Delhi University is all set to announce the second round of seat allotment list for admission to undergraduate programs on Sunday, university officials said. Candidates who have applied for the 2nd round of DU admission process will be able to check their second DU merit list. Once released, candidates will be able to check the merit list on the official website du.ac.in and on the official portal of CSAS admission.uod.ac.in.
Places for candidates in the second round will be opened two days before November 1, the university previously informed.
In the first round of allotment of seats in Delhi University, 59,100 candidates were admitted. After the completion of the first round of allotment, the university has shown the vacant seats for the second round.
Candidates were given two days to opt for the upgrade and reorder their preferences. Of those, nearly 60 percent chose to upgrade to the higher “program + college” benefits, a university spokesman said Thursday.
More than 25 per cent of the 59,100 candidates have frozen their seats, he added, “Based on the availability of seats, the university will announce the CSAS round II at 5:00 pm on Sunday, October 30, 2022. For the second round, “Candidates must accept the allotted seat from 10:00 AM on Monday, October 31, 2022 to 4:59 PM on Tuesday, November 1,” said a senior university official.
In the first round, the university allotted 80,164 seats under various categories. The number of seats in DU colleges is 70,000, but the university has allotted additional seats in unreserved (OBC-NCL and EWS) and reserved (SC, ST and PWBD) categories in the first list, taking the number to 80,164. More than 72,800 candidates out of 80 164 accepted the college and the course assigned to them.
The university announced that in the first round of seat allocation, each course in each college will reserve 20 per cent additional seats for candidates from non-reserved categories — OBC-NCL and EWS — and 30 per cent for reserved SC, ST and PWBD. categories.
In the University of Delhi, admissions to 79 undergraduate programs in 67 colleges, faculties and centers are for the first time through the Common Entrance Test (CUET).
Until last year, admissions were through merit lists based on class 12 marks, which have grown dramatically. Up to seven department lists were announced by the university every year.
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