After three rounds of Delhi University UG Admission 2023, 38,138 candidates have exercised their freeze option.
The common seat allocation system (CSAS) of DU said in the first three rounds, 1,29,785 seats were offered for the UG counselling. “Of the total seats allotted, 53% have been offered to girls and the rest to boys,” the CSAS said.
It added that 38,138 candidates have exercised their freeze option while 10,300 students have got their first preference of courses and colleges. The maximum number of admissions were made in Hansraj College, Ramjas College, Dayal Singh College, Gargi College and Kirori Mal College in the first three rounds for UG admission.
As per the data released for the UG admissions, BCom (Hons), BCom, BA (Hons) Political Science, BA (Hons) Economics and BA (Hons) English are the top five programs selected for all the three rounds. The university will announce an additional spot round to fill the vacant seats remaining after the three rounds.
The DU said the second round of postgraduate (PG) is under way. CSAS said a total of 7,226 candidates have made the fee payment and 2,820 admissions have been approved. It also added that two rounds of BTech are over. The allocations from the third round onwards will be online but if the faculty needs to verify certain documents then the candidates will have to be present physically.