DU Admissions 2017 : NCWEB Releases First Cutoff List

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DU, under Non Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) has released its first cutoff. For the prestigious course of B. Com., the minimum percentage is 84% and maximum being 90%. For B. A., the cutoff stood at 88%.

In the most eminent North Campus colleges,Miranda House and Hansraj College, the cutoff for BA programme was 88 per cent for the general category, 85 per cent for OBC, 84 for SC and 70 for ST. Whereas for B. Com the cut off striked 90 for the general category, 88 for OBC, 86 for SC and 70 for ST.

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For Motilal Nehru College, the cutoff for B. Com. was 86% (general category) and 76% for B.A. programme.

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NCWEB is a platform for women residing in the NCR region which enrolls them as students of the board.

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The admissions will take place on 1st, 3rd and 4th July. (9:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.)

Check the cutoff here : https://ncweb.du.ac.in/ncweb/?q=node/277

The admission process for various undergraduate courses has already started as today the second cutoff was announced. The cutoffs see an average drop of 3%. Admissions in the second cutoff will continue till 4th July.

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Gunjan Chawla
The writer is a student of B. Com. Hons., SGGSCC, for whom self description is a calamity.

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