The registration process for Delhi University’s Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (DU NCWEB) has already started. So, the women aspirants can apply for admissions now. The registration kick-started from 2nd August and will continue up till August 31. Also, the DU NCWEB application process is completely online following the covid-19 protocols.
Table of Contents
- 1 DU NCWEB Admission criteria – Best 4 subjects to be considered:
- 2 DU ADMISSION: STUDENTS SHOULD HAVE STUDIED CONTENT OF THE SUBJECT OF CLASS XII SIMILAR TO THE NCERT SYLLABUS
- 3 Information released on the bulletin for DU NCWEB admissions:
- 4 DU ASPIRANTS ALERT! CHECK 2020 BA HONORS PSYCHOLOGY CUT-OFF
- 5 Pros of enrolling in DU NCWEB:
DU NCWEB Admission criteria – Best 4 subjects to be considered:
Delhi University Non-Collegiate Women’s College admissions for BA (prog) and BCom will be merit-based. Also, cut-offs will be declared by all the 26 UG NCWEB centers across various DU colleges.
As per the DU NCWEB norms, the marks of the best 4 subjects of a student will be considered for admissions. The university also mentions that the merit will be determined on the basis of three best elective subjects and one language subject. Thus, the same process is also adopted for the UG admissions of Delhi University colleges.
DU ADMISSION: STUDENTS SHOULD HAVE STUDIED CONTENT OF THE SUBJECT OF CLASS XII SIMILAR TO THE NCERT SYLLABUS
Information released on the bulletin for DU NCWEB admissions:
The bulletin reads, “All the interested female candidates residing in NCT Delhi are automatically enrolled for NCWEB on the selection of courses offered – BA program and BCom or both.” Also, students are expected to attend their classes regularly with a minimum of 66.67 percent attendance. Thus, to fulfill the attendance criteria is mandatory for appearing in exams.
Pros of enrolling in DU NCWEB:
The NCWEB students are given 5 years to complete a three-year UG course. Through the NCWEB, several young women who are unable to join college regularly are given an opportunity to obtain their UG and PG degrees. Thus, they attend classes on Saturdays and Sundays or during academic breaks. Several colleges like Hansraj College, Bharati College, Lakshmi Bai College, and more have centers for NCWEB education.