Allocation of the 2nd round for admission to DU undergraduate studies 2022: 11,649 candidates upgraded.
DU has released the admission list for the second round of undergraduate programs for the year 2022. Students applying for the admission process can view the specifics of the admission allocation process here.
University of Delhi has released the merit list for DU UG 2nd Round Admission 2022. Delhi University 2nd Round Admission Part on official website. According to information released by the media, 11,600 students who got a place in the first merit list for Delhi University admission have progressed to the college and degree of their choice. After the publication of the 2nd round merit list, 1868 student applications are currently being processed.
According to reports, Delhi University Second Merit List has allotted seats to a total of 81300 new students. 33,739 students have registered for upgrade seats in DU Round 2 Seat Allocation and 34% of these applicants have received higher preference in college and course, according to statistics provided by the university.
DU Allotment of the 2nd round
The deadline for admitting students to the offered places in the second round of enrollment is today, November 1, 2022, according to the DU admission schedule 2022. Until November 2, 2022, the faculties will review the applications and approve places. Until November 3, 2022, students can complete their applications and pay the registration fee.
On November 4, 2022, the university will announce the list of vacancies in various faculties and courses after the completion of the admission process for the second round allotment. Students will have an interim entry window and an opportunity to change their choices for the next round of allocation from 5-7 November 2022.
Admissions according to the distribution of the 1st round
On October 18, 2022, Delhi University announced the First Round Merit List for Undergraduate Admission. A total of 59,100 students got seats as per the initial merit list and 15,398 of these students confirmed their seats in the first round. Those who were not satisfied with the allotment in the first round could apply for the allotment in the second round.