DOST Telangana has notified a new date for the phase 2 allotment list. As per the latest update given by Degree Online Services Telangana (DOST), the online admission portal for admission to undergraduate courses, in the State, the phase 2 allotments will be declared today. After shifting the declaration date twice, the DOST has notified the new date for the allotment today. Earlier it was scheduled to be released on 3 July which was later rescheduled to 5 July. Candidates are eagerly waiting for the list.
In order to provide financial benefit to students and give an easier alternative to application process, Telangana government had started the DOST previous year. In DOST ‘it is onetime payment of Rs. 100/- and the student can choose any number of colleges and courses in any university and in any phase, in case he/she decides to go for sliding.’
As per manabadi.com, a total of 140033 seats were filled through DOST Telangana first allotment. Phase 2 schedule for admission to various colleges in the State was started on 26 June.
Students who have registered already in Phase-I can directly access web options for participating in Phase-II, said an update released by DOST Telangana.
The students will be notified about the new dates for admission to the available seats soon. As per The Hindu near about 3 lakh seats are vacant in the degree colleges in Telangana after the first phase of seat allotment.
Further, the Telangana DOST Second Allotment Results 2017 will be discharged at dost.cgg.gov.in
Ventures to check the DOST 2017 second allocation comes about:
- Go to the official site for DOST, dost.cgg.gov.in
- Tap on ‘Telangana DOST Second Allotment Results 2017’
- Enter your enrollment number
- Assignment rundown will be shown
- Download and remove print from the same
Seats left in the primary stage:
Around 2,70,014 out of 4,10,047 seats stayed empty after the primary period of the allocation at 1,089 universities.
The class work of first semester will start from July 3.
Further, there are around 1,089 schools crosswise over six colleges offering 4,10,047 seats.
The Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) is the most noteworthy instructive arm of Higher Education in the territory of Telangana, meaning to set the models according to the rules of UGC in advanced education schools, look into foundations and logical and specialized establishments. It was built up by the request of the State as per to the arrangements of the AP Reorganization ACT 2014 to attempt Planning and Coordination, Academic Functions and Advisory Functions.
For more points of interest, applicants can visit the official site.