NCWEB FOURTH CUTOFF
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Delhi University has released the fourth cutoff list for Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) on Delhi University’s official website on 17th November 2020. The NCWEB fourth cutoff list has been released for both B.Com and B.A. programmes.

Delhi University’s Jesus and Mary College, and Rajdhani College have released the cutoff for the B.A. programme (Economics + Political Science) which stood at 77.5% and 76.5% respectively for students belonging to the general category. However, the admissions to Hansraj College and Miranda House have been closed in NCWEB fourth cutoff.

Aditi Mahavidyalaya College and Bhagini Nivedita of Delhi University have released the lowest cutoffs under NCWEB 4th cut-off which stood at 60% and 62% respectively for the general category.

Highest cutoff stood at 85.5% under NCWEB fourth cutoff 

The highest cutoff under NCWEB fourth cutoff for B.Com (Prog) has been released by Hansraj College and Miranda House at 85% and 85.5% respectively for the general category.

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The lowest cutoff for B.Com (prog) stood at 62% which has been released by DU’s Bhagini Nivedita College.

The admission against the Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board’s fourth cutoff will begin from 18th November(10 AM) and will last till 20th November(5 PM) at respective DU colleges/teaching centers. The last date for making the payment against the fourth cutoff is 22 November.

The NCWEB 1st cutoff for B.Com and B.A. was released on 24th October and the admission against the 2nd list began from 2nd November 2020. To check the NCWEB 4th cut-off list released at Delhi University’s official website, click here.

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