One can check the details either with the help of application number or by downloading the PDF.
To check details with the help of application number here is the link: http://dda.org.in/HousingScheme2014/DdaDrawResult14.aspx
2. The draw was held in two stages. The first phase is randomization process and the second phase will be picking of lucky numbers and the mapping of applicants. The final process of draw of lots which started at around 12 noon and is likely to be completed sson.
"We started the randomisation of data at 9 AM, which took around two hours. The final draw began at around 11.30 AM which would be complete by 2 PM," the spokesperson said.
3. As per reports, within an hour after the draw, DDA has said that it will upload the results on its website http://dda.org.in/ddanew/index.aspx.
4. For the first time, the entire draw is being webcast live on the internet by DDA on a dedicated url - www.ddadrawlive.in.
5. C-DAC (Centre for Development of Advanced Computing), which had conducted the draw for DDA's last housing scheme in 2010, has been roped in this time again for the event.
6. The unsuccessful candidates which means if a person's name does not figure in the list of lucky candidates, then DDA will refund the registration fee (Rs 1 lakh) within three months. The respective banks (where cheques were deposited by the candidates) will send the refund cheques to all the unsuccessful candidates.
7. In case a successful candidate want to surrender the flat, he or she has to do so before the issue of possession letter from the DDA.
8. Alongwith the list of lucky candidates, DDA will also make a waiting list which will not be revealed. This list will be useful if any applicant cancels the allotment or is disqualified. The alloted flat will go to the next person on the waiting list. 25,000 flats across various categories are on offer by the DDA this time. They are in the price range of Rs 7 lakh to Rs 1.2 crore.
(With inputs from agencies)