Delhi University admission 2023: Delhi University officials advised candidates to complete phase I and phase II of the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) registration form as soon as possible. As there are only six days left.
During a webinar, the dean of admission Haneet Gandhi stated that while figuring out the subjects on the form. Students should make sure to mark “not applicable” opposite to the subjects they didn’t take in Class Xll.
The university had previously advised candidates to participate in the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) in the subjects that they had studied in Class XII.
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Gandhi states that “Students need to pay attention when mapping subjects they did not study in Class XII but appeared in their CUET. For instance, if they did not take physical education in Class XII but still took the CUET then the student should mark it as non-applicable.
Moreover, he added that because of the CSAS form’s algorithm. The CUET score gets automatically included.
Delhi University Admission 2023: Correction Window Deadline extended
The correction window’s deadline has also been extended by the university. Thus, Students can now make changes to certain fields by Monday. However, they will not be permitted to change the category, registered email address, gender, name, photograph, or signature.
The preferences will automatically lock on July 27 at 5 pm. Further, the university will release the simulated list on July 29. And the first CSAS allocation list will be released on 1 August 2023.
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