DU Admission 2020: The University of Delhi has released its fifth cut-off list for BA and B.Com. Programmes under NCWEB (Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board) and the admission process under fifth cutoff will start from today, i.e. November 26.
The official statement notifies that the fifth cut-off list for NCWEB has been released by Hansraj College and Miranda House College.
As per the information, under the Delhi University NCWEB fifth cut-off list, the admissions are now closed for B.Com. into Hansraj College, while Miranda House College is still accepting admissions for the same course at 85%.
The lowest B.Com.(Hons.) cutoff was recorded for the Aditi Mahavidyalaya with 58% marks.
The admission against the 5th cut-off list begins from today i.e. November 26, 2020, and will continue till November 28, 2020, until 5 pm.
The cut-offs for the general category for BA Programme in Economics + Political Science is closed for both Hansraj College and Miranda House College. However, the highest cut-off for BA Programme set by Jesus and Mary College was recorded at 77%, while under the DU NCWEB 5th Cut-off, the lowest cut-off for BA Programme was recorded by Aditya Mahavidyalaya and Bhagini Nivedita Colleges at 57%.
The first cut-off for BA and B.Com in DU under NCWEB was released on October 24 and rose to 87% in Hansraj College and Miranda House for the open category students.
Owing to the current pandemic circumstance, DU is conducting a contactless admission procedure this year.
The official notice released by the DU authorities states, “The fifth cut-off list for admission to BA Programme and B.Com courses of the Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NSWEB), for the academic year 2020-21 is being notified/displayed on the website - du.ac.in today, November 25, 2020.”
The candidates interested in the DU admission 2020 must note that the University will issue its sixth cut-off list on or before November 30, 2020, and the admissions against the sixth cut-off list will take place from November 30 till December 02, 2020.
The officials report that in case of vacant seats, the University might release a seventh cut-off list and the release will be scheduled between December 07 and December 09, 2020.