DU First Merit List 2022 LIVE Updates: When can colleges reject your application? – The Indian Express

  • October 20, 2022

DU Admissions, DU UG Merit List 2022: The Delhi University (DU) yesterday released the first merit list for admissions to undergraduate courses at 5 pm. The merit list is based on CUET score for undergraduate admissions and is available at the official website — du.ac.inMeanwhile, the Supreme Court has asked St. Stephen’s College to follow the admission procedure prescribed by the Delhi University.
DU welcomed the order of the Supreme Court and said that aspirants will not face any issue and the undergraduate admissions will be conducted as per schedule.
Earlier, the merit list was supposed to release on Tuesday (October 18) but was postponed to Wednesday (October 19) after the Supreme Court said that it will hear the plea by St. Stephen’s College on Wednesday. The Delhi University college had filed a plea against the Delhi High Court order against the state court’s decision of not allowing St Stephens college to conduct interviews, along with CUET score for admissions. The DU college wants to assess a candidate based on interview, along with the CUET score, but the state high court had ordered the college to rely completely on CUET marks.
This is the first time the university is holding admission process on the basis of CUET score, which has also caused some delay in commencement of the academic year. According to the schedule released by the university, the first semester will start in November 2022 and end in March 2023.
Delhi University started ECA (Extra Curricular Activities) admissions 2022-23 from October 18 and conclude on October 27. Candidates will have to report for physical trials for admission to undergraduate courses-ECA supernumerary quota.
“The university allocated 80,164 seats across various categories. By 10 am on Thursday, 49,620 candidates had accepted the seats allocated to them,” Dean of Admissions Haneet Gandhi said.
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Candidates can accept their allotted seats till 4:59 pm of October 21. The verification and approval process has already been started by the colleges and will conclude on October 22 at 5 pm. The last date for payment of fees is October 24 till 4:59 pm.
Last year, 59,199 of the 71,748 admissions were from CBSE. The Board of School Education of Haryana is second at 2470, and the Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations CISCE came third in terms of number of admissions with 2389. Read the full report by Sukrita Baruah
A total of 520 foreign students have been admitted by Delhi University across undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD courses this academic season, a decline of over 27.5 per cent from the previous year.
The Delhi University (DU) postponed the release of the first merit list in the late hours of Monday. The list was deferred after the Supreme Court Monday said it will hear a plea by St Stephen’s College against Delhi High Court on admissions to the college on Wednesday. Now, the court has instructed the college to admit non-minority students on the basis of CUET score, and not interviews.
A college can decline a candidate's application only because of five reasons:
— Non-fulfilment of minimum eligibility by candidate
— Non-fulfilment of subject mapping criteria
— Non-fulfilment of programme-specific eligibility by candidate
— Invalid category documents or certificates
— Non-response to query raised by colleges
This year, Delhi University’s Ramjas College has been labelled as the most popular college with BCom being as the most popular course at the college. A total of 56560 students applied for the commerce programme.
After Ramjas, Kirori Mal College was the second most favoured college, followed by Sri Venketeswara College, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, and Shaheed Bhagat Singh College respectively. Read full report here
As per a schedule issued by the university, the mid-entry window will open during the third round of the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) from November 5 to 7.
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Although scoring good grades is always desirable, it may not be possible for every child for different reasons. Such students need not lose courage, here are some options you can look at if you have scored less than 80%:
— Choose open universities over regular colleges
— Appear for competitive exams
— Consider going abroad for higher studies
— Pursue ‘underdog’ courses
— Take a drop year
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THe first semester of the incoming students is expected to begin in November and end in March 2023, with only a few days of gap available in between the first and second semester. This is the first time the university is holding admission process on the basis of CUET score, which has also caused some delay in commencement of the academic year. 
Aspirants who registered for undergraduate courses at the Delhi University can check the first seat allocation list at the official DU website — du.ac.in
Step 1: Visit the official website — uod.ac.in
Step 2: Click on the login link
Step 3: Log into personal admission dashboards
Step 4: Check notification on course-college allocation
Only those candidates who have been admitted to a programme in a college will be able to opt for upgradation in subsequent round(s). Candidates are advised to keep checking the ‘query’ tab regularly in case the college they have applied to have raised a query and respond to it before stipulated time.
Once the candidate has checked their result, they have to ‘accept allocation’ given under the User Action Tab. Upon receiving the ‘approval from the college principal’ the candidate will have to confirm their admission by paying the fees. The candidates have to take a printout of the acknowledgment receipt for future reference.
Now that the first merit list has been released, candidates can accept the seats allotted to them till 4:59 p of October 21. The verification and approval process has already been started by the colleges and will conclude on October 22 at 5 pm. The last date for payment of fees is October 24 till 4:59 pm.
The first merit list of Delhi University was supposed to be released on October 18 but got postponed by a day as the Supreme Court was hearing a plea filed by St. Stephen’s College. The college filed a plea against Delhi HC order in which it was directed to follow the DU admission policy. The plea seeking a stay on Delhi HC order was dismissed and St. Stephen’s was asked by the SC to follow the DU admission policy. Read more
DU Admissions 2022, DU Admissions, DU UG merit list, Delhi university DU Admissions 2022: The merit list was originally meant to be released on October 18, but was postponed due to the ongoing court battle with St Stephens college. (Representative image. Express photo)
DU UG First merit list LIVE Updates: Delhi University will start the academic year in November this year and the incoming students will only get a few days gap between the end of their first and beginning of the second semester. The UG admissions are being carried out based on CUET Scores this year.

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