63,900 seats out of a total of 70,000 Ug seats


Those who applied through the CSAS-2022-UG for admissions but were not accepted to any college on the date the special admissions round was announced can now participate in another special admissions round.

Delhi University (DU) has announced that it will close admissions for this year by the end of this month. So far, DU has granted admissions to 63,900 of the total 70,000 UG seats, The Economic Times reported citing official data from the university.

“It is notified that the last date of admission for all undergraduate and postgraduate programs at the University of Delhi for the academic session 2022-23 will be on Saturday 31st December 2022,” reads a notice from Registrar Vikas Gupta .

This year, admissions were based on Common University Entrance Test (CUET) scores and multiple rounds of place allocations were made by DU.

Those who applied through the CSAS-2022-UG for admissions but were not accepted to any college on the date the special admissions round was announced can now participate in another special admissions round.

Meanwhile, the university has released the special DU UG Admission 2022 admission calendar on the official website of the University of Delhi at https://admission.uod.ac.in/.

On December 18, the university will announce vacancies for Special Admission in UG programs. Following the announcement, candidates will be able to register online between December 19 and 20.

Results will be announced on December 22 and those selected must accept admission by 4:59 p.m. on December 23. It is mandatory to be admitted in DU for the seat assigned during the special admission round. If a candidate fails to be admitted, they will no longer be eligible for admission to DU.

Those who are admitted in the special admission round will not be allowed to withdraw their admissions later. To ensure they are considered for this round, applicants will need to select “Special Admission” on their dashboard, the university’s notification said.


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