On the 26th of September, Monday, the Delhi University admission (DU Admission) phase entered the second phase. The Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) registered process has been completed, now the students can select the college and courses of their choice. The choice filling will be available from 26th September to 10th October. After the completion of phase 2, the date of the cutoff list will be released. While the preparation of the cut-off list both the choice a the merit will be taken into consideration.
“Candidates must select as many programs s/he wishes to and it is in the best interests of the candidate to choose maximum programs and program college combination,” DU said in an official notice. A simulated list of potential assignments based on the CSAS will be made public by DU when the preference-filling process is complete. A two-day opportunity will be provided for students to change their program and college preferences. On October 10, the initial admissions list’s release date will be announced.
A variety of factors will decide your admission to the chosen college such as eligibility, number of vacant seats, reservation, relaxations, marks secured by you in the tests that are relevant for the course, the admission policy of the university applying for, etc. In case of the tiebreaker for DU admission, the class 12th marks of the candidates will be taken into consideration along with the CUET 2022 scores.
The first DU cut-off list will be released on the official website of Delhi University for the colleges such as Lady Shri Ram College, Hansraj College, SRCC, Ramjas College, Kirori Mal College, Ramanujan College, Jesus and Mary College, Deshbandhu College, and others.
The candidate must ‘accept’ the seat offered to him or her in a given round before the deadline date and time indicated for that round of seat allocation. The candidate’s right to accept a certain seat will only be valid during the round in which that seat was assigned.
Through the DU admissions process in 2022, there will be over 70,000 seats available each year in 91 connected institutions. Only candidates who have attained the DU first cut-off 2022 marks for any undergraduate program in their preferred institution will be considered for consideration.