Cut off for Delhi University’s 21 out of the total 25 colleges under the Delhi University’s Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board is same for BA (Programme) AT 78% and B.Com AT 88%.
On the other hand, Miranda House and Hansraj College centers have set the cut off at 88% and 92% for BA (Programme) and BCom.
Further, Aditi Mahavidyala and Bhagini Nivedita College have the cut off of 76% and 87%.
According to Anju Gupta, director NCWEB, students should opt for a college that is close to their house, since the cut-offs in most of the colleges is the same.
Admission dates: Friday- till July 18.
Dates for second cut off list: July 20.
With 12 new centers introduced by the NCWEB, 5,700 more UG seats have been added.
Now a total of 11,700 seats will be available under NCWEB.
For students who want to pursue a professional course and side by side, continue with their undergraduate degree, NCWEB is a good option.
Note: If any student is not studying in any other college, then she will not be allowed to pursue any other full-time degree course.
Original documents along with an annual fee of Rs. 3,500 per year has to be submitted at the time of admission. If a student belongs to the Persons with Disability (PwD) category, no fee will be charged from them.