DU NCWEB Third Cutoff List 2020 (Out): College Wise & Registration Details

Akansha Sirohi
Akansha SirohiPublished On: November 09, 2020 | Hansraj College, Delhi

The third cut-off for DU’s NCWEB Admission 2020 has been released on 7th November 2020. The last date for the payment of fees against DU NCWEB third cutoff is 13th November 2020. Read the piece below to access college-wise cutoff marks for B.Com and BA courses. 

DU NCWEB 2nd Cutoff

The third cut-off for Delhi University’s (DU) Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) has been released on November 7, 2020. Candidates seeking admission to the B.Com and BA courses at NCWEB against the third cutoff can now apply until 11th Nov 2020. Students will be able to access the registration forms in an online mode through the official website of the University of Delhi.

The NCWEB thid cutoff for the B.Com course reached as high as 86 per cent at Miranda House and 86 per cent for the BA programme at Hansraj College. Candidates can check the BA and B.Com category-wise cutoff lists for different affiliating colleges in the table below.

DU NCWEB 2020 B.Com Third Cutoff ListDU NCWEB 2020 BA Third Cutoff List

NCWEB Third Cutoff Dates 2020

The NCWEB Third Cutoff dates 2020 are as follows:

NCWEB Third Cutoff Release Date 2020November 7, 2020
Admission on the basis of Third Cutoff10:00 am 9th November (Monday) – 5:00 pm 11th November 2020 (Wednesday)
Last Date of Fee Payment11:59 pm 13th November 2020 (Friday)

DU NCWEB Third Cutoff List 2020

Here is the college-wise third cutoff scores for B.Com and BA programme at DU NCWEB for 2020 admissions. 

College NameB.Com CutoffBA Programme Cutoff
Aditi Mahavidyalaya6967
Bhagini Nivedita College6765
Aryabhata College7474
Bharati College7777.5
College of Vocational Studies7474
Jesus and Mary College79.578
Maitreyi College75--
Miranda House8680
Hansraj College8586

DU NCWEB Third Cutoff List 2019 Highlights

The Delhi University NCWEB Third Cut off for BA Economics + Political Science and B.Com admissions are as follows:

Name of the CollegeB.Com NCWEB Third CutoffBA Economics + Political Science Third Cutoff
Aditi Mahavidyalaya69%67%
Bhagini Nivedita College69%67%
Aryabhata College72%71%
Bharati College74%-
College of Vocational Studies72%72%
Jesus and Mary College-72%
Maitreyi College74%72%

Previous Year NCWEB Cutoff Trends

Last year the highest cut-off for Miranda House was set at 86%, whereas, earlier it was 88%. Also, there is a dip of two per cent in the highest cut-off for B.Com and B.A. Programmes as compared to the second cut-off list for NCWEB.

The first cut-off for NCWEB was announced on July 1, 2017. The highest cut-off under the board was recorded for the B.Com programme offered by Hansraj College and Miranda House i.e. 90%.

According to a press release of DU, Admissions on the basis of NCWEB third cut-off will be done between 9.30 am and 1.30 pm from July 13 to July 15, 2017, at the respective teaching centres.

The lowest cut-off under the NCWEB was recorded for ST category students i.e. 33% for both B.Com and B.A. programmes. DU has also announced that women of Delhi NCR region applying for regular colleges are also eligible to apply for NCWEB.

This will be a huge relaxation for women candidates as they will not miss the opportunity to apply for different colleges under NCWEB along with the regular colleges, added the press release of DU.

NCWEB is not a part of the formal education structure of DU. Lectures and programmes under this board are delivered only on weekends. Only those women candidates who are living in Delhi and the National Capital Region can apply for courses offered by the board.

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Delhi University NCWEB Admissions 2020 Important Dates

List of NCWEB Colleges of Delhi University

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