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NCWEB Admission 2017 - Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board 

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12 June 2017

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About NCWEB

NCWEB Admission 2017 for UG courses is done through online registration process of regular colleges of Delhi University. Non-collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) was established in the year 1943, under the order of Delhi University Act which aims at encouraging women students to pursue their higher studies. NCWEB Admission for B.A. Programme and B.Com Course have been started by NCWEB from 2006-07 academic session. The NCWEB Admission procedure is same as that of the DU Regular Admission.

  • NCWEB enables young women who are unable to attend regular college due to various reasons to pursue their higher education from Delhi University.
  • It gives its students the liberty to give examinations under the university but without the need to attend regular classes so the students attend the prescribed numbers of lectures and appear for the examination.
  • Students pursuing UG from NCWEB are not eligible to pursue any full-time course with their studies but they can, however, pursue part-time certificate/diploma courses in the language. Students can, however, pursue a job with the studies at NCWEB.
  • Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) receives a lot of Applications but is able to enrol only 20% of the total applicants into the college.

Latest Update: NCWEB has released the 4th Cutoff list on 17 July 2017 on its official website. The 4th Cutoff list is for admission in its bachelor's degree program BA and BCom.

NCWEB Cut Off 2017

NCWEB has released the 3rd Cutoff list on 13 July 2017 on its official website. The 3rd Cutoff list is for admission in its bachelor's degree program BA and BCom. The NCWEB 2nd cut off list has been uploaded by the Delhi University. The candidates who were avidly waiting for the releases of the cut off marks can see the same by following the link below.

Reopen of NCWEB Admission Process

The Delhi University Admission Committee has decided to open the web portal for registration to NCWEB. The female applicants who are residents of Delhi and had selected BA (Programme) and BCom (Programme) as their subjects during registration on the DU while filling the regular form will be eligible to apply to NCWEB. The admission would be based on NCWEB 3rd cut off the list.

NCWEB Admission portal will remain open until the end of admission at NCWEB. This move is especially useful to those who did not choose NCWEB at the time of registration but would like that option now.

 NCWEB BA and BCom Seats

 

  • Number of Seats in BA Programme in Each Teaching Centre- 284 Seats
  • Number of Seats in B.Com in Each Teaching Centre-  184 Seats
  • Total NCWEB Seats = 12, 200

There are 7400 BA Programme seats and 4,800 B.Com Seats in NCWEB.

NCWEB Teaching Centers and Attendance

  • NCWEB has a provision for admission to three years BA Programme and B.Com. There is no other course for admission at the UG level. 
  • The classes are held only on Saturdays/Sundays, academic breaks and the student needs to get a minimum of 66% attendance.
  • Most of the teachers of the University of Delhi and affiliated Colleges are deputed as guest 
    faculty to teach the Non-Collegiate students.
  • There were 13 Teaching Centres where the Classes for NCWEB are held and now 12 more teaching centres are added making it a total of 25 NCWEB teaching centres

1

Bharati College

8

Kalindi College

2

Hansraj College

9

Lakshmibai College

3

Janki Devi Memorial College

10

Maharaja Agrasen College

4

Jesus & Mary College

11

Maitreyi College

5

Mata Sundri College

12

PGDAV College

6

Shayma Prasad Mukherjee College

13

Siddharth International School

7

Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce

 14

Aditi Mahavidyalaya 

15

Aryabhatta College

16

Dr. BR Ambedkar College

17  Bhagini Nivedita College 18 College of Vocational Studies
19 Keshav Mahavidyalaya 20 Miranda College
21 Motilal Nehru College 22 Rajdhani College
23 Ramanujan College 24 Satyawati College (Evening)
25 Sri  Aurobindo College 26  Deen Dayal Upadhyay College 

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NCWEB Eligibility criteria

  • Women Residents of NCR: Women candidate residing in National Capital Territory of Delhi- NCR can apply to the admissions under the undergraduate program.( and they are advised to choose the center which is the nearest to their area of residing)
  • Academic Qualification: The candidate must have completed her class 12 from CBSE/ICSE or any an equivalent examination or Pre-university Examination of an Indian University (recognised by University of Delhi)  or Intermediate Examination of the Indian University/Board /equivalent Examination or General Certificate of Education Examination of U.K
  • Minimum Qualifying Marks: The minimum percentage required to apply for admissions is 40% in aggregate.

The Student having a compartment in Class 12 Board Exam or Equivalent are eligible for admission on the provisional basis, Their admission will be confirmed once they clear the exam and submit the required documents.

Not Eligible for NCWEB admission 2017

  • The students passing the eleven-year schooling examination will not be eligible for admission to the undergraduate courses. 

NCWEB Application form and Admit Card

The application process for the admission in the BA programme or B.Com courses in NCWEB College. The application process can only be filled through online mode. The candidates can not fill the application form using offline mode.

Steps to Fill the NCWEB Application Form

  • The Application Form should be filled Online.
  • The Student has to select the course and the college where they want to take admission.
  • The student is also required to take full care of her admission form till it gets submitted.
  • Students have to bring a photocopy of the filled in admission form on a single page (printed on both sides) and take the stamped photocopy and keep it as an acknowledgement.
  • No Photocopies of certificates/documents or photographs are to be attached with the application form.

Documents Required at the time of NCWEB Admission

  • Class 10 Board Examination Certificate
  • Class 10 Mark sheet
  • Class 12 Mark Sheet
  • Class 12 Character certificate
  • SC/ST/PWD certificate if required
  • OBC certificate if required
  • Transfer Certificate from school and Migration Certificate from board/university for those who have passed senior secondary from outside Delhi.
  • Two Passport size self -attested photographs.
  • Resident cum Character Certificate in the Prescribed Format.

The candidates must note that all the aforementioned documents have to be produced originally.

Submission of the Application Form

 
The filled in application form should be submitted through online mode only. The candidates should know that the application form should be filled with prior attention and the candidates should check the information filled by them in the application form before the final submission.  The print copy of the completed application form should not be sent via post. 

NCWEB Fees

The Application fee once paid by the candidates is non-refundable. The candidates can also check the Annual Course Fee structure 2017 on this page below. The candidates selected for admission into BA and B. Com program at NCWEB have to pay the course fee as under:

NCWEB Fee Structure 2017 for BA/ B.Com Programme

The NCWEB Annual Fee Structure for the BA Programme is given in the table below. The candidates can check the table below. The candidates are required to pay the following fee at the time of admission for the first year of the course.

Particulars

Fee

Annual Fee

Rs 300

Library Fee

Rs 10

Enrolment Fee

Rs 200

Library Security

Rs 100

Magazine Fee

Rs 25

Examination Fee

Rs 400 for BA Programme
Rs 500 for B.Com

Special Examination Fee

Rs 30

Marks Statement Fee

Rs 100

Annual Day Fee

Rs 5

University Development Fee

Rs 600

 Exam Form Fee

Rs 10

ARGF

Rs 1200

NSS Fund

Rs 20

Infrastructure Fee

Rs 160

Students Fund

Rs 75

Additional Examination Fee

Rs 100

I Card Fee

Rs 30

Total

Rs 3365

NCWEB Result and Counselling

The important dates of the NCWEB are given in the table below. The candidates are suggested to go through the table below to get the complete schedule of the release of the cut-off list.

NCWEB Admission Dates 2017


Once the approval of the admission gets made, the candidates have to log on to the undergraduate admission portal to make online admission fee payment. This may be done until 12:00 Noon of the next day of the given admission list deadline. The further cut-off lists will be declared

This may be done until 12:00 Noon of the next day of the given admission list deadline. The further cut-off lists will be declared depending on the vacant seats in the colleges.

Events

Dates

Announcement of 1st list (Released)

1 July 2017

Admission for 1st list

1 July to 4 July 2017

Announcement of 2nd list - (Released)

7 July 2017

Admission for 2nd list

7 July to 10 July 2017

Announcement of 3rd list

13 July 2017

Admission for 3rd list  (Released)

13 July to 15 July 2017

Announcement of 4th list

18 July 2017

Admission for 4th list

18 July to 19 July 2017

 

NCWEB Scholarships 2017


The NCWEB provides the cutoffs to 1000 students enrolled in their UG programmes everywhere. The financial aid is being provided to the candidates who have applied for the scholarship before 30 September 2017. The scholarships of Rs 3,365 and Rs 3,465 fees for BA (Programme) and BCom (Programme) will be disbursed to the accounts of the students who are financially weaker sections and meritorious students.

After admissions, those applying for the scholarship will be required to submit a form, which they can access from their website. This form has to be submitted at their respective centres along with their income certificate, previous year's marksheets, and in case belonging to the Below Poverty Line (BPL) category -their BPL ration card, before 30 September 2017.

NCWEB 2017 FAQS


Which are Subjects of Class 12 or Equivalent Included for admission to BA Programme?

  • For admission in B.A program the marks of best four subjects will be calculated (one language and three best subjects or an addition of  any one vocational subject can be included)

Which are Subjects of Class 12 or Equivalent that are Included for admission to B.Com?

  • For admission in B.com, the marks are included for Accountancy, Business Studies, One language, and one other subject/vocational will be included
  • Preference will be given to Commerce Students, for Non-commerce stream students there will be a deduction of 5% marks for admission to B.Com.

NCWEB Cut off lists and its criteria

  • Every Teaching Centre releases its own cut-off. Thus, the candidate who wishes to study at a particular centre must attain a minimum percentage of score declared by the centre/college
  • The board declares cut-off lists under two categories under its undergraduate admission process. One list is of B.A Program and the other is for B.Com
  • The cut-off percentage for admission will be notified both at the Centres and Office of the Board as per schedule. 

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NCWEB Contact

Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board,
Tutorial Building II Floor, Patel Chest Marg, 
The university of Delhi, Delhi-110007 

Phone: 011 27667725 Ext 1651, 011-27667640

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