Dost Admission 2020- Admission, Application, Dates, Eligibility, Result

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Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) has re-opened the DOST Admission portal 2020 along with the release of DOST notification 2020 on August 20. However, according to the new DOST 2020 notification, the DOST registration 2020 will begin from August 24 for phase 1 admissions at dost.cgg.gov.in. Similarly, the last date for DOST 2020 registration for phase I is September 7. Moreover, TSCHE has released the entire new schedule for first phase registration and web option for admission to DOST. 

Dost Admission
Dost Admission

Undoubtedly, the DOST admission 2020 application would be available from August 29 to September 8. Likewise, the TSCHE will announce the seat allotment of TS DOST admission 2020 on September 16. Additionally, around 200 UG programs will offer through DOST admission 2020 across over 1000 colleges affiliated to 6 state universities. Hence, go through the article to know more about Dost Admission 2020.

DOST Admission 2020- Important Points

  • Firstly, make sure that the Aadhaar number linked to a mobile number.
  • If not, get it linked as it’s a mandatory requirement for Telangana DOST admission 2020.
  • Therefore, for any issue or query related to DOST 2020 admission process, get in touch with the nearest Help Line Centre.

Important Dates

While a student may be aspiring to get entry into one of the participating colleges via the DOST admission process 2020, knowing the dates for the different events related to it would come as a great advantage to them. However, no need to worry, as we have enlisted all DOST dates or DOST admission dates for here at one place, in a single table. Check the Telangana DOST admission dates 2020 from the table below.

TS DOST Admission Dates 2020

ParticularsDates
DOST notification 2020 releasedJune 22, 2020
DOST notification 2020 re-releasedAugust 20, 2020
DOST Phase I RegistrationsAugust 24 to September 7, 2020
Web options for phase IAugust 29 to September 8, 2020
Verification of Special Category CertificatesSeptember 3, 2020 – (PH/ CAP)

September 4, 2020 – (NCC/ Extra-Curricular Activities)

DOST Phase I Seat allotmentSeptember 16, 2020
Online self-reporting by studentsSeptember 17 to 22, 2020
TS DOST Phase II registrationSeptember 17 to 23, 2020
Phase II web optionsSeptember 17 to 23, 2020
Telangana DOST 2020 Phase II Verification of SCCSeptember 21, 2020- (PH/CAP/NCC/Extra-Curricular Activities)
Phase II Seat allotmentSeptember 28, 2020
Online self-reporting by studentsSeptember 28 to October 2, 2020
TS DOST 2020 Phase III registrationSeptember 28 to October 3, 2020
Phase III web optionsSeptember 28 to October 3, 2020
Verification of Special Category CertificatesSeptember 30, 2020 – (PH/ CAP/ NCC/ Extra Curricular Activities)
Phase III Seat allotmentOctober 8, 2020
Online self-reporting by studentsOctober 8 to 10, 2020
DOST Reporting to colleges by the students who confirmed their seats onlineOctober 8 to 12, 2020
Students Orientation in the CollegeNotify later
Commencement of classes, Semester-INotify later

 

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DOST Registration 2020

Generally, the official authorities will begin the registrations for DOST from August 24 for phase I, as per the official DOST notification 2020. Likewise, the phase I DOST registration 2020 will take place online. While filling the DOST application form 2020, candidates also have to pay the registration fee of Rs. 200 for phase I.Similarly, the DOST registration fee for phase II and III is Rs. 400. Moreover, candidates can pay the registration fee for the DOST admission 2020 Credit Card/Debit Card/Net Banking/Wallet. Hence, check the step-by-step process of the Telangana DOST registration process below.

DOST Registration Pre-Requisites 2020

Before filing the DOST application form, candidates must have the following with them:

  • Firstly, Aadhaar Card linked with mobile number.
  • Active mobile number
  • Similarly, the candidate’s photograph in the prescribed format and size.
  • Aadhaar Card copy (In the required size and format)
  • Likewise, qualifying exam certificate (in the prescribed format and size)
  • Bridge course certificate (If required)
  • Sports & Extra-curricular activities certificate (If required)
  • Finally, PWD certificate (If required)

DOST Admission- Application Form 2020

On the official website of Degree Online Services, Telangana, the DOST Application Form has been available. Those applicants are interested and eligible to get admission in the undergraduate program such as B.Com, B.Sc, B.Com (Voc), B.Com (Hons), BSW, BBM, BCA. in the State of Telangana through Degree Online Services, Telangana.

Application Fee

Particularly, the applicants should have to pay the application fee of Rs.100/-. In case of late registration, candidates have to pay a late fee of Rs.400/-.Similarly, the applicants can make the payment through Debit Card/Credit Card/Net BankingUndoubtedly, the registration fee is not refundable.

 

DOST Admission Eligibility Criteria

Those applicants are going to fill the Application Form of DOST Admission, they should have to check their Eligibility Criteria mentioned below.

  • Firstly, the applicants should belong to Indian Citizenship.
  • Likewise, they must qualified in 10+2 with respective subjects from a recognized board.
  • Similarly, the Eligibility Certificate from the Board of Intermediate, Telangana State is required from the candidates of other boards.
  • Finally, students can get admission based on aggregated marks secured in the qualifying examination in the single attempt.

How to fill DOST Application Form 2020

  • Firstly, visit the official website dost.cgg.gov.in.
  • Similarly, applicants should have to make the payment of application fee through using their Credit Card / Debit Card / Net Banking facility.
  • Likewise, the application number will provide to the candidates on their registered mobile number or email ID.
  •  Moreover, applicants should have to click on the link of an Application Form, and they should have to fill all the correct and complete details.
  • In the same way, applicants should have to preview the details in the Application Form after submitting the details.
  •  Undoubtedly, Admission Registration Payments Status and Web Options page will display to the candidates.
  • Finally, they have to click on the “Click for Web Options” link to exercise web options.

DOST Result 2020

Though nothing has shared about the result of the DOST by the TSCHE officials, however, as there is no entrance test for admission to the undergraduate programs in the state colleges through the DOST admission process, no result is declared by the authorities. Likewise, the DOST result in 2020 will thus announce in the form of the admission letters issued to the students who can secure the cut off for admissions. Moreover, the DOST admission letter will act as the result for DOST, based on which admission to the desired courses by the candidates would decide. Therefore, the DOST seat allotment result is the only result which is declared, further to which the admission letter will issue to the selected candidates.

DOST Counselling 2020

Generally, the TSCHE will begin the counselling process of the DOST admission process from July onwards with the opening of the registration portal. The counselling process or admission process of DOST will take place online with registration, exercising web options for the choices of courses and colleges, online self-reporting, and fee payment for reserving a seat. Hence, at the end of the three-seat allotment phases, candidates have to visit the DOST allotted college after confirming their seats physically.

DOST Seat Allotment 2020

Particularly, TSCHE will announce the DOST seat allotment result for phase 1st, 2nd and 3rd round in online mode. As per the phase, I DOST seat allotment, and the candidates have to participate in the online self-reporting by paying the college fee/seat reservation fee online, within the stipulated time. Furthermore, the online DOST self-reporting for fee payment of the allotted college can be done in a given schedule, for phase II. Hence, the self-reporting dates of the DOST 2020 phase III will announce soon.

Selected candidates, who would have participated in the self-reporting in phase I, II and III of Telangana DOST 2020 have to further report to the allotted college for claiming the admission.

 How to check DOST Seat Allotment Result 2020

  • Firstly, visit the official website dost.cgg.gov.in.
  • Similarly, click on DOST seat allotment result 2020
  • Additionally, a list will appear on the screen.
  • Finally, check and download the seat allotment list which will carry name.

Undoubtedly, this allotment letter has to be carried by the students for reporting to the allotted college along with other required documents.

What’s DOST 2020

Generally, DOST 2020 or Degree Online Services, Telangana is a state-level admission process for offering admission to the undergraduate programs at the participating colleges affiliated to 6 state universities. Though the Telangana DOST 2020 system, candidates are offered admission to the UG courses B.A. /B.Sc./B.Com./B.Com.(Voc)/B.Com.(Hons)/BSW/BBA/BBM/BCA, at the colleges affiliated to Osmania University, Kakatiya University, Telangana University, Mahatma Gandhi University, Palamuru University, and Satavahana University, and 2 diploma courses. Therefore, it is a single-window admission process for UG admissions.

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