St. Stephen’s College Cut Off 2020 - The University of Delhi affiliated Chrsitian Minority College, St. Stephen’s College will start releasing the St. Stephen’s College 2020 cut off from the month of April. Applicants of Delhi University undergraduate programmes can check the cut off of St. Stephen’s College 2020 on the official website of the college as well as the DU UG online portal. St. Stephen’s College cut off 2020 is the minimum qualifying marks a candidate must obtain to be eligible for admission in their desired programmes. The most important factor that affects the St, Stephen’s 2020 cut off list is the average marks obtained by the candidates in the ‘Best of Four’ subjects. Candidates who fulfill the requirements in the St. Stephen’s College cut off 2020 needs to appear for a written test followed by an interview. The call letters and interview schedule will be available on the college’s website. Once the interviews are over, St. Stephen’s College will put up the list of shortlisted candidates on the college’s website and notice board. Those candidates are required to complete the document verification and registration process to claim their seat. Read the article below to know more about the St. Stephen’s College cut off and other details such as cut off dates, previous year cut offs and admission process.
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Start date of Application
First week of April 2020
St. Stephen’s College first cutoff list
Document verification for 1st cutoff
To be notified soon
St. Stephen’s College second cutoff list
Document verification for 2nd Cutoff
St. Stephen’s College third cutoff list
Document verification for 3rd cutoff
St. Stephen’s College fourth cutoff list
Document verification for 4th cutoff
St. Stephen’s College fifth cutoff list
Document verification for 5th cutoff
St. Stephen’s College sixth cutoff list
Document verification for 6th cutoff
St. Stephen’s College seventh cutoff list
Document verification for 7th cutoff
St. Stephen’s College eighth cutoff list
Document verification for the 8th list
St. Stephen’s College ninth cutoff list
Document verification for the 9th list
St. Stephen’s College tenth cut off list
Document verification process for the 10th list
Best of four marks: The candidates must make sure that the average marks of their top four subjects’ marks are there as the minimum marks in St. Stephen’s College cutoff. Only then the candidate will be able to secure a seat in the college.
Programme/course: The UG programme/course for which the student has applied for
Number of seats: The college can announce as many as Cutoff lists if the seats are still vacant.
Number of applicants: Total number of applicants applying for the UG programmes/courses
Cutoff trend: The lists that are being announced by the college for the programmes over the past years
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English Core 90% OR English Elective 85%
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Sanskrit at Class 10
Science PCM/ PMC%
Gen - General (Non-Christian)
SC/ ST - Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe (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
St. Stephen’s College Cut Off
The college releases the cut off list based on the ‘Best of Four’ marks filled by the applicants in the application form of Delhi University 2020. The ‘Best of Four’ is the average of highest marks in any of the four subjects in the 12th standard. Thus, candidates must select any four subjects’ marks in which they have scored the highest (the top four subjects) to increase their chances of admission. St. Stephen’s College admissions are done on three levels
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Best of four marks
Eligible candidates who qualify the St Stephen's College cut off need to appear in an aptitude test. Candidates are required to download St. Stephen’s College call letter from the official website of the college. Only those candidates who will come up with the call letter will be allowed to sit in the aptitude test. The duration of the aptitude test will be 30 minutes. Based on the performance of the aptitude test, candidates will be invited for the interview rounds. The list of the qualified applicants will be published on the college’s website and notice board after the commencement of interviews. Qualified candidates can go and visit the college for further admission process and securing a seat for themselves. The candidates can submit the fees for their choice of course/programme within the notified period of the admission process. Failure in submitting any document can lead to the candidate’s disqualification from the admission process.
Two recent passport size photograph
A copy of DU application form
Interview call letter
Qualifying examination mark sheet
Proof of date of birth
Reserved category certificate
Physical disability certificate
Candidates can visit the official website of the college or can personally visit the college premises to check the list on the notice board.
St. Stephen’s College first cut off 2020 will be announced in the month of April.
The cut off of St. Stephen’s College 2020 will be available for the students in online mode from the month of April.
Yes, the college will put the cut off lists on the notice board.
The cut off of St. Stephen’s College 2020 is different for all the courses/programmes so it is suggested that the candidates keep a check on all the lists announced by the college.
After securing a seat in St. Stephen’s College 2020 cut off list, candidates can visit the college for further admission process and payment of the semester’s fees.
The ‘Best of Four’ marks are the average of highest marks in any of the fours subjects in the 12th standard.
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