Third cut-off list for the Non-Collegiate Womenʼs Education Board (NCWEB) was released by the DU on July 12 on the official website of the university, which is du.ac.in. In the list the highest cut-off was announced by the Miranda House at 86 percent with a drop of 2 percent. Earlier, the highest cut-off in the list was 88 percent.
Comparing it with the previous cut-off lists of the B Com and BA, one can clearly see that there is a drop of 2 percent in the program.
Under DU, NCWEB is a non-formal system for obtaining the degree. Under NCWEB, lectures are delivered only on weekends
The first cut-off list for he NCWEB was released by the DU on July 1 with the highest being 90 percent for Hansraj and Miranda colleges. “Admissions will be done on July 13, 14 and 15 between 9.30 am and 1.30 pm at its respective teaching centres,” a release from Delhi University said, percentage was 90 percent.
In both the programs, the lowest cut-off is for the students from ST category which is 33 percent. Women students who have applied for the BA and B Com program in other regular colleges can also apply at the NCWEB.
In another statement DU said that "this will come as a relief to the female applicants from Delhi who missed the opportunity of applying to NCWEB as an option in the university registration form".