The Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board (NCWEB) of the Delhi University (DU) released its fourth cut-off for the session 2017 on July 18. The university has recorded a 6% drop in the fourth NCWEB cut-off.
The fourth cut-off for the B.Com and B.A. programmes offered under the NCWEB have witnessed a 6% dip as compared to the third NCWEB cut-off. At Miranda House, the cut-off for these programmes in the fourth list is 80% which was at 86% in the third list.
Admission on the basis of the fourth NCWEB cut-off will be done from 9.30 am and 1.30 pm on July 18 and July 19, 2017, at the respective teaching centres.
The cut-off for these programmes was 90% in the first cut-off list of NCWEB. The first cut-off list was declared on July 1 and the highest cut-off was recorded by Hansraj College and Miranda House.
There has been no chance in the lowest cut-off for NCWEB. 33% for B.A. and B.Com was the lowest cut-off recorded under NCWEB for students belonging to the Scheduled Tribe (ST) category.
The NCWEB is a non-formal system for pursuing graduation from the Delhi University. The classes for NCWEB programmes are conducted only on weekends. The system for such higher education was introduced by DU for female candidates residing in the National Capital Region and Delhi.
DU has also announced the fifth cut-off for its regular undergraduate programmes. As few as 10% seats remain vacant in DU and colleges are estimating that all programmes will be closed by the end of the fifth round of admission.