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    DU Admission 2023: CSAS portal, number of seats, key points on supernumerary seats under sports, ECA quota

    DU UG Admission 2023: DU will also offer Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in the College of Art.

    The University of Delhi (DU) has launched the admission portal to admit students to its undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD programmes today, June 14 for its academic session 2023-24. The Delhi University will offer around 71,000 seats and will have 78 UG programmes and 198 BA programme combinations through its 68 colleges, while the university will offer admission to 77 PG programmes in 58 departments and centres. Admission to all these programmes will be through the Common University Entrance Test (CUET).

    While launching the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS), DU said that the university has identified 26 games or sports under its sports supernumerary quota and 14 categories including NSS and NCC under the Extra Curricular Activities supernumerary quota and 5% of the total sanctioned strength of the college will be allocated for ECA and sports supernumerary quota.

    The college can allocate between 1 and 4 percent to ECA and Sports, subject to a maximum of 5% intake of the College. In addition, not more than 20% seats of the earmarked seats of the quota shall be allocated to a single program.

    For each ECA category, DU added, the candidate must upload a maximum of best five certificates issued between May 2019 and April 2023. Out of these five, the candidate shall be marked on the basis of three best certificates only, as per the Certificate-Marking criteria.

    In addition to ECA and Sports, DU has also earmarked certain other supernumerary quotas. These include Persons with Benchmark Disability (PwBD, Children/widows of Personnel of the Armed Forces (CW), Kashmiri Migrants (KM), Prime Minster’s Scholarship Scheme for J&K Students (PMSSS), Nomination of seats for Sikkimese Students, and orphans.

    From the academic year 2023-24, admission to the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in the College of Art will also be made through the CSAS platform of the University. The eligibility for this programme, DU said, includes scores obtained in CUET and a Practical-based test to be conducted by the College of Art. The College offers BFA with six specialisations: Applied Art, Art History, Painting, Print Making, Sculpture and Visual Communication. A candidate can opt for any one specialisation. An additional registration fee of Rs. 400 (non-refundable) will be charged for applying to BFA.

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