DU Admission Cut-off 2020: St. Stephens College releases cut-off, see list here

BA Honors cutoff is 98.75 per cent for students with Faculty of Humanities for Economics while 98 per cent for Faculty of Science.

16th September, 2020

DU Admission Cut-Off 2020: St. Stephen's College, under Delhi University, has released the first cutoff list late Tuesday for admission to undergraduate courses. The college has placed the highest cut-off of 99.25 per cent for 12th pass students from general category commerce faculty for admission to BA Honors Economics. Last year, the college had set a 98.75 percent cutoff for admission to BA Honors Economics, which is a jump of 0.25 percent over the previous year.

For BA Honors Economics, the cutoff is 98.75 percent for the students of Humanities Faculty, while for the Faculty of Science it is 98 percent. For BA Honors in English and History, respectively, the cutoff is 99-99 percent. However, students with humanities faculty will be able to take 98.75 percent in English and 98.25 percent in history.

At the same time, for science faculty, the cutoff for admission to history is 99 percent and for English it is 98.75 percent. For admission to BA Hons Sanskrit, the lowest is 70 per cent (Faculty of Commerce), 65 per cent (Faculty of Humanities) and 70 per cent (Faculty of Science).

St. Stephens College released cutoff for these courses

BA (Hons) Economics
BA (Hons) History
BA (Hons) English
BA (Hons) Philosophy
BA (Hons) Sanskrit
BAC (Hons) Mathematics
BAC (Hons) Chemistry
BAC (Hons) Physics
BSC Program with Chemistry
BSc Program with Computer Science
BA Program

BA Program Category Cutoff

General: -99 percent SC-96.5 ST-97 disabled -97

BSC Program - Computer Science Category - Cut Off

General - 97.67 SC-95.67 ST-82.67

BSc Honors Mathematics

General- 98 SC- 95 ST- 78

BA Honors Philosophy

General- 98 SC-96 ST- 78

The admission process at St. Stephen's College, Delhi University started from June 30. Christian Minority College Center Stephens opened its portal by the last date of the month. For admission in this college, the registration form of the college had to be filled, as well as the registration form of DU was also to be filled. Explain that 50 percent seats of the college are reserved for Christian students.

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Reported by:
Pankaj Prasad