DU Admission 2020: St. Stephen's College First Cutoff Released, Higher as Compared to Last Year; Check Subject-wise list here

Aarushi Kalra Aarushi Kalra
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St. Stephen's College affiliated to Delhi University has released the cut off list for admission to B.A Hons and program courses. This year the cutoff set by the college is higher as compared to the last year. The minimum marks required for admission in most of the courses including B.A.(Hons) Economics is above 99% for which the cutoff released last year was 97.7%.

Students seeking admission to Economics programs in St. Stephen’s College must have scored 99.25% in class 12 results, whereas for admission in the B.A. program the cut off released is 99% for both science and commerce streams. For admission in the history program, the cut-off strikes at 99%. 

Since the cutoff released by St. Stephen's College has increased in all the courses, the biggest jump can be seen in the Sanskrit (Hons) program for which the cutoff has increased from 65% to 70% for commerce and science stream students. However, the cutoff stands at 65% for humanities students. 

The cutoff released by Delhi University affiliated colleges is the percentage set on the basis of the best four marks obtained in the class 12 board exams. The best four subjects consist of one language subject, one core subject, and two subjects in which the highest marks are obtained in class 12. However, the criteria may vary from program to program, students are advised to go through the college prospectus and read the eligibility thoroughly. 

CheckDU Expected Cutoff for Various Colleges

Students whose score falls under St. Stephen's College Cutoff 2020 will have to undergo the document verification process. 

St. Stephen's College Cutoff 2020: Course and Category wise Cutoff

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This year there has been a spike in the number of students securing above 95% in CBSE class 12 boards. Delhi University reports also reflect that most of the applications are from CBSE students. DU has received the maximum number of applications in the past 3 years with a count of 3,53,919.