DU NCWEB Special Drive Cut-off List 2022: The Delhi University NCWEB Admission 2022 special drive cut-off list has been revealed. The SC/ST/OBC special drive cut-off list has been issued. Candidates can view the special drive cut-off list on the DU website, admission.uod.ac.in. The cut-off lists for admission to the Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board's (NCWEB) B.A. (Programme) and B.Com programmes for the Academic Year 2022-2023 have been issued. Candidates can apply for admission from December 7 through December 8, 2022, using a unique cut-off list.
The college has till December 9, 2022, to complete the permissions for admission against the special drive cut-off. The deadline for candidates to pay for the special driving cut-off is December 10, 2022.
The DU NCWEB Special Drive for SC/ST/OBC Cut-off list is for applicants who were eligible but could not or did not accept admission in the previous five Cut-offs for various reasons.
According to the official notification, candidates can apply to a single Programme and College by ensuring they meet the required eligibility conditions and declared Special Drive for SC/ST/OBC Cut-off.
According to the official announcement, applicants can register online for the DU NCWEB special campaign for S.C., S.T., and OBC cut-off lists between December 7 (10 am) and December 8 (11:59 pm) at relevant teaching centres. Hansraj College and Miranda House had the highest cut-offs in BCom, with 69 and 67 marks for OBC and S.C. applicants, respectively. The cut-off score for S.T. applicants is 45 points across the board.
According to the DU NCWEB admission deadline, universities must submit admission approvals for the special drive cut-off by December 9. The latest date for candidates to pay admission fees for the special drive cut-off is December 19. (5 pm).
Candidates who have been admitted to DU's NCWEB programme or college through any of the previous five cut-off lists and the first special cut-off will be ineligible to participate in the special drive for SC, ST, and OBC cut-off. Candidates from the SC, ST, and OBC categories who were eligible but could not or did not take admission in the previous cut-offs are entitled to take admission against the special drive cut-off.