Mumbai, Sept. 8 -- Nearly 65% seats allocated in the second common admission round for first year junior college (FYJC) courses remained vacant, the office of the deputy director of education (DYDE), Mumbai region revealed on Tuesday.

Authorities have announced that students who are yet to get admissions can change their college preference list between September 7 and 9, following which the third merit list will be announced on September 13 at 10am.

According to the DYDE data, only 40.7% students confirmed admissions to the seats allotted in arts stream in the second round; 37.3% students in the commerce stream and 32.9% students in the science stream confirmed admissions in the second round. All vacant seats will now be reallocated in th...