The university on Wednesday announced the first seat allotment list with the names of over 80,000 candidates for admission to various degree programmes. Aspirants have a three-day period from October 19 to 21 to “accept” the allotted seat.
“The university allocated 80,164 places in different categories. As of 10 am on Thursday, 49,620 candidates had accepted their allotted seats,” said Dean of Admissions Haneet Gandhi.
Last month, the university began the process of admitting 70,000 undergraduate places to different constituent colleges. This year, the college is admitting students on the basis of Common College Entrance Test (CUET) scores instead of Class 12 marks.
On September 12, the university released the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS), its admission and allocation policy.
The first seat allotment list marks the beginning of the third and final phase of the admission process.
The provision for acceptance of a particular allotted seat will be valid only for the round in which the seat has been allotted to the candidate.
Colleges will be able to verify and approve applications online from October 19-22.
For CSAS first round of allotment and admission, the last date for online payment of admission fees is 24th October.
In the context of provisional seat allocation, “Assigned Seat” refers to a unique combination of program and college.
According to data provided by the university, more than 1.5 lakh applicants marked their college and course preferences till the last date of Phase II last week.
The allotment list has not been issued in public domain and the candidate will only be able to see the college and courses allotted to him in his board.
Candidate will have to click on “Accept Assignment” in user action tab.