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DU Admissions 2023: University To Announce CSAS First Seat Allocation List On August 2 @du.ac.in

Delhi University's first round of seat allocation to be announced on August 2, 2023. More details are under!!!

Vivek Singh
Delhi University (Photo Courtesy: glimpses.du.ac.in)
Delhi University (Photo Courtesy: glimpses.du.ac.in)

DU Admissions 2023: Delhi University (DU) announced the release of the first seat allocation list on August 2. Students can check their allotted course and college on the official DU website.

The correction window for registered candidates will be open from July 26 (10 am) to July 28 (4:59 pm). During this period, candidates can edit/modify certain fields based on the registration fee they have already paid. After editing, they must click on "Submit and Lock" to finalize their application. Failure to submit the edited application before the deadline will result in the auto-freezing of the details on July 28.

Candidates will have time until August 10 to make the payment for the first seat allocation list. The upgrade window will be open from August 11 to August 12. The second seat allocation list will be released on August 14, and candidates can wait until August 20 to finalize their payment. The upgradation window for this list will be open from August 21 to 22.

Subsequently, the third seat allocation list will be released on August 23, and candidates can wait until August 27 to finalize their payment. Further rounds may be announced by the University if there are vacant seats available. Classes for all BTech programs will commence on August 16.

In addition, Delhi University has extended Phase I and Phase II of CSAS undergraduate admissions until July 26. Candidates who have not registered for Phase I or have completed Phase I but haven't provided their preferences can do so now. The CSAS portal will automatically lock the saved preferences on July 27. The correction window will also remain open until July 26.

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