As the Delhi University admissions for the current academic session is in progress for their undergraduate programmes, St. Stephen's college is likely to end its application process tomorrow, i.e., June 17, 2016. The last registration date at the St.Stephen's college is two days early of the last date for application via centralised online form of Delhi University. The registration process for other Delhi University colleges will end on June 19, 2016 began on June 1, 2016.
The admission process at St Stephen's college differs in various ways from the registration process at other colleges affiliated to the Delhi University. Until the last year, the college followed the same schedule for registration and admissions as the other colleges. But this year, we find a few important differences in the admission process at the St Stephen's which are as listed below:
|Difference between admission at St Stephen's and Other Colleges of the DU|
|Admission process at St Stephen's College|
St.Stephen's college admission procedure details:
- Candidates after the registration and short-listing process will have to take up a 30 minute aptitude test.
- Candidates will be facing an interview after the written test.
- Candidates who have applied under the disability category will have to face the interview without any aptitude test.
- The interview process with the interview board will carry 10 percent weightage under the general category section, and the weightage will be 15 percent under the disability section.
- The best of 4 subjects for selection procedure should not include the following subjects: dance, fine arts, graphic design, music, physical education and other vocational subjects
- Students aspiring to join St. Stephens for BSc (Honours) in physics, chemistry and BSc programmes must have studied physics, chemistry and mathematics (not just business mathematics) in class 12.
- Students aspiring to join BSc programmes with computer science, the candidate must have studied computer science or informatics practices or chemistry in addition to mathematics and physics.