Today, August 7, Delhi University will provide the initial list of open seats. On the official websites at du.ac.in and admission.uod.ac.in, students who applied to DU but are still looking for a place in one of the connected institutions can view the list of seats that are still open.
On August 1, DU made available the initial list of seat allocations. Based on their preference for the program and college combination, the institution gave 202,416 eligible candidates a seat. According to a PTI report, a total of 85,853 allocations were made during the First CSAS round, and 7,042 hopefuls received their first choice. A seat has been assigned to almost 22,000 registrants based on their first five picks.
Candidates had until 4:59 p.m. on August 6 to make payments in order to obtain the designated courses and colleges.
Candidates must accept the assigned course and college by August 13 after Delhi University releases the second allocation list on August 10. Candidates have till August 15 to pay.
On August 17, the university will publish a new list of open positions, and on August 22, the third merit list will be published.
The provisionally assigned seat will be canceled if the admission price is not paid within the allotted time, and the applicant will not be taken into consideration for any additional allocation rounds this year.
If the results of the compartment exam are released before the admissions procedure is finished and there are seats available, compartment candidates may be admitted to the university, according to the DU website. While the registration portal is available, candidates are required to update the online registration form by entering their most recent marks, maybe until the completion of admissions.
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As a result of the 72,769 applicants for the BCom program, it has become clear that it is one of the most popular courses at the university. The following two degrees are BCom (Hons) and BA (Hons) English, with 67,686 and 62,680 registrations, respectively.