DU Admissions 2017: NCWEB Might Add More Seats This Academic Year

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Delhi University’s Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) has given signals that the current number of available seats for its various courses, may be increased.

Only women candidates residing in the National Capital Territory of Delhi can enroll themselves for either BA or BCom programmes as students of the NCWEB. The students can attend classes once in a week at the centres assigned as per the cutoffs.

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Recently, a new centre was started at Deen Dayal Upadhyay College that added 468 new seats to the women’s board. Therefore, now total number of centres associated with the Board becomes 26, offering an overall 12,200 seats.

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This number of vacant positions is likely to be raised. Manoj Khanna, the convenor of the admission committee of the Delhi University said,”If we see that there are a lot of applicants interested in these courses with the NCWEB, policy may be reviewed to accommodate more students.”

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Hence, a good news for the aspirants amidst the “Result” chaos.The registration for NCWEB have begun along with the regular college admissions. Students can choose the option of NCWEB in the centralised application form of DU only.

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