DU Admissions 2022: About 6,000 applicants accepted the seats allotted to them in the first round of seat allocation for admission to undergraduate programs, a university official told PTI.
In the first round of seat allocation, more than 8,680 students were allocated seats. 349 have confirmed their admission by submitting fees to date.
“Of the 8,682 students who were allocated a seat in the first round, 6,030 accepted the seat,” the official said.
According to the official quoted by PTI, of the 8,682 students who received a seat in the first round, 6,030 accepted the seat.
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Candidates have options until today to accept the allocated seats. The seat allocation round, which started on November 20, gave more than 26,200 candidates the chance to apply for about 14,000 vacant places in undergraduate courses at Delhi University’s colleges.
Unlike regular rounds of the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS), there is no seat allocation change under the spot admission system. The seats allocated in a seat admission are considered final.
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58,883 students were admitted to undergraduate courses through the third round of seat allocation under CSAS, while approximately 14,000 seats are vacant in the varsity that began student admissions in September for the 2022-23 academic year.
The university’s undergraduate programs have 70,000 seats. The DU announced the first admission list on Wednesday. November 27 is the deadline for online payment of entrance fees.
The availability of seats, programme-specific merit, preferred order of university college and category will be criteria for the allocation of seats.
The university’s admissions process, which started on September 12, consists of three phases: the application process, the filling of preferences and the allocation of a seat and admission.