Admissions 2014

NCWEB Admissions 2014: First cut off for BA (Prog.)/ B.Com released

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The Non Collegiate Women’s Education Board of University of Delhi has released its first cut off for admission to BA (Programme) and B. Com on Tuesday, July 8th, 2014.

NCWEB provides an opportunity for the working women who support their family and do not wish to compromise on their education. The Board has thirteen centers a over Delhi, such as Bharti College in Janak Puri, Hans Raj College in North Campus and Jesus and Mary College in the South Campus, to name a few.

Each NCWEB centre has 284 seats for BA (Programme) and 184 seats for B.Com, with  proportionate reservations for candidates coming from the categories such as SC/ST/OBC/PwD, as per the Delhi University guidelines.

The fees for admission approximates around 3500 INR.

All of the 13 centres are considered equally competent and have more or less, the same reputation. Hence, the NCWEB suggests the candidates to seek admission in the centre nearest to their residence. Once admitted to a centre, the admission is non transferable for the entire duration of the course.

A minimum qualification of having studied and cleared class XIIth is a necessity, failing which the admission shall not be granted.

The admission to NCWEB is on the basis of  ‘best of four’ percentage secured by the candidate in 10+2 examination, and the criterion is laid down as follows

  • BA (Programme) – One language and three other subjects which could include maximum one vocational subject.
  • B. Com – One language, Business Studies, Accountancy and one other subject, maybe a vocational subject.

The cut offs laid by the board is different for every study centre  and can be accessed by clicking the following link,here.

The admission on the basis of first cut off list shall go on from July 9th – July 11th, 2014. The second and third cut off would be announced on July 14th and July 18th respectively.

For further information, visit the official website of NCWEB at




Mridul Sharma is a final year B.Com (Honors) aspirant from DCAC, a patron of meaningful cinema and good soft music and has deep love for writing. He is more of a poet, feels whatever he writes and writes to understand what he feels, a little better. Currently, the Associate Web Editor at DU Beat, he is looking forward to his final year and can be contacted at [email protected]

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