NCWEB seats still vacant after seventh cut-off
The Delhi University's Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board (NCWEB) released its seventh cut-off list. Admissions will be done on August 1 and 2 between 9.30 am to 1.30 pm at its respective teaching centers.
Continuing with its previous cut-offs, Lakshmi Bai College put the highest cut-off at 70% for BA ( Programme) while Jesus and Mary College's cut-off stood at 73.5 per cent for BCom.
The NCWEB had released its sixth cut-off on July 26, in which Lakshmi Bai College had announced the highest cut-off of 73 per cent for BA programme.
In the merit-based admissions, the varsity has already released the seventh cut-off for the reserved category students. Most of the colleges have closed admissions for general and SC category students for BA programme, whereas admissions for OBC and ST are still open in many colleges.
According to the amendment of Delhi University Act, female students were enabled to take some of the examination of the University with special coaching but without attending regular classes.
Only female students dwellers in Delhi-NCR can enroll themselves as students of the Board. NCWEB is a unique system with lectures on weekends leaving students with five working days to follow their dream.
In this neo-age of 100 per cent cut-offs class room crunch, gender discrimination NCWEB is a welcome arrangement and a most satisfactory way to attain a degree from University of Delhi. As per UGC guidelines, NCWEB is a non formal system of obtaining degree from Delhi University.