St. Stephen’s College Cutoff 2017

St. Stephen’s College Cutoff 2017St. Stephen’s College Cut off 2017– St. Stephen’s College, one of the minority colleges affiliated to University of Delhi (DU) has announced cut off list for DU admissions 2017 on June 14. The St. Stephen’s cut off marks for DU admissions 2017 is available separately for each stream i.e. Commerce, Arts and Science and for General category and Reserved Categories. The cut off marks for BA programme in St. Stephen’s cutoff list 2017 mentions marks of Best Four Subjects (BFS) for General Category under Commerce stream - 97, Humanities - 95 and 96.5 for Science. Similarly, St. Stephens Cut off Marks 2017 is different for each undergraduate pogramme as category-wise and stream-wise. The Cut off marks for DU admissions 2017 is the minimum marks requirement for candidates seeking admissions in St, Stephen's College. The candidates need to calculate their best of four subjects marks to meet the criteria for DU cut off list 2017. Candidates seeking admissions to BA programme, BA (H) Economics, BA (H) English, BA (H) Mathematics, B.Sc (H) Physics, B.Sc (H) Chemistry and B.Sc programmes can check here cut off marks for St Stephens College as mentioned on this page below. 

Delhi University has completed application procedure of DU admissions 2017 by June 13 and candidates who have applied for admissions to undergrdauate programmes offered at various colleges of DU can appear for Aptitude Test and Interview round. The Interview for St. Stephens will begin from June 17, 2017 and a total of 24,168 candidates have applied for admssions to UG programmes. Candidates can check below events of St. Stephen's College admissions 2017 - 

 

St. Stephen's College admission dates 2017 

Events

Important Dates

Application

May 22 - June 13, 2017

Cutoff List announcement

June 14, 2017

List of Shortlisted candidates for Interview publishes on

June 15, 2017

Aptitude Test and Interview

June 17, 2017

Registration begins

June 19, 2017

St. Stephen’s College Cut off 2017

 

Candidates can check here cut off marks for St. Stephens admissions 2017 for each category and programme as mentioned below - 

 

Cut off Marks St. Stephens admissions 2017

Programme

Category

Commerce Stream

Science Stream

Arts/Humanities Stream

Bachelor of Arts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General

97

96.5

95

SC

95

94.5

93

ST

93

92.5

91

Christian ST (CST)

85

84.5

83

Christian Others (COTH)

87

86.5

85

Persons with Disability (PH)

92

91.5

90

Christian Physically Challenged (CPH)

77

76.5

75

Urdu Candidates (UR)

82

81.5

80

Mathematics

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gen

97

97

96

SC

94

94

93

ST

93

93

92

CST

82

82

81

COTH

90

90

89

PH

85

85

84

CPH and Church of North India (CNI) and CNI Diocese

82

82

81

English

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gen

98.5

98

97.25

SC, ST

97.5

97

96.25

CPH

73.5

73

73.25

CST

88.25

88

87.25

COTH

95.5

95

94.5

PH

96.5

95.25

96

CNID

83.5

83

82.25

CNI

86.5

86

85.25

Economics

 

 

 

Gen

98.5

97.5

97.5

SC and COTH

95.5

94.5

94.5

ST

92.5

91.5

91.5

PH, CNI, CPH, CST and CNID

83.5

82.5

82.5

History

 

 

 

 

 

Gen

97.75

97

96

SC, ST

95.75

95

94

CPH, CNI, CNID

82.75

82

81

CST

91.75

91

90

COTH

89.75

89

88

PH

93.75

93

92

Philosophy

 

 

 

Gen

97

95.5

95

SC, ST, PH and CST

92

90.5

90

CPH, CNID,and CNI

82

80.5

80

COTH

89

87.5

87

Sanskrit

 

Gen

70

70

70

All Reserved Categories

65

65

65

Cutoff Marks for Science programmes - 

Programme

Category

Cutoff Marks (three subjects – PCM/PMC)

B.Sc. Programme (Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry

 

 

General

95

SC and ST

90

All other reserved categories

80

B.Sc. Programme (Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science)

 

 

 

Gen

95.66

SC

92.66

ST

90.66

All other reserved categories

80.66

Candidates can check complete cut off list for St Stephen's admissions 2017 through the official pdf below - 

 

 

St. Stephens Cut off 2016

 

Candidates can find below the St. Stephen’s College cutoff 2016 for UG admissions for each offered programmes in each category through pdf below 

 

Last year, the cut off marks for St. Stephen's admissions was almost same for BA programmes. However, for Science programmes there is increase of only 0.33 marks. Candidates can check below trends of previous year cut off marks for St Stephens admissions - 

 

St. Stephen’s College Cutoff Trend

 

 

Candidates need to fulfill eligibility criteria of DU admissions 2017 to secure admission in any undergraduate programme. The DU eligibility criteria 2017 includes minimum marks, best of four marks, marks in particular subject of admission. Candidates seeking admission under Sport Category need to get their documents verified during Trials between June 14 and June 16. The trial for sports category will begin from June 18 and will end on June 25, The Interview of Sports Category candidates will be conducted on July 5, 2017 at Principal's office, St Stephen's College.  

 

St. Stephen’s College affiliated to University of Delhi (DU) offers undergraduate (UG) admissions in the various programmes including BA Programme, BA (H) Economics, BA (H) English, B.Sc (H) Mathematics and B.Sc Programme.


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