St Stephen's College came out with its cut-off list on Thursday, one whole week before other Delhi University colleges.
The cut-offs (for general category) are between 98% and 94.5%, compared to between 97.75% and 89.5% last year. In economics, the percentage is between 98% (for commerce) and 96.5% (for humanities) with a marginal dip of .25% for humanities students.
Philosophy, on the other hand, recorded a jump of 5.5% - from 89.5% to 95% - for humanities students. All candidates who have made it to the list will be called for interviews starting June 24.