Today marks the start of online admission against the DU NCWEB Special Drive Cut-Off.

Delhi University's Non-Collegiate Womens Education Board (NCWEB) admission has been started against a special drive cut-off . Students from SC, ST, and OBC groups can apply online for admission to BA and BCOM programmes at du.ac.in .

Today, December 7, 2022, Delhi University's Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board (NCWEB) admission has been started against a special drive cut-off.Students from Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST), and Other Backward Class (OBC) groups can apply online for admission to BA and BCOM programmes at du.ac.in.DU has about 26 colleges offering NCWEB admissions against a cut-off for SC, ST, and OBC applicants.Suggested use: View a list of colleges and universities accepting the CUET 2022 Examine Score.Free Download!

See also: DU Admissions Process.Checking Now As per the official announcement, students can register online for the DU NCWEB special drive for the SC, ST, and OBC cut-off list between December 7 (10 am) and December 8 (11:59 pm) at respective teaching centers.For OBC and SC candidates, the Hansraj College and Miranda House have achieved the highest cut-off of 69 and 67 marks in BCom.While the cut-off point for ST candidates is 45 marks for all colleges, the effect on all colleges is similar.

By assessing the number of seats available in the Programme + NCWEB College Center, the DU has set up a special drive cut-off for SC, ST, and OBC candidates.Candidates who successfully applied for admission to DUs NCWEB programmes or colleges in any of the earlier five cut-off lists, as well as the first special cut-off, will not be eligible to participate in the special drive for SC, ST, and OBC cut-off.However, candidates from the SC, ST, and OBC groups who were eligible but could not or did not receive admission in the earlier cut-offs are still eligible to apply for admission under the special drive threshold.

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