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St. Stephens College: Releases interview Cut-off list

June 25, 2019

The interview cut-off list for admission to several undergraduate (UG) courses for the year 2019-20 has been released by St Stephen's College.

 

Candidates, who have filled up the application form online for seeking admission in St Stephen's College, can check the cut-off list online on the official website - https://www.ststephens.edu.

 

This year, a total of 19,862 applications were received, in which 59.2 percent of applicants are female and the rest are male. The cut offs for the various subjects are indicated below. 

 

For General category B.A programme, Commerce (BFS%) 98%, Humanities (BFS%) 96.5%, Science (BFS%) 98%

For CNI category B.A programme, Commerce (BFS%) 78%, Humanities (BFS%) 76.5%, Science (BFS%) 78%

 

For General category B.A Hons. Economics, Commerce (BFS%) 98.75%, Humanities (BFS%) 98.5%, Science (BFS%) 97.75%

For CNI category B.A Hons. Economics, Commerce (BFS%) 73.75%, Humanities (BFS%) 73.5%, Science (BFS%) 72.75%

 

For General category B.A Hons. English, Commerce (BFS%) 98.75%, Humanities (BFS%) 98.25%, Science (BFS%) 98.75%

For CNI category B.A Hons. English, Commerce (BFS%) 78.75%, Humanities (BFS%) 78.25%, Science (BFS%) 78.75%

 

For General category B.A Hons. Sanskrit, Commerce (BFS%) 65%, Humanities (BFS%) 65%, Science (BFS%) 65%

For CNI category B.A Hons. Sanskrit, Commerce (BFS%) 65%, Humanities (BFS%) 65%, Science (BFS%) 65%

 

For General category B.A Hons. Chemistry, 96.33% (PCM%)

For CNI category B.A Hons. Chemistry, 71.33% (PCM%)

 

For General category B.A Hons. Physics, 96.66% (PCM%)

For CNI category B.A Hons. Physics, 71.66% (PCM%)

 

For General category B.Sc. Prog. with Chemistry, 95% (PCM%)

For CNI category B.Sc. Prog. with Chemistry, 70% (PCM%)

 

For General category B.Sc. Prog. with Chemistry, 96.66% (PCM/PMC%)

For CNI category B.Sc. Prog. with Chemistry, 71.66% (PCM/PMC%)

 

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Important Dates for UG Admission 2019-20

Declaration of cut-offs for interviews

June 24,

2019

 

Publication of interview lists 

June 26,

2019

 

Interviews begin

June 28,

2019

 

Selected junior members arrive in College for

orientation

July 19,

2019

 

Academic session opens

July 20,

2019

 

The college follows a different system for admission than that of the rest of Delhi University colleges, in which applicants are short-listed for an interview.

 

The weightage for admissions will be

 

Class XII marks  85 per cent

Written Exam 5 per cent

Interview 10 per cent

 

Candidates will be shortlisted for the written exam and the interviews in the ratio of 1:4 approximately for humanities and 1: 6 approximately, for Science subjects (for Christian candidates it shall be in the ration 1:6 and 1:8 respectively). The cutoffs for each of the courses shall be determined by the Principal accordingly. The Principal, if he deems it necessary, may adjust these ratios, provided that the departments concerned make a compelling case for doing so. The decision of the Principal shall be final in this regard.

 

Admissions from the Sports category will be 5 per cent (or 21 seats) of the sanctioned seats.

 

The composite merit of the Sports candidate, on the basis of which they shall be admitted comprises the following weightage:

 

1) Merit in sports (college trials 20 per cent and certificates 30 per cent) 50 per cent

2) Class XII marks (BFS/PCM) 40 per cent

3) Interview 10 per cent

 

Admission is given on the basis of the candidate's academic record and performance at the aptitude test and the interview (that is, composite merit). The previous academic record should be of a very high quality.

 

The college admits students only to the first year of the courses of study offered. Migration from other institutions is not allowed at any stage.

 

Courtesy: TOI

 

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