St Stephen’s First Cut-off Closes at 99% for Economics, History
The cut-off for commerce students who wish to pursue Economics (Hons) at St Stephen’s stands at 99.25 percent.
The University of Delhi’s prestigious St Stephen’s College has released its first cut-offs for admissions to undergraduate courses in 2020, with the highest being 99.25 percent for commerce students who wish to pursue Economics (Hons), followed by 98.75 percent and 98 percent for Humanities and Science, respectively, who have applied for Economics.
In 2019, the cut-off for Economics (Hons) stood at 98.75 percent for Commerce students, 98.5 percent and 97.75 percent for Humanities and Science students, respectively.
For English (Hons), the cut-off for commerce has risen from 98.75 percent in 2019 to 99 percent in 20202. Similarly, for humanities students, the cut-off stands at 98.75 percent in 2020, as compared to 98.25 percent in 2019.
For History (Hons), the cut-off for students who have opted for Commerce has increased from 98.6 percent in 2019 to 99 percent in 2020. Similarly, for those pursuing Humanities and Science, the cut-off has risen from 97.25 percent and 98.5 percent in 2019 to 98.25 percent and 99 percent, respectively, in 2020.
The cut-off for Sanskrit has increased by five percentage. For science and commerce, the cut-offs have increased from 65 percent in 2019 to 70 percent in 2020.
In Philosophy (Hons), the cut-off has increased from 97 percent to 98 percent for Commerce students, while for those who have opted for Humanities and Science, the cut-off has risen to 98.75 percent and 97 percent from 97 percent and 96.5 percent, respectively.
For Mathematics (Hons), the cut-off for Commerce students stands at 98 percent, in comparison to 2019’s 97.5 percent. For Humanities and Science students, the cut-off stands at 96.5 percent and 98 percent, respectively.
While for Chemistry (Hons) the Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics (PCM) percentage has risen to 96.67 in 2020 from 96.33 in 2019, for Physics (Hons), the PCM cut-off has risen from 96.66 in 2019 to 97.66 in 2020.
For Computer Science, the PCM cut-off has changed from 96.66 to 97.67 percent in 2020.
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