DU Admission 2022 Over 59000 Students Takes Admission Know Spot Allocation System | How many seats are vacant in Delhi Universi
Delhi University has 70,000 seats for undergraduate courses. Admission is being done on these seats. However, seats are still lying vacant in many colleges.
Delhi University Admission
So far, 59,401 students have been given admission in undergraduate programs in Delhi University colleges. A senior official gave this information on Sunday. The third round of seat allocation ended on Thursday. DU Dean of Admission Haneet Gandhi said that 2000 students have withdrawn their admission. He told that 14000 seats are still lying vacant in the university. most of the seats Delhi University There are vacancies in top colleges. This year admission in DU is being done on the basis of Common University Entrance Test (CUET) score.
Students are told that admission on vacant seats will be done through ‘spot admission’. Haneet Gandhi said, ‘59,401 students have been given admission in colleges of Delhi University. 14000 seats are vacant. 2000 students have withdrawn their admission. We have also released the list of vacant seats for the first spot allocation round of CSAS (Common Seat Allocation System).
There are 70,000 seats in the undergraduate program in Delhi University. In the third round of CSAS, students were given admission under Extra Curricular Activity (EWS), Sports, Kashmiri Migrants quota. DU Dean of Admission said, ‘1001 students were given admission under Sports Quota, 438 students under ECA and 1372 under CW Quota.’
Will be able to take spot admission on this day
Candidates are told that spot allocation admission can be taken from 21 November to 22 November till 4.59 pm. The first spot allocation list will be released on Wednesday, 23 November. Students will be given time from 24 to 26 November to take admission on the allotted seat. The last date for online fee payment will be November 27.
Unlike the CSAS round, the seats secured in the spot admission round will be final. The DU official said that even after different rounds of spot admission system, the seats will not be upgraded. The university will provide information about each and every vacant seat and candidates will be given the option to select only one course.