On July 31, seventh cut-off list was released by the Delhi University's Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board (NCWEB). The University in a press release said "Admissions will be done on 1 and 2nd August between 9.30 am and 1.30 pm at its respective teaching centers".
Among the colleges of NCWEB, Lakshmi Bai College demanded the highest cut-off for its BA program, which is 70 percent.
The sixth cut-off list was released by the NCWEB on July 26, in which Lakshmi Bai College had asked for the cut-off of 73 percent for its BA program.
In the fifth cut-off both, Laxmi Bai and Jesus and Mary College demanded the cut-off of 74 percent for their BA program admissions.
Admission in most of the colleges under NCWEB have been closed for the general and SC category students for the BA programs, whereas the admissions for the OBC and ST are still opened in many colleges.
The NCWEB forms a non-formal way of obtaining a degree from the DU as lectures in these colleges are only delivered during the weekends and only women candidates living in the National Capital Territory of Delhi are eligible to become the students of the Board.