Fees Structure and Courses of St Stephens College, Delhi University, New Delhi

 University Enclave Delhi, Delhi, India
University of Delhi - [DU], New Delhi    |     Approved By UGC

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Facilities :

Computer labs Sports Medical Cafeteria Library Auditorium Hostel Laboratory Gym


Approval :

UGC


Reservation :

General 50% OBC 27% SC 15% ST 8%


University :

University of Delhi - [DU], New Delhi


Institution Type :

Public


Faculty :

Revd. Dr. Valson Thampu Principal 62 Total Faculty

 Courses and Fee Structure

Science Also see  Top Science Exams
  • Master of Science [M.Sc] (Operational Research) Rs. 72,780

  • Master of Science [M.Sc] (Chemistry) Rs. 72,780

  • Master of Science [M.Sc] (Physics) Rs. 72,780

  • Master of Science [M.Sc] (Mathematics) Rs. 68,780
  • Humanities and Arts Also see  Top Humanities and Arts Exams
  • Master of Arts [MA] Rs. 69,500

  • Master of Arts [MA] (Economics) Rs. 69,500

  • Master of Arts [MA] (English) Rs. 69,500

  • Master of Arts [MA] (History) Rs. 69,500

  • Master of Arts [MA] (Philosophy) Rs. 69,500

  • Master of Arts [MA] (Operations Research) Rs. 69,500

  • Master of Arts [MA] (Sanskrit) Rs. 69,500
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    Mohit B.A. (Economics), batch of 2015
    07 Aug 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • The fee for the bachelors courses is very low for the quality of education provided as the college is a part of Delhi University so there isn\'t a need for financing as such.
    • Scholarships and Financing are provided on the basis of merit.  For students, whose parents\' annual income is less than 4 lakhs probably need it, since accommodation expenses in Delhi is pretty high.
    • I\'m not sure how loans can be availed and from which banks.
    Harsha B.A. (Honors) HISTORY, batch of 2016
    14 Jan 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • My course fee per semester comes around to Rs 15,000, maximum. So, per year its around Rs 30,000.
    • There are scholarship options for students, available on the Delhi University website in general and in my college too. Mainly scholarships are available for students who live on campus and for first year students.
    • The average number of students who get scholarships are around 5, per scholarship. For students, whose parents\' annual income is less than 4 lakhs probably need it, since accommodation expenses in Delhi is pretty high.
    • I\'m not sure how loans can be availed and from which banks.
    Benjamyn B.A Economics (Hons), batch of 2014
    27 Nov 2014 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP: Scholarship opportunities are available for your entire duration in college, and even for further studies (in india as well as abroad). The selection criteria for these are based on merit as well as need. Keep a watch on the college notice to stay updated on this. St.Stephen's College comes under Delhi University and follows the fee-structure as prescribed by the university (Additional charges do apply). Overall, the fee is very reasonable and within the budget of a middle class family in India. Nevertheless, funding opportunities are available -details for this can be obtained from the college office anytime.
    Farkhanda B.A. (Economics), batch of 2016
    07 Sep 2015 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP: College fees is average its around RS 75000 for bachelor courses and for masters it is around RS 50000 for whole course fee.Scholarships are provided to students many sources like Sumitomo Scholarship and the Vikas Dhaka Scholarship are provide scholarships to students on merit based annually.
    Ankit B.Sc.Math(Hons), batch of 2016
    15 Jan 2015 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • College Fee at St.Stephens College is average. But it is somewhat more than the other Delhi University Colleges because the campus provided extra facility to the students.
    • A lot of scholarship given to the students.
    Chelsea B.Sc (Physics)honours, batch of 2019
    27 Jul 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • My course fee is Rs 40,000 per year.
    • Inspire fellowship is available for students.
    • 85% of the students will qualify for scholarship facility.
    • Loans is not that necessary.
    Jasleen B.A. Programme, batch of 2016
    22 Jan 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • Course fee per year is Rs 34000.
    • Some scholarship opportunites we get to apply.
    • Average 5-10 students.
    • No loans needed for now. But might be used for future purpose.
    Shivangi B.Sc (Physics), batch of 2017
    23 Mar 2015 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP: Several highly prestigious merit-based and need-based scholarships are offered every year to several students, like the Sumitomo Scholarship and the Vikas Dhaka Scholarship.
    Ankit B.Sc (Maths), batch of 2016
    26 Oct 2016 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP:
    • course fee -30,000-40,000 
    • scholarship 10,000-15,000
    • almost every needy student get financial aid from college
    • no loans available
    Anjana B.Sc (Maths), batch of 2017
    19 May 2015 Rating :
    FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP: A lot and lot of scholarships are offered and are distinguished well, like scholarship for hosteliers,for physically challenged and then scholarship specifically for each department and each year increasing the chances to get one.
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    St. Stephen's College is a religious foundation drawing inspiration from the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. It aims at helping its members realise spiritual and moral as well as intellectual and aesthetic values.

    Founded on 1 February 1881, St. Stephen's is the oldest college in Delhi. It was first affiliated to Calcutta University, and later to Punjab University. Finally with the establishment of Delhi University in 1922, it became one of its three original constituent colleges.

    The College began with just five student and three teachers in a small house in Katra Khushal Rai, near Kinari Bazar in Chandni Chowk. From 1891 to 1941 it was housed in the building now hosted by Delhi College of Engineering, near St. James Church inside Kashmere Gate. In 1941 it shifted to its present site in the university Enclave. The present buildings of the College, with the exception of a few later additions, were designed by the distinguished architect Walter George.

    The College was established by a Christian mission from Westcott House, Cambridge. The Rev. Samuel Scott Allnutt was its Founder and first Principal. The anniversary of his death is observed as Founder's Day on 7 December every year.
    The College has an all-India and all-denomination membership; it has students and teachers from all communities and from all parts of India. There are also some teachers and students from abroad. There is provision for nearly 250 gentlemen and 108 ladies to reside in College.

    The College provides ample facilities for development of an integrated personality. It has a fine library containing more than ninety thousand books. The College playing fields for out-door games are situated outside the Old City Wall between Kashmere Gate & Mori Gate while there are facilities for playing tennis, basketball and soccer on the  College Campus. The Francis Monk Gymnasium, the Junior Common Room and the Ladies Common Room provide facilities for gymnastics, badminton, squash, table tennis and other indoor games.

    The College has a Chapel, which is open to all members of College for worship and meditation. Instruction from the life & teachings of Jesus Christ is given to first year Christian students.

    Student Societies and Clubs play a vital role in the total life of the College. For each subject there is a Society which sponsors extra-curricular lectures and discussion and, in general, tries to stimulate interest in the subject. There are many other academic and cultural societies and clubs covering a wide range of activities, such as debating, dramatics, mountaineering, film and music appreciation, social service, photography, electronics and astronomy.

    The College awards each year a number of prizes to students for high achievement in academic & extra-curricular activities. Scholarships and other financial aid are given to deserving students on the basis of need-cum-merit.
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