DU offers UG and PG admissions to women on the weekends. This is specially designed for those who work on weekdays.
Non-Collegiate Women Education Board is an initiative started in 1943 to encourage women for higher education in DU. 32,000 students are presently pursuing UG and PG studies under NCWEB. This program allows women to support themselves financially by allowing them to work five days a week and attend classes on weekends.
NCWEB offers BA and BCom. Master’s degree is offered in English, Mathematics, Political Science, Hindi, Sanskrit, History and Punjabi. Classes are held in various affiliated colleges of DU. Some classes are also held in the evening. Guest faculties teach NCWEB students. There are 26 centres for UG students and one for PG.
Financial Aid Provision
The University offers financial aid to students below the poverty line. The fee for UG programmes was Rs 3,365 while the fee for PG programmes was Rs 4,500. For books, the Loan facility is also available to the needy and deserving.
Application to male students
The admissions are exclusively for women residents under NCWEB in Delhi.
CUET score – Required or Not?
Admissions for this year under NCWEB will be based on the Class 12 marks of the applicants. There is no need to register in the CSAS portal. However, applications will take place through a separate window which is open for 3 months. October 19 is the last date for registration. The only drawback is that the students applying under NCWEB cannot change their preference once they allot a centre.
Students applying must reside in NCT Delhi.
Classes mostly take place during weekends but sometimes, during mid-semester breaks, the classes take place on weekdays.
Second Degree along with a DU degree
A student can currently only pursue one degree under NCWEB.
The University allows a student to discontinue their studies and continue later.
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