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Around 60,000 students are enrolled in undergraduate programs in Delhi University colleges, a senior official said on Sunday, while over 14,000 seats are still vacant.

Haneet Gandhi, Dean of DU Admissions said that the third round of seat allotment in the university ended on Thursday, when over 2,000 students withdrew their admissions. These seats will be filled through spot round of seat allotment.

“Around 59,401 students have been admitted in Delhi University colleges. More than 14,000 seats are vacant. More than 2,000 students have withdrawn their admission. We have also issued a list of vacant seats for the first allotment round of CSAS (Common Seat Allocation System). ),” Gandhi told PTI over phone.

Candidates can check the list of vacant seats on its official website—admission.uod.ac.in.

In Delhi University, there are 70,000 seats in undergraduate programs.

Gandhi also informed that in the third round of CSAS, students were also admitted in all supernumerary quotas including extra curricular activities (ECA), sports, children/widows of armed forces personnel and Kashmiri immigrants.

“Around 1,001 students have been admitted through sports quota, 438 in ECA and 1,372 in CW,” Gandhi was quoted as saying by PTI.

Meanwhile, the university will release the first spot allotment list of Common Seat Allocation System on Wednesday, November 23 at 5 pm.

Candidates should go through the list of vacant seats thoroughly so that they can apply for their desired seats. Application for vacant seats will start from 10 am on Monday.

Once the list is out, candidates can claim the allotted seats between November 24 and 26. As reported by PTI, the last date to submit the admission fee online is November 27.

As per the official notification, with the release of vacant seats of the first spot admission round on Sunday, all the candidates already admitted will be considered assured of admission and will not be allowed for upgradation. However, there are exceptions for supernumerary upgrades. In the same manner, the admission candidates will not be allowed to withdraw their admission after the release of the first round admission process.

The DU admission process, which starts from September 12, is being conducted in three phases – application process, choice filling and seat allotment-cum-admission.

This year, the university is admitting students through the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) instead of 12th class marks.

(with PTI input)

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