Online Admission Against DU NCWEB 5th Cut-Off Begins Today

The Delhi University’s Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) admission against special drive cut-off has been started today, December 7, 2022. Students belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Other Backward Class (OBC) categories can apply online for admission in BA and BCOM programmes at

About 26 colleges affiliated with DU are offering NCWEB admission against special drive cut-off for SC, ST and OBC candidates.

Candidates can check the official website – to download the 5th DU NCWEB cut-off 2022. The cut off has been released for B.A. and B.Com. courses.

As per the official release, aspirants can register online against the DU NCWEB special drive for SC, ST and OBC cut-off list between December 7 (10 am) and December 8 (11:59 pm) at respective teaching centres.

 The Hansraj College and Miranda House has recorded highest cut-off of 69 and 67 marks in BCom for OBC and SC candidates respectively. While cut-off mark for ST candidates is 45 marks for all colleges.

As per the DU NCWEB admission date, colleges have to complete approvals for admission against the special drive cut-off by December 9 and the last date of payment of admission fees by candidates against the special drive cut-off is December 19 (5 pm).

The DU has prepared the special drive cut-off for SC, ST and OBC candidates by considering the availability of vacant seats in Programme + NCWEB College Centre.

Once the admissions are approved, candidates must pay the admission fee to lock their seats. Admission fees must be paid by December 3 at 5 PM. It is possible to pay the admission fees online with a debit card, credit card, or net banking.

The candidates who have secured admission in DU’s NCWEB programme or college in any of the earlier five cut-off lists along with first special cut-off will not be eligible to participate in the special drive for SC, ST and OBC cut-off. However, the candidates belonging to SC, ST and OBC categories who were eligible but could not or did not take admission in the cut-offs issued earlier, are eligible to take admission against the special drive cut-off.

How to check DU NCWEB 5th cut-off 2022

Applicants can follow the steps given below to apply based on the special cut-off announced.

  • Open DU CSAS admission portal,
  • click on the ‘NCWEB’ section on the home page.
  • click on the ‘fifth cut-off 2022’ link.
  • The DU NCWEB cut off 2022 will be displayed on the screens.
  • Check the cut off and download for future reference.

The University of Delhi will release a special cut-off for SC, ST, and OBC candidates on December 6. Payment for admission against the special drive cut off must be made by December 10.

“In case seats are still vacant, further cut-offs may be announced by the university to fill the same. If needed, the university may also conduct a special drive-in order to fill vacant seats against the reserved category,” the official notification reads.

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