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St Stephens College, Delhi University, New Delhi Admissions 2020

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St Stephen’s College,Delhi University,New Delhi admissions are made on the basis of the performance of the applicant in their written entrance test and an interview conducted by the University and Senior Secondary Certificate Examination. The University offers courses in various disciplines like Chemistry, Mathematics, Physical Sciences, Physics Honours, Science, Arts, Economics, English, History, Philosophy, Sanskrit, Operation Research etc.The written test and interview is conducted to aid admission and provide Scholarships to the eligible candidates. 

St Stephen’s College Admission 2019

  • High performance in class 12th Board exam, written test and interview conducted by the University is the basis for St Stephen’s College admission 2019 for UG courses.
  • The marks in the previous qualifying examinations are also given value. 
  • Various Masters are also offered by St Stephen’s College,New Delhi.
  • St Stephen’s College PG admission 2019 is based on either MERIT based / ENTRANCE TEST based or both.

St Stephen’s College Admission contents

Courses Offered by St Stephen’s College 

  • Various Bachelors and Masters are offered by St Stephen’s College,New Delhi. 
  • B.A.(Hons) ,B.Sc.(Hons) ,B.Sc , B.A, M.A and M.Sc are some of the St Stephen’s College courses available.
  • The specializations available in some of the courses are as given below:
Course Specialization
BA [Hons]
Economics
English
History
Philosophy
Sanskrit
B.Sc [Hons]
Mathematics
Physics
Chemistry
M.A.
Economics
English
History
Philosophy
Sanskrit
Mathematics
Operations Research
M.Sc.
Mathematics
Operations Research
Chemistry
Physics

St Stephen’s College Application Form

St Stephen's College,New Delhi have different application forms for Undergraduate(UG) and Postgraduate(PG) courses.

St Stephen's College UG Application Form

For Indian nationals:

  • Sign-up with the University of Delhi on their admission portal.
  • Complete the application process and pay the Delhi University registration fees.
  • Obtain a university Form number(19XXXXXXX).
  • Go to the college undergraduate admission portal.
  • Enter the DU Form number and the registered e-mail (used in Delhi University portal) in the registration section of the College application form.
  • Please note that you will not be allowed to register on College portal if the Delhi University registration process is not completed with the payment.
  • Now you will receive a verification e-mail.
  • Verify and log in to college undergraduate admission portal.
  • Complete the college application form by making online payment.

For Foreign nationals:

  • Register with the Foreign Students’ Registry(FSR), University of Delhi on their portal.
  • Obtain an FSR Form number.
  • Go to the College registration section.
  • Enter the FSR Form number and the registered section of the College application form.
  • Now you will receive a verification e-mail.
  • Verify and log in to College registration section.
  • Complete the college application form.

Instructions for filling up the Application Form

  1. Scan and keep important documents like passport size photograph, signature and certificates ready. Please ensure the following specifications:- 
    • Passport size photograph of maximum size 100KB, with a dimension of 4.5cm (width) x 5.8 cm (height)
    • Signatures of maximum size 50KB, with a dimension of 4.5cm (width) x 3.5 cm (height)
    • Certificate of maximum size 1MB              
  2. Decide beforehand the number of courses you wish to apply for and the categories (General/Christian/etc) and whether or not you wish to apply for Residence. No changes and additions can be made after submission and payment of fees.Use preview section to ensure that you have completed the form and entered the correct information.You can edit it only before making the payment.
  3. Complete the process by clicking on ‘Make the payment’ button to pay the required application fees.
  4. Applicants belonging to the PwD category do not have to make any payment. Their form will be accepted without a fee. The Admission Office will verify their documents and then send them an acknowledgement by email.
  5. Application fees can be paid only by a credit card or a debit card by any bank. Net-banking facility is not available. Gateways charges are extra. Rupay or American express card will not be accepted. Application fee is non-refundable.
  6. An email confirming successful submission will be sent to the candidate after the application fee has been received.
  7. You can choose more than one category, if applicable. For example, if you belong to the General category and if you also wish to apply under the Sports category,you are free to do so.
  8. In the section EDUCATIONAL RECORD, you have to select the subjects from the drop-down list provided. Please remember to select the checkbox given against a subject if you want it to be included in calculating the BFS.
  9. All students must upload a copy of their class XII mark-sheet or equivalent thereof with their application form.
  10. Please complete your application form in advance to avoid a last minute rush.     

Instructions for Sports Candidates

   The college will consider only the following games for admission of students on sport basis:

  • Women and Men:Swimming, Badminton, Football, Basketball, Lawn Tennis, Shooting(10 meter Air Rifle and Air Pistol) and Table Tennis.
  • Only Men:Cricket and Squash Rackets

St Stephen’s College PG Application Form 

  1. Registration at PG Admission Portal with your email id:

     Applicants will be asked to set a password,enter their mobile number, name, date of birth, age category, gender etc.

  1.   Uploads:
  • Photograph
  • Signature
  • Photo ID Proof
  • Date of Birth Certificate
  • Caste Certificate
  1.   Filling in the Application Form:
  • Applicants will be asked to enter details like Educational qualifications, subjects, Board / University, Year of Passing, Maximum Marks / Grade Points, Marks Obtained / CGPA, Percentage / CGPA, Last College Attended, Examination Roll Number (Only for Delhi University Students), Enrollment No. (Only for Delhi University Students,  Course Selection. 
  • Followed by a process of declaration (where an applicant declares that all the statements made and documents uploaded are true from belief. If any information is found to be incorrect, the applicant‘s candidature is liable to be cancelled and may be subject to legal / disciplinary proceedings).
  • Give College Preference
  • Preview
  1.   Payment of the Application Fee
  2.   Downloading the Application Form

St Stephen College Admission fees

For different courses in St Stephen College fees structure varies, according to the course duration and other factors. Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) course which lasts for 3 years has a fee of INR 37,285 per annum, while Bachelor of Science (B.Sc){Hons.} which is also a 3 year program has a fee ranging from INR 35,230 per annum to INR 37,285 per annum. Bachelor of Arts(BA) and Bachelor of Arts(BA){Hons.} both lasting 3 years have a course fees of INR 34,870 per annum. Master of Arts(MA) which lasts about 2 years has a course fee of INR 5,149.5 per annum.

Entrance Examinations Accepted by St Stephen’s College

St Stephen's College,New Delhi selects candidates through different ways for Undergraduate(UG) and Postgraduate(PG) courses.

 Entrance Examinations for Undergraduates

  • The admission process for the undergraduate program in St Stephen's College, Delhi University, New Delhi will be based on merit followed by aptitude test and personal interview.
  • Previous academic record should be of high quality.
  • The admission is done on the basis of merit with the following percentage:

                    Class 12th - 85% or above

                    Aptitude test - 5%

                    Interview - 10%  

Aptitude Test - Test conducted by St Stephen’s College

The Written Aptitude Test will be conducted in the morning(7am) for candidates called for interview in the pre-lunch sessions(that is interview sessions scheduled to start before 1pm) and in the afternoon(1:30pm) for candidates called for interview in the post-lunch sessions(that is interview sessions scheduled to start on or after 2pm).

Syllabus of the written test for various courses is as follows:

Courses Syllabus
B.Sc{Hons.}Mathematics
Calculus; Coordinate Geometry; Probability; Matrices and Determinants; Polynomials; Sets,Functions and their Graphs; Arithmetic Aptitude and Logical Reasoning. Candidates will be tested for their conceptual
B.Sc{Hons.}(Physics)
Class 11 and Class 12 (Physics)
B.Sc{Hons.}(Chemistry)
Class 11 and Class 12 (Chemistry). It will have Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from all branches of Chemistry, namely, Inorganic, Organic and Physical Chemistry
B.Sc (Programme)
Class 11 and Class 12 syllabus. Applicants for B.Sc. (Programme) with Chemistry will be asked questions on Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry. Students seeking admission to B.Sc. (Programme) with Computer Science will have the option of replying to either Computer Science or Chemistry based questions, besides Physics and Mathematics questions
BA{Hons.} (Economics)
Class 11 and Class 12 Mathematics. It will focus on the following areas: sets, functions and graphs; calculus; logical reasoning; matrices and determinants; probability and elementary statistics; and maximization and minimization techniques
BA{Hons.}(English)
The test seeks to test the candidate's writing, analytical and critical skills
BA{Hons.} (History)
The comprehension abilities and writing skills of students will be tested in the aptitude test. Candidates are expected to answer a few questions based on a particular text or passage in half an hour. A sense of history will help in writing the test
BA{Hons}(Philosophy)
Applicants can expect a test of their reading writing and thinking abilities. No questions specific to any discipline will be asked
BA{Hons.} (Sanskrit)
In the aptitude test, students are tested on their motivation and knowledge of Sanskrit language (Sanskrit grammar, Class 10 level)
BA( Programme)
The aptitude test for candidates seeking admission to the B. A. Programme course would have the following two sections:
Section - A: There would be five objective type/multiple choice based questions on current affairs, each carrying half a mark, This section would carry 2.5 marks.
Section - B: Candidates would be expected to write a small paragraph (not more than 200 words) on a topic concerning current social, political or economic issues in India. This section would carry 2.5 marks.

 Interview - conducted by St Stephen’s College

Interview is usually conducted after the completion of entrance test. The interview carries 10% of weightage in determining the merit. It mainly consists of the following elements:

  • Academics: In this part the interviewers read between the lines, examine the candidates on the aspects that the mark sheet or the aptitude test can’t indicate.
  • Co-Curricular: the college doesn’t have a separate Extra Curricular Activities(ECA) quota, so candidate’s proficiency is generally taken into account in this part of the interview.
  • General Awareness and Sense of Values: A candidate’s sense of values, personal outlook, motivation and level of awareness. The candidates will be asked about their beliefs, background and goals in life.
  • List of shortlisted candidates along with interview schedule will be put up on the St Stephen‘s College website and notice boards. Students called for the interview will get an interview call letter at their registered email address.

Note: Applicants called for the interview are required to bring a print-out of the call letter at the time of appearing for the interview.

Once the interview for a course has been completed, a merit list will be put up on the St Stephens notice board and college website. A waiting list will also be put along with it. Two passport size photographs and all the original documents should be submitted by the selected candidates, else it will result in cancellation of admission.

Entrance Examinations for Postgraduates

  • All the Departments of the University, except those that offer inter-disciplinary/ professional courses, have 2 modes of admission for PG Courses:
  1. MERIT BASED: 50% of the total seats will be filled on the basis of the applicants‘ merit in the Qualifying Examination. Wherever applicable, MERIT BASED 
  2. This option is open for the students who have eligible Bachelor Degree from the University of Delhi.
  3. ENTRANCE TEST BASED: Remaining 50% of the total seats will be filled on the basis of students‘ rank in Entrance Test and Interview / Group Discussion, ifany.
  • It may again be noted that all the students seeking admission to the Postgraduate Courses in St Stephen’s College have to mandatorily register online, irrespective of the mode of admission. 
  • During the time of Registration applicants can choose to apply under any one of the following options: 
  1. MERIT BASED only
  2. ENTRANCE TEST BASED only
  3. Both MERIT and ENTRANCE TEST BASED
  • The Departments will release a separate Admission Lists in both the modes. Concession/Reservation, will be done as per the existing rules of the University of Delhi, will be applicable separately in both the modes (MERIT and ENTRANCE TEST).

EntranceTest

    • The Entrance Test will consist of 50 - 100 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
    • Duration of the Entrance Test -- 02:00 Hours .
    • The syllabus for the Entrance Test of each Postgraduate Course of St Stephen’s College is the corresponding B.A. / B.Com. / B.Sc. (or equivalent) syllabus of the University of Delhi is available on the respective Department‘s website.
    • The candidates shall report at the Examination Centre one hour and thirty minutes (i.e. 90 minutes) before the commencement of the examination so as to complete the frisking and registration formalities well before the time.  Registration desk will close 30 minutes prior to the examination.
    • Important Instructions for Candidates (Candidates are advised to go through instruction printed on admit card carefully before going for the Examination) Candidates MUST bring the following documents on the day of examination at the test centre.
    • Print out of the downloaded Admit card.
    • One passport size photograph (same as uploaded on the Online Application Form) for pasting on the specific space in the attendance sheet at the Centre during the Examination.
    • Any one of the following photo IDs issued by Govt. of India (original, valid and non expired), viz. PAN card/ Driving License/ Voter ID/ Passport/ Aadhaar Card (With photograph)/ Ration Card (with photograph). 
    • PwD certificate issued by the Competent Authority, if claiming the relaxation under PwD category.

 Interview (if any)

Courses in which both Entrance tests and Interviews will be present, list of shortlisted candidates will be informed through the PG Admission Portal. Interview weightage for PG courses are mostly 15%.

St Stephen’s College UG Admission 2019

St Stephen's College, New Delhi undergraduate(UG) eligibility for admission and admission procedure is mentioned below:

St Stephen’s College UG Eligibility 

Course Eligibility Admission Criteria
B.Sc{Hons.}(Physics)
Candidate should have done Physics,Chemistry and Mathematics.

Admission is based on their performance in Class 12th examination, Aptitude test and interview.
Class XII-85% or above
Aptitude Test-5%
Interview-10%
B.Sc{Hons.}(Chemistry)
B.Sc (Chemistry)
B.Sc (Computer Science) Candidate should have done Computer Science/Informatics Practices along with Physics and Mathematics. Students who had studied both Chemistry and Computer Science in class 12th can choose either Physics,Chemistry and Mathematics(PCM)/PhysicsMaths and Computer Science(PMC),whichever is higher.
B.Sc{Hons.}Mathematics Candidate should have done Mathematics at the qualifying level. BFS should include Maths and atleast one language. All subjects given equal weightage in BFS calculation. Candidates who have done Business Mathematics aren't eligible for Mathematics Honours.
BA{Hons.} (Economics) Candidate must have done mathematics at class XII level and should have minimum prescribed marks in Mathematics(which will be notified later). Mathematics need not be included in calculating BFS. Those who have just done Business Mathematics aren't eligible for Economics Honours. In case of schools/foreign boards which doesn't offer mathematics at class XII level,candidates must have done a course in mathematics(equivalent to Cambridge A level).
BA{Hons.}(English) Candidate should have prescribed marks(which will be notified later) in English Core/Functional English, or Elective English/Literature in English. Preference will be given to those who have done Elective English or Literature in English.
BA{Hons.} (Sanskrit) Candidate must have studied Sanskrit at least upto class XII or equivalent.
BA( Programme) (Urdu seats) Candidate must have studied Urdu at least upto class X and preferably upto class XII or equivalent.

 

  • 50% of the total number of seats are set apart exclusively for christian candidates and they are filed as follows:
  • 17% of the seats for christian applicants under ST
  • 50% for the church of North India. Out of this 50% shall be earmarked for applicants from the Diocese of Delhi,CNI which manages the college.
  • The remaining 33% will be filled with christians from all other christian denominations, to be referred to as “Christian others”.
  • A committee nominated by the Supreme Council will scrutinize all applications of the Christian candidates once the cut-off has been announced and prior to shortlisting of the candidates.
  • Christian candidates are advised to carry a letter of membership of the candidate or his/her parents, a letter of recommendation from the parish endorsed by the bishop of the church or someone of equal authority and certificate of baptism/dedication/confirmation.
  •  Remaining seats in the non-Christian category will be filled as follows:
    • 17% for SC/ST
    • Remaining 83% for General Merit category
    • 5% off all seats shall be reserved horizontally,across all categories,for Pwd candidates. In case proportionate seats in the Christian category cannot be filled by PwD candidates the same shall be shifted to the general PwD category so as to ensure that the PwD candidates admitted do not fall below 5% of the total admissions, and vice-versa.
  • The applicants belonging to Persons with Disability (PwD) category will be exempted from the written Aptitude Test. In such cases, Class 12th marks will have 85% weightage and the Interviews will have 15% weightage to determine the composite merit.
  • 5% among totals seats (21 seats) are reserved sports category.The selection procedure comprises of:
    1. Selection trials conducted by PE department & evaluation of certificates
    2. Interview
  • Composite merit of the Sports candidate, on the basis of which they shall be admitted comprises the following weightage:   
    1. Merit in sports (college trials 20% and certificates 30%) 50%
    2. Class XII marks(BFS/PCM) 40%
    3. Interview 10%

St Stephen’s College UG Application Procedure

The application form of St Stephen’s College,Delhi University,New Delhi is available on the official website of the University. No printed forms or prospectus are available.

Application Forms can be submitted online with the following charges:

  1. Application fee per course Rs 200/-
  2. Residence application fee  Rs 350/-
  3. Sports form Rs 300/ per trial

St Stephen’s PG Admission 2019

St Stephen's College, New Delhi postgraduate(PG) Eligibiliy for admission and admision procedure is mentioned below:

Eligibility for PG in St Stephen’s College

Eligibility in Entrance Category
Courses Eligibility Admission Criteria
MA Economics UG/PG degree in any University of Delhi or any Indian Universities recognized by University of Delhi:-For General Category: Atleast 60% or above/first division/equivalent cgpa ( adjustment for other category as per University rules)
Admission is based on MERIT or ENTRANCE test or both.
MA English
  • B.A. (Hons.) Examination in English from University of Delhi:-For General Category: At least 45%,OBC:40.5% ,SC/ST/PwD category: minimum pass marks in the concerned qualifying exam of the University of Delhi or equivalent examinations.
  • Bachelor's Degree from a recognized Indian University:-For General Category:At least 50%,OBC:45%,SC/ST/PwD/CW categories: minimum pass marks
MA History
  • BA (Hons.) Examination in History from University of Delhi and other Universities:-55% marks and above in the aggregate / equivalent cgpa
  • BA (Hons.) in any honour subject other than History from universities other than Delhi University:- 60% marks and above in the aggregate or equivalent grade
  • BA Programme with/without History from Delhi University or Universities recognised equivalent to University of Delhi;B.Com. (Pass/Hons.) B.Sc. (Gen./Hons.) including B.Tech. MBBS (etc) from Delhi University and universities other than Delhi University :- 60% marks and above in the aggregate or equivalent grade
  • Master's Degree (in subjects other than History) from Delhi University or other universities recognised as equivalent :- 60% marks and above in the aggregate or equivalent grade
MA Philosophy Bachelor‘s Degree from a recognized Indian University:- 50% or above marks in aggregate or equivalent grade
MA Sanskrit
  • BA (Hons.) Sanskrit from recognized University:-For General Category: Minimum 45% marks,OBC:40.5%,SC/ST/PwD category : candidates admission process done according to the rules of University or equivalent grade
  • BA (Pass)/BA (Programme)/BA (Hons.) in Hindi from University of Delhi or any recognized university with at least two papers of Sanskrit:-For General category: 50% marks in aggregate,OBC: 45% ,SC/ST/PwD category : candidates admission process done according to the rules of University or equivalent grade,General Category:Minimum 50% in aggregate
  • Acharya/Shastri examination(Sanskrit exam) of recognized University/Deemed University/ Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan:-General Category :55% marks in aggregate OBC/SC/ST/PH Category: 50% in marks in aggregate or equivalent grade
  • BA (Hons.) Examination in any subject of the University of Delhi recognized as equivalent to Sanskrit as subsidiary:-For General Category: Minimum 50% OBC: 45% in Hons. In Sanskrit for general category minimum 60% and OBC 54%. SC/ST/PwD category : candidates admission process done according to the rules of University or equivalent grade
  • MA examination in Arts and Humanities (except Sanskrit) from University of Delhi:-For General category:Minimum 50% OBC:45% marks in aggregate and admission of SC/ST/PwD category candidates will be done as per University rules or equivalent grade
  • Master's degree in any subject from a recognized University with Diploma in Sanskrit of the University of Delhi:-For General category:Minimum 50% OBC:45% marks in aggregate.In Sanskrit Diploma for General category:50% and for OBC 45% and admission of SC/ST/PwD category candidates will be done as per University rules or equivalent grade
  • Bachelor's degree of any recognized University and having a diploma in Sanskrit from University of Delhi:-For General category :minimum 50% OBC:45% in aggregate. In Sanskrit Diploma for general category: 50% and for OBC:45% and admission of SC/ST/PwD category candidates will be done as per University rules or equivalent grade
M.A / M.Sc Mathematics Bachelor's degree in a subject and should have studied at least 3 courses each of one year duration/6 courses each of one semester duration in Mathematics
M.Sc Chemistry
  • B.Sc (Hons.) Chemistry (3 Years Course after 10+2) from University of Delhi/any other University recognized as equivalent to University of Delhi. Candidate must have passed 10+2 (Senior Secondary)/any other University recognized as equivalent to University of Delhi with Mathematics as one of the regular subjects and B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry examination with at least two papers of Mathematics :-  55% or above marks in aggregate or equivalent grade.
  • B.Sc (Genl.)/B.Sc. (Pass)/B.Sc. (Prog.) [3 years course after10+2] from University of Delhi /any other University recognized as equivalent to University of Delhi fulfilling other conditions of eligibility. Candidate must have passed 10+2 (Senior Secondary) or equivalent examination recognized by the University of Delhi with Mathematics as one of the regular subjects and B.Sc (Genl.)/B.Sc (Prog.)/ B.Sc Pass examination with at least two papers of Mathematics:- 55% or above marks in aggregate or equivalent grade.
M.Sc Physics
  • B.Sc (Hons.) Physics (3 Year Course after 10+2) from University of Delhi / any other University recognized as equivalent to University of Delhi :- 55% or above marks in aggregate or equivalent grade.
  • Any Bachelor of Science or Engineering/Technology from a recognized institution, having obtained at least 24 credits in Physics course at the undergraduate level with at least 6 credits in Mathematics/ Mathematical Physics/ Engineering Mathematics :- 55% or above marks in aggregate or equivalent grade.

 

Eligibility in Merit Category
Courses Eligibility Admission Criteria
MA Economics BA (Hons.) in Economics from University of Delhi :- For General Category: Atleast 60% or above/first division/equivalent cgpa ( adjustment for other category as per University rules)
Admission is based on MERIT or ENTRANCE test or both.
MA English BA (Hons.) in English from University of Delhi :- For General Category:At least 60% marks in aggregate,OBC:54% marks,SC/ST/PwD/CW categories:admission in order of merit till seats marked as reserved for these respective categories in direct admissions are filled up.
MA History BA (Hons.) Examination in History from University of Delh :- 60% marks and above in the aggregate or equivalent grade
MA Philosophy BA (Hons.) Philosophy from Delhi University :- 50% or above marks in aggregate or equivalent grade
MA Sanskrit BA (Hons.) Sanskrit from University of Delhi :- For General Category:with minimum 60% marks,for OBC: 54% and admissions of SC/ST/PwD category candidates will be done as per University rules or equivalent grade
MA / M.Sc Mathematics BA (Hons)/B.Sc (Hons) Examination in Mathematics of University of Delhi :- 60% or above marks in aggregate or equivalent grade.
M.Sc Chemistry B.Sc (Hons.) Chemistry from University of Delhi only with at least two papers of Mathematics :- 60% or above marks in aggregate or equivalent grade.
M.Sc Physics B.Sc (Hons.) Physics from University of Delhi only :- 60% or above marks in aggregate or equivalent grade.

Age

 As per Ordinance — I of the University, there is no minimum age bar for admission to Postgraduate Courses in the University and its colleges except in the courses where the respective regulatory bodies.

Reservation and Relaxation 

  • St Stephen’s College strictly follows the Central Government Policies in matters of Reservation and Relaxation, and in order to avail the same under EWS / OBC / SC / ST quota a candidate has to produce a valid certificate issued by an official authority.
  • If the applicant belong to OBC / SC / ST, the student’s Caste / Tribe must be listed in the appropriate Govt. of India Schedule. The Caste Certificate should clearly state: 
    1. Name of his / her Caste / Tribe

    2. Specify whether the applicant belongs to OBC / SC / ST

    3. District and the State or Union Territory of applicant‘s place of residence

    4. The appropriate Govt. of India Schedule under which his / her Caste / Tribe is approved as OBC / SC / ST. 

  • If the applicant doesn’t have a valid recent OBC / SC / ST / EWS certificate at the time of registration, the applicant can upload an acknowledgement slip of application for the certificate. However, at the time of admission, the applicant will have to produce his / her recent / valid original EWS / OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) / SC / ST certificate.

Sports Quota

The University earmarks upto 5% (of the total number) supernumerary seats in PG Departments / Colleges as Sports Quota . An applicant seeking admission to a Postgraduate course on the basis of Sports Quota must appear in Entrance Test to be conducted by the respective Department. The applicant must fulfil the minimum eligibility criteria of the course of the concerned Department

St Stephen’s College PG Application Procedure

  1. Complete the postgraduate registration process at Delhi University’s portal on or before the deadline. Only registered students will be allowed to fill the St Stephen’s College Postgraduate Admissions application form.
  2. Register on St Stephen’s College Postgraduate Admission Portal with the same email id and registration number which you have received from Delhi University’s portal. System will send a link to verify your email address.
  3. Login with your registered email id, password and captcha. 6 sections will be present to be filled. Section 4 will be an Educational Section,please note that you won’t be able to proceed beyond it if your educational details are not completed or declared. Once the applicant’s Bachelor’s result are declared, they can fill up those details, pay the registration fees and complete the process.
  4.  Once all sections are completed and payment is done. You will receive a confirmation email for registering successfully on the College portal.
  5. Take the entrance exam at Delhi University if applied under entrance category. Wait for the results. University will release the separate admission lists for entrance and merit category. University may also release several admission lists if there will be vacancies.
  6. College will announce the criteria to call the registered students for interviews on the college website and the list of selected students will be displayed too. Only those selected students who have secured their names in the University’s admissions at the College.
  7. Such students need to get their required documents and University form will be verified at the verification desk which would be available at Arts and Science Faculty respectively. Payment link will be activated for students once they show the verified form to the University. After making the payment, they have to submit the following documents in the admin office of the College:
    • Photocopy of verified and stamped University Admission Form.
    • Payment received obtained from the College Portal.
    • Photocopy of graduation marksheet/transcript(Self-attested).
    • Photocopy of class X and XII marksheet (Self-attested).
  8. Candidates will then get their payment receipt obtained from the College portal to their respective department and confirm their admission at the University department.
  9. Candidates will get a link to register on College’s Academic Management Portal. Registration on this portal is mandatory to obtain their id cards, wifi credentials, library access and all other facilities of the College.

Students must check the Delhi University and St Stephen’s College website for regular updates.

Online Application Fee (non-refundable) for Postgraduate Courses is given below:

  • For SC, ST, PwD and EWS: Rs. 300/- (per course)
  • For UR, OBC and other: Rs. 750/- (per course)

The Registration will be considered complete only after the payment of Application Fee through any one of the available online payment options. The applicants need to pay separate Application Fee for each Course they are applying for.

St Stephen’s Admission Helpline

For any queries regarding Admission, candidates can approach :

St Stephen’s Address and Contact Details
Phone
011-27666300,011-27662152, 011-2766 7271
Email
admissions@ststephens.edu, ssc@ststephens.edu
Address
St Stephen's College, UniversityEnclave, North campus, Delhi - 110007, India


The University has a designated Foreign Students‘ Advisor Office to handle all enquiries regarding rules and responsibilities for admitting Foreign Candidates. The foreign national applicants may approach: 

St Stephen’s Address and Contact Details for Foreign Nationals
Phone No 911127666756
E-mail
fsr_du@yahoo.com, fsr@du.ac.in
Address
FOREIGN STUDENTS‘ REGISTRY OFFICE Room No. 11,Conference Centre, Near Gate No. 4, North Campus,University of Delhi, Delhi — 110007

St Stephen’s Admission FAQS

  • Can I get an admission in B.Com(H) or B.Com(P)?
    - St Stephen’s College do not offer Commerce subjects.

  • Can I include physical education/music in my BFS(Best Four Subjects)?
    - Subjects that may be included are given in the drop down list in the application form. 

  • I have filled the Delhi University’s centralized admission form. Do I need to fill the College form as well?
    - Yes, students applying to St. Stephen's College has to fill 2 forms- The University form and the College form. Every applicant who wishes to apply at St. Stephen’s College first has to fill the Delhi University Application Form and pay their fees and obtain a registration number (19XXXXXXX). Then the applicant has to register on the College admission portal and submit an application here.

  • Does St. Stephen’s hold an entrance test to shortlist candidates for the interview? What is its duration and syllabus? Are candidates shortlisted for the interview on the basis of the test?
    -No. Cut-offs are announced only on the basis of a scrutiny of application forms received. A cut-off is announced to shortlist candidates for the Aptitude Test(for courses where applicable) and the Interview (for all courses). The aptitude test is of 30 minutes duration.   

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4/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • The eligibility criteria at St Stephens College college for admissions is to clear all the subjects.
  • The cut off is 96%.
  • Selected candidates will have to answer an aptitude test and attend an interview.
  • Admissions are based on the scores in the above-listed requirements.


Anson
Anson
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Chemistry), batch of 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

The criteria for admission is that we must have a BFS score or PCM score (as per your subject) which is higher than the cutoff. We need to register separately in DU website as well as College website. If you satisfy the criteria, you will be called for an interview, and a small test.



Dheeraj
Dheeraj
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Food Technology), batch of 2019
10/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Eligibility criteria and admission procedure for my course are totally based on cut off on 12th class marks. I have to fill admission form saparetly from DU and it is very simple. Typical cutoff for my course is 90%.



Aaliya
Aaliya
Master of Science [M.Sc] (Physics), batch of 2016
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • Eligibility criteria for St Stephens College, Delhi University is graduation in BSc(physics).
  • Entrance exam is required for getting into this college.


ankit
Ankit
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Mathematics), batch of 2016
9/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • First, there is merit list and then interview,admission form are filled separately from du admission form.must keep information about form filling dates.


Ayush
Ayush
B.A English Hons., batch of 2021
8/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Your marks should be more than 93% Or you should have cultural or sports quota. You have to pass CBSE without failing. Open schooling children are not eligible.



asif
Asif
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc], batch of 2016
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Eligibility criteria were above 95% mark in the plus-two exam. I have taken the NET exam. It was an excellent course. It provides us lots of job opportunity.



krishna kumar
Krishna kumar
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc], batch of 2017
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Simply amazing college for anyone who wants a great collection of teachers and everything required to sharp his idea by using education as a tool.



Adarsh
Adarsh
Master of Technology [M.Tech.] (Embedded Systems), batch of 2002
4/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

This college is best for students for are interested in MBA. The criteria for fees is INR 200000 for the whole course.



Utkarsh
Utkarsh
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] {Hons.}, batch of 2017
7/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

The eligibility criteria are that u get 90 %. It's a great college to give proper guidance to all aspiring candidates.



Discussion Forum



Q

What is the admission procedure for BA at St Stephens College, Delhi University, New Delhi

Asked By Douminthang,

A
Replied By GetmyuniEnterprise

Hi Douminthang,

Admission Process for St. Stephen's College, Delhi University


The admissions at St. Stephen's College are done separately and not along with the centralized admission process of Delhi University (DU). Thus, it's a little different from what we have in DU; here the admissions are based on two components with the following weights:
(i)   Class XII marks:    85%
(ii)  Interview:           15%

The Application Process

(a) Online:

  1. Online application forms are made available on their website : www.ststephens.edu sometime in the first week of June. You need to check the college website frequently to stay updated with the exact dates.
  2. The first step, once the forms are out, is to create a new account using your email address and choosing a new password. Once you're in there's a simple form with a few fields marked mandatory that you have to fill up online itself.
  3. Before applying for the various courses, make sure you're eligible for each of them as each course demands a slightly different requirement.
  4. After you've completed the form, you'll have to pay the application fees to complete your registration. The payment can be done online through credit/debit cards as well as through cash at any branch of State Bank of India (only up to a day after you submit the application form)


(b) Offline:

  1. Admission Prospectus and printed application forms are made available in the College sometime in the first week of June. You need to check with the college authorities or visit their website www.ststephens.edu frequently to stay updated with the exact dates.
  2. Once the forms are out, go to the college and purchase the number of forms that you require depending on how many courses you wish to apply to. (You can apply to only one course through one application form.)
  3. Before applying for the various courses, make sure you're eligible for each of them as each course demands a slightly different requirement.
  4. After you've completed the form, you'll have to hand out the form at the designated counters in the College or send them through Speed Post.

Note: Use only one of the two modes (a) or (b) for all applications.

 



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