The Delhi College will “very quickly” launch the Widespread Seat Allocation System (CSAS) portal for the aspirants to replenish functions for admission in undergraduate programs, Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Singh on Wednesday. The college this 12 months is taking admission based mostly on the Widespread College Entrance Take a look at (CUET) scores.
The debut version of the CUET-UG concluded on Tuesday. In response to the preliminary plan, all phases of the CUET-UG had been scheduled to conclude on August 20.
The delay within the CUET-UG resulted in a delay in admission to the DU.
“We are going to begin the CSAS portal for the aspirants very quickly. The work is in progress. And we are going to begin the admission course of very quickly,” Singh advised PTI. Nonetheless, he didn’t give any tentative date for the portal launch.
Earlier, the college was anticipated to launch the portal by the final week of August. Admission by way of the CSAS might be carried out in three phases — submission of the CSAS 2022 software type, number of programmes and filling of preferences, and seat allocation and admission.
It’s the second part the place the CUET rating is required. The second part of the admission course of can solely start after the declaration of the CUET-UG 2022 outcomes.
A candidate should choose the programmes wherein they wish to take admission. They should affirm the programme-specific CUET-UG advantage rating for all the chosen programmes. Within the third part, seats might be allotted by way of a advantage record.
In mid-August, the DU notified that it’ll quickly launch its software course of for admission to undergraduate programmes for the brand new tutorial session and requested the candidates to make sure that their paperwork and certificates are prepared by August 31.
The College Grants Fee (UGC) had, in March, introduced that it will likely be obligatory for all central universities to confess college students by way of the CUET.
From technical glitches to a last-minute change within the examination centres and uninformed adjustments within the examination dates to confess playing cards mentioning previous dates, the scholars confronted a number of points.
With 14.9 lakh registrations, the CUET — the frequent gateway for undergraduate admissions in all central universities — is now the second greatest entrance examination within the nation, surpassing the JEE-Foremost’s common registration of 9 lakh.
The NEET-UG is the largest entrance check in India with a mean of 18 lakh registrations.