DU UG Admission 2022: Admission process will begin with portal launch on Monday

Delhi University will begin the admissions process for the 2022-23 academic year from Monday with the launch of the Common Seating Allocation System (CSAS) on Monday.

The CSAS portal was supposed to be launched by the last week of August, but due to the delay in the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) result, the process has been delayed. Delhi University will admit students this year through CUET scores.

All phases of the first edition of CUET-UG were originally scheduled to end on August 20, but the exam was further postponed and divided into six phases to accommodate students whose exam was postponed due to several issues. CUET-UG finally ended on August 30 with a 60% attendance registered.

On Friday, the Chairman of the University Grants Commission, Jagadesh Kumar, quoted by the PTI news agency, said that “the National Testing Agency (NTA) is expected to announce the results of the CUET-UG by September 15 or if possible, even a few days earlier”.

“All participating universities can keep their web portals ready to start the UG admissions process based on the CUET-UG score,” he added.

How will the admissions procedure work?

The new admissions process through the CSAS portal will take place in three phases: submission of the CSAS 2022 application form, selection of programs and filling in preferences, and allocation of places and admission to the selected course.

In the first phase, the applicant will complete the CSAS 2022 application form through the online portal.

In the second phase, the candidate will select the program in which he wishes to be admitted. This phase can only take place after the announcement of the CUET-UG 2022 results. After the announcement of the CUET scores, applicants will be required to confirm the program-specific CUET-UG merit score.

And in the third phase, applicants will be selected for registered programs through a merit list.

Last month, DU notified the start of the admission process for the new academic session and asked applicants to prepare their certificates and documents.

In March, UGC asked all central universities to admit students through CUET exams.

CUET is now the second largest exam in the country, second only to NEET-UG exams, which averages 18 lakh enrolments.

With PTI entries

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