According to officials, just about 3,500 seats in undergraduate programmes at Delhi University have been allocated to candidates in the most recent round of admission, while approximately 6,000 seats are still open across campuses.
Of the 70,000 available undergraduate seats, they said that about 64,000 have been filled as of this point. It's the final stretch of the admissions process. The institution has announced that the application period will end on 31 December 2022 for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes for the academic year 2022–2023.
According to a senior official, all 70,000 seats across colleges won't be filled this academic year. "The institution allocated about 3,500 spots in the most recent round of admissions. By December 31st, the admissions process for the semester would be finished "Haneet Gandhi, DU's dean of admission, stated. Gandhi responded, "No, this is the last round for admission into undergraduate programmes," when asked if there would be any additional rounds announced. This indicates that 2,500 seats across universities will remain unfilled even if the 3,500 candidates accept the offered seats.
Application processing, preference filling, and seat allotment/combination admission are the three stages of the university's admissions procedure. This year, the university will accept applicants based on their performance on the Common University Entrance Test rather than their grades from Class 12. In off-campus colleges, the seats are mainly empty. Additionally, most of these universities have had trouble filling seats in the past.