Delhi University’s Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) has released the 8th cutoff list for admission to NCWEB board. Students who meet the NCWEB 8th cutoff requirement can apply online at the official website of Delhi University from 26th November.
Table of Contents
- 1 Delhi University Special Cutoff to be Released on 28th December
- 2 NEW SEATS TO BE ADDED IN EVERY DU COLLEGES IN THE PANDEMIC
- 3 Candidate with earlier birth date to be considered for admission
- 4 UPROAR OVER DECISION OF SEAT RESERVATION IN DELHI UNIVERSITY
Delhi University Special Cutoff to be Released on 28th December
Meanwhile, the admission process for Delhi University’s third special cutoff for regular colleges will begin from 28th December 10 am onwards and will continue till 29th December 5 pm. The Delhi University colleges will then approve the application of the candidates by 30th December. The last date for making the fee payment against DU special cutoff is 31st December.
Only those applicants will be considered for DU Special Cutoff who could not/ did not take admission in the initial announced Special Cutoff and special Drive for whatever reason. Applicants who are already admitted (including NCWET) in any course or college of University of Delhi wilt not be eligible to participate in the Special Cutoff, that is, movement of applicants will not be allowed.
Candidate with earlier birth date to be considered for admission
Applicants will apply to single college + course. Applicants munt ensure that they have carefully checked the number of seats vacant in the course/college they are applying to under their category. In case the number of applicants applying for a particular course in a college is more than the number of seats available, college will make a merit as per the Best of Four/Best of three requited for the course. The will approve only those number of applicants as per the merit, as the number of seats available. In case of a tie for a seat, the following tie breaking rule shall be applied:
The applicant with higher percentage of marks (aggregate of best five subjects including one in the qualifying examination will be considered first for admission. The applicant with the earlier date of birth as mentioned in class X certificate will be considered for admission.