Delhi University officials on Tuesday advised students to be careful when filling out the forms as there are certain sections where post-submission editing options are not available. On Tuesday, the university hosted its first information webinar on admissions.
At the webinar, representatives of the university spoke about the Unified Seat Allocation System (CSAS)-2022 and answered questions from applicants.
On Monday, the university began the second phase of the undergraduate admissions process. Allowing applicants to choose their program and preferred college combination.
Stages 2 and 1, which began on September 12, will last until October 10. Both stages require College Entrance Examination (CUET) results.
Haneet Gandhi, Dean of Admissions, said: “Students should take the time to complete the form. Do not rush to fill out the form and do not wait for the last day to fill it out. There are sections that do not allow you to edit parameters,” he said.
Officials said students should be very careful when filling out personal details such as names, parents’ names and grades.
DU launched an entry portal through CUET on September 12 as part of the UG program for the 2022-23 academic year.
This year, admissions are made to 79 UG programs at 67 colleges, departments and centers, including 206 unions for undergraduate programs.
The Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS-2022) is being implemented in three phases. In step 1 you apply from the University of Delhi, in step 2 you indicate your preference and in step 3 you assign locations and admissions.
Officials said candidates should list their preferred courses in advance and vote for the most preferred, as no option will be provided after October 10.
The “Available Preferences” section of the portal displays all possible combinations of programs and universities from which applicants can choose. According to them, candidates can filter colleges and programs using the “Advanced Filter” option above.
University officials advised students to select their maximum preferences. Stating that adding or editing programs and universities is not allow after the preference completion phase is complete.
On Wednesday, the university will discuss the undergraduate curriculum framework (UGCFJ-2022) on quotas for extracurricular activities and extracurricular sports activities.
The Non-College Women’s Education Council (NCWEB) Webinar. On Reservation Policy for SC, ST, OBC-NCL, EWS and PmBD candidates will held September 28-29.
The Non-University Education Council (NCWEB) webinar for women will take place on September 30, officials said.