DU admissions 2022: After the completion of the third round of Common Seat Allotment System (CSAS), the University of Delhi will start the process of admitting students to its undergraduate courses for the remaining seats through ‘seat allotment’ in from November 20, an official said on Sunday.
Unlike the regular rounds of CSAS, the seats allotted in a spot admission round will be final. It will not be upgraded in any subsequent round of points admission system, senior university official told PTI.
The call for vacancies for the first call will take place on November 20, according to a calendar published by the university.
Delhi University will publish information about vacant seats in each program and a candidate will be allowed to select only one program, the official said.
The allocation will be made according to the following criteria: availability of places, specific merit of the program, order of preference of the university and category.
Candidates can apply for seat allotment round from 21st November to 22nd November. The first seat allotment list will be released on November 23 and a candidate should accept the allotted seat between November 24 and 26.
“It will be mandatory for the candidate to access the assigned place in a round of points. If the allotted seat is not accepted in a spot admission round, the candidate will lose eligibility for college admission and the candidate will be out of CSAS,” the official said. Last date for payment online admission fee by candidates will be on November 27.
“On the declaration of the first round of admission to the post, the admission of already admitted candidates will be blocked and they will not be considered for upgrades (except supernumerary upgrades),” the official said.
“In the same way, admitted candidates will not be able to withdraw their admissions in the announcement of the first round of admission of places. To be considered for one-time admission round, a candidate will have to opt for ‘one-time admission’ through their board,” he said.
The university might announce more point-wise admission rounds at a later stage.
Three rounds of seat allocation have been done so far. The total number of students admitted to the university so far has exceeded 61,500, out of the 70,000 undergraduate places offered by DU.
In the third round of CSAS, all supernumerary quotas including extra-curricular activities, sports, children and widows of armed forces and Kashmiri migrants were admitted along with regular admissions.
Over 15,500 students were admitted to undergraduate courses in Delhi University colleges in the second round of seat allotment, an official said.
Over 30,500 students, with programs allotted in the colleges of the university, have had their seats frozen, while over 23,000 candidates opted for seat upgrade after the second merit list, the official said.
The university has also received 1,008 average entry applications. The university had given a window of November 5-7 for mid-entry for new applicants.
The admission process, which started on September 12, is being conducted in three phases: the first phase is the application process, the second phase was for preference filling and the third phase it was allotment of seats-cum-admission.
This year, the university admits students through CUET scores instead of Class 12 marks. On September 12, the university released the CSAS, its admission and allotment policy.