DU expects to fill all seats in the first round

The Delhi University administration expects to fill all its undergraduate seats in the first round of seat allotment.

The university offers 70,000 undergraduate seats in all courses and colleges and in the first round has made 20% additional allocations for each program in each college for unreserved, OBC and EWS categories and 30% of additional allocations for SC, ST and PWBD. categories The result is that it has allocated 80,164 places. A day before the acceptance window closes, more than 60,000 candidates have accepted their assignments. After that, the colleges will have to ‘approve’ or ‘reject’ the applications after verification of their documents.

“The additional allocation had been made in the hope that the final intake would stabilize around the final number after withdrawals and rejections and because there have been problems in the past in filling seats in some reserved categories. No there seems to be many reasons for students withdrawing their admissions as the medical admissions are already done, what is likely is that if the seats remain vacant after this round, they are likely to be in courses for which a very small number of students opt for in the first place, say Sanskrit,” said registrar Vikas Gupta.

While universities could not share numbers on how many applications have been approved or rejected so far, Gupta said cases of rejections have been reported where candidates wrote the CUET in subjects they did not have a class XII. “The central admissions team will also review some of the rejections to see if they are made for valid reasons,” he said.

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