DU Admissions 2022: 11000+ Candidates Get Updated Course in University

DU admissions 2022: More than 11,600 candidates allotted in the first round of Delhi University admission have been updated in the college and course of their preference in the second merit list, a senior university official said on Monday .

As many as 8,133 new aspirants have also been allotted seats in Delhi University colleges, said DU Registrar Vikas Gupta.

A total of 33,739 aspirants had applied to upgrade their places, of which more than 34% have been given university degrees and courses of their preference, he said.

Admission to the second round of allotment is underway. The university started the admission process for more than 70,000 places in September.

“Of the 33,739 aspirants selected in the first round who had applied for the upgrade, 11,649 have been upgraded to their highest presence in college courses,” Gupta said.

“As many as 8,133 new students have also been allotted seats,” Gupta added.

University of Delhi has released the second seat allotment list for degree programs. Candidates have until November 1 to accept the allotted seats.

As many as 59,100 candidates got admission in the first round of DU seat allotment. A total of 15,398 candidates have frozen their seats in the first round.

The admission process, which started on September 12, is being conducted in three phases: the first phase was the application to the university, the second phase was the filling of preferences and the third phase it was allotment of seats-cum-admission.

This year, Delhi University is admitting students through CUET scores instead of Class 12 marks. On September 12, the university released the CSAS, its admission and allotment policy.

Admission through the CSAS is carried out in three phases: submission of the application form, selection of programs and completion of preferences, and allocation of places and admission.

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