By | 26 Oct 2022 at 9:35 PM
Delhi University academic council okays UG admissions based on CUET scores

DU Admission 2022: A day after the first round of seat allotment ended, Delhi University published a list of vacant seats on Wednesday.

According to the list, only one or two seats will be available for candidates in many courses in the second round of seat allocation. Some courses, such as BA Economics at Hindu College and BA Program (History + Political Science) at Aryabhatta College, are completely full.

The majority of seats in popular colleges on DU’s North Campus, such as Hindu and Miranda House, are already taken.

Similarly, there are only a few PWD seats left in many courses at St. Stephen’s College. Only five unreserved seats in BSc (Hons) Physics and two in BSc (Hons) Chemistry are available at the prestigious college.

Miranda House College has filled all of the seats in more than 20 courses. The number of vacant seats, according to DU, may change due to reshuffle, relinquishment, and cancellation. The first round of seat allotment at DU ended on Tuesday, with approximately 59,100 candidates paying fees to confirm their admission to undergraduate programmes. DU According to Registrar Vikas Gupta, the university will announce the second round of the Central Seat Allotment System (CSAS Round-II) on October 30 depending on seat availability.