DU PG Admission 2023: Rejected candidates will be considered in subsequent rounds

    DU PG CSAS 2023: Students will also be allowed to convert CGPA into percentage during mid-entry.

     The University of Delhi has announced that candidates who were rejected in the first merit list for admission to postgraduate programmes under the Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) 2023 will be considered in subsequent rounds. Also, those students who didn’t convert their CGPA score into percentage will be allowed to make the conversion during the DU PG mid-entry window.

    “Those candidates who had chosen Category-1 in their application form and have been rejected due to non-fulfilment of “Program Specific Eligibility criteria in Category-2, will be considered in Category-1 in subsequent list/s as per their merit,” the university said in an official notice.

    It added that students who failed to convert “despite several announcements made by the university” will be able to do so in the mid-entry and will be considered as “mid-entrants”.

    DU declared the first round seat allocation for DU PG admission 2023 on August 17. The university received over 11,000 applications for the first round. A total of 6,657 candidates got their first choice of course and college.

    The departments, colleges and centres will verify and approve the online applications by today, August 21. The last date to make the online payments for the first round is August 22. The second seat allocation list for Delhi University PG admissions will be announced on August 25. PG classes in DU are set to start on September 1.

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