DU NCWEB Releases Special Cut-Off List for 2023-24 Admissions

The University of Delhi (DU) has announced the special cut-off list for admissions to BA (programme) and B.com courses offered by the Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) for the academic session 2023-2024. This move aims to facilitate the admission process for aspiring students.

Candidates who have appeared for the entrance exam can now check the cut-off list on the official Delhi University website at du.ac.in. According to the official notification, the online admissions will commence today, September 6, 2023.

“The Special Cut-Off list for Admissions to B.A. (Programme) and B.Com courses of the Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB), for the Academic Year 2023-2024 is being notified/displayed on the website: www.du.ac.in on Tuesday, the 5th September, 2023. Online Admission shall commence from Wednesday, the 6th September, 2023.”

Cut-Off Lists for Various Categories

The university has released the cutoff lists for different student categories, including general, scheduled caste (SC), scheduled tribe (ST), and other backward classes (OBC). This ensures transparency and equal opportunities for all eligible candidates.

DU NCWEB Online Admissions: Steps to Register

Step Instructions
1 Navigate to the official website of Delhi University at du.ac.in.
2 On the homepage, locate and click on the option that mentions ‘DU NCWEB Online Admissions 2023–24.’
3 A new window will be displayed where candidates will have to register themselves by adding their name, contact number, and security pin.
4 Once registered, log in using your generated credentials.
5 Fill in the online application form by providing the necessary details and attaching the required documents.
6 After completing the form, pay the registration fee.
7 Review all the details before submitting the form.
8 If necessary, download and print the confirmation page for admission purposes.

Special Cutoff Percentages

In the case of the BCom programme, Miranda House has set a special cutoff of 86 percent for general category students, while Hansraj College has set it at 85 percent. However, Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce, Delhi University (SGGSCC, DU), has already closed the window for new admissions. For those interested in the BCom programme, Aditi Mahavidyalaya and Bhagini Nivedita College have the most lenient cutoff percentages, set at 52 percent.

The notice further elaborated, “Details of the cutoff percentage of marks (Special Admission List) at which admissions to the above courses will be offered by different Centres of the Board are given in the enclosed chart.”

For aspiring students, this special cutoff list offers clarity on the admission criteria and allows them to plan their applications accordingly. As the admissions process begins, candidates are encouraged to visit the official website and follow the steps for online registration.

Delhi University’s commitment to providing accessible education opportunities to women through the NCWEB is reflected in the timely release of this special cutoff list.

For more information and updates, please visit the official Delhi University website.

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