The Common Seat Allocation System (CSAS) 2022 phase 2 registration for CUET candidates has begun at the University of Delhi (DU). Candidates who completed phase one of registration and the CUET UG 2022 entrance test must submit their college preferences during phase two. Candidates can submit their preferences online at admission.uod.ac.in, the official website. The deadline to submit preferences at DU is October 10, 2022.
It is advised that candidates select the most options possible because it will not be possible to add or change programs or colleges after the phase 2 deadline or to fill out more preferences. The “preference-filing” portion of the second CSAS registration step requires applicants to select the program(s) they would be open to receiving admission to, should they be chosen. The candidates must also fill in the program and college combinations preferences for every program they select while filling out the CUET UG application form.
There will be six stages to the CSAS 2022 application procedure. The application period for CSAS (UG) 2022’s phases 1 and 2 will go through October 10, 2022. Candidates can choose whichever many programs they want to enroll in. However, students must confirm the same schedule based on their CUET UG 2022 merit results.
Candidates must first match up the topics on their CUET UG 2022 test paper with the ones they passed in the Class 12th board exams to register for CSAS phase 2. The candidate’s score for the particular program will be shown on the screen based on the CUET normalized score for the entire program. The candidate’s dashboard will automatically generate and show these program-specific CUET ratings.
Candidates can pick and mark preferences throughout the preference selection process. Candidates can fill out their choices by choosing the colleges or programs of their choice. The preferred order will also be determined by order of selection. The preference order should be saved by candidates before logging out of the window. “Candidates must formally state their choices. Their most recent stored preference order will be automatically locked and used as the basis for allocating seats for such an applicant if confirmation is not received by the deadline, “In a statement, DU added.