Published by: Sukanya Nandy
Last updated: Oct 20, 2023 2:35 PM IST
Delhi University (DU) will announce the results for allotment of vacant seats in the mop round at 3 pm today. Candidates who participated in this round can access their seat allocations on the official admission website of Delhi University at admission.uod.ac.in.
The clearance round allocations announcement is scheduled for October 20, and candidates will have a chance to confirm their allotted seats from October 20 to October 22. As per the timetable, departments and colleges will conduct online application verification and approval processes from October 20 to October 23. It is important that candidates ensure that their online payment of admission fees is completed in a timely manner before October 24, in compliance with the stated deadline.
DU PG Admissions: Steps to Check Clearance Round Results
Step 1: Navigate to pgadmission.uod.ac.in, the official portal for CSAS PG admissions.
Step 2: On the homepage, log in to your account by adding information such as your application number, password and captcha.
Step 3: A new window will be displayed where candidates have to click on the spot application option.
Step 4: If a lecture has been assigned to the candidate, it will be displayed on the screen. If you are allocated, download the seat allocation form for the next steps in the admission process.
As per the official schedule, the university released the list of vacant seats for the upcoming round on October 18. At the same time, the registration process for the clearance round started on the same date, allowing candidates to register until October 19.
Eligibility for this round was limited to applicants who had previously applied for the CSAS PG 2023 but had not been awarded a program in any of CSAS’s previous allocation rounds, and they were allowed to apply for their desired programs in this round only.
It is important to note that the withdrawal option does not apply during the mop-up round. This means that once the candidate has accepted the seat allocation, he or she cannot withdraw from the admission process. It is important to note that this is the final and final allocation round for postgraduate admission.
During reporting, candidates must take the original documents to their assigned university. This includes Class 10 and 12 mark sheets and pass certificates, character certificates, CUET score cards, category certificates (if applicable), transfer certificates from schools or colleges, and two self-attested photographs in passport size.