CSAS portal invites freshers in DU

CSAS Portal now invite freshers to DU 

Delhi University has now opened the CSAS portal for the admission of freshers to the university. Thus, those CUET aspirants who are willing to pursue any course at Delhi University can now enrol themselves in the portal.

This time the university is providing 71000 seats for admission in 79 Undergraduate programs for 69 colleges.  

“Admission to the DU UG courses for the academic session 2024-25 will be conducted through DU CSAS portal 2024,” DU Dean Admission Haneet Gandhi said in a press conference. This blog shall deal with the basics of the CSAS portal.

General instructions for students 

  1. For the academic session 2024-25, all admissions will be valid only through online mode with the CSAS portal. No other offline means for admission will be considered valid 
  2. The candidate who wishes to get admission to DU must be the CUET candidate this year conducted by NTA  
  3. Candidature will not be considered as successful if the candidate doesn’t now fulfil the eligibility criteria for specific programs 
  4. Candidates must pay the registration fees for each of these course 
  5. After filing in the basic details thereby preferences the candidature will be accepted. 
  6. DU officials said once a seat is allocated in a particular round, the candidate must “accept” the allocated seat before the last date for the given allocation round, with inactivity or inaction to be taken as non-acceptance to the allocated seat. 

The selection will be solely based on the final score of CUET and in case of tie, the 12th marks will be considered as criteria.  

University has also opened the portal for distance learning and NCWEB based on CUET and 12th scores 

Reservation of seat for single girl child 

In a press conference announcing the admission process, DU Registrar Vikas Gupta said that under its new supernumerary quota, one seat will be reserved for single girl children in each class across all departments in the university’s colleges.

Last year, the university introduced a supernumerary category to provide admissions to orphan students, a male and a female, in each program of each college. 

“Admissions will open for 71,000 seats across 79 programs in undergraduate courses. A total of 183 subject combinations are available in BA programs across 69 colleges.

Admission to these programs is based on the merit score obtained on the Common University Entrance Test (CUET),” Mr Gupta said. The CUET UG exams are underway and the results are expected to be released on June 30. 


“Candidates will have to map the subjects studied by them in Class XII to the subjects in which they have written their CUET exams.

DU will only consider those CUET papers which are the same or similar to the subject studied by the candidate in school.” Mr Gupta said. 

They will see their cumulative marks for the program there in the portal itself and thereby in phase 2 of CSAS, they have to map their college and course preferences in Delhi University. 

Official website – https://ugadmission.uod.ac.in/ 

Thus, in a nutshell, it is apparent that fulfilling the set criteria of du CSAS is mandatory to get admission there. Please follow the guidelines provided in the official bulletin on the official website and check your eligibility.


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