As many as 2,17,653 aspirants have registered for undergraduate courses at Delhi University in 2022.
For admission to 70,000 seats in various undergraduate courses, Delhi University has received more than 2.17 lakh applications. The Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) portal has also auto-locked the indicated preferences.
More than 1.5 lakh students have selected their college-course preferences. This is 67,000 less than the total registration. The university is admitting students, this year, through CUET scores instead of their Class 12 marks.
Admission through the CSAS is conducted through three phases: submission of the application form, program selection and preference choosing and seat allocation. Admissions are open for 79 UG programmes across 67 colleges.
206 combinations of BA courses are available. Depending upon the difference in the number of registrations and preferences, many students are waiting for the simulated rank list. Following the release of this list, students can select their preferences again.
Candidates can assess their probabilities of securing admission through the Simulated rank list. After this, candidates will be given two days to reorder their preferences. Candidates who have not registered their preferences can choose it in these two days.
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