DU admissions 2022: Delhi University today announced that the registration deadline for DU admissions has been extended by two days. Interested candidates can now apply for Delhi University till October 12 at the official DU website: admission.uod.ac.in
“In the greater interest of candidates who are still in the process of deciding their preferences, the University has extended the last date of Phase I and Phase II by two days. CSAS Phase I and Phase II will be open for to candidates up to 4:59 PM on Wednesday, October 12, 2022,” the official press release said.
Earlier, the last date to register was October 10.
A marking window for Phases 1 and 2 will also be open for students until 16:59 on 12 October (Wednesday). Candidates will not be allowed to make changes in name, photograph, signature, gender, email id, mobile number and category.
Once the deadline for phases 1 and 2 has closed, at 5:00 p.m. on October 14, a simulated list will be generated through which candidates will be able to assess their probabilities of gaining admission to a Program a College After the declaration of the ‘Mock List’, candidates will also be given two more days to re-order their preferences.
The first CSAS allotment list will be released at 5:00 PM on October 18, and candidates will have until 5:00 PM on October 21 to accept the allotment. After that the document verification will end on 22 October and candidates will have time till 5:00 PM on 24 October to make final payments.
The second round of CSAS allotment and admission will begin on October 25. The window to reorder superior preferences will be open from 17:00 on 25 October until 16:59 on 27 October. The second CSAS award list will be released on October 30 and candidates will have until November 1 to accept. Colleges will complete verification by November 2nd and finalize payment by November 3rd.
Similarly, the third round will start on November 4 and conclude on November 15, after which the first round of seat allotment will be called on November 17. anyone”, says the press release.
This is the first time that the central university is admitting candidates to undergraduate courses on the basis of the results of the Common Undergraduate University Entrance Test (CUET UG).