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DU’s non-collegiate board releases first list

Twenty-one of the 25 colleges under Delhi University’s Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) have set same cutoff for admission to BA (Programme) and B.Com at 78% and 88%, respectively

DU admissions 2016 Updated: Jul 14, 2016 22:35 IST
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From this academic session, the NCWEB -- which offers courses only for women students -- has added 12 new centres adding around 5,700 more seats to its undergraduate courses.
From this academic session, the NCWEB -- which offers courses only for women students -- has added 12 new centres adding around 5,700 more seats to its undergraduate courses. (Saumya Khandelwal/Hindustan Times)

Twenty-one of the 25 colleges under Delhi University’s Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) have set same cutoff for admission to BA (Programme) and B.Com at 78% and 88%, respectively.

But the centres at Miranda House and Hansraj College set the cutoff for BA (Programme) and BCom at 88% and 92%, respectively.

The cutoff at Aditi Mahavidyala and Bhagini Nivedita College was at 76% and 87% for the two courses.

“The same cutoff shows that all colleges are the same when it comes to studies. Students should not go by the name of college but pick the institution which is near their house,” said Anju Gupta, officiating director NCWEB.

The admissions will begin on Friday and continue till July 18. The second off list for NCWEB will be out on July 20.

From this academic session, the NCWEB -- which offers courses only for women students -- has added 12 new centres adding around 5,700 more seats to its undergraduate courses.

This brings the total number of seats under the NCWEB to 11,700 seats.

Read: DU’s non-collegiate board to admit 5,700 extra students

NCWEB is preferred by students who want to pursue professional courses while pursuing an undergraduate degree to increase their prospects of getting a job. The non-collegiate students are, however, not allowed to pursue any other full-time degree course.

Students will have to submit their original certificates at the time of admission and the annual fee is approximately R3,500 per year. No fee will be charged from students under the Persons with Disability (PwD) category.

The new NCWEB centres have come up at Aditi Mahavidyalaya College, Aryabhatta College, B R Ambedkar College, Bhagini Nivedita College, College of Vocational Studies, Keshav Mahavidyalaya, Miranda House, Motilal Nehru College, Rajdhani College, Ramanujan College and Aurobindo College.