Delhi University (DU), a renowned institution in India, welcomes eager students once again to shape their futures through higher education. With the announcement of the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) results, the university has initiated the second phase of its undergraduate admission process. Let us delve into DU’s diverse opportunities, fostering academic brilliance and personal growth.

DU stands out with an impressive array of undergraduate programs, providing 71,000 student seats. There are 78 diverse undergraduate courses and 198 Bachelor of Arts (BA) program combinations across 68 esteemed colleges. This vast selection allows students to pursue their passions and interests, creating a vibrant community of talent and ambition. The university’s webinars provide invaluable support to candidates during the admission process, ensuring a transparent and inclusive experience.

DU’s admission process consists of three phases. Phase one includes registration, where students fill out their applications and provide necessary details, Class XII final exam scores, and their CUET-UG 2023 application number and pay the registration fee. However, it is important to note that phase one is still open, ensuring that opportunities are noticed for aspirants eager to be a part of DU’s prestigious community. Phase two allows aspiring students to confirm their CUET (UG)-2023 merit scores and select their preferred courses and colleges. The third phase, commencing on August 1, focuses on seat allotment based on candidate preferences, merit, and category, ensuring fairness and inclusivity. Recognising the need for minor corrections, DU offers a one-time correction window until July 20. Candidates can rectify select fields in their application, ensuring accurate and complete information. However, details like name, photograph, signature, gender, registered email ID, phone number, and category cannot be modified.

DU’s admission process is merit-based, with the National Testing Agency (NTA) normalising students’ CUET marks. This system ensures deserving candidates are recognised and given a spot in their preferred program. DU allocates 20% extra seats in unreserved, OBC-NCL, and EWS categories and 30% extra allotments for all programs for SC, ST, and PwBD categories. Additionally, in colleges with low withdrawals, 10% extra allotments may be made for UR, OBC-NCL, and EWS, and 15% for SC, ST, and PwBD.

Shival Kathe
B Tech IIT Delhi, Founder - PracBee. IIT Math faculty for 12 years
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