The cut-off percentage has gone higher in all the 10 courses offered by the college by 0.5 to 5 percent. Credit: Representational Image

Guwahati: St Stephen’s College has become the first college affiliated under Delhi University to release their cut-off list for admission to BA Honours and Programme courses this year. The cut-off percentage has gone higher in all the 10 courses offered by the college by 0.5 to 5 percent this year in comparison to last year.

To study for BA (Hons) Economics at the college, a student has score 99.25% in their higher secondary examinations, for BA Programme the cut-off stands at 99 per cent for both commerce and science stream students. Commerce students would need 99% to be eligible for History, English and BA Programme.

Sanskrit (Hons) has seen the highest increase from 65% last year to 70% this year for Commerce and Science students.

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Sanskrit (Hons) has seen the highest increase from 65% last year to 70% this year for Commerce and Science students.

All the science subjects have seen an increase in cut-offs. The percentage required for Chemistry (Hons) and Physics (Hons) has gone up to 96.67% and 97.66% this year from 96.33% and 96.66% last year. The cut-off for Maths has increased for both Science and Commerce students from 97.75% and 97.5%, respectively, last year to 98% this year, but there has been a marginal drop of 0.25% for students from Humanities who want to study Maths will now need 96.5% in their best of four.

Likewise, cut-offs for B.Sc Programme (Computer Science) and B.Sc Programme (Chemistry) have gone up from 96.66% and 95% to 97.67% and 96.33% this year respectively.

https://www.ststephens.edu/notice-ug2020-cutoffs/

St. Stephen College’s cut off calculates the percentage out of the best four subject marks secured in class 12. It must includes one language subject, one core subject, and the remaining two subjects based on the highest marks scored in Class 12 board exams. Other parameters such as the number of candidates applying for admission and availability of seats are also considered while determining the St. Stephens College cut off 2020.

Applicants fulfilling the requirements in the cut-off list are usually required to appear for a written test followed by an interview. However keeping in view the pandemic, there have changes in recruitment process as the college has decided not to hold face-to-face interviews this year for its undergraduate (UG) admission process, and opting to the online mode instead. The college will also not conduct written entrance exams this year.

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Those who meet the eligibility criteria are supposed to download a form from the college website and email it to the email ID provided for each corresponding course on the college website along with their marksheets.

Cut-offs for the remaining DU colleges are expected mid-October, according to DU officials.



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