Students have to reach to the concerned colleges from September 1 to 4, up to 5 pm.
Telangana DOST Phase 4 Allotment Results 2017: Degree Online Services, Telangana (DOST) will release the fourth phase of allotment results on Thursday, August 31, on the official website, dost.cgg.gov.in. Students seeking admissions can download the allotment order from the official website once it is available. The results for DOST phase 3 seat allotment were released on August 10. Students were suppose to fill their preferences for the colleges and courses from August 26 to 29. Today the results for Phase 4 will be out, reported the Indian Express. Students have to reach to the concerned colleges from September 1 to 4, up to 5 pm.
As per the report by the Indian Express, over 1.5 lakh students have applied for the admission this year. There are 4,10,047 seats in 1,089 colleges across six universities – Palamuru University, Telangana University, Mahatma Gandhi University, Satavahana University, Osmania University and Kakatiya University.
How to download Telangana DOST phase 4 allotment result 2017-
Students can follow the below mentioned steps to download Telangana DOST phase 4 allotment result 2017, once it is out on the official website :
Step 1: Go to the official website for Telangana DOST – dost.cgg.gov.in
Step 2: Click on the link that says, ‘fourth allotment result’ on the homepage
Step 3: A new page will appear
Step 4: Fill the reuired details in the respective fields
Step 5: Download the allotment application and keep a copy for further reference
DOST 2017 Phase 4: Important Dates
Allotment results: August 31
Reporting in colleges: September 1 to September 4
To avoid duplication or fake admissions cases, this year Aadhaar card details are being matched with the biometric details of all the students, as per the report by the Indian Express. This move will also benefit from the fee reimbursement scheme. The online service DOST, brings all government colleges, autonomous colleges, private colleges and aided colleges under one umbrella giving the students a wide range of colleges and courses to choose.