Delhi University UG Admission 2022: The last date for seat acceptance against DU CSAS Round 3 list ended on 15 November at 4:59 PM. Moreover, over 9,500 students accepted the seats till Monday evening. Two days were given to candidates for responding to the allocated seats from 14 to 15 November 2022.
Further, the University of Delhi has allocated nearly 16,000 seats in the CSAS third allocation round. This round is conducted for supernumerary quotas- ECA, sports, CW and Kashmiri migrants, as well as regular admissions, were also taken.
Till now, more than 61,500 aspirants have secured their seats in DU through the first, second and third UG admissions rounds. The total number of seats for undergraduate programs/ courses at Delhi University is 70,000.
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According to DU officials, the candidates were only allowed to accept the seats till 15 November (4:59 PM). Thereafter, colleges can verify the documents and approve the candidate’s admission by 16 November, today by 4:59 PM. Also, the candidates can make the admission fee payment only by 17 November (4:59 PM).
Further, the DU CSAS 3 round list will open an upgrade window for supernumerary seats and Christian candidates in St. Stephen and JMC, not for regular admissions. The window will open on 18 November and close on 19 November.
After the completion of the 3rd round, the varsity will release the number of vacant seats on 20 November. Consequently, the candidates can apply against the spot allocation from 21 to 22 November. Then, the list will be declared on 23 November
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