Non-collegiate DU colleges announce second cut off
Delhi University announced the second cut-off list for admission to the non-collegiate women`s education board, with colleges still taking admissions at a little over 70 per cent marks.
New Delhi: Delhi University on Thursday announced the second cut-off list for admission to the non-collegiate women`s education board, with colleges still taking admissions at a little over 70 per cent marks.
Under the non-collegiate women`s education board (NCWEB), students do not need to attend regular classes.
As many as 13 DU colleges accept non-collegiate women candidates who pursue BCom course that is completed through weekend classes in a matter of 50 teaching days.
Though Hansraj college closed admission in the general category to B Com (hons), 12 other colleges are still admitting students.
Lakshmibai college has declared a cut off of 72 to 74.75 per cent for B Com (hons), while Kalindi college has set it at 70 to 72.75 per cent.
Kalindi, Jesus and Mary, Maitrey and Janki Devi college are admitting a little over 70 per cent while the lowest percentage at which admission cn be secured in B Com is 68 per cent.
In BA Prog course, admission is open in 11 colleges at percentages of 68 to 75.75 per cent.
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