St. Stephen’s College sets the bar at 98.5%

St. Stephen’s College sets the bar at 98.5%

The cuts saw a marginal decline compared to last year; Shortlisted candidates will provide an aptitude test and an interview

Colegio de San Esteban on Wednesday announced its selection list for admission to degree programs based on merit. Based on this cut-off list, students will be selected for the next stage of the admissions process, which includes an aptitude test and an interview.

The highest threshold for the general category of university students is 98.5% for admission to BA (Hons.) Economics and BA (Hons.) English for exchange students.

Marginal fall

This is a 99% drop required for BA English (Hons.) Last year and a 0.3% increase in the percentage required for the BA economy (Hons.).

In addition BA sánkte (Hons.), Which was a 10% of the necessary cuts, the threshold for other courses maintained the same or has had a marginal change.

The history of BA (Hons.), B.Sc (Hons.) Physics and B.Sc (Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science) has reduced by 0.25%, 0.67% and 0.67% cut percentages Required for their one increased by 0.33% for the B.Sc program (Maths, Physics, Chemistry).

The university has published different thresholds for business, humanities, and science students with specific “attachments” for certain courses. (See table)

Separate cuts

There are separate accounts for scheduled Christian tribes, CNI of the CNI Diocese of Delhi, other Christians, the disabled Christian person, person with disabilities for subjects and private Urdu students.

The university said it received 24,168 applications for 410 places in 11 courses offered.

The courses offered by the university are BA (Hons.) In economics, English, history, philosophy and Sanskrit; B.Sc (Hons.) In mathematics, chemistry, physics; BA program and B.Sc program in physics, computer science.

Impact on depleted uranium cuts?

Commenting on whether the cuts published by the College of St. Stephen could be an indicator of what can expect cuts that the University of Delhi will release June 23, Gurpreet Tuteja, a member of the university admission committee, said of San Esteban has a selection process in two stages and is a minority institution, so his cut list can not be considered as an indicator of the AU list.

The university has reported that based on these cut marks, the shortlisted candidates for the aptitude test and interview.

“A list of candidates and their talk shows will be presented on the website and messaging forums, on June 15,” he told the university.

The weighting of the points on the qualifying examination, a written aptitude test and an interview will be 85%, 5% and 10%.

The aptitude test will last 30 minutes and will be done the same day of the interview.

The program for the essay must be on the program as the candidate candidate.

The university has specified the type of questions posed in its prospectus.

Candidates who belong to a class of persons with disabilities (PWD) and those who apply through sports fees will be exempt from the written aptitude test.

Sports admissions based on academic merit will be made up of 30% [Class XII note (15%) + interview (15%)] and Sports Awards 70% [certificates (28%) + evidence Of field (42%)]

Half of the seats are reserved for Christian candidates. The university’s first aspirants had to complete the UA’s centralized admission form and fill out the San Esteban application form, as the university follows a different procedure for admission to other universities of depleted uranium.