DDA Housing Scheme 2014 draw results to be declared on Nov 25

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New Delhi, Nov 25: After a lot of delay, the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has once again declared a new date for announcing its flagship Housing Scheme 2014 on Tuesday, Nov 25.

The process of draw, that will start at 11.30 am will be completed in less than two hours, DDA's official spokesperson said, adding that the randomisation of data in the system would begin around 9 am.

"We will start the randomisation of data at 9 am, which would take around two hours. The final draw would start at 11.30 am which would stretch about one hour and 45 minutes," DDA spokesperson Nemo Dhar said.

Last week, DDA had announced that it will announce the eagerly-awaited draw of lots on Nov 24, but due to technical glitches it was again postponed to Tuesday.


Since Monday, Nov 10, DDA has been running mock draws on its site to avoid last moment problem.

Earlier, the date of the announcement of draw was scheduled for Nov 5, but then it got delayed to Nov 10 and then further delayed to Nov 12, but later again postponed it to November 17, which the agency had to put off due to last minute technical glitches during the trial runs.

Watch DDA Draw 2014 Live

The DDA has announced that the entire draw will be webcast live on the internet on a dedicated url - www.ddadrawlive.in

The DDA for the first time has planned to webcast the entire event live on YouTube, and so the run serves as a means to test everything in working conditions so as to avoid any glitches later on.

The webcast would be available for "unlimited" number of online users through the YouTube channel.

The housing scheme, which offered over 25,000 flats across various categories, ranging in price from Rs 7 lakh to Rs 1.2 crore, closed on October 15. It offered 25,034 flats in EWS, LIG, MIG, HIG, Janta flats and one-room apartments.

The 22,627 one-bed room apartments were a major draw for the people this year.

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(With PTI inputs)

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