Getting admission to a college used to be a Herculean task," in the early nineties. "We spent our days running from one college to another just to collect and submit admission forms. But thanks to the online admission system, the young generation won't have to go through the tiresome process. ."
The online admission system will prove to be a major asset as it will allow students to apply at colleges of their choice from the cozy confines of their homes. "Once students overcome their initial inhibition, they will begin to appreciate the online system," "Since this is the first year, errors are bound to happen,"
"Though it is a good move and will make the process of securing a junior college seat easier, may will not entirely rely on it," This online system will have twin benefits, "Students and parents will not have to stand in long queues to get forms and colleges won't have to press extra manpower into service during the admission process. Since this is the first year, it is normal for parents and students to be skeptical. They will accept the system with time."
Students seeking admission to first year junior college can register themselves online, select the college(s) of their choice, pay the application fees online, or through mobile phones and even make multiple applications. In Mumbai, students and parents face a harrowing time during admission season, carrying valuable documents on crowded local trains from one college to another, through monsoon rain - all within a very short time span.