DU admissions 2022: As Delhi University will release its first merit list today. Students will be allocated the places in their preferred course and university that they have marked in the second phase of the registration process on the CSAS portal.
This is the first time that the central university is admitting candidates to degree courses on the basis of CUET UG score. Here is a look at the list of documents that will be required for admission to the university.
DU admissions 2022: list of required documents
– Class 10 mark sheet (self-attested)
– Class 12 mark sheet (self-attested)
– School transfer certificate (if available)
— Government issued photo ID such as Aadhaar card, PAN card, driving license or passport.
— A couple of passport-sized photographs (which may need to be self-attested)
– Category certificate for students belonging to any category (this year candidates are not allowed to submit application and certificate later; it must be submitted at the time of enrolment)
– ECA or sports certificates, if the candidate applies through ECA/sports categories
— Students are advised to bring a photocopy/printout of their online application.
Key points to remember
— Applicants must remember that the data they filled in the CUET portal was transferred directly to the CSAS portal and therefore could not be modified. These include name, photograph, signature, Aadhaar card number, parent details etc.
– Students had to appear for the same CUET subjects for which they appeared during the Class 12 exams. For example, if a student from the PCM stream wants to pursue BA in History, he cannot appear in the subject of History in the common entrance test. They will have to appear in the same five papers as the class 12 subjects ie Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and the other two subjects.
— Candidates are advised to accept the allotment as soon as possible, instead of waiting for the next round. If the candidate is found to be inactive, he/she can be removed from the system and his/her seat will be allotted to another person.
— For the Bachelor of Economics and the Bachelor of Economics (Hons), Mathematics is a compulsory subject.