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JUNIOR COLLEGE ADMISSION  

Vidyavardhini’s Arts, Science and Commerce College at Vasai Road, Dist Thane, Established its Junior College Unit in 1976.

The Junior College is recognized by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Mumbai.

The Junior College has the following full fledged division, Four in Science, three in Commerce and three in Arts at F.Y.J.C. and S.Y.J.C. level respectively. The medium of instruction is English for Science and Commerce faculties and English and Marathi Media for Arts Faculty.

 

RULES REGARDING ADMISSION :

 

1.         A Student who has passed the S.S.C. examination under the 10+2+3 pattern conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Mumbai (hereinafter called ‘The Board’) or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the Board is eligible for admission to the F.Y.J.C. class in Arts, Science, or Commerce.

Admission for XI Classes will be given strictly on merit basis and as per the rules and regulation of Government of Maharashtra. Form accepted for preparation of merit list does not mean that their admission is confirmed. Seats are reserved for backward Class Candidates as per rules. Separate arrangement for accepting XI Classes admission forms will be made. Open category candidates should submit their forms on Open cagegory counter and B.C. Students i.e. SC/ ST/DT/NT/OBC/SBC etc. should submit their form on Backward Class counters. Application of B.C. Candidates submitted  on open candidates counters will not be considered. The Merit List will be displayed on the Notice Board. Those names appeared in the Merit List should take admission on the prescribed date and time, failing which they will lose their claim.

 

(Third and Fourth division of Science are unaided)

 

2.         A student who has passed examination other than that conducted by the Board is required to produce an eligibility certificate issued by the Divisional Secretary, Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Mumbai Divisional Board, Mumbai. Those students will be granted admission on Provisional basis subject to availability of Seats XI and XII (H.S.C.) A students who fails to produce confirmation of eligibility before the end of the year will not be allowed to attend the XI and XII (H.S.C.) examination.

     

3.         For admission to the F.Y.J.C. class it is essential for the student to produce the following documents in original together with two attested copies of each.

1.      S.S.C. Examination Passing Certificate.

2.      Statement of Marks, of the above mentioned examination.

3.      School Leaving Certificate.

4.      Eligibility Certificate in case of those passing an examination other than that conducted from the Board.

5.      Three recent passport size photographs of the student.

6.      Original Caste Certificate (For B.C. students)

4.         A student who has passed the F.Y.J.C. Examination from a recognized Junior College in Maharashtra or any other Examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the Board is eligible for admission to the S.Y.J.C. Class.

5.         A student who has passed the F.Y.J.C. Examination in Science or Commerce is permitted to join the S.Y.J.C. class in arts, if seats are available.

6.         For admission to the S.Y.J.C. Class, it is essential for the student to produce the following documents together with two attested copies of each.

1.      S.S.C. Examination Passing Certificate.

2.      Statement of Marks, of the above mentioned examination.

3.      Statement of marks of the F.Y.J.C. Examination.

4.      School / Jr. College Leaving Certificate.

5.      Final Eligibility Certificate in the case of those passing an examination other than conducted by the Board.

7.   A student seeking admission to the Junior College shall have to present himself / herself along with an application in the prescribed from available in the college office duly filled in the signed by him / her and endorsed by his/her parent / guardian. Admission to XI Std. Class will be made as per the procedure laid down by the Education Department and the Management.

No admission shall be regarded as granted unless by the authority of the Principal and the necessary fees paid to the college office.

8.   All admissions are valid only for one academic year and are required to be renewed by a fresh application in the prescribed form for every subsequent year of study in college.

9.   Normally, student of his Junior College has qualified himself/herself for admission to a higher class is admitted to the said class provided an application for the purpose in the prescribed form duly filled in has been received with the necessary fee within the notified period.

 

COURSE OF INSTRUCTION :

1.      Class will be held from 12.30 p.m. onwards.

2.      F.Y.J.C./S.Y.J.C. Science practical will be conducted in the morning and evening sessions.

3.      Provision for teaching various subjects depends upon the availability of minimum number of student offering that subject. In case the minimum number is not available, the students will be required to change the subject in conformity with the scheme given.

 

4.      Normally a student will not be allowed to change the subject once offered, unless with prior sanction of the Principal.

5.      Student seeking admission to the F.Y. J.C. Arts (English Medium) class, must have scored 50% in English at the S.S.C. Level. Students who have studied in the English medium at the school level will be exempted from this clause.

6.      For admission to the F.Y.J.C. class, no student will be admitted to a particular faculty unless he/ she scores the minimum percentage as laid down by the Junior College at the S.S.C. level.

7.      Number of students in each Division will not exceed 120.

 

F.Y.J.C. / S.Y.J.C. Arts (English Medium) : ‘A’ Division

1)         Compulsory Subject 1.  English and  2) Marathi or Hindi   3) Environmental Education

2)         Optional Subject        1.  History      

2.      Geography

3.      Political Science

4.      Economics

F.Y.J.C. / S.Y.J.C. Arts (Marathi Medium) : ‘B’ and ‘C’ Division

1)         Compulsory Subject 1.  English       2) Marathi       3) Environmental Education

2)         Optional Subject        1.  History      

2.      Geography

3.      Political Science

4.      Economics

F.Y.J.C. Commerce : ‘A’ Division, ‘B’ Division and ‘C’ Division

1)         Compulsory Subject 1.  English         2) Marathi or Hindi   3) Environmental Education

2)         Optional Subject        1.  Economics

2.      Book-Keeping and Accountancy

3.      Organisation of  Commerce

4.      Mathematics and Statistics

S.Y.J.C. Commerce : ‘A’ Division, ‘B’ Division

1)         Compulsory Subject 1.  English         2) Marathi or Hindi   3) Environmental Education

2)         Optional Subject        1.  Economics

2.      Book-Keeping and Accountancy

3.      Organisation of  Commerce

4.      Mathematics and Statistics

 S.Y.J.C. Commerce : ‘C’ Division

1)         Compulsory Subject 1.  English         2) Marathi or Hindi   3) Environmental Education

2)         Optional Subject        1.   Economics

2.      Book-Keeping and Accountancy

3.      Organisation of  Commerce

4.      Mathematics or Secretarial Practice

F.Y.J.C. Science : ‘A’ Division, ‘B’ Division, ‘C’ Division and ‘D’ Division

1)         Compulsory Subject 1.  English         2) Marathi or Hindi   3) Environmental Education

2)         Optional Subject        1.  Mathematics

2.      Physics

3.      Chemistry

4.      Biology / Computer Science

Note : 1)  A student can offer Computer Science in place of Biology and Second Language (Hindi or Marathi). Selection for computer science will be strictly on Merit basis.

S.Y.J.C. Science : ‘A’ Division, ‘B’ Division, ‘C’ Division and ‘D’ Division

1)         Compulsory Subject 1.  English         2) Marathi or Hindi   3) Environmental Education

2)         Optional Subject        1.  Mathematics

5.      Physics

6.      Chemistry

7.      Biology / Computer Science

Note : 1) ‘C’ Division is partly aided. ‘D’ Division is totally unaided. Computer Science students will be accommodated only in ‘D’ Division. At present there are three batches of Computer Science. It may be increased to four depending upon clearance from the Deputy Director of Vocational Education & Training, Mumbai Region.

            2) Interdisciplinary Project is compulsory for all students.

 

EXAMINATIONS:

The detailed programme of the respective tests, examinations for F.Y.J.C./S.Y.J.C. showing the duration of each question paper and the number of marks assigned will be put on the notice Board from time to time.

The pattern and duration of the test / examinations will be the same as prescribed by the Board.

 

1.         F.Y.J.C. Students should note that they will be examined in both Theory and Practicals through Tests / Tutorials. Examinations and their performance in each will be taken into consideration while promoting them to the next higher class.

2.         Two projects related to environment education should be submitted.

a)      One project related to Environment.

b)      One Inter disciplinary Project.

 

STANDARD OF PASSING :

A)  F.Y.J.C.

            Minimum marks for passing in a subject shall be 35%.

            Marks for theory and practicals in the subject where there are two parts shall be taken together and the total marks will be considered for Grade (with distinction). Grade I, Grade II, Grade Pass.

F.Y.J.C. students will be assessed as per the Board rules under the internal assessment system, in the pattern A+B+C / 3 where.

A-Marks obtioned in Unit Tests and tutorials.

B-Marks obtained in the Terminal Examination out of 100.

C-Marks obtained in the Annual Examination out of 100.

Oral Examination will be conducted in the first and second term for language.

Marks obtained in a subject entered in the Annual Report Card will be inclusive of A, B and C and the average out of 100 will be shown.

An Examination in Physical Education will be conducted for F.Y.J.C. Students and grade will be allotted in the annual Report Card.

B) S.Y.J.C.

1. Minimum Marks for passing in a subject will be 35%.

2. In a subject for which there are two papers, or one paper and one practical test, marks will be added together for a pass, credit or distinction.\

F.Y.J.C.

1.      There will be two Unit Tests in two tutorials.

2.      There will be a Terminal Examination around the close of the first term.

3.      There will be Annual Examination around the close of the second term.

S.Y.J.C.

1.      There will be a Terminal Examination around the close of the first term.

2.      There will be Preliminary Examination soon after the completion of portion.

 

COLLEGE OFFICE AND LIBRARY :

During the Summer Vacation the college office and library will remain open between 10.00 a.m. to 5.30p.m. on all working days.

Admission to F.Y.J.C. Arts / Commerce / Science / Vocational Course will start after the declaration of the result of the S.S.C. Examination conducted by the Board during the hours to be notified for the purpose.

Admission to S.Y.J.C. Arts / Commerce / Science / Vocational Course will start after the declaration of the result of the F.Y.J.C. Examination conducted by the Junior College for a period of 15 days only during the hours to be notified for the purpose.

 

ATTENDANCE :

The minimum attendance necessary for being eligible to appear for the H.S.C. Examination for S.Y.J.C. students is 75% of the working days in each term.

The above mentioned rule applies similarly to F.Y.J.C. Students.

A day’s attendance means attendance in all lectures, tutorials, practicals and examinations according to the class time table for the day. Producing a medical certificate in lieu of a short/long period of absence will be left to the discretion of the Principal.

 

REFUND OF FEES :

1.      If a student informs the college in writing before the commencement of the Academic Year that he / she wants to withdraw his/her admission, the tuition fee, term fee, laboratory fee, library deposit and laboratory deposit, actually recovered from the student in full will be refunded. The admission fee will not be refunded.

2.      If a student informs the college in writing after the commencement of the Academic Year that he/she wants to withdraw his/her admission, the college will retain the admission fee, term fee and laboratory fee in full and also the proportionate amount of the tuition fee, till the end of the month in which the refund of the fee is claimed. The remaining amount of tuition fee, if any and the library and laboratory deposit, in full will be refunded.

3.      A student applying for refund of fees shall surrender the identity care and the Reader’s Ticket if issued to him/her with application for cancellation of admission.