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Non-collegiate women's board comes out with second merit list

education Updated: Jul 05, 2013 03:12 IST
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The Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board came out with its second cut-off list on Thursday, where it declared that its centres at Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce, Lakshmibai College and Janki Devi Memorial College had closed their admission for both BA programme and BCom.

For BA programme, Kalindi College has closed its admission; Hansraj College and Jesus and Mary College not coming out with a second cut-off list for their B.Com course.

Aarti Saxena, director of Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board, said, "Sri Guru Gobind Singh College was one of the popular choices among students. It is the only centre that offers mathematics as a subject in BA programme. Many centres did not have a second cut-off because there have been no major admission withdrawals."

Hansraj College decreased the cut off for the BA programme by 1% in the second list.

The first cut-off for BA programme at the centre at Maitreyi College was 70%, which was brought down by as much as 10% in the second list.

For B.Com programme, the centres at PGDAV College, Mata Sundri College, Maharaja Agarsen College and Bharati College dropped the required percentage by 5%.

The admission procedure for the centre at Hansraj College will begin on July 8.