DU NCWEB 2020: B.A, B.Com First Cut-off List Released @ du.ac.in, Check Here for Details

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Delhi University has released the first cut-off the list for non-collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) for BA and B.Com courses on its official website du.ac.in.

As per the reports by Delhi University, the highest cut-off for B.Com courses rose up to 87 in Miranda College and Hansraj College and 84 in Ramanujan College for general category students.

The online admission process of DU will commence from October 26 till October 28 from 10 am to 5 pm at respective teaching centres.

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Candidates can check the first cut-off list for B.A and B.Com courses of Delhi University by the direct link provided below.

DU NCWEB BA First Cutoff-list (Direct Link)

DU NCWEB B.Com First Cutoff-list (Direct Link)

DU NCWEB Cut Off 2020: Course Wise

Below mentioned table illustrates the cut off for DU NCWEB Colleges, under the three programs:

CollegesBA Economics + Political ScienceBA History + Political ScienceB.Com
Aditi Mahavidyalaya76%75%79%
Bhagini Nivedita College76%75%79%
Aryabhatta College80%79%80%
Bharati College80%79%80%
College of Vocational Studies80%79%80%
DDU College80%79%80%
Dr BR Ambedkar College80%79%80%
IDM College80%79%80%
Jesus and Mary College80%79%81%
Kalindi College80%79%80%
Keshav Mahavidyalaya80%79%80%
Lakshmibai College80%79%80%
Maharaja Agrasen College80%79%80%
Maitreyi College80%79%81%

Mata Sundari College

Motilal Nehru College80%79%77%
PGDAV College80%79%80%
Rajdhani College80%79%80%
Ramanujan College83%79%84%
Satyawati College (evening)80%82%80%
SGGSC of Commerce80%79%82%
SPM College80%79%80%
Sri Aurobindo College80%79%80%
Vivekanana College80%79%80%
Hans Raj College88%79%87%
Miranda House88%87%87%

About Delhi University

Delhi University is an institute located in Delhi with which many colleges of the region are affiliated with. It was established in the year 1992. 

The college offers various courses at undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral levels. However, admission is granted to these courses on the basis of entrance test and merit. 

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