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NCWEB 3rd cut-off list 2019 Released for Delhi University Admission download at du.ac.in

NCWEB 3rd cut-off list 2019 Released for Delhi University Admission download at du.ac.in: The Non-collegiate women’s education board (NCWEB) has Aspiring candidates can visit the official website for the cut off list. Those who have equal to or more than the minimum marks given i.e. the cut-off will have to appear for document verification process followed by fee depositing which will take place from July 26 to 29 from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm at the respective teaching centres.

NCWEB 3rd cut-off 2019

The second cut off for NCWEB was released along with the fifth cut-off for undergraduate admissions in regular mode. While earlier the DU had released the schedule for only five cut-offs for admission in regular mode, but now the sixth cut-off will be released anytime soon. However, the university has not given date until now, but it is expected by Friday.

B.Com admissions

Aditi Mahavidyalaya – 69%
Bhavini Nivedita College – 69%
Aryabhata College – 72%
Bharti College – 74%
College of Vocational Studies – 72%
Deen Dayal Upadhyay College – 75%
Dr. BR Ambedkar College – 72%
JDM College – 73%
Kalini College – 74%
Maharaja Agrasen College – 74%
Maitrey College – 74%
Moti Lal Nehru College – 73%
PGDAV College – 72%
Rajdhani college – 74%
Ramanujan College – 77%
SGSC of Commerce – 76%
Sri Aurobindo College – 70%
Miranda – 83%

NCWEB 3rd Merit list 2019

BA in Economics + Political Science

Aditi Mahavidyalaya – 67%
Bhagini Nivedita College – 67%
Aryabhatta College – 71%
College of Vocational Studies – 72%
Jesus and Mary College – 72%
Kalindi College – 74%
Keshav Mahavidyalaya – 72%
Maitreyi College – 72%
Motilal Nehru College – 71%
PGDAV College – 70%
Ramanujan College – 72%
Satyawati College – 74%
SGSC of Commerce – 71.5%
Sri Aurobindo College – 72%

NCWEB is a special arrangement by the University of Delhi for the female candidates and this program hosts classes for them during weekends only across colleges and courses. This year, the number of applications from female candidates is higher as compared to boys for DU admissions.

Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board was established by a Delhi University act in 1943vwherein women students were enabled to take some of the examinations of the University with special coaching but without attending regular classes. This gave shape to the Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB).