Delhi University will reveal information about vacant seats under each program. Thus, a candidate will be able to select only one programme.
Delhi University will begin the process of admitting students into its UG courses after the conclusion of the Common Seats Allocation System (CSAS) third round. This is for remaining seats through spot allocation. The spot allocation process will start on November 20.
Seats allocated in a spot admission round will be final. The upgradation policy will not be offered in any subsequent round of the spot admission system. The Vacant seats under the first round of spot admission will be made on November 20. This information has been acquired from a schedule released by the university.
An official stated that Delhi University will reveal information about vacant seats under each program. Thus, a candidate will be able to select only one programme.
The allocations will be done on the following criteria:
- Availability of seats,
- Programme-specific merit,
- Order of preference of college and
From November 21 to November 22, candidates can apply for a spot allocation round. The first spot allocation list will be announced on November 23. Candidates must accept the allocated seat between November 24 to 26.
It is mandatory for the candidate to take admission to the seat allocated in this given spot round. A candidate who does not accept the allocated seat in a spot admission round will be forfeited and the candidate will be out of the CSAS. November 27 will be the last date for online payment of admission fees by candidates.
The admission of already admitted candidates will be locked with the declaration of the first spot admission round. Thus, the official stated that they will not be considered for upgrades. However, supernumerary upgrades will be available.
After the announcement of the first spot admission round, the admitted candidates will also not be allowed to withdraw their admissions. A candidate will have to opt for \’spot admission\’ through his/her dashboard in order to be considered in a spot admission round.
More spot admission rounds may be announced by the university at a later stage. Two rounds of seat allocations have been completed until now. So far, the total number of students admitted to the university has gone beyond 61,500 out of the 70,000 UG seats the DU has on offer.
The University has also declared the third round of seat allocation for UG admission on Sunday. The admission will be done to all supernumerary quotas in the third round of the CSAS. The Supernumerary quotas include sports, extracurricular activities, children and widows of armed forces, and Kashmiri migrants.
An official said that in the second round of seat allocation, more than 15,500 students were admitted to UG courses across DU colleges. Moreover, over 30,500 students have frozen their seats for the, allotted programmes across the university\’s colleges. However, over 23,000 candidates have opted for the upgradation of seats after the second merit list.
1,008 mid-entry applications have been received by the University. A fresh window from November 5 to 7 will be open by the University for mid-entry for fresh applicants.
The admission process began on September 12. It is being conducted in three phases. They include,
- first phase is the application process
- second phase was for preference filling
- third phase was seat allotment-cum-admission.
The university is admitting students through CUET scores this year. Class 12 cut-offs have not been considered. The university released the CSAS, its admission-cum-allocation policy on September 12. Candidates are advised to use this spot admission opportunity wisely. Candidates need not wait for upgradation and choose their seats through this round of admissions.
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