500 DU Seats Added in Non-Collegiate Courses

Jun 2017 Source: MOTACHASHMA

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500 DU Seats have been added to the total number of the UG Seats offered by the Delhi University. Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board (NCWEB), an integral part of University of Delhi has constituted a new teaching centre which is increasing 500 seats from this academic year 2017-18. NCWEB is one of the non-formal education centres of Delhi University which is responsible for admission of females of Delhi NCR in either BA or B. Com programmes, or postgraduate courses. The students got admissions under NCWEB attend classes just once a week at the centres.

The University of Delhi has opened a new centre at the Deen Dayal Upadhyay College after which the number of teaching centres stands at 26 whereas the total numbers of seats are 12,200.

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The Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board (NCWEB) offers BA and B.Com, MSc (Mathematics) and MA programs in 13 different subjects. The female candidates seek admission in any of these programs under NCWEB have to clear cut-offs assigned as per the teaching centres. This year, NCWEB will release the first cut off list on 1 July 2017 for admission into the NCWEB programs.

NCWEB DU cut-off (Last year)

  • BA: 88 per cent at Miranda House centre
  • B.Com: 92 percent at Miranda House centre
  • BA: 87 per cent at the Hans Raj College centre
  • B.Com: 91 percent at the Hans Raj College centre
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Necessity of DU Admission in non-collegiate programme

The programs of teaching offered under the Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board (NCWEB) are too low cost and it also uses the infrastructure of DU colleges and Academic breaks on weekend classes.

"Advantage to students opting for NCWEB is that they can apply for other part-time courses and jobs, provided they meet the minimum attendance criteria. However, non-collegiate students are not allowed to pursue any other full-time course'' Dr Anju Gupta, director of NCWEB said.

However, the programme can be taken if a female student who have already taken admission in NCWEB and also want to pursue other part-time courses from any institutes. The cut off released by NCWEB always lower than other regular programs offered by DU colleges. The female students who have not secured high marks/grades in the qualifying exam may apply for admission to the programs offered by NCWEB.

A student of NCWEB said "I'm pursuing a non-collegiate BCom programme along with CA. As both the courses are related, I find it really easy to manage."

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