St Stephen's College, University of Delhi has released its first cut-off list for UG courses on its official website ststephens.edu. The aspirants who have applied for St Stephen's merit-based admissions now can check the first cut off list for BA, and BSc (Programme/Hons) courses. Announcing the highest cut-off of 99.5% for B.A Economics (Hons) for students of Humanities and Commerce, college marks the lowest cut off of 69% for B.A Sanskrit.
The 1st cut off list for B.A Sanskrit, B.A Philosophy, B.A History, B.A Program, B.A English, B.A Economics, B.Sc Mathematics, B.Sc Physics, B.Sc Chemistry, B.Sc Programme with Computer Science, BSc Programme with Chemistry courses is available at the ststephens.edu and the same for reference of the candidates is shared below.
The minimum eligibility requirement for being called for Interviews to the B.A, B.Sc courses. is as follows:
1. Commerce and Science students will require 99% to be eligible for admission to B.A History (Hons), English (Hons) and the B.A programme.
2. Commerce and Science students will require 99% to be eligible for admission to History (Hons), English (Hons) and the BA programme
3. The cut-off for Humanities students for B.A Hons (History), B.A Hons (English) and the B.A Programme stands at 98.25%, 98.7% and 97.75% respectively.
4. Admissions into the B.A Sanskrit course will take place with a Cut off of 69% for all stream candidates.
5. The cut off list for B.Sc Mathematics stands at 98.5% for Commerce, Humanities, and Science students.
In case of any discrepancy of misinformation, the college reserves the right to review it if any compelling reason to do so.
Likewise last year, St. Stephen's College will not be holding entrance tests due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In that case, interviews will be conducted online. The schedule for the interviews will be announced on the college website in due course of time.
Delhi University holds merit-based admissions that are done on the basis of cut-offs. St. Stephen's College releases a separate cut-off list which is given 85 per cent weightage and the remaining 15 per cent to online interviews.