Delhi University's St. Stephen's College announced it's cut-off lists on Monday for different courses being offered.
For the Bachelor's in Art (BA) programme, students need to have a best-of-four percentage of 98, if they are applying from the science or commerce stream. Students from humanities need to have a 96.5% as their best-of-four for the same.
For the BA (Honours) in Economics course, students from the commerce stream need to have a best-four percentage of 98.75. Humanities students need a best-four percentage of 98.5, while science students require a 97.75%
For BA (Honours) in English course, humanities students require a best-four of 98.25% and commerce and scienece students need 98.75%.
For BSc (Honours) in Mathematics, the best-four required for science is 97.75%, for commerce is 97.5%, and for humanities it is 96.75%.
For BA (Honours) in History, humanities students need a best-four of 97.25%, while science and commerce students need a 98.5%.
For BA (Honours) in Philosophy, commerce and humanities students require a best-four of 97%, while science students require a 96.5%
Other courses and their cut-offs include:
1. BA (Hons) in Sanskrit - 65%
The college received a total of 19,862 applications, out of 59.2% were female applicants. Humanities courses had 13,089 applications, while the science courses had 6,773 applications.