Admissions in St. Stephen’s College to commence from June 1

Vinod Sharma updated on : 30 May 2016
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St. Stephen’s College invites applications for various undergraduate programmes for the academic year 2016-17 from July 1, 2016 onward. Admission to the college will be the part of DU’s centralised admission process.

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Those who want to be the part of a course in as prestigious a college as St. Stephen’s College is should know that the admissions for the 2016-17 academic session to commence from June 1, 2016. The admission process to the colleges will be a part of Delhi University’s centralised admission process.  

Earlier, St. Stephen’s College ended the ambiguity over whether it will be the part of DU’s centralised process by agreeing to the same. This simply means that before filing the form for St. Stephen’s College or any other minority college under DU, students need to register with DU’s Optical Mark Registration (OMR) form.

Candidates who are interested in applying for a course in St. Stephen’s College can reach out to its official website. From this session onwards, candidates have to upload a copy of class 12th mark-sheet before filling the form. The application fee at the college remains INR 100 and the last day to submit the application will remain June 1, 2016.

The college is inviting application for various undergraduate courses that include BA programmes BA (Hons) in English, History, Sanskrit, Economics and Philosophy. In addition to this, the college also accepts application form for B.Sc. Hons in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry under DU.

St. Stephen’s College, being a minority institution under DU, reserves 50 percent seats in each course for Christian Candidates. Once the registration process is over, the college will declare its cut-off. Candidates who qualify will be called for the aptitude test and need to appear for the interview as well.

The fact worth noticing is that the aptitude test will be given 5 percent weightage, interview 10 percent and the rest 85 percent will go to the class 12th board score. Physically challenged candidates are exempted from the aptitude test. However, those who want to apply in this category need to upload scanned copy of the physical disability certificate.

The fact worth noticing is that the aptitude test will be given 5 percent weightage, interview 10 percent and the rest 85 percent will go to the class 12th board score. Physically challenged candidates are exempted from the aptitude test. However, those who want to apply in this category need to upload scanned copy of the physical disability certificate.

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