St Stephens Cutoff 2018 : St. Stephens College,one of the prestigious colleges of Delhi University which follows its own admission process has released its first cut off list for under graduate admissions for this year.
The cut off for BA Programme is 98 per cent for general category students who belong to Commerce stream,98 for Science stream, and 95.5 for Humanities students. In case of BA (Hons) Economics, the cut off is 98.75 per cent for General students belonging to the Commerce stream and 97.5 per cent for Science and 98% for Humanities stream students.
The cut off marks for BA (Hons) English is high as expected by everyone and is 98.5 per cent for General students from Commerce stream. There‚Äôs not much relief for Humanities students who should have a 97.5 per cent and for science students who should have a 98 per cent to get admission in BA (Hons) English.
The cut off marks for B.Sc. courses have also seen an increase this year.
The cut off for General category students for other courses are given below :
BA History ‚Äì 98 (Commerce), 98 (Science), 96.5 (Humanities)
BA Philosophy ‚Äì 97 (Commerce), 95.5 (Science), 95 (Humanities)
BA Sanskrit ‚Äì 65 (for all streams)
B.Sc. Chemistry ‚Äì 96 (PCM)
B.Sc. Physics ‚Äì 97.33 (PCM)
B.Sc. Programme (PCM) ‚Äì 94.66 (PCM)
B.Sc. Programme (Maths,Physics,Computer Science) ‚Äì 95.66 (PCM or Physics,Computer Science and Maths)
The interviews for Undergraduate admissions will begin on campus from 18th June 2018.Here is the tentative schedule for interview process.Candidates are advised to check the website to confirm whether the dates have been changed or not.
You can check the complete category wise cutoff list here
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