The list of seats available (if any) will be made public by Delhi University on the morning on October 26. Beginning at 10 am tomorrow, the official DU website, ugadmission.uod.ac.in , will be accessible for preferences to be changed and organised.
The university had previously warned that only applicants who paid the admission costs for CSAS round 1 would have the chance to “upgrade,” and that candidates who did not submit admission payments by the deadline of 2 pm on October 25 would not be eligible to participate in any further rounds.
Candidates applying from non-general categories should be aware that in the first round of the Common Seat Allocation System, seat allocations for those applicants whose category certificates were missing were denied.
The notification continued, “Subject to the availability of seats in the unserved category and other allocation policies stated in the University of Delhi’s CSAS document, subject to meeting the merit of the UR category and preference order submitted by the candidate, all such candidates shall be considered in the unreserved category in CSAS round 2.”
Delhi University has received admission confirmations from more than 54,000 applicants for the forthcoming academic session, which will start in November. After their applications were accepted, 54,162 hopefuls had already paid their fees as of Monday night.
The revised amount is the result of extending the fee payment deadline. Students received the extension after applicants requested it because of the current festival season.