Delhi University: Mid-entry admission for CSAS Phase I, II begins
Delhi University (DU), one of the top universities in India, opened a two-day window for mid-entry registrations for the 2022 undergraduate admissions on its official website on Saturday. This provision will allow the candidates of Phase I and Phase II of the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) to register for mid-entry. The two-day window was activated at 10 am on Saturday.
Why does this story matter?
- In October, Delhi University (DU) released the first round of seat allocation for undergraduate courses based on the merit secured in the Common Universities Entrance Test (CUET).
- The provision allows mid-entry for fresh applicants or the upgradation of preferences if they are already admitted to DU.
- Around six lakh students have applied for admission to the university for over 65,000 seats in different courses.
Mid-entry for fresh applicants and already admitted
The two-day window for mid-entry registration will be closed at 4:59 pm on Monday (November 7). This provision will allow mid-entry for fresh applicants as well as options for the candidates already registered at the University of Delhi to upgrade courses. The university's CSAS Phase II for filling preferences of colleges and the programs began on October 10 and lasted for two days.
Here is what official notification reads
"A two-day window will now be activated at 10:00 am Saturday, November 05, 2022, till 04:59 pm Monday, November 07, 2022, with a provision of Mid-Entry for fresh applicants and the option for upgradation for candidates who are already admitted in the University of Delhi."
Window for candidates in third round of CSAS
As per the notification, "Through the provision of Mid-Entry, the candidates who either failed to apply in CSAS Phase I or failed to complete Phase II can participate in the third round of CSAS." Moreover, candidates are advised to check the official website of the university (www.du.ac.in) for updated information and other important details.