Delhi`s St.Stephen`s College sets cut-off at 98 percent
New Delhi: The cut-off for admissions to the four-year undergraduate economics and English programmes for students with commerce background in Delhi University`s St.Stephen`s College has been set at 98 percent, according to figures released by the college Tuesday.
"This cut-off set is determined on the basis of the marks scored by the applicants. The cut-off registered this year is almost the same as that of last year," St. Stephen`s principal Valson Thampu told IANS.
At 97.25 percent, the cut-off for the four-year undergraduate programme in mathematics has been set over three percent higher than last year.
For the four-year undergraduate programme in philosophy, then cut-off has been set at 97 percent.
Similarly, in the science stream the cut-offs for the chemistry and physics subjects are 96.3 percent and 96.66 percent respectively.
There has been no change in the cut-off percentage set for the Sanskrit programme, which is 65 percent.
St.Stephen`s reserves 50 percent of its seats for Christian candidates, 8.5 percent for students belonging to the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes, 1.5 percent for differently-abled candidates, while the remaining 40 percent of seats are for general category students.
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