Class XI admission process to begin today

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 13 Jun 2018 10:31:29


 

Staff Reporter,

The Centralised Admission Process (CAP) for admission to Class XI will witness online form-filling by students. While the first part of the admission process was to be completed by schools last month, this second part, to be done by students, will begin on Wednesday since SSC results have been declared. The booklet for CAP 2018-19 is available on official website nagpur.11thadmission.net. Students need to purchase the information booklet from school/ guidance centre and read it carefully. The booklet carries log-in ID and password.

The filling of options of bifocal courses, Arts, Commerce, Science, MCVC, zero quota admissions, in-house, minority, management quota will continue till June 18. Except the bifocal admissions, the admissions to other branches and quota will be conducted between June 13 and 25. First merit list of bifocal courses will be displayed on June 21. June 21 and 22 will witness the admissions of first list of bifocal course. The vacant seats for second round of bifocal courses will be declared on June 23. The option forms for bifocal for second round will be done between June 23 and 25. On June 25 the admission process for all branches would be closed. The second merit list for bifocal courses will be declared on June 28. The online admissions of bifocal subjects of second list will be declared on June 28 and 29. General merit list will be declared on June 29.

Objections if any can be submitted at the office of Deputy Director (Education) between June 30 and July 3. The general merit list of students will be published on July 5, the admissions will be done between July 6 and 9. The details of vacant seats and cut-off of the first round will be published July 10. For the process of Part - 1 (details of boards like CBSE, State, ICSE) and Part -II (filling of option forms) will be conducted on July 18 and 19. Third regular list will be published on July 23. The admissions of third regular merit list will be done on July 24 and 25. The vacant seats and cut-off of third merit list will be declared on July 26. Part-1 and Part-2 process will be conducted on July 26 and 27. Fourth merit list will be declared on July 29. The admissions will be given of fourth merit list on July 30 and 31.Colleges will conduct the admission process for bifocal courses at institute level between August 1 and 4. They will admit students as per the merit and reservation and upload the same.

The admission panel has described the quota and its eligibility criterions. They include in-house quota, minority quota, management quota, technical quota. Accordingly in-house quota means students who studied in that institution till Class X are eligible to get admission for Class XI in the same institution. The quota is of 20 per cent.The institutions having linguistic or religious minority can fill up the 50 per cent seats by minority students. These admissions will be done on merit basis. The management quota is of 5 per cent. Any student is eligible to get admission under this quota. Under technical quota 25 per cent seats are allotted. The students opted to take admission in bifocal courses are eligible. Students if opted for any quota, his or her name will be prohibited from CAP. These admission will be updated on website at institution-level. The parents and students should check website http://nagpur.11thadmission.net.

Colleges are expected to prepare merit list which will be code-wise displayed on website. First merit list will be as per the quota. Colleges should admit students by charging full fees. Once student locks the admission with a particular college he or she will be prohibited from the CAP. In second round the vacant seats will be considered. If colleges feel that the seats cannot be filled they should surrender those seats to CAP as per time table. Most of the parents expressed anger over the new rule of admission process of bifocal courses of Class XI. As per new rule the students willing to take admission to bifocal courses will have to take admission to General Science in a college allotted to them and that particular college would give them admission to bifocal course if it is available there. If they don’t get the admission to bifocal course, then they don’t have a choice than to take admission to General Science in the same college.