As part of its final round of undergraduate admissions for the academic year 2022–2023 under a special spot round, Delhi University announced unfilled seats across colleges on Wednesday.
As part of its final round of undergraduate admissions for the academic year 2022–2023 under a special spot round, Delhi University on Wednesday announced unfilled seats across colleges. According to a university spokesman, 65,000 of the 70,000 seats across all institutions have been filled. This will be the final round of undergraduate admissions for a few shortlisted colleges, according to a notification from Registrar Vikas Gupta.
Candidates who applied for CSAS (Common Seat Allocation System) – 2022 but were not admitted to any colleges on the day of the announcement of the special spot admission round may participate, according to Mr. Gupta. Days after the first special spot admission round ended, the second one was announced.
The second special spot admission round will not be open to applicants who received a place in any spot round, he added. The admitted candidates will not be permitted to revoke their admissions following the announcement of this round, Mr. Gupta continued. The candidates must select “Special Spot – 2” on the website dashboard in order to be taken into consideration for the round.
Thursday will mark the completion of the application process, which began on Wednesday. The admissions procedure for undergraduate and graduate programmes for the current academic session will end on Saturday, the university has said.