On the first day of admission registration in Delhi University’s Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB), around 6,000 forms were sold for the non-collegiate women students. Those students who are interested to take up admission can take up the admission optical mark recognition form along with the pamphlet from designated centres. The whole application process is kept offline and the centres for taking up forms physically are- Kalindi College, Shyama Prasad Mukherji College, Maharaja Agrasen College and PGDAV College. The time for distributing the forms in these centres are from 10 am to 3pm.
In the pre-admission forms candidates would get the opportunity to choose the colleges and courses they want to pursue. The pre-admission forms could be submitted till 24 June 2015. For BA programme there are 284 seats and for BCom course there are 184 seats for willing students to take up, in all the centres. The candidates applying for the courses could add one of the vocational subjects in their best of four marks. This is not allowed in other Delhi University admission procedures. For BA programmes there should be one language mark added in the best of four subjects and from the remaining three one could be vocational.
Those women students who reside in the National Capital Territory of Delhi can enroll themselves as students of the NCWEB. The programme would allow the students to get five working days to carry on their jobs and follow their dreams consequently along with their studies as it would provide lectures on weekends to incorporate more and more students to go through the academic activities.