The DU admissions have begun and the rat race also, as St Stephens announces it’s first cut off list. The highest cut off is for Economics, followed by English, BA Programme and History. It can be predicted that the cut off for Humanities and Commerce stream courses will increase for other DU colleges and may remain same or decrease marginally for Science courses.
For BA Economics, the cut off is 98.75%, for Humanities 98% and for Science. The cutoff percentage for admission to BA Programme is 98% for general students from Commerce stream, 95.5 for students from Humanities, and 98% for students from Science stream.
In case of English, which is considered to be one of the coveted undergraduate courses in St. Stephens, the cutoff percentage for general students from Commerce stream is 98.5%, same as last year. The cut off has remained the same for Science stream as well at 98%. For Humanities, the cut off has increased marginally from 97.25% in 2017 to 97.5% in 2018.
The cut off has increased for BA History. For Commerce students, the cut off has increased from 97.5% last year to 98% this year. For Humanities the cut off has increased by 0.5% to 96.5% and for Science stream, it has increased by 1% to 98% for general students.
In case of B.Sc. courses, cut off has increased for B.Sc. Physics from 96.66 in 2017 to 97.33% in 2018 and decreased for B.Sc. Chemistry from 96.33% in 2017 to 96% in 2018.
Cut off has again decreased for B.Sc. Programme. For students with Physics, Chemistry, and Maths in 10+2, the cut off was 95% in 2017 and has decreased to 94.66% this year. The cutoff, however, has remained the same as last year for students with Physics, Computer Science, and Mathematics at 95.66%.