By Accommodation Times News Services
The large amount of applications received by Delhi Development Authority (DDA) for its biggest Housing Scheme of 2014 and this delayed in the draw of the lots. The DDA draw was to be held today, but has again been extended to one more day. So the DDA draw date has been shifted to November 25. After a lot of glitches the draw of lots for the DDA housing scheme is likely to be held tomorrow. Earlier the housing scheme was scheduled the tentative date for holding the draw of the lots for the new scheme on November 10, later it was shifted to November 14.
The huge data, of 10,08,700 applications for the Housing Scheme 2014 received by DDA resulted in mock draws taking up nearly eight to nine hours. The scheme was launched on September 1 and received tremendous response from people. Around 25,000 flats across are on offer by the DDA this time. They are in the price range of Rs 7 lakh to Rs 1.2 crore. This also resulted in crashing of the official website on the opening day.
Earlier authority had blamed the bank for sending them the data late. They said that the trial for draw was taking long time as the process needs more time for the optimization of the abundant amount of the data. Considering different parameters such as the huge number of applications received, number of flats, categories resulted in the draw to take too much time for the completion of the process. Also, the extension of dates has resulted in considerably more number of applicants