DU Admissions: Blocking seats at various colleges not allowed

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With the changes introduced in the admission and withdrawal procedure at Delhi University, students will not be allowed to block seats at different colleges simultaneously.

According to the new admission process, once the cut-offs are released students should not have to go directly to the college, which they have qualified for instead must log on to DU portal and select the course/college of their choice.

After selecting the required option on the portal, admission slip of the selected college gets generated. Students have to carry the admission slip and documents if they want to take admission for the selected college. Documents include original mark sheets and pass certificates.

Speaking to Hindustan Times, a senior university official said, "The college will retain the certificates of the approved candidate in order to avoid multiple admissions. The certificates will remain with the colleges during admission to make admission smooth for colleges. Earlier, students blocked multiple seats and withdrew their applications later."

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DU Admissions: Students can't block seats

Students can take admission within three days after the cut-off is released. After submitting the admission slip, the college authorities will approve the admission on the UG portal.

If the candidate wants to take admission to different college he/she cannot approach the college directly but have to go to the college, where they got admitted and submit withdrawal application.

After receiving approval from the college to withdraw admission, the college mentions the same in the UG portal, which enables student to choose another college.

Also Read: Delhi University: Admissions for UG courses to start from June 1

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