CUET Result 2022 Out Now: DU Admissions 2022 Likely to Get Tougher
NTA published the CUET UG 2022 Result on 16 September 2022. DU started the UG admission process on the CSAS portal on 12 September.
CUET Result 2022: The National Testing Agency(NTA) published the CUET UG 2022 Results on 16 September 2022. The CUET Result 2022 can be used to secure admission to central universities and other universities across the country.
As per reports, close to 20,000 candidates have scored the perfect 100th percentile in the CUET Result 2022 for various UG courses. Hence it can be expected that the admission race for DU seats in the top courses will be tough. For instance, CUET Result 2022 for English had the highest number of 100 percentile scores at 8,236 and also had 33,627 candidates scoring above the 95 percentile. That said, during DU admission 2021, only 3,100 seats were allotted for BA English(Hons) across 46 DU-affiliated colleges.
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DU Admissions 2022
Delhi University started the UG admission process on the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) portal on 12 September. The DU admission portal will remain open for 21 days, and the last day to apply is 3 October. The application fee for general category candidates is INR 250 and INR 100 for reserved category candidates. Candidates can now register for DU admission 2022 on the CSAS portal: ugadmission.uod.ac.in.
DU admissions 2022 process will be different from the previous years. Starting this year, the DU admission process 2022 will consist of three stages:
- Submission of the CSAS 2022 application form
- Selection of programmes and filling of preferences
- Seat allocation and admission
In previous years, DU colleges published their cut-off for admission to various courses based on the candidate’s 12th standard marks. The cut-off was calculated using the best of four marks, including one language and three academic subjects. Afterwards, the colleges publish the second, third and fourth cut-off based on the number of vacancies.
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