DU Issues Schedule for Filling Reserved Vacant Seats
With some reserved category seats in the undergraduate programmes still vacant, Delhi University has issued a schedule and directed the colleges to fill the seats.
"In light of the fact that a few seats of SC, ST and OBC are still vacant in some colleges, it has been decided that the colleges will fill the seats in accordance with the schedule," Ram Dutt, Deputy Registrar (Academic) said in an official notification.
The vacant seats will be filled by eligible SC, ST and OBC candidates registered with the college on the basis of merit, it said.
The students can register with the colleges for seeking admission on the vacant seats by 4 PM today. Colleges will issue a notification of the eligible candidates against the available seats by 5 PM.
The admissions will take place on August 6 and 7.
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