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DU Admissions 2017: St Stephen's Cut Off List Released

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The cut off list for students who have completed their class 12 exams to get admitted in St Stephen's College of Delhi University has been released. This is for their admissions intoUnder Graduate (UG) courses.

St. Stephens College that is a part of DU, has its own set of rules and regulations for the admissions and selection process. The cut off marks to enrol for different courses is different every year. This year, the list is as follows:

Cut Off list for various courses

BA Programme

  • Commerce: 97 per cent
  • Humanities: 95 per cent
  • Science: 96.5 per cent

Economics

  • Commerce: 98.5 per cent
  • Humanities: 97.5 per cent
  • Science: 97.5 per cent

Mathematics

  • Commerce: 97 per cent
  • Humanities: 96 per cent
  • Science: 97 per cent

DU Admissions 2017: St Stephen's Cut Off List Out

English

  • Commerce: 98.5 per cent
  • Humanities: 97.25 per cent
  • Science: 98 per cent

History

  • Commerce: 97.75 per cent
  • Humanities: 96 per cent
  • Science: 97 per cent

Philosophy

  • Commerce: 97 per cent
  • Humanities: 95 per cent
  • Science: 95.5 per cent

Sanskrit

  • Commerce: 70 per cent
  • Humanities: 70 per cent
  • Science: 70 per cent

Chemistry: 96.33 per cent
Physics: 96.66 per cent
BSc Programme: 95 per cent

Dates to remember

  • The application process for admission to UG courses concluded on 12 June 22017
  • Selected list of candidates will be released on 15 June 2017
  • Interview for the candidates will begin on 17 June 2017

Number of applications received

A total of 24,168 applications were received this year according to a statement from the St Stephen's.

Also Read: DU Admission 2017: Seats Fast Filling Through Online Registration

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