According to a notice released by Delhi University on the 31st of July, admissions in the university will continue for reserved category students. The 10th and last cut-off of Delhi University that came out on 29th July brought about a couple of ‘reopenings’ in several colleges for General category candidates. While General category seats might now be sealed and a few might remain vacant, the University wants to fill all reserved category seats.
Colleges have been asked to display the number of vacant seats course wise and category wise based on the actual intake of General category students up to July 31st.
Students registrations will take place between August 1st and 3rd. Students are applicable to register only if they had filled the OMR form. The candidates would then be given an acknowledgement of their registration.
After the registration, students will be admitted on the basis of merit and the number of available seats in each course. The admission procedure would be conducted between August 5th – 7th.
All reserved seats must be filled according to the actual intake. The University would be taking necessary action against the institutions who fail to do so. If in case seats remain vacant in SC/ST category due to the minimum eligibility criteria, seats can be alloted interchangeably between the two.
All colleges are supposed to submit the seats and category status of courses to the office of Registrar, Delhi University on the 8th of August.
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