DU NCWEB Admission 2020 – Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB ) is a constituent part of University of Delhi. The applicants who wish to be considered for admission in the Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) can opt for the same at the time of registration and no separate registration with NCWEB is required. However, all other procedures for admission will be done by the NCWEB. This institution has an arrangement where the girl students attend classes during saturday /sunday and academic breaks across the twenty-six centres being run in the constituent colleges of University of Delhi for undergraduate courses and for post graduate courses, at the NCWEB Centre respectively. Scroll the page for detailed information about NCWEB Admission 2020.
DU NCWEB Admission 2020
The Board gives financial aid and book loan facility to the needy and desirous students. At present, nearly 31,000 girl students are studying in the institution. Only women candidates residing in NCT Delhi will be eligible for admission to PG courses of NCWEB, University of Delhi.
Courses Offered in DU NCWEB
- B.A. (Programme)
Course available in each department
- M.A. in English
- M.A. Hindi
- M.A. History
- M.A. Philosophy
- M.A. Political Science
- M.A. Bengali
- M.A. Sanskrit
- M.A. Urdu
- M.A. Punjabi
- M.A. Arabic
- M.A. Persian
DU NCWEB Selection Criteria 2020
The selection criteria for admission in Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB ) is based on the merit list relased by the University. For B.Com admissions, preference will be given to the students of commerce stream at 10+2 level which means that they should have business studies and accountancy as subjects in their 10+2 level. The other stream students will be considered for admission to B.Com with a deduction of 5% from the best four percentage.
DU NCWEB Eligibility Criteria
B.A(Prog) and B.Com: For these courses only one vocational subject will be included in the best four.
- Candidates must have passed 10+2 exam with at least 40% marks.
M.A./M.Sc. – Bachelor degree in any subject and has studied at least 3 courses each of one-year duration or 6 courses each of one-semester duration in Mathematics.
DU NCWEB Admission Process 2020
The university of delhi releases the application form on the admission portal of the university. Candidates need to check the eligibility criteria for the applying course. Check the steps involved in the admission process for the DU NCWEB.
Online Registration: Candidates can register through the addmission portal of the university. Candidates can apply for the college through the application form. However, the admission shall be granted on the basis of merit list released by the university.
Check DU Cut Off: University of Delhi (DU) release the cut off for all the streams such as arts, science and commerce. If the applicants meet the cut off of the respective college and course then only he/she can participae in the further round of admission.
Document verification: After the release of Cut Off, candidates will be required to go to the respective college for the document and certificate verification.
Pay fees: once the documentation process is done and admission is granted, then candidate need to pay the applicable admission fees through the DU fees portal.
DU NCWEB Cut Off
The admission in college of University of Delhi is subject to merit list. The college offers BA, B.Com, B.Sc among other UG programmes. Non Collegiate Women Education Board (NCWEB) is one of the highly reputed colleges in DU, and the cut off list will be published for each round. check the cut off of the previous year.
DU NCWEB Fees Structure
All candidates seeking admission to B.A. (Prog)./B.Com. shall be required to pay the following fee at the time of admission
|B.A. (Programme)||Rs. 3365|
About University of Delhi
University of Delhi commonly Known as “DU” is one of the leading universities of India. There are 90 colleges affiliated to the university. The university organizes centerlized admission process fro admission to the courses offered by the affiliated colleges. Candidates are offered admission in DU in two ways, first is by merit, i.e. on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying exam and then other is by DU entrance test (DUET) which is now conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA).
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Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) 2020 Admission Frequently Asked Questions
Ans : The payment is accepted online only through credit card/debit card/Net Banking/UPI.
Ans : No, without Mathematics, you are not eligible for above courses.
Ans : Yes, you can submit the online registration form by choosing “Awaited” in the drop-down menu of “Result Status” on “Academic Details” page/section while entering the information. However, you will have to fulfill the minimum eligibility criteria/meeting cut-off list of that course/college during the stipulated period
Ans : Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB ) is the part of DU. Only women can take admission through NCWEB in DU. Classes are held weekly (only Sunday) for the students.
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