-line classes for students throughout arts, science and commerce streams.
“Until junior colleges begin, the school education department will host online lectures for arts, science and commerce students of first-year junior colleges in English and Marathi mediums,” mentioned Dinkar Patil, director, Maharashtra State Council for Educational Research and Training.
Interested students can register themselves on covid19.scertmaha.ac.in/eleventh. Once registered, timetable for on-line classes and different particulars can be shared by way of SMS and e-mail.
In an uncommon state of affairs, whereas students might start their FYJC lectures Monday onwards, they nonetheless await admission to junior schools. None are conscious of which faculty will admit them. College and college principals have been suggested to elevate consciousness concerning the division’s initiative.
The lectures can be held freed from value by way of YouTube dwell, the portal said. Usually, the tutorial 12 months for First Year Junior College begins in August. However, three months since SSC outcomes have been declared, there isn’t any readability about completion of school admissions, leaving barely three months or much less for schools to full your entire 12 months’s syllabus. 2.32 lakh students have registered for FYJC admissions within the Mumbai Metropolitan Region.
On Saturday, The Indian Express had reported how the uncertainty concerning commencing the tutorial 12 months for FYJC may trigger state board students to lose out on essential educational time, and make them lag behind their friends finding out in ICSE and CBSE board junior schools. Most ICSE and CBSE schools within the state are half-way in the direction of finishing the 12 months’s syllabus.
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