January 25, 2021 9:26 am

Telangana DOST Phase 4 Allotment Results 2017 declared at dost.cgg.gov.in: Here’s how to check

Telangana DOST Phase 4 Allotment Results 2017 has been declared at the official website of the DOST - dost.cgg.gov.in

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DOST Phase 4 Allotment Results 2017 has been declared. A notification on the website of the Degree Online Services, Telangana (DOST) says that has been released on its official website – dost.cgg.gov.in. Now, all the students who have applied for it can go to the website of the government and check their allotment status.

As per DOST 2017 phase 4 schedule, student were asked to provide web option between August 26 to August 29 and today, results for allotment will be announced. After the allotment, student will have to report to designated colleges between September 1 to September 17 upto 5 PM. DOST 2017 phase 4 options were opened to all those those candidates who have not confirmed their seats in previous phases. This is the last and final phase.

Telangana DOST Phase 3 Allotment Results 2017 were released on August 10. After allotment, all those student who have not confirmed their seats were asked to participate in phase IV. Today the results for Phase 4 will be out.

According to reports, 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 Results 2017

Step 1: Go to the official website for Telangana DOST – dost.cgg.gov.in
Step 2: Click on the link that says, ‘Phase IV Allotment Results’ on the homepage
Step 3: A new page will appear
Step 4: Fill the required details
Step 5: Download the allotment application
Step 6: Report to college allotted to you between September 1 to September 17 by 5PM

Degree Online Services, Telangana (DOST) is an online admissions management system for undergraduate courses in the state of Telangana. It helps both government and students in easily managing and applying for undergraduate courses.

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