At the conclusion of the first CAP round, 70% of the Std. XI seats were vacant.

Around 70% of Std XI seats under Common Admission Procedure (CAP) remained vacant in Nagpur city . The mandatory CAP protects all junior colleges located within city limits .

Nagpur, India: At the end of round 1, around 70% of Std XI seats under the Common Admission Procedure (CAP) remained vacant in Nagpur city.The mandatory CAP protects all junior colleges located within city limits.Round-2 starts on Sunday and will continue until August 17.According to the education department, some students will not be permitted to participate in the program.

Although this may seem obvious, education officials claim that students will rethink their decision and attend another university in the future.The second category of students is a group that received their first choice college but did not successfully complete the application process.Students either press the reject button on their device or simply refuse to attend a college for completing admissions paperwork.Students who have cancelled their registration in the third category are in this category.

A senior principal said, The university waited for the CBSE results.On June 17, our state board results were announced, and on August 3, CAP round-1 admission was announced.Would CBSE schools have waited for 45 days to notify the SSC board of results?We've wasted precious academic time educating our students, and it's a shame.

Junior colleges located just a half-hour drive from downtown were starting their classes on the first week of July, according to a city college principal.And here, we have just begun admitting.