The third round of seat allotment for undergraduate admission in Delhi University on Sunday | Tech US News


Delhi University (DU) will announce the third round of seat allotment for undergraduate admissions on Sunday, said secretary Vikas Gupta.

In the third round of Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS), admissions will be made for all excess quotas including Extra-Curricular Activities (ECA), Sports, CW (Children and Widows of Armed Forces) and Kashmiri Migrants along with regular admissions.

The third round of seat allotment was scheduled to begin on Thursday, but the university said on Wednesday that it has been postponed. Now the round will start on Sunday at 5 PM and will end on November 20.

The registrar also announced that the first round of seat allocation for undergraduate programs will begin on November 20 when the university will announce the number of vacancies.

A senior university official said the redeployment was done because the university took some time to prepare the admission list for all the additional seats like those in the Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) and sports categories.

The third CSAS allotment list will be released on Sunday. Candidates would have a two-day period from November 14-15 to accept the allotted post.

The faculty would verify and approve the online application from November 14 to 16.

The last date for online payment of the application fee by the candidates would be November 17.

After the completion of the third round, the university would open the upgrade option only for surplus seats and Christian candidates for St Stephen’s College and Jesus and Mary College (JMC) from November 18-19.

‚ÄúCandidates who would opt for admission in any additional staff quota and wish to opt for upgrading in the next round of this particular additional staff quota can do so from 10 am on Friday (November 18) to 4.59 pm on Saturday . candidates will only be considered for upgrading in the quota of redundant workers,” the registrar announced.

The university will also announce the vacancies for the first round of CSAS seat allotment on November 20.

Candidates can apply for seat allotment from 21st to 22nd November.

The first allotment list will be released on November 23.

The candidate should accept the allotted post from November 24 to 26.

The deadline for online payment of the application fee by the candidates will be November 27.

“On the announcement of the first round of on-the-spot admissions, the admission of all already admitted candidates will be locked and they will not be considered for upgrades (except supernumerary upgrades),” the secretary said.

“Similarly, admitted candidates will not be allowed to withdraw their admission on the announcement of the first round of on-site admission. To be considered for the on-site admission round, the candidate will have to opt for ‘on-site admission’ through their dashboard,” the added.

University may announce more admission rounds later.

Two rounds of seat allocation have been completed so far. The total number of students admitted to the university has so far crossed 61,500 out of the 70,000 undergraduate seats offered by DU.

Over 15,500 students have been admitted to undergraduate courses in Delhi universities in the second round of seat allotment, a senior university official said.

Over 30,500 students allotted courses in Delhi universities have frozen their seats, while over 23,000 candidates have opted for seat upgrade under the second merit list, the official said.

Meanwhile, the university also received 1,008 enrollment applications. The university has given a window of November 5 to 7 for interim admission for new candidates.

The admission process, which started on September 12, is in three phases – the first phase is the application process, the second phase was the preference filling, and the third phase was the seat allotment and admission.

This year, Delhi University is admitting students based on their CUET results instead of their 12th class marks. On September 12, the university released CSAS, its admissions and assignment policy.


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