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St. Stephen's College Cut-off list published today, 15 June; 98.5% for English and 95 for B.Sc.

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St. Stephen's College Cut-off list published today, 15 June; 98.5% for English and 95 for B.Sc.

 

NEW DELHI: St. Stephen's College of Delhi University has released their first cut off list today, 15 June, for undergraduate courses. The St. Stephen's College application process finished yesterday for admission into undergraduate courses. We are providing some of the cut-off details for St. Stephen's College here and the entire cut-off list will be available on their official website.

The cut-off for BA Commerce is 97%, BA Humanities is 95% and BA Science is 96.5% for all General category students. For Bachelor of Economics, under Commerce, the cut-off is 98.5% and 97.5% each for both science and humanities stream students in the General category.



St. Stephen's College Cut-off List for Undergraduate Courses (General Category)

No. Course Commerce Humanities Science
1 B.A. Programme 97 95 96.5
2 Economics 98.5 97.5 97.5
3 Mathematics 97 96 97
4 English 98.5 97.25 98
5 History 97.75 96 97
6 Philosophy 97 95 95.5
7 Sanskrit 70 70 70
8 Chemistry - - 96.33
9 Physics - - 96.66
10 B.Sc. Programme (PMC) - - 95
11 B.Sc. Programme (PMComp Sc.) - - 95.66

All the cut-offs in the table above are for General Category students/applicants.

Sanskrit is the only course for which the cut-off is below 90.

The cut-offs are different for students belonging to categories like SC/ST (Non-Christian), CST (Christian Scheduled Tribe), CNI (Church of North India), CNID (CNI Delhi Diocese), COTH (Christian Others), PWD (Person with Disability), CPH (Christian Physically Challenged) and UR (Urdu Candidate).

Although St. Stephen's College is a part of Delhi University, it conducts a separate application process and selection process to that of DU's since it is a minority institution.

The St. Stephen's interview list will be published today, June 15, on the official website since the cut-offs for various undergraduate courses has been released already. All the shortlisted candidates for the interview process will also have to take an aptitude test that will be conducted by the college.



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