DU starts UG admission for 71,000 seats, introduces surplus seats for single girls

The University of Delhi (DU) has started the admission process for its undergraduate program for the academic session 2024-2025. There are 79 bachelor’s programs and 183 BA combinations in DU’s 69 colleges, with 71,000 places available.

The new session is likely to begin on August 1, 2024. The National Testing Agency’s Common University Entrance Test for Undergraduate Programs (CUET-UG) will be used to determine admission.

The university has also introduced a ‘Single Girl Child’ quota under the supernumerary category. Under this initiative, one girl will be admitted to various undergraduate programs on the basis of merit.

The university has launched the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) and the admission process will be in two phases. In the first phase, candidates have to register for the program, and in the second phase they are allocated seats.

The application fee for UG undergraduate programs is Rs 250 for UR, OBC-NCL and EWS categories and Rs 100 for SC, ST and PwBD categories. Candidates applying for BFA/BSc (PE, HE & S) / BA (H) Music have to pay an additional fee of Rs 400. For applying for ECA and Sports excess quota, there is an additional fee of Rs 100 for each quota.

Step to apply for UG programs

Phase 1

Step 1: Visit the official DU website at

Step 2: Click on the ‘New registration’ link

Step 3: Enter your CUET application number. Name, photo and signature are automatically integrated from the CUET(UG)-2024 application form. These cannot be edited.

Step 4: Fill in the required details, upload the documents and pay the fee.

Phase 2

Step 1: Once the CUET UG results are declared, log into your dashboard through the link

Step 2: Check if the programs are eligible and indicate your preference. DU will only use CUET papers which are the same as the candidates who studied in class XII

Step 3: Download the form for future use.

The order of the program and university combination selected by the candidates will become the priority list, which will determine the allocations.

If a seat is allotted in a particular round, the candidate must accept the allotted seat before the last date for the given allotment round, inaction or inactivity shall be construed as non-acceptance of the allotted seat.

Candidates are advised to check their dashboard, email and admission website for all communications, updates and schedules regarding all phases of CSAS UG.

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