St. Stephen’s College has started its interviews for admission on 19 June 2014. The cutoff percentage has been set as high as 98% for courses like Economics and English for 4 year UG programmes.
According to the list, the cut-off for Economics is 98 per cent in best of four subjects for students who have studied Commerce in 10+2 while those who have studied science and humanities require 97.25 and 97 per cent marks respectively to qualify for the interview. The cut-off percentages for English course have been set exactly as that for Economics under the General and Scheduled Caste (SC) categories. For students under SC category, the cut-off for the two courses stood at 95 per cent for commerce students and 94.25 per cent and 94 per cent for science and humanities students respectively. For Mathematics course, the cut-offs are 97.25 per cent for students from Commerce stream, 97 per cent for Science and 95 per cent for students of Humanities in the best of four. The cut-offs for Chemistry, Physics, History and Philosophy were above 95 per cent for general category students and more than almost 90 per cent for those under SC/ST category. The cut off for Sanskrit remained the same as last year at 65 per cent for students under General category.
Delhi University will declare its first merit list on 24 June 2014. Once the interviews for the students are over, a list of approved candidates will be declared. Waiting list will be put up once the current admission process is completed.
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