Admission in DU 2022: According to a senior university official, over 11,600 applicants allotted for admission in the first round of Delhi University have been upgraded to the college and program of their choice in the second merit list.
According to DU Registrar Vikas Gupta, 8,133 new applicants have also been given seats in Delhi University colleges.
According to him, out of the 33,739 applicants who submitted applications for seat upgrades, more than 34% were selected for the college and programme of their choice.
Admission for the second round of allocations is taking place now. In September, the DU admissions 2022 began for more than 70,000 seats.
“Out of 33,739 aspirants selected in the first round who had applied for upgradation, 11,649 have been given upgradation to their higher presences of college courses,” Gupta said, as per PTI.
“As many as 8,133 new students have also been allotted seats,” Gupta added.
The second list of seats allocated for undergraduate programmes has been made public by Delhi University. The allocated seats must be accepted by candidates before November 1.
DU’s initial round of seat distribution resulted in admission for up to 59,100 applicants. In Round 1, 15,398 candidates froze their seats.
ABOUT DU ADMISSION 2022
Delhi University is now accepting students based on their CUET scores rather than their Class 12 grades this year. The university published its admission-cum-allocation policy, the CSAS, on September 12.
The DU admissions 2022 are being carried out through CSAS this year. The three phases candidates need to undertake are application form submission, selecting college and programme preferences, and seat allocation and admission.
About Delhi University
Delhi University (DU), formally the University of Delhi, is a collegiate central university located in New Delhi, India. It was founded in 1922 by an Act of the Central Legislative Assembly and is recognized as an Institute of Eminence (IoE) by the University Grants Commission (UGC).
As a collegiate university, its main functions are divided between the academic departments of the university and constituent colleges. Consisting of three colleges, two faculties, and 750 students at its founding, the University of Delhi has since become India’s largest institution of higher learning and among the largest in the world.
The university has 16 faculties and 86 departments distributed across its North and South campuses. It has 91 constituent colleges. The Vice President of India serves as the university chancellor.