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Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board Notified Admission for BA/B Com (ODL) Programmes 2014

Jun 11, 2014 18:31 IST

    Delhi University’s Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) has notified for admission to the BA and B Com programmes for women who want to pursue a distance learning degree over the regular mode.

    They will get three days to apply for admission as the application process for the 2014-15 session of NCWEB will be open from 17 June 17 to 30 June 2014. Its first cut-off list will be made public on 09 July 2014.  

    Interested candidates can get application forms from three centres at Kalindi College, PGDAV College and Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College for Women.

    They can apply for admission to all 13 teaching centres of NCWEB. The session will commence from the first Sunday of August.  

    The NCWEB facilitates thousands of young women who cannot join regular college for various reasons. For courses under NCWEB, students would be required to attend classes over the weekend and take academic breaks to obtain undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from DU.

    There are 50 teaching days in a year under NCWEB courses. At the undergraduate centres, classes are held from 9am to 3.30pm. There are about six to seven lectures in a day. Most of the teachers of the university and affiliated colleges are deputed as guest faculty to teach the students. Interestingly, the pass percentage of these students is as good as that of the regular students.


    Only women students residing in Delhi are eligible to enroll for NCWEB undergraduate courses. The percentage for cut-off will be decided on the basis of marks obtained in the four subjects in 10+2 as follows: For BA (programme) one language and three best subjects which can include one vocational subject only; for BCom, one language can be selected with business studies, accountancy and one other best subject, which can be vocational.

    Students from other streams can be considered for B. Com but after a deduction of 5% marks in best four percentage marks. The best four may include one language and three best subjects out of which maximum one can be a vocational subject.

    For details, visit  www.ncweb.du.ac.in

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