According to DU officials, Delhi University has closes the second phase of its undergraduate admissions process on Wednesday night with 245,239 applicants. This year, the university received 217,653 DU UG registration.
There is a significant increase over last year’s 217,653. The 12.7% rise in applications was attributed by officials to more students taking the Common University Entrance Test (CUET). Further, DU will continue to use the CUET scores, a procedure that was introduced last year.
This year, Kirori Mal College received the most applications, with 161,533 students choosing it on their form. With 158,548 applications, Hindu College came in second, followed by Hansraj College (157,162) and Ramjas (156,068).
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On DU’s Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) portal, students may choose as many colleges as they wished. Therefore, the same student could submit applications to multiple colleges.
Further, as per the DU UG registration the most well-liked colleges include Sri Venkateswara College. And the famous Dyal Singh College, and Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College.
DU will now focus on determining how many of the candidates are selected for the 71,000 available seats at the university. 65,000 students were accepted by the university last year.
According to officials, on July 27 the CSAS portal has lock students’ preferences for programs. Moreover, On July 29 at 5:00 PM, the simulated ranks will be released. After then, until July 30 at 11.59 p.m., the correction window will open.