DU admissions 2018: NCWEB announces fifth cut-off list
DU admission 2018: The lowest cut-off was issued by Bhagini Nivedita College for BA, B.Com programmes in General category. The cut-off for the BA programme in general category is 54 per cent, while B.Com is 52 per cent
DU admission 2018: The Delhi University’s Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) Monday announced its fifth cut-off list. Most of the colleges under NCWEB – Hansraj, Miranda House, Vivekananda College have closed admission process for the BA, B.Com programme. For details, the candidates are advised to contact the Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board on Tuesday, July 24, 2018.
The lowest cut-off was issued by Bhagini Nivedita College for BA, B.Com programmes in General category. The cut-off for the BA programme in general category is 54 per cent, while B.Com is 52 per cent. The cut-off for the OBC, SC, ST category is 40, 48, 33 respectively for the BA programme, while it is OBC- 45, SC-45, and ST-33 for the B.Com programme.
The NCWEB is a non-formal system of obtaining degree from the Delhi University with lectures being delivered only on the weekends. Only women students residing in the National Capital Territory of Delhi can enroll themselves as students of the board.
Documents required at the time of admission
— Class 10 Board Examination Certificate
— Class 10 Mark-Sheet
— Class 12 Mark-Sheet
— Class 12 Provisional Certificate / Original Certificate
— Recent Character Certificate
— SC/ST/PwD/CW/KM Certificate (in the name of the applicant) issued by the competent authority
— OBC (non-Creamy Layer) Certificate (in the name of the applicant) as in central list
— Transfer certificate from school / college as well as migration certificate from board / university are required from those students who have passed senior secondary exam from outside Delhi
— Two passport size self-attested photographs
Only self-attested copies of documents / papers will be accepted by the university. If any false attestation / falsified records are submitted, the student will be debarred from attending any programme in the university / or its colleges for next five years and in addition, a criminal case under relevant sections of IPC will be instituted against him/her.
sources : The Indian Express