St. Stephen’s College of Delhi University has announced its first cutoff with BA (H) English course available to candidates securing at least 99 per cent in Class XII board exams. Further, the general category candidates who wish to seek admissions in BA (H) Economics, this year, need to secure minimum marks of 98.25 per cent in addition to a score of 90 per cent in Mathematics subject in Class 12th board examinations.
The lowest cutoff was marked at 70 per cent for BA (H) Sanskrit programme for the candidates belonging to general category. Interestingly, the cutoff for St. Stephen’s College for DU 2016 admissions for BA (H) English and BA (H) Sanskrit is the same as last year; however, there has been a slight increase in the cutoff as compared to that of last year for some of the courses including BA (H) Philosophy, B.Sc (H) Chemistry and B.Sc programme (Maths, Physics and Chemistry).
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Based on the first cutoff released by St. Stephen’s College, the applicants will have to appear for interviews to be held between June 20 and July 9, 2016 for different programmes including Sanskrit, Economics, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and B.Sc programmes. St. Stephen’s College is conducting interviews for shortlisting candidates for DU 2016 admission process.
St. Stephen’s College Admission Cut off: An analysis
BA Programme –
As per the cutoff announced by St. Stephen’s College for admission year 2016, a general category candidate with Science subjects in Class 12th board examinations needs to secure at least 96.5 per cent which is 0.5 per cent higher than the last year’s cutoff for admissions to BA programme. Moreover, as per the announced cut off, the candidates securing 97 per cent and higher marks in their Commerce subjects in Class 12th exam will be offered admissions in BA programme. The last year’s cut off for admissions in BA programme for commerce students was 96.50 per cent.
Further, general category candidates from Humanities background need minimum marks of 96 per cent for admissions in BA programme which has remained unchanged as compared to the last year’s cutoff.
BA (H) Economics –
The general category candidates with Science subjects in Class 12th would need 97.25 per cent, and those from Commerce and Humanities subjects would need 98.25 and 96.75 per cent marks, respectively for admissions to BA (H) Economics in St. Stephen’s College. This year’s cut off showed a slight decline as compared to last year’s cutoff of 97.50, 98.50 and 97 per cent for the general category candidates coming from Science, Commerce and Humanities background, respectively.
BA (H) Mathematics –
2016 Cutoff in %
2015 Cutoff in %
% Change in Cutoff*
* Per cent change in comparison to last year
BA (H) English –
B.Sc (H) Chemistry (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics)–
B.Sc (H) Physics (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics)–
B.Sc programme (Maths, Physics and Chemistry)–
B.Sc programme (Maths, Physics and Computer Science)–
St. Stephen’s is one of the colleges affiliated to University of Delhi offering admissions in various undergraduate programmes including BA, BA (H) English, BA (H) Economics, BA (H) Sanskrit, BA (H) Philosophy, BA (H) History, B.Sc (H) Physics, B.Sc (H) Chemistry and B.Sc Programmes.
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Hello dear aspirant.
You have not clearly mentioned whether for UG or PG and which course you are interested in.
As of now admission in DU is on merit list basis first you should know past years cutoff and then prepare hard and score good marks in board exams so that you can easily get a seat in DU .
Hope it helps you.
Hello Anurag, Yes these three subjects are fine but you need to add one more subject in order to complete the best of four percentage. The rule is that you need one subject related to the course you are applying for, one language course(most of the students have english) and other two courses you can select as any two subjects with maximum marks.
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