DU NCWEB Admission 2019: Delhi University Non-Collegiate Women’s Educational Board is the shorter version for DU NCWEB. Women, who are not able to take admission in the regular courses of the colleges of DU can pursue their aspired course from NCWEB. Candidates, who reside in the National Territory of Delhi will only be able to apply for DU NCWEB Admission 2019. This board initially started with only 3 students in the year 1944. Till the year 1971, the board of Non-Collegiate conducted its classes in the Arts Faculty Complex but till now, it has more than 15 study centres. The admission in DU NCWEB is provided on a merit basis. One, who secures good marks in the qualifying examination (12th standard) is allotted with her institute in the first merit list.
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The numbers of merit list will keep on increasing on the basis of the number of the available seats. The board serves undergraduate as well as postgraduate courses to the aspirants. In order to take admission, the candidate will have to register herself to the official portal of the concerned authority. One can note the fact that females, who get enrolled in the NCWEB DU are not allowed to pursue any other full-time course. The Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board provides the library facility to the candidates in their study centres. The board has decided a certain percentage of attendance, i.e., 66%, which has to be possessed by the candidate during their study session. In order to get complete details about DU NCWEB Admission 2019, read the whole article below.
DU NCWEB Eligibility Criteria 2019
Candidates, who want to take admission in the board of Non-Collegiate will have to make sure that they possess enough eligibility as per the specified criteria. The eligibility has been mentioned below:
- One, wanting admission in the bachelor’s course will have to make sure that they have secured a minimum of 40% in the qualifying examination.
Candidate, who wish to study in PG Course will have to make sure that they have passed an undergraduate course from a recognized institute. The admission in the PG course shall be provided by two modes-merit basis and entrance examination. The mode of admission will be based on the institute.
NCWEB Important Dates 2019
The events of NCWEB shall be conducted on the specified dates. The candidates, who wish to pursue their course from this board must keep themselves updated about the dates of the events of DU NCWEB. The official dates have not been announced by the authority. The tentative dates have been tabulated below:
|Starting of NCWEB Online Registration 2019||15th of May 2019|
|DU NCWEB Online Registration Last Date 2019||7th of June 2019|
|Release of the First NCWEB Cut Off List||30th of June 2019|
|Starting of the admission on the basis of first cut off list||30th of June-3rd of July 2019|
|Release of the Second NCWEB Cut Off List||6th of July 2019|
|Starting of the admission on the basis of second cut off list||6th of July-9th of July 2019|
|Release of the Third NCWEB Cut Off List||12th of July 2019|
|Starting of the admission on the basis of third cut off list||12th of July-14th of July 2019|
|Release of the Fourth NCWEB Cut Off List||18th of July 2019|
|Starting of the admission on the basis of fourth cut off list||18th of July-20th of July 2019|
|Release of the Fifth NCWEB Cut Off List||24th of July 2019|
|Starting of the admission on the basis of fifth cut off list||24th of July-26th of July 2019|
DU NCWEB Application Form 2019
The Delhi University will be releasing the application form of NCWEB. The candidates, who wish to take admission through the board of Non-Collegiate will have to register themselves for the aspired course. The registration form will get published on the official website of the board, ncweb.du.ac.in. The applicants, while registration, will have to fill their basic details. The DU NCWEB Application Form 2019 will be released in an online mode only. While doing the registration, the candidate has to make sure that the username and the password she is generating is easy to remember as it will be required at the time of admission. Before filling the registration form, the candidate must run her eye upon the eligibility criteria.
If the applicant turns ineligible, then she will not be able to apply for the course aspired. While filling the NCWEB Application Form 2019, the candidates must make sure that they are providing in the correct details (especially the contact details), as the confirmation of the application submission shall be intimated on the registered e-mail id and the mobile number. If the candidate does not have her own mobile number or e-mail id, then she can provide the contact details of her parents/guardians. One can note the fact that post the submission of the application form, the applicants will have to pay the mandatory fee. While filling in the application form, the candidates will have to upload certain documents. The candidate has to make sure that the documents she is uploading are of the specifications as per prescribed by the authority.
DU NCWEB Application Fee 2019
During the procedure of the submission of the application form, the step of the fee payment will be the most important step. The candidate will be able to pay the fee in an online mode. The fee can be paid through Net Banking/ Credit Card/ Debit Card. The criteria of the fee are summarised in the tabular format below:
Courses Offered through DU NCWEB 2019
Delhi University offers a number of course through the board of non-collegiate. The candidates, while filling in the application form will be provided with a chance of selecting the preferred course. This is to be noted that the candidate will be able to choose only one course at a time. The applicants will be able to study the following courses if she is enrolled from Non-Collegiate Women’s Educational Board:
- BA (programme)
- B. Com
- M.A. Hindi
- M. A. English
- M. A. History
- M. A. Political Science
- M. A. Punjabi
- M. A. Sanskrit
- M. A. Philosophy
- M. A. Mathematics
- M. Sc. Mathematics
- M.A. Persian
- M.A. Arabic
Due to a huge number of the females getting enrolled in NCWEB, Delhi University has allotted some of its institutes as its study centres. The candidate will be allotted her study centre as per her rank in the merit list. After one receives the merit list, the candidate will have to report to her allotted/ aspired study centre at the allotted time. Below mentioned is the list of the study centres of NCWEB:
- Aditi Mahavidyalaya
- Aryabhatta College
- Bhagini Nivedita College
- Bharti College
- College Of Vocational Studies
- Dr B.R. Ambedkar College
- Hansraj College
- J.D.M College
- Jesus & Mary College
- Kalindi College
- Keshav Mahavidyalaya
- Lakshmi Bai College
- Maharaja Agrasen College
- Maitreyi College
- Mata Sundari College
- Miranda House
- Moti Lal Nehru College
- P.G.D.A.V. College
- Rajdhani College
- Ramanujan College
- Satyawati College (Eve.)
- Sggsc Of Commerce
- Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College
- Sri Aurobindo College
- Vivekananda College
Note: The candidates getting enrolled in Post-Graduate courses are held at Tutorial Building, Arts Faculty, University of Delhi, and North Campus.
Documents Required at the time of Admission
The candidates, while taking admission, will be requiring certain documents. If the candidate lacks any document, then she will not be able to take admission. One can note the fact that the candidate will have to take original as well as photocopied documents while going to take admission. The documents, which will be needed at the time of the admission are listed below:
- Class 10th Certificate.
- Provisional Certificate of class XII.
- Class 12th Certificate.
- Character cum Residence Certificate.
- Latest three passport size photograph.
- Caste Certificate for SC/ST/OBC candidates if required.
- Transfer/ migration certificate for those who have passed class 12 from outside Delhi.
- Allotment Form
Delhi University will serve admission in Non-Collegiate Women’s Educational Board on the basis of one’s rank in cut off. The authority will structure the cut off on the basis of the marks one achieves in the qualifying examination. The university will be releasing the first DU Cut Off NCWEB 2019 tentatively on the 30th of June 2019. The second cut off will get released on the 6th of July 2019. After the cut off gets released, the candidate will be allotted the institute as per her rank in the cut-off.
The university will release the cut off in an online mode. After the cut off gets released, the candidate will have to download the allotment form by logging in. The allotment form will, too, be required at the time of the admission. The procedure of the admission after every cut off will remain the same. The university will release only 4 cutoffs. The 5th and the 6th cut off will get released on the basis of the number of the available seats.
DU NCWEB Admission Procedure 2019
The candidate will be providing admission on the basis of one’s rank in the cut-off. After the candidate gets approval for getting admission, the applicant will have to log in to the UG Admission Portal and then make the admission fee payment.