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Delhi University Admission: Confused about Delhi University Admission Process? These webinars can help

The University of Delhi (DU) will be holding a series of Public Awareness Webinars starting today, September 27, to orient students on the Common Seating Allocation System (CSAS) and other aspects associated with undergraduate (UG) admission.

The webinars will be broadcast live on the official Delhi University Youtube channel. On September 27, UG admissions under the Common Seating Allocation System (CSAS)-2022 would be explained. While on Wednesday, the university official would explain the framework of the undergraduate program (UGCFJ-2022) of admissions under extracurricular activities and sports supernumerary quota.

On September 28-29, the Webinar on Booking Policies for SC, ST, OBC-NCL, EWS, and PwBD Applicants and Non-Collegiate Women Education Board (NCWEB) Admissions will take place.

Meanwhile, on September 30, a Non-Collegiate Women Education Board (NCWEB) Admissions Webinar will take place.

The University of Delhi started the second phase of the admissions process for undergraduate programs on Monday which will allow applicants to choose their program and college combination preferences. Aspirants can fill in their preferences online on the official website – admission.uod.ac.in before October 10.

This year, admissions are through 79 UG programs in 67 colleges, departments and centers of the University of Delhi, which also includes 206 combinations for the BA program.

The Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS-2022) is conducted in three phases, the first phase will be applying to Delhi University, the second phase will be the filling of preferences and the third phase will be the allocation of seats with admission.

The university advised students to choose the maximum number of preferences and said adding or changing programs and colleges after the deadline for the preference filling phase will not be allowed. After the preference filling phase, the university will publish a mock list of tentative allocations. Two days will be given to students to reorganize their program and college preferences.

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