DU Admissions 2017: St Stephen’s College releases first cut-off list
While the cut off was kept at 98.5 per cent for commerce students, for English (hons) this year the it went down to 0.5 percentage points down from last year’s 99 per cent and for economics (hons) it was kept at 0.3 percentage points up from 98.2 per cent in 2016
New Delhi: The first cut-off list for admission to various undergraduate courses in St Stephen’s College under the University of Delhi with the highest for English (honours) and economics (honours) was announced on Wednesday.
Aspirants can check the cut-off list by visiting the official site of the Delhi University.
While the cut off was kept at 98.5 per cent for commerce students, for English (hons) this year the it went down to 0.5 percentage points down from last year’s 99 per cent and for economics (hons) it was kept at 0.3 percentage points up from 98.2 per cent in 2016.
Take a look at the cut offs for different streams:
- Students from humanities should have 97.25 per cent or above marks in their Class 12 for English (hons).
- Science pupils must have scored 98 per cent or above.
- For economics (hons), students from humanities and science streams should have 97 per cent or above scores.
- For mathematics (hons), the cut-off is 97 per cent for commerce, 96 per cent for humanities and 97 per cent for science stream students.
- History (hons) is available at 97.75 per cent for commerce students, 96 per cent for humanities students and for science students it was 97 per cent.
- Chemistry (hons) is available at 96.33 per cent.
- Physics (hons) is available at 97.33 per cent.
It could be recalled that St Stephen’s received 24,168 applications for the 410 seats it offers in 11 courses.
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Courses offered by the college:
- Honours in economics, English, history, philosophy, Sanskrit, mathematics, chemistry, physics, BA programme,
- BSc programme (physical sciences) and BSc programme (computer sciences).
Interview criteria in St Stephen’s College:
- Applicants are given 85 per cent weightage for Class 12 marks with five per cent for aptitude test and 10 per cent for interview.
- Persons with disability (PwD) category will not have to appear for the aptitude test and interview will have a weightage of 15 per cent.
All other DU colleges will declare their cut-offs on June 20.