Sunday, June 13, 2010

St. Stephens College reduced cut offs for admission 2010

On June 13, 2010, the famous St. Stephens College of New Delhi announced that it has brought down its cut off marks for admission tests this session.

The college reduced its cut off marks for eleven subjects in the current academic year. The cut off increased for Chemistry and Sanskrit.

The cut off for admission in history undergraduate has been reduced by 3%. Last year, the cut off was increased by 7% to 91%.

The cut off for philosophy undergraduate remained 85% and it was the same last year.

For BA programmer the cut-off has been reduced to 85% from 88% last year.

For science subjects, the admission cut off remains unchanged. For Physics, the cut off is 94.33%. There is a slight increase of 0.34% in Chemistry to 92.67%.

For B.Sc. programs, the cut off has been dropped to 92% for Computer Science and 86.33% for chemistry.

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Valson Thampu, Principal, St. Stephen’s College said that this change is the result of adopting a new admission policy which says that the merit differences between general and scheduled category should not cross 15% which was previously 35%.

St. Stephens College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Delhi. The college offers graduate and post graduate courses in Science and Humanities. Founded in 1881, the St. Stephen’s College is the oldest educational institution in Delhi and is also one of the renowned institutions. It was first affiliated to Calcutta University and later to Punjab University. In 1922, after the establishment of Delhi University, it became the constituent college.

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