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.
Live webcasting of the draw of lots would start at the randomisation stage and can be viewed at www.ddadrawlive.in.
DDA had decided to hold the draw on November 5 but later postponed it to November 17, which the agency had to put off due to last minute technical glitches during the trial runs.
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.