Delhi University's Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board (NCWEB) released its first cut off list for BA programme and B.Com courses on Sunday.
Even though several colleges have set 69 per cent cut-off for their BA and BCom programmes, Miranda House and Hansraj College have set the highest cut-off percentage at 85 per cent for BCom.
Several colleges have set 69 per cent for BA programmes course. The cut off for B.com is a bit higher for the top-ranked colleges. The admission will start from July 15 to July 17. Miranda House and Hansraj College have set 85 per cent cut off for B.COM. Ramanujan College has set the cut off at 82 per cent and Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce has set the cut-off at 80 per cent.
It may be mentioned here that NCWEB allows the options to pursue an undergraduate or postgraduate degree for women students who cannot join a regular course.
Students enrolled with the NCWEB attend classes over the weekends and during academic breaks at the constituent college. Only women students residing in the National capital Territory of Delhi can enrol themselves as students of the board.