St. Stephen’s College Cutoff 2019: St. Stephen’s College has released the first cut off of St. Stephen's College 2019 on June 25, 2019. The college has announced the Cutoff list of St. Stephen’s College 2019 in online mode on the official website of the university. St. Stephen’s College 2019 cutoff is the list of the minimum marks that a candidate must require while applying for the Delhi University admissions in UG courses. If the candidates fail to have less than the minimum marks given in the St. Stephen’s College Cutoff 2019 list then the candidate will be deemed as ineligible for the admission. The college will announce as much as eleven St. Stephen’s College 2019 Cutoff lists depending on the vacant seats.
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The most important factor that affects the St, Stephen’s 2019 Cutoff list is the average marks obtained by the candidates in the ‘Best of Four’ subjects. The candidates who meet the required marks and are eligible can, further, visit St. Stephen’s College for further DU admission 2019 process and securing the seat in their desired programme/courses.
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St. Stephen’s College Cutoff
The college announces only two Cutoff, in maximum, so the candidate is suggested that he/she is ready with their ‘Best of Four’ marks while going through the Cutoff of St. Stephen’s College 2019. The ‘Best of Four’ is the average of highest marks in any of the four subjects in the 12th standard. Therefore, the candidate must select any four subjects’ marks in which he has scored the highest (the top four subjects). If the candidate is able to score the given minimum marks given in the St. Stephen’s College Cutoff 2019, then the candidate can go and visit the college for further admission process and securing a seat for themselves. The candidate 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.
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 2019. 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
The 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
St. Stephen’s College has announced their first Cutoff list on June 25, 2019
The Cutoff of St. Stephen’s College 2019 is available for the students in online modes from June 25, 2019. No, the university does not send the St. Stephen’s College Cutoff 2019 list via courier/post. The candidate need to visit the university’s official website to check the Cutoff lists.
The cutoff of St. Stephen’s College 2019 is different for all the courses/programmes so it is suggested that the candidates keep a check on all the Cutoff lists that the college announces.
The candidate, after securing a seat in St. Stephen’s College 2019 Cutoff can visit the college for further admission process and payment of the semester’s fees. The candidate must make sure they carry all the required document with themselves during the counselling session.
The ‘Best of Four’ marks are the average of highest marks in any of the fours subjects in the 12th standard. The candidates must make sure these marks must be there as the minimum marks in the Cutoff of Hindu College 2019 for the students to secure a seat.
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