Nagpur News: Formalities for admissions in Class 11 have become simpler now. Students and parents will not be required to go at the various sub-centres for admission forms. The students can now fill up their forms from their respective schools. A decision in this context was taken in a meeting of Centralised Admission Process (CAP) Committee held on June 10 at Mahatma Gandhi School.
Every year, for seeking admissions to Class 11, sub-centres are allotted in various colleges in Nagpur region. Forms for Arts, Commerce and Science Stream were sold and accepted in these sub-centres. Since there are selected centres, it invites lot of chaos and problems in these centres because of the huge student enroll. To avoid this confusion, the committee has taken the decision wherein students can fill up their forms from their respective schools only.
For CBSE and outstation students, three centres have been opened in Nagpur. For Arts, Mohta Science College, for Commerce, Dr.Ambedkar College, Deekshabhoomi and Dhanwate College for Science Stream. The meeting was chaired by Dr Sanjay Chiralwar, Education Board Director Anil Pardi and lecturers of various colleges were present .
Seats available under CAP:
In 169 colleges under CAP, there are 9500 seats in Arts Stream, Commerce — 13500, Science — 17500, Computer Science — 1222 and for Fisheries 277 seats.