Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) has announced its first cut off that varies between 78 percent 88 percent.
The cut off of admission under BA, B.Com programmes vary somewhere between 78 to 88 percent in most of the colleges while cut offs released by Hansraj and Miranda House are on a higher side to be 88 percent and 92 percent for BA and B.Com respectively.
Meanwhile, the Director of NCWEB suggests students not to go by any college’s name but to choose the college nearby their houses is recommended because when it comes to study, all the colleges provide same quality of teaching.
Apart from this, the NCWEB has added 12 new centres for the current academic sessions. The added centres will add 5,700 more seats to undergraduate courses.
Aditi Mahavidyalaya College, Aryabhatta College and B R Ambedkar College are some of the centres.
The admission processfor the first cut off is likely to end by July 18, whereas the board will announce second cut off on July 20.