New Delhi: St Stephen’s College, under the Delhi University (DU), has announced its first cut-off for admission to undergraduate (UG) courses. As expected, the cut-off for this year is higher than the previous year.
The cut-off for admissions in most courses including BA (Hon), Economics is above 99 per cent in St Stephen’s College. For admission to economics, students need to have 99.25 per cent or higher marks in class XII board exams. For BA, commerce and science along with the History program, they need to have 99 per cent marks in XII board.
Economics and English saw the highest cut-off, 98.75 per cent last year but this year it has risen to 99 per cent or above.
The cut-offs are released on the basis of the best of four marks obtained in class XII board examinations. The best of the four formula consists of one language subject, one core subject (if applicable), and rest two subjects based on the highest marks scored in board exams. After this, the students who match with the cut-off will have to go through a document verification process, the next step of admission.