The announcement comes a day after the University Grants Commission (UGC) decided to introduce the CUET for postgraduate courses also from this year.
The competition for admissions to Dr B R Ambedkar Gurukulams has been increasing tremendously for the last two years.
The issue was first raised by Congress MP Manish Tewari who said the 10 seats quota for the MPs is inadequate as they receive a lot of requests for recommendations for central schools seats.
He was addressing the media on Saturday, March 5 after paying floral tributes to Naveen Gyanagoudar, who was killed in shelling in Ukraine last Tuesday.
According to officials, after the second phase of admissions ends, the subsequent list for admission, if any, will be released on March 15.
In order to appraise the aspirants, the Sainik Schools Society will publicise widely to intimate students to apply for e-Counselling along with timelines.
The Supreme Court on January 7, in an interim order, allowed resumption of medical counselling for NEET-PG admissions for the year 2021-22.
The university will now hold the second round of counselling in the postgraduate departments on December 13.
The academic council meeting was held on Friday and despite 17 of the 26 elected members dissenting against it, the proposal to hold a common entrance test was passed.
Tushar Mehta said that NEET PG counselling would stand postponed for a further four weeks as per assurance earlier given to the court.
The petition should be dismissed with a heavy cost for wasting the court's time, but it was reluctant to do so, treating this as an attempt of an innocent girl to get admission for her 'dream course'
Federation of All India Medical Association said that this has put extraordinary burden on the existing junior residents who are made to do double shifts to make up for the reduced work force.
JNTU admissions director Dr. Ch Venkata Ramana Reddy said that BC, SC and ST candidates who had qualified NET, SET, GATE, GPAT or other entrance tests in Open Category were allotted seats.
As per the revised schedule, the last date for submission of filled-in applications is October 29 and the applications should reach the university before 5 pm.
Over 58,000 students have secured admissions in various undergraduate courses of the Delhi University so far under the three cut-off lists.