DU Admissions 2022: Delhi University launches new facility to show real-time data, of course, college preferences
DU Admission 2022: The University of Delhi launched a new and essential facility to assist aspiring candidates in their admission process for the upcoming academic session.
The varsity has introduced a new tab called ‘College-Program Wise Preference Count’. Through this tab, candidates can now check how many candidates have opted for a particular program in the college. This will help the candidates to get instantaneous data/information in real-time on how many students are opting for the course or programme. It will also help in understanding the preferences of the program and college that the candidates are opting for in this academic session.
This data will be available on the DU website.ac.in. Students have to go to the Admission tab and click on the link given in the top scroll for course-college preference.
The website will be updated every two hours to ensure that the candidates get real-time data. This real-time data will help candidates make informed choices about their program and college preferences.
The University also cautioned the candidates against not adequately adapting the provisions of the available preferences. DU officials reiterated that candidates must select all the combinations to make the most out of the allotment rounds.
“Granting their preferences, candidates are eligible for many such choices, with very few choices. For instance, if the University has awarded a candidate 1469 Programs Plus College Preferences, they will have to select all the combinations to get the most out of the allotment round,” reads the official notice. “Candidates are advised to opt for a maximum number of program plus college combinations to facilitate the possibility of getting allotment as per CSAS rules.”
Candidates should also remember that if they do not save their choice and preferences before 4:59 PM on 10th October, the CSAS portal will automatically lock the preferences saved by the candidate.