DU asks students to be cautious while filling admission forms. Details here

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Delhi University officials on Tuesday warned students to fill the forms carefully as some departments do not allow editing after submission. The university’s first public awareness webinar for graduate admissions was launched on Tuesday where the university officials explained the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS)-2022 and also answered the queries of the candidates.

The university opened the second round of admissions to undergraduate programs on Monday, giving applicants the opportunity to select their preferred combination of programs and colleges.

Phases of Common Seat Allotment System 2022

Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS-2022) is being conducted in three phases.

  • The first step is to apply to Delhi University,
  • In the second phase priority will be fulfilled and
  • The third phase will be seat allotment-cum-admission.

Phase II and Phase I, which began on September 12, will remain open till October 10. Common University Entrance Test (CUET) scores will be required at both stages.

Haneet Gandhi, Dean, Admission, said, “Students should take their time while filling the forms. They should not rush to fill the forms or wait for the last day to fill them. There are some sections for which edit option is not allowed. .”

Officials have advised students to fill their personal details such as their name, parents’ names and their grades very carefully as these details will be used as tie-breakers.

DU on 12 September launched the portal for admission through CUET to UG programs for the academic year 2022-23.

University recommendation

This year, 206 different combinations for BA programs are offered by 67 colleges, departments and centers out of 79 UG programs.

Officials said candidates must prepare a list of preferred courses in advance and choose the most preferred ones, as after October 10, they will not be allowed that option.

Candidates can select from any possible combination of programs and colleges using the “Available Choices” tab in the portal. The “Advanced Filter” option, which is available at the top, can be used by candidates to filter both colleges and programs according to them.

Varsity officials have advised students to choose the maximum number of choices and said that adding or editing programs and colleges will not be allowed after the choice-filling period deadline.

Scheduled Webinar

On Wednesday, the university will discuss admissions under extracurricular activities and sports supernumerary quota for undergraduate curriculum framework (UGCFJ-2022).

Reservation policies for SC, ST, OBC-NCL, EWS and PwBD candidates will be covered in a webinar on September 28 and 29.

On September 30, a webinar on admission under the Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) will be held, according to officials.

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