Delhi University first round of admission ends, 72,000 candidates accept allotted seat

With 72,865 candidates accepting their allotted seats, the acceptance window for the first round of Delhi University admissions closed on Saturday.

There are a total of about 70,000 seats open for admissions to DU colleges and courses. In its first round, the administration made 80,164 awards. Colleges will have until Sunday afternoon to approve or reject applications from candidates who have accepted their assignments. Once an application is approved, a candidate must pay their fee by Monday evening to finalize their admission in this first round.

The number of candidates who have accepted their admissions in this round does not necessarily mean that there are no vacant seats for the next round of allotment of seats: as the university has made additional allocations of 20% for each program in each college for unreserved, OBC and EWS Categories and additional 30% allotments for SC, ST and PWD categories, there could be more acceptances in some programs than others with 72,865 candidates. The University will publish the list of vacant places on Tuesday.

On Saturday, DU also announced that it would extend one more chance, with conditions, to reserved category candidates who could not produce the correct certificates in this round of admissions after allotments. Candidates who cannot submit the certificates in the prescribed format will be rejected by the colleges in this round.

“All such candidates will be considered in unreserved category in CSAS Round-II subject to seat availability in UR category and other allotment policies subject to fulfilling UR category merit and order of preference presented by the candidates ,” said registrar Vikas Gupta. .

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