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latest Updates Regarding DU UG Admission Third merit list 2022

latest Updates Regarding DU UG Admission Third merit list 2022





DU UG Admission 2022: Third merit list will be released tomorrow, know the vacant seats for round 3


 DU UG Admission 2022: Delhi University will release the third merit list for undergraduate admission tomorrow, November 10.  Candidates can check the DU merit list on or after 5 PM by logging on to the official admission portal of the university, admission.uod.ac.in.  For merit list check applicants need to log in to the official website using CUET application number and password.


 


 Before releasing the third merit list, Delhi University has released the course and college wise number of vacant seats for undergraduate admissions.  The university had also given a two-day window from November 5 to 7 for mid-entry for fresh applicants and up-gradation for those who have already taken admission.


 DU said, "Through the provision of mid-entry, candidates who either failed to apply in CSAS Phase I or could not complete Phase II will be able to participate in the third round of CSAS."


 DU UG admission 2022: Vacant seats for round 3


 After the release of merit list, candidates will have to accept the allotted seat between November 11 (10 AM) to November 13 (4:59 PM).  The last date for payment of online application fee is 15 November (4:59 PM).


 DU will announce the first spot allotment round for the vacant seats by November 17.  Candidates can apply for DU spot allotment round from November 18 to 19.  DU will release the first spot allotment list on November 22.  Candidates can accept the allotted seat till November 24.  ,


 DU affiliated colleges will verify and approve DU applications by November 25.  The last date for online payment of admission fee by the candidates against DU spot allotment list is November 26.  More than 33,739 applicants have applied for the upgrade of seats after the first round of Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS).  Out of which 34 percent students have been given preference for higher colleges and courses.

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