DU’s St Stephen’s School reopens admission portal for CBSE class 12 college students until 3 Oct


Delhi College’s St Stephen’s School reopened its admission portal on Thursday for CBSE class 12 college students whose outcomes had been declared on Wednesday. The portal will stay open until 3 October. 

The Central Board of Secondary Schooling (CBSE) on Wednesday declared the outcomes of compartment exams held between August 25 and September 15.

The notification on the school web site stated “Candidates whose CBSE outcomes have been introduced on September 29 might now register on the St Stephen’s UG portal.” 

“They should have utilized and accomplished the DU registration type. They need to not have utilized earlier, this yr, on the St Stephen’s School UG portal. They need to meet the minimize off ( UG 2021 cut-offs ) as indicated for the programme of their alternative. This portal will likely be open till 3 pm of October 3,” the notification learn.

Earlier this month, faculty had launched its first cut-off record for undergraduate programs. The very best cut-off of 99.5% was introduced for Economics (Hons) for college kids of Commerce and Humanities.

The school launched the tentative interview dates for numerous programs final week. 

St Stephen’s School releases a separate cut-off record, which is given 85% weightage, and the remaining 15percentt to on-line interviews.

In the meantime, the Delhi College will launch its first cut-off record for undergraduate programs on Friday with the scores anticipated to soar increased this yr from final time as extra college students have scored above 95 per cent within the CBSE Class 12 board examinations.

Some schools stated they may even preserve the cut-offs at 100 per cent so as to keep away from “over-admissions” on the restricted variety of seats.

“We had selected our cut-offs however we had been questioning to have a re-look on the scores after seeing {that a} increased variety of college students have scored above 95 per cent,” stated Vibha Chauhan, principal of Kirori Mal School.

“There are additionally college students who’ve scored cent per cent marks and we’d need to preserve the cut-offs at 100 per cent,” he added.

(With inputs from businesses)


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