St Stephen's announces undergraduate cutoffs
For BA, candidates in general category need to have at least 98 per cent as their "best of four" marks if they are from commerce and science streams, and 96.5 if they are from humanities
- Published 25.06.19, 10:31 AM
- Updated 25.06.19, 3:09 PM
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Delhi University's St Stephen's College announced its cut-offs for various courses on Monday.
The college has at least 50 per cent of the seats reserved for Christians and follows separate admission criteria.
For the Bachelor of Arts (BA) programme, candidates from the general category need to have at least 98 per cent as their "best of four" marks if they are from commerce and science streams. Humanities students need to have a best-four percentage of 96.5.
Commerce students need to have a best of four percentage of 98.75 for applying to the BA (Honours) in economics, while humanities and science students need to have 98.5 and 97.75 per cent, respectively.
Commerce and science students need to have a best-of-four percentage of 98.75 and 98.25 per cent for those applying for BA (Honours) in English.
For BSc (Honours) in mathematics, commerce, science and humanities students need to have a best-of-four percentage of 97.5, 97.75 and 96.75, respectively.
Science and commerce students applying for BA (Honours) in history need to have 98.5 per cent, while humanities students need to have at least 97.25 per cent.
Commerce and humanities students need to have at least 97 per cent in order to be eligible for admission to BA (Hons) in Philosophy and science students at least 96.5 per cent.
Students need to have at least 65 per cent for admission for BA (Hons) in Sanskrit, 96.33 per cent for BSc (Hons) in Chemistry and 96.66 per cent for Physics.
Candidates applying for admission to the BSc programme with chemistry need to have a best of four percentage of 95 and 96.66 per cent for admission to BSc programme with computer science.
There are separate cut-offs under the quota for the applicants from the Church of North India (CNI).
According to the college, a total of 19,862 applications were received this year. Of these applicants, 59.2 per cent were female and the rest male.
Humanities had a total of 13,089 applications and sciences had 6,773 completed applications.
The total number of Christian applications were 1,105.
English got a a total of 3,505 applications, followed by economics with 3,418 applicants. Mathematics got 2,231 applications.
Interviews begin on Friday. Applicants can download their interview call letter, if selected, from the college website after Wednesday, the college said.