DU Supernumerary Allocation list: the University of Delhi has released the second round list for ECA, Sports, and the CW quota to take admission in UG courses for the academic session 2022-23. Therefore, candidates can check the list on the official website i.e., admission.uod.ac.in.
Further, as per the DU official notification, 12 categories are selected to take admission under the ECA supernumerary quotas but NCC and NSS. To make the 2- round list, varsity considers the total 75 marks for all the 12 categories. Specifically, 60 marks for physical tests and the remaining 15 marks for certificates.
From 19 to 26 October, the physical trial was conducted for DU ECA supernumerary quotas seats. Now, the university will take admission as per the released second round. Moreover, candidates can accept the seats offered under the DU Supernumerary allocation list from the dashboard.
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According to the Delhi University official statement, “Candidates who have applied for the ECA supernumerary quota have to necessarily submit an undertaking at the time of admission. Also, they have to participate in the activities of the college/ University. In case candidates can’t do so the college has all the right to cancel the admission anytime during the entire duration of the candidates’ program or course.”
Furthermore, a total of 252 candidates has shortlisted for the ECA round 2 allocation list. Whereas, 112 candidates have been shortlisted in the sports category and 1070 in the CW category for DU UG admissions 2022.
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