The Non Collegiate Woman Education Board also released the third cutoff on Saturday. The board will admit it from 9 November. Even in its cutoff, the major colleges have not reduced the cut-off of BA program and BCom program. Miranda, Hansraj College and Jesus & Mary College have reduced the cutoff marginally. Its admissions will also be from Monday.
In the second cutoff, there has been a drop from 0.25 per cent to 7 per cent compared to the first cutoff. Students of Delhi are admitted in NCWeb related to DU. NCWeb has centers in more than 25 colleges of DU. All these centers issue cut-offs for admission in vacant seats there.
Under this, Miranda House College, the first cutoff for admission to the vacant seats of graduation in the academic session 2020-21, had issued a cutoff of 87 per cent for admission to BCom, but Miranda House fell by 0.25 per cent compared to the first cutoff. 86.75 percent cutoff has been issued for admission in BCom.
Earlier, Delhi University had released the first cutoff of Non Collegiate Woman Education Board (NCWeb) BA program and first cutoff of BCom Honors. This time in the B.Com program, the cutoff for Economics and Political Science Combination at Hansraj and Miranda House College has increased by 3% in the general category.
Both these colleges have a cutoff of 87 per cent of general category, 81 per cent of OBC, 78 per cent of SC, 60 per cent of ST, 72 per cent of PWD and 87 per cent of EWS in the combination of these subjects. Bcom has the highest cut-off in two colleges at 87 per cent. Last year, the cutoff in these colleges was 85 percent. This cut-off occurred at Miranda House and Hansraj College.