In the third round of the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS), admissions will be made to all surplus quotas, including after-school activities (ECA), sports, CW (Children and Widows of the Armed Forces) and Kashmiri migrants, along with regular admissions.
“The third CSAS allocation list has been announced. Candidates will be given a two-day window on November 14-15 to accept their assigned seats,” Gupta told PTI.
The college will review and approve online applications November 14-16.
The deadline for candidates to pay their admission fees online is November 17th.
Upon completion of the third round, the university will open an upgrade window only for surplus seats and Christian candidates for St. Stephen’s College and Jesus and Mary College (JMC) on November 18-19.
“Candidates who would have elected to be admitted at one of the surplus quotas and wish to elect to upgrade in the subsequent round of that particular surplus quota may do so from Friday (November 18) at 10:00 a.m. to Saturday at 4:59 p.m do candidates will only be considered for an upgrade in the excess quota,” the registrar said.
The university will also announce vacancies for the first round of CSAS admissions on November 20. Candidates can apply for this round from November 21st to November 22nd. The first study place allocation list will be announced on November 23rd.
The candidates would have to accept the allocated seats on November 24-26.
The deadline for candidates to pay their admission fees online is November 27th.
“Upon the declaration of the first round of admissions, all candidates already admitted will be barred from admission and will not be considered for upgrades (except for superfluous upgrades),” the registrar said.
“Similarly, the admitted candidates may not withdraw their admission upon the announcement of the first round of admissions. To be considered in an admissions round, a candidate must opt for ‘spot admission’ through his/her dashboard,” he added.
The university may announce further rounds of spot admissions at a later date.
More than 15,500 students have been admitted to undergraduate courses at Delhi University colleges in the second round of seat allocation, a senior university official said.
Over 30,500 students allocated courses at Delhi University colleges have had their seats frozen, while over 23,000 candidates have opted for upgraded seats on the second list of merits, the official said.
Meanwhile, the university has also received 1,008 mid-entry applications. The university had provided a mid-posting window for new applicants from November 5th to 7th.
The admissions process, which began on September 12, will be conducted in three phases – the first phase is the application process, the second phase is for preferred occupation, and the third phase is seat allocation with admission.
This year, Delhi University is admitting students through CUET (Common University Entrance Test) scores instead of their Class 12 grades. On September 12, the university released the CSAS, its admissions and assignment policy.