The admission process to Delhi University’s St Stephen’s College will begin June 1 along with the university’s centralised process.
The forms will be available on the college website. Starting this year, aspirants have to upload a copy of Class 12 marksheet before filling the form. The cost of application fee is R100.
The last day for submitting the application is June 17.
The college offers BA programme, BA (Hons) in History, English, Economics, Sanskrit, Philosophy, Bsc Programme and Bsc (Hons) in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
Being a religious minority institution, the college reserves 50% of its seats in each course for Christian candidates.
After the registration, the college will declare its cutoff and those who qualify the cutoff are called for an aptitude test and interview. Test is given 5% weightage and the interview 10%. The rest 85% is for the Class 12 board score.
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People with disability are exempted from the aptitude test. Aspirants applying in this category need to upload scanned copy of the physical disability certificate. If they do not upload the certificate, they can be sent to the college along with the acknowledgement slip.
The original documents otherwise needs to be taken to the college only during the interview.
For those applying under the sports quota will have to upload scanned copies of certificates of highest representation of the past three years. The cost of the sports form is R250.