DU Admissions 2019: Delhi University Releases 6th Cut-Off
DU Admissions 2019: Cut-offs released by colleges on their respective websites for general category students won't be considered valid.
The sixth cut-off list was announced following the culmination of a two-day special drive for applicants belonging to the reserved categories/quota viz Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/Other Backward Classes/Economically Weaker Section/Persons With Disabilities/Kashmiri Migrants/Armed Forces Category/Minority (Sikh). A seventh cut-off list would be released on August 6 if seats are still available.
The special drive was carried out for those could not apply in respective categories and they had the option of requesting for change in categories. For Economically Weaker Section, BA (Hons) Economics was closed in the fifth list but it is open at a cut-off of 97.25 per cent in the sixth list at Shri Ram College of Commerce. B Com(Honours) is closed for EWS category students. All the prominent colleges in North Campus have vacant seats for reserved category students.
The Delhi University's Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board (NCWEB) also announced its fourth cut-off list on Wednesday.
The NCWEB is a non-formal system of obtaining degrees from the Delhi University with lectures being delivered only on the weekends. Only women students residing in the National Capital Territory of Delhi can enrol themselves as students of the board.
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