DU UG first allocation round 2023: University of Delhi has closed the window of the first round on the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) portal. Now students can’t accept the seats that have been assigned to them.
According to university officials, 76,540 students registered for the DU college and course on August 4 at 7 pm.
Further, candidates should be aware that those who didn’t accept their allotment. They will not be considered for the admissions process or course “upgrade” in the future.
Besides, 26,303 of the total applicants used the CSAS portal at admission.uod.ac.in to submit their fees. In other words, they completed their admission process on the official portal.
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By 5 August, Delhi University Colleges approve the applicant’s application. Along with this, the university gave the time to pay the admission fee till August 6 (5 pm).
According to the schedule, vacant seats will release on 7 August at 5 pm for round 2 allocation. Moreover, the start of the academic year for semesters 1, 3, 5, and 7 is on 16 August.
Further, candidates should keep note that during DU UG first allocation round, almost 85,853 applicants get seats. Female candidates received more seats among those obtained in the first round than male candidates.
In number, female candidates got around 45,287 seats. While male candidates gained about 40,565 seats. Also, a transsexual candidate received one seat.
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