"Students from the CBSE will receive a 10% seat reservation in each of the 31 city-based colleges in Kolhapur for class 11 admission."
Students from the CBSE will have a 10% seat reservation in each of the 31 city-based colleges for class 11th (first-year junior college). Moreover, the results are yet to be released in the last week of July.
Phase 2 of the Centralised Admission Process (CAP) for Class 11th admissions for the science and commerce streams has started. Moreover, this time, the arts stream has been withdrawn from CAP, considering the poor response.
For both the science and commerce streams, there are about 10,000 seats in the 31 colleges, and the first round of registration is already complete. Up to 6,000 students have confirmed their acceptance, with 4,000 choosing science and 2,000 choosing commerce.
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The results for Class 10th have only been made available by the state board, according to Manoj Chothe, deputy director of education. He added that we are awaiting the outcomes of the other boards.
There are several schools connected to different boards, particularly CBSE. However, the admissions procedure cannot be halted. Once they have their results, we will open the part 2 window for them.
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