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ECA Quota Admission: The list of eligible students has been released after evaluating the certificates of the students for the extracurricular activity (ECA) admissions in the University of Delhi (DU). Now students can lodge any complaint regarding their marks in Grievance Committee. For this, the administration has given three days (October 19 to October 21) to the students. The final centralized merit list will be released after redressal of grievances. The administration has constituted a Grievance Committee for redressal of complaints.

Admission to undergraduate courses in DU is also done based on the ECA quota. A separate merit list is issued for this. Due to the Corona epidemic, trials are not being taken for admission under 14 categories of ECA and admission is to be done based on their certificates only. In such a situation, based on the three best certificates of the students, they are given marks. Now students can register their complaints regarding marks. The administration has advised the students to use this link for redressal of grievances.

The administration has clarified that the students need not visit the admission branch for redressal of their grievances. Students are advised to visit the UG admission portal regularly for detailed guidelines on UG ECA Admission 2021. There will be a final centralized ECA merit list for each category and sub-category along with the ranking of the candidates for admission to UG courses. This list will be issued after redressal of grievances. After that, the admission process for the ECA quota will start from November 08. It is noteworthy that this time 14,037 applications have been received for the top 10 ECA category.

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14 categories of ECA Creative Writing (Hindi-English), Dance (Indian Classical, Indian Folk, Western, Choreography) Debate (Hindi-English) Digital Media (Photography, Film Making, Animation), Fine Arts (Sketching-Patting, Sculpture), Music Vocal (Indian, Western), Indian Musical Instrument, Western Musical Instrument, Theatre, Quiz, NCC, NSS, Yoga, Theology.

Admission opportunities for the general category in popular courses will be less

The admission round for Delhi University’s 3rd cut-off is going on. Due to Eid-ul-Milad, students have got four days to take admission in this cut-off. If you have not enrolled in this cut-off, then enroll immediately. In the third cut-off list, the admission opportunities for the general category in the popular courses are going to decrease.

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Most of the opportunities will be for reserved categories only. Only after the cancellation of admission, seats will remain for admission in the special cut-off of some colleges.

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