JUNIOR COLLEGE

JUNIOR COLLEGE (6)

ACHIEVERS

Top 5 class rankers of the College 2011 - 12



 

F.Y.J.C. COMMERCE

 


Sr. No.

Roll No.

Name of the Student

Total (AVERAGE)

1 91

BHARMAL SAKINA MOHD.

476
2 71

KANCHWALA FATIMA ISMAIL

472
3 1067

PARKAR ERAM JAVID

468
4 1152

SAYED MUSRAT BANU ASAD A.

467
5 901

SAYED SAKINA BANU NAZRUL H.

459

 



F.Y.J.C. ARTS

 


Sr. No.

Roll No.

Name of the Student

Total (AVERAGE)

1 80

BAIG AMINA NAJEEB

437
2 55

ANSARI ZARIN MOHD. HASHIM

428
3 01

PATEL RUBINA NOOR MOHD.

425
4 74

AYMAN MOHAMMED JUNED

423
5 77

SHAIKH SHAEESTA MOHD. F.

391


EXAMINATIONS DATE

 

CONDUCT OF EXAMINATIONS IN JUNIOR COLLEGE (Date/periods are tentative)   

 

CLASS TEST / EXAMS MONTH PERIOD
F.Y.J.C.

Ist Unit Test

August Last Week

F.Y.J.C.

Ist Terminal

October Third Week

F.Y.J.C.

IInd Unit Test

December First Week

F.Y.J.C.

Final Exam

March/April

March Last Week /April 1st Week

S.Y.J.C.

Ist Terminal

October

Second Week

S.Y.J.C.

Preliminary Exam

December

December Third Week

 


•    F.Y.J.C.  Final Exam dates are schedule after the H.S.C. Board exams, Feb.2013.

•    F.Y.J.C. Oral/Practical examinations are held for each exam/Unit Test

•    HSC Board Exams application forms are generally filled and submitted with fees, in the college, in the month of September.  The Board exams are usually conducted in the last week of February.  H.S.C.

Board exam results are generally declared at the end of May.  The exact dates will be notified as per the Board’s notification.

 

PASSING CRITERIA      

In order to pass the F.Y.J.C. Class the student must score 35% marks in the aggregate both in the Unit Test and the Final Examination.

For the S.Y.J.C. Class, minimum 35 marks are required in each subject to pass the Board Exams for a paper carrying max. marks 100.

 

MEDICAL CASES

Students of F.Y.J.C. who are unable to appear for the First Terminal Examination and/or the Final Examination on medical grounds should apply to the Principal within 7 days of the completion of the Terminal /  Final Examination.  They may be given an another opportunity to appear for the same.

This provision is not available for the Unit Tests.  A student who fails to appear for the Unit Test has to obtain 35% in the aggregate, in order to pass.

SUBJECTS CHOICE


JUNIOR COLLEGE SUBJECTS:        COMPULSORY SUBJECTS (5)

  1. ENGLISH
  2. BOOK-KEEPING
  3. ECONOMICS
  4. ORGANIZATION OF COMMERCE
  5. ENVIRONMENT STUDIES


NOTE: OPTIONAL SUBJECTS WILL BE ALLOTTED TO A STUDENT AT THE DISCRETION OF THE PRINCIPAL  
OPTIONAL SUBJECTS – 1  (SELECT ANY ONE FROM FIVE)

I.    ARABIC

II.    HINDI

III.    MARATHI

IV.    URDU

V.    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


OPTIONAL SUBJECTS – 2  (SELECT ANY ONE FROM TWO)

I.    SECRETERIAL PRACTICE

II.    MATHS & STATS



S.Y.J.C. COMMERCE:   SAME SUBJECTS ARE TO BE OFFERED AT BOTH. FYJC & SYJC CLASSES, 5 COMPULSORY SUBJECTS, 2 OTHER OPTIONAL SUBJECTS TOTAL 7 SUBJECTS


F.Y.J.C ARTS:                    COMPULSORY SUBJECTS (6)

I.    ENGLISH

II.    HISTORY

III.    PSYCHOLOGY

IV.    ECONOMICS

V.    GEOGRAPHY

VI.    ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES


OPTIONAL SUBJECT- 1         (SELECT ANY ONE FROM FOUR)

I.    ARABIC

II.    HINDI

III.    MARATHI

IV.    URDU

 

SYJC ARTS: SAME SUBJECTS ARE TO BE OFFERED AT BOTH. FYJC & SYJC CLASSES.

DOCUMENT ISSUED

LEAVING CERTIFICATE (L.C.)

•    When a student is admitted to the Junior College (XI or XII) he/she is required to submit his/her original school/college leaving certificate (L.C.).  This L.C. will be retained by the college permanently, the students will be given a college L.C., if his/her admission is cancelled.

•    A student who has not completed his full studies in Junior college and yet takes an L.C. will not be permitted to take re-admission or appear for an examination (FYJC or SYJC as the case may be) even as an ex-student.  

•    L.C.’s are issued on the basis of Junior college record only.  No change is permitted in the records of name, place of birth & date of birth etc. The records from the school L.C. will be replicated in the college L.C.  as an when issued.

•    Junior college students falling under ‘Eligibility Cases’ who want to discontinue their studies before obtaining an eligibility certificate will get the college L.C. and/or their original documents with a remark to that effect in their college LC or after obtaining the permission for the same from the Divl. Secretary, H.S.C. board Mumbai Div. Office at sector 16A, Plot No. 27/28, Vashi, Navi Mumbai 400703.
Junior College:

•    N.O.C. is not issued to the students of Junior college.  A student may apply for the college L.C. on application he/she will be given an acknowledgement slip, which specifies the date on which the L.C. will be issued. The student may use this acknowledgement slip for admission to other institute.

 

MIGRATION CERTIFICATE (M.C.)         

•    A student who wishes to leave the college before passing the H.S.C.E., and join another school/college/institute falling outside the jurisdiction of the Mumbai Divl. Board of the Mah. State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, will require  an  endorsement for migration( though college recommendation), on the back of the college L.C. by the office of the Dy. Director of Education, located at Jawahar Bal Bhavan, N. Subhash Rd; near govt. printing press, Charni Road, Mumbai-400004.

•    N.O.C. is not issued to the students of Junior college.  A student may apply for the college L.C.in the prescribed form with required enclosure/s. On receipt of this application,  the office will issue an acknowledgement slip, which specifies the date on which the L.C. will be issued. The student may use this slip for admission to other institution, pending issue of the college L.C.

•    In case the Junior College student has passed his/her HSC exam. and wishes to pursue further education outside the jurisdiction of the Mumbai/SNDT University. He/She will need a Migration certificate issued by the Divisional Secretary, Mumbai Divisional Board of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, (Sector 16 A, Vashi N. Mumbai – 400 703) besides the college L.C

 

TRANSCRIPTS

•    A Junior College student who desires to go abroad for further studies on temporary / permanent migration, may require this document besides their qualification certificates.  Prescribed Forms, supporting documents and fees are to be submitted to the college office, on receipt and scrutiny of which, the college will issue a copy of the ‘Transcript’ (sealed/open) to the student.  Copies of course/s syllabi if required, may be obtained from the H.S.C. Board’s office at Vashi, Navi Mumbai.

FEES STRUCTURES


Junior College fees structure 2012-13


Fee Head  Class

F.Y.J.C.Com./ Arts

S.Y.J.C.Com./ Arts

Info. Technology (Opt.)

1200 1200

Computer Fees

800 -

Lab Deposit (Refundable)

- -

Total Rs.

2000 1200

Addl. Fees for Eligibility Cases

800 800


Notes :

1) All fees are subject to change at any time under directions from appropriate authorities

(2) Fees for foreign students are as per HSC Board/Mumbai University circulars

(3) All Arts Students & Students who are allowed Information Technology (IT) in Com. as an optional subject in Std. XI/XII commerce  are exempted from  payment of computer fees.  In effect, total fees for XI commerce.  IT students will be Rs. 1550/- & for other Rs. 1150/-

(4) Junior College Girl students who apply and are eligible for Govt Girls freeship, are exempted from payment of tuition, term & admission fees.


REFUND OF FEES (Junior College)

The rules of refund of fees are governed by the norms prescribed by the relevant education authorities.  The fees will be refunded accordingly in the event of the cancellation of admission as per time schedule fixed by the college.  The Caution Money and or Library/Comp. Lab. Deposit refunds are generally given during the Diwali Vacation period.  Caution Money & Library Deposits are Non-Refundable after a period of 3 years of discontinuation of active studentship.


ADMISSION CRITERIA


ADMISSION TO JUNIOR COLLEGE: FYJC & SYJC 

 

 

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:

  1. A student seeking admission to F.Y.JC. (XI) IN Commerce/Arts should have passed S.S.C.E./ I.C.S.C.E./ C.B.S.E./ N.I.O.S or any other equivalent examination from an Education  Board / Authority recognized by the H.S.C Board, Maharashtra State.
  2. To obtain admission to S.Y.J.C. (XII) in Commerce/Arts, a student should have passed the F.Y.J.C. Examination, or its equivalent from a school/college/institution which is recognized by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education                                        
  3. Students failing in the ‘Eligibility Cases’ category will have to comply with requirement as stated in admission form, strictly within the time limit specified pending such compliances admission granted will be treated as ‘Provisional’.            
  4. Failing necessary compliances the ‘Provisional’ admission will not be confirmed and hence held ‘Invalid’.                                        
  5. The original documents will be sent to the respective board for verification. Pending their confirmation by the concerned authority, the admission will be treated as ‘Provisional’.



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