Everyone knew that DU cut-offs would be sky high. Still the first cut-off list published by the St Stephen's college has made everyone's jaws drop to the floor. St Stephen's school which has reported an amazing cut-off at 99 for each penny for confirmations this year today tried to put the onus on sheets, saying they ought to deal with their checking markers to make scores more "sensible".
"We end up in such a circumstance consistently, to the point that because of the style of stamping by CBSE and different sheets we need to climb our shorts. We accept that the sheets ought to chip away at their checking markers so that the scores are more reasonable," school representative Karen Gabriel said.
The school reported its first cut off-rundown last night for admissions to the 2015-16 scholastic session with the most elevated necessity being for English Honors at 99 for every penny.
"We have got 6,000 applications for English Honors which has only 30 seats. Along these lines, the high shorts are not by decision, " Gabriel said.
Disclosing the criteria to choose shorts, she said, "We choose our shorts subsequent to assessing three parameters- board marks, student seat proportion and number of utilizations got".
"Shockingly, we are living in a general public where students are assessed by their imprints. The state and additionally the sheets ought to deal with the stamping framework and also instructive changes to guarantee students don't fall prey to such inconsistencies in the set up. We as a school can't do much about it," she included.
St Stephen's has gotten a record 32,100 applications for 400 seats, most noteworthy in the school's history.