A total of 2,17,650 candidates have registered for DU admission so far, of which 1,76,219 have submitted their applications, and 41,431 students are yet to submit the DU admission form on the CSAS portal. The university is offering 71,000 seats for 78 UG programmes this academic year. During the DU CSAS portal launch event, the DU Vice-Chancellor mentioned that there are 198 BA programme combinations.
Delhi University will be offering UG admission based on the Common University Entrance Test (CUET UG 2023) score. This is the second consecutive year that DU has opted for CUET to grant admission to students for its UG programmes. The UGC introduced the CUET exam for admission to central universities last year. DU admission will be based on the combination of scores in the language paper and/or domain-specific subjects in which a candidate has appeared in CUET UG 2023, as per the respective programme-specific eligibility.
For general category students, there is a registration fee of Rs 250, while reserved categories should make a payment of Rs 100. Additionally, for applying to the ECA and sports supernumerary quotas, candidates will have to deposit an additional fee of Rs 100 for each quota.