DU Admissions 2022 likely to begin this month, portal to be launched 'very soon'

DU Admissions 2022 likely to begin this month, portal to be launched 'very soon'

Delhi University, DU is all set to begin the DU Admissions2022 process very soon. Based on what officials had stated last month, the UG admissions portal for DU is expected to be launched in September. As per the latest update, DU Vice Chancellor has stated the admission process will begin "very soon".

With theCUET UGexams concluding on August 30, 2022, students can expect various universities and colleges to begin their UG Admissions process soon.

As far as DU is concerned, Vice ChancellorYogesh Singh has informed that the Common Seat Allocation System, CSAS portal for the aspirants to fill up applications for admission in undergraduate courses will be launched “very soon”.

Earlier on, the 100-year-old Delhi varsity had asked students to start preparing their documents and have them ready with them by August 31, 2022.  

Through the DU admissions portal – CSAS, students will be applying for their admission in three phases. The first phase would include submitting the application form and applying for the admissions process in Delhi University.

The second phase would include candidates' selecting the preferred programmes and filling in their choices. This phase, however, can only begin once the CUET Scores are released. Depending on their CUET scores, candidates would become eligible for admission.  

The third and last phase, once candidates have submitted their CUET UG marks would be seat allocation and admission. The DU admissions process is expected to be completed by September end. The varsity is hopeful that the classes for first-year students would begin in the first or second week of October.

DU Admissions 2022 was initially set to begin in the last week of August but due to the vast amounts of technical glitches faced by students during their CUET UG Exams, NTA had postponed the exams. Due to this delay, the admission process was pushed back by a week, as per officials.