TS DOST Seat Allotment 2020: Third Phase of Allotment to be Released Today at dost.cgg.gov.in; Get Download Link Here

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TS DOST Seat Allotment 2020 : The third phase of seat allotment for TS DOST 2020 will be released by the Telangana State Council of Higher Education today. Candidates who applied for the Degree Online Services Telangana will be able to check the TS DOST 3rd Seat Allotment result 2020 today online. TSCHE will release the TS DOST Seat Allotment 2020 for the third phase on the official website - dost.cgg.gov.in. Candidates will be required to login to the official website using their DOST ID and pin to check the TS DOST 3rd Seat Allotment result 2020. Alternatively, a direct link to the seat allotment result of TS DOST 2020 will also be provided below and will be activated once releasd officially.

TS DOST 3rd Seat Allotment 2020 - Direct Link

Candidates were able to register for the TS DOST seat allotment 2020 3rd phase and exercise web options from 1st to 10th October 2020. Earlier TSCHE released a seat allotment list of TS DOST on 21st September 2020. Candidates through TS DOST seat allotment 2020 will be allotted seats at the state universities including Telangana University, Osmania University, Kakatiya University, Mahatma Gandhi University, Palamuru University and Sathavahana University.

TS DOST Seat Allotment 2020 - How to Check Seat Allotment Status

Candidates can check their allotment seats in TS DOST 2020 by following the seps mentioned below.

Candidates shortlisted in the third phase of TS seat allotment are allowed to self-report for online counselling until 26th October 2020. Additionally, candidates can also register for a special round of DOST seat allotment by paying a fee of Rs. 400. The registration window for the special round of DOST seat allotment is open from 15th to 26th October 2020. Candidates confirmng their seats in the first, second, third and the special round of TS DOST seat allotment 2020 can report to colleges between 30th October and 4th November 2020.

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