DU Admissions 2020: St Stephen’s College Declares First Cut-Offs; 99.25% for Economics Honors

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University of Delhi: St Stephen’s College has released the cut-off list for the academic year 2020-21. The minimum eligibility criteria for various BA and BSc Honors courses have been published. The college has registered the highest cut-off for BA (Honors) Economics at 99.25% for the General Category. Other cut-offs for students from Humanities stream include: BA (Honors) History- 98.25, BA Programme- 98, BA (Honors) English: 98.75.

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The courses are:

  • BA (Honors) Economics.
  • BA (Honors) History.
  • BA (Honors) English.
  • BA (Honors) Philosophy.
  • BA (Honors) Sanskrit.
  • BSc (Honors) Mathematics.
  • BSc (Honors) Chemistry.
  • BSc (Honors) Physics.
  • BSc Programme with Chemistry.
  • BSc Programme with Computer Science.
  • BA Programme.
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Click here to view the complete list.

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St Stephen’s College has also released other details like the prospectus, notice, etc along with the cut-offs.

Also read: DU ADMISSIONS: APPLICATION FORM BEGINS; EDIT OPTION OPEN FOR UG STUDENTS

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