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Delhi University Admission 2024-25: DU introduces reservation for single girl child, check registration, fees

Delhi University Admission 2024-25 registration process has been started on the CSAS portal. This year, the varsity has introduced reservations for single girl child in all programmes as part of the supernumerary seats. Check registration procedure, fee, and other details.

Edited By: Nidhi Mittal @nidhi_mittal09 New Delhi Updated on: May 29, 2024 13:45 IST
Delhi University Admission 2024-25 registration begins
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Delhi University began the admission process for the academic session of 2024-25 for undergraduate courses. The academic session of this year is likely to commence in August 2024. While there are no major changes in the admission policy this year, the varsity, in a first, has introduced reservations for single girl child in all programmes as part of the supernumerary seats, DU registrar Vikas Gupta said, reported PTI.

One seat in each course reserved for a single girl child

The officials of Delhi University announced on Tuesday that they are introducing the single girl child quota across various programmes under its supernumerary category. Under this quota, one seat in each course in all colleges will be granted to a single girl child based on merit. This quota refers to those that are created over and above the seats already approved for a college.

Last year, DU introduced a supernumerary category to provide admissions to orphan students; a male and a female in each programme of each college.

71,000 seats on offer

The varsity has launched the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) for admission in undergraduate programmes into 69 colleges and various departments, with 71,000 seats on offer. As per the information provided by the officials, Within three hours of the launch, the CSAS website received 5,911 applications, reported PTI.

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Admission in two phases

The admission process will be conducted in two phases. The first phase of the registration process will be simple. The student will have to provide their personal information and academic scores of class 12th, along with the CUET application number during the registration process. The second phase will be the allocation of seats after the results of the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) are declared. 

Application Fee

The candidates from the background of unreserved, other backward classes and economically weaker sections, will have to pay the application fee of Rs 250. Candidates from the background of scheduled caste, scheduled tribe and persons with benchmark disabilities(PwBD) will have to pay Rs 100.

For the candidates who fail to register on CSAS, a mid-entry option will be provided for which candidates will have to pay a fee of Rs 1,000 and such candidates can't claim seats which has been allocated to another candidate who applied in the initial phase.

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Registration window to remain active for one month

The Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) website has been opened for the first phase of the admission process i.e. for the registration of the students and it will remain open for a month. While submitting registrations, the candidates will have to provide their details, academic scores in Class 12, and the CUET (UG) application number, including other details like the name of parents, social category, caste, and gender. 

Second phase to be intiated after CUET results

The second phase will start with the announcement of the CUET (UG) results, after which students will have to complete their preference-filling. Candidates are advised to select as many programme and college combinations as possible to maximize their chances of seat upgradation. After the allocation round, candidates will have to accept the seat allocated and the college concerned will check the eligibility and validity of the uploaded documents. Once it is confirmed, the candidate will be able to pay the fees and complete the admission process. DU will provide details of vacant seats post each round. A mid-entry phase will also be available for late applicants. DU will admit 20 to 30 per cent extra students in various categories to maximize seat occupancy, with some adjustments based on the previous year's withdrawal rates. 

SOL admission registrations next month

The university will start the admission of candidates for the School of Open Learning (SOL) next month and the portal for registration will be operative from June 3, and the admission process for Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board (NCWEB) started on Tuesday. Admission only in the bachelor's programmes under SOL and NCWEB will be based on the marks obtained in class 12th.

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