DU admissions 2022: A Delhi University official has said that the University is likely to open an entry window in November for candidates who have not applied for admission to degree programs within the stipulated time.
According to a calendar issued by the university, the mid-entry window will open during the third round of the Common System of Seat Allocation (CSAS) from November 5 to 7.
Last month, the university started the admissions process for degree studies for the academic year 2022-23.
Admissions are open for 79 UG programs in 67 colleges, departments and centers. The programs include 206 BA course combinations.
Admission through the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) is done in three phases: submission of CSAS-2022 application form, selection of programs and filling of preferences and seat allocation and admission.
The last day for submission of the CSAS application form and selection of programs and completed preferences is Wednesday.
A candidate who makes an average enrollment will be considered for allotment only after all the candidates who applied earlier and have merit scores above the lowest declared score have been allotted, the official informed.
“A candidate who applies for CSAS-2022 midway will not have any right to claim the seats allotted to candidates who had applied for CSAS-2022 during the initial phase of application,” the official said .
“Allotment of seats to these candidates may be considered for subsequent rounds, subject to compliance with eligibility criteria, seat availability and other CSAS-2022 norms,” the official added.
It will be mandatory for the average participant to access the place assigned to him.
There will be no ‘upgrade’ option for the candidate who has applied for medium entry. “The person cannot opt for the upgrade of his seat,” informed the official.
“The seat allotted in a particular round of allotment shall be final and shall not be upgraded in any subsequent round of allotment. Medium entry will be considered only after successful receipt of medium entry fee,” the official said.
Average entry will not be allowed for performance-based programs (BA (Hons) Music, Bachelor of Physical Education, Health Education and Sports) and ECA, Sports Supernumerary Quota.