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Nearly 60,000 students have been admitted to undergraduate programs at Delhi University colleges, a senior official said on Sunday, adding that more than 14,000 places are still vacant.

Haneet Gandhi, the DU’s dean of admissions, said the third round of seat allocation at the university ended on Thursday, while more than 2,000 students withdrew their admission. These seats will be filled through seating rounds.

“No less than 59,401 students were admitted to Delhi Universitythere colleges. More than 14,000 seats are vacant. More than 2,000 students withdrew their admission. We have also released a list of vacant seats for the first round of CSAS (Common Seat Allocation System) seating,” Gandhi told PTI by phone.

Candidates can check the list of vacant seats on its official website —

At Delhi University, there are 70,000 places in undergraduate programs.

Gandhi also informed that in the third round of CSAS, students were also admitted to all supernumerary quotas including Extracurricular Activities (ECA), Sports, Children/Widows of Armed Forces (CW) Personnel and Migrants Kashmiri.

“Up to 1,001 students have been admitted through sports quotas, 438 students in ECA and 1,372 in CW,” Gandhi told PTI.

Meanwhile, the university will release the first Common Seating System Seating List on Wednesday, November 23 at 5 p.m.

Candidates should carefully review the list of vacant seats in order to be able to apply for the desired seats. Applications for vacant seats will begin at 10:00 a.m. on Monday.

Once the list is published, candidates can accept the allocated seats between November 24 and 26. The deadline for paying admission fees online is November 27, according to PTI reports.

According to the official notification, with the publication of the first round of admission‘s vacant seats on Sunday, the admissions of all previously admitted applicants will be considered confirmed and they will not be permitted for upgrades. However, there are exceptions for supernumerary upgrades. Similarly, admitted applicants will not be permitted to withdraw their admissions after the release of the first-round admissions process.

DU’s admissions process, which began September 12, has three phases – application process, filling in preferences, and assigning seats with admission.

This year, the university is admitting students through the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) instead of their class 12 grades.

(With PTI inputs)

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