APPLICATION PROCESS (2017-18)

APPLYING FOR ADMISSION


  1. ADMISSION GUIDELINES FOR 2017
  2. REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION
  3. PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES (PwD) CATEGORY
  4. CHILDREN OF MARTYRS
  5. CANDIDATES FROM FOREIGN BOARDS
  6. FOREIGN NATIONALS
  7. APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION
  8. ONLINE PROCEDURE
  9. INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING UP THE FORM
  10. DOCUMENTS TO BE UPLOADED
  11. PROCEDURE FOR ADMISSION
  12. SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR SPORTS CANDIDATES
  13. THE APTITUDE TEST
  14. INTERVIEW
  15. INTERVIEW SCHEDULE
  16. DOCUMENTS TO BE BROUGHT AT THE TIME OF THE INTERVIEW
  17. IMPORTANT DATES
  18. ACCOMMODATION IN COLLEGE DURING INTERVIEWS
  19. ADMISSION SCHEDULE
  20. ACTIVATION OF THE WAITING LISTS
  21. FIRST MEETING AND REGISTRATION

ADMISSION GUIDELINES FOR 2017

  1. All admissions shall be based on inter-se merit.
  2. Shortlisted candidates based on BFS or PCM or PMC, as the case may be, will be called for interviews (refer to Section 2 below). The interview will be preceded by a short written Aptitude Test of 30 minutes’ duration.
  3. Admission is granted on the basis of composite merit to be determined as follows
  4. Class XII marks: 85 %
    Aptitude Test: 5 %
    Interview: 10 %
  5. Applicants belonging to Persons with Disability (PwD) category will be exempted from the written Aptitude Test. In such cases, Class XII marks will have 85% weightage and the Interviews will have 15% weightage to determine the composite merit of such candidates.
  6. The merit differential between any category of reservation and General Merit Category shall not exceed 15% with respect to admissions. However, the cap on merit differential may be relaxed by the Principal for “supernumerary” admissions falling under the following categories:
  • Sports quota
  • Children of working/retired/deceased employees of St Stephen’s College. However, they will not have the right to choose courses – the Principal shall, in consultation with the concerned Head of Department, decide the suitability of a candidate for a course.
  • Those who opt for Urdu as their optional language in BA Programme – with a cap of 6 candidates.
  • PwD category (mandatorily 5% across all categories)
  • Children of defence personnel (Army, Navy, Air Force and Central Armed Police Forces) who have lost their lives while on duty.
  • Subject to the provisions as set out in item 3, above, up to 50% of the seats shall be set apart exclusively for Christian Candidates and they shall be filled as follows:
  • 15% of the seats (or 7.5% of the total seats) for Christian applicants under ST
  • 5% (or 2.5 % of the total seats) for Christian Persons with Disabilities (PWD) students
  • Up to 40% (or up to 20% of the total seats) for the Church of North India. Out of this 50 % (i.e. 10 % of the total) shall be earmarked for applicants from the Delhi Diocese which manages the college.
  • The remaining 40% (i.e., 20% of the total seats) shall be filled with candidates from all other Christian denominations, to be referred to as “non CNI churches”.
  • Certificate of Baptism should be valid from at least 2 years, prior to the last date of receipt of applications.
  • Applicants from CNI and CNI-D are required to also produce a certificate of Confirmation.
  • All Christian candidates will be required to submit a church membership certificate from the parish priest.
  • The remaining seats in the non-Christian category will be filled as follows:
  • 15% (7.5% of the total) for SC/ST
  • 5% (2.5 % of the total) for the PWD
  • Remaining 80 % (40% of the total) for General Merit category
  • 5% of all seats shall be reserved horizontally, across all categories, for the PWD candidates. In case 5% seats in the Christian category cannot be filled by PC 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.
  • Candidates shall be shortlisted for the Aptitude test and the interview. The ratio of the seats and the number of candidates called for the for the test and the interview will be decided by the Principal in consultation with the departments.
  • In order to ensure that sanctioned seats and students admitted against them match as far as possible, category-wise patterns of drop-out rates may be taken into account in finalizing the Admission List and the Waiting List in respect of each course.
  • Admissions from the Sports category shall be 5% (or 21 seats) of the sanctioned seats. They shall be supernumerary. A Committee chaired by the Principal shall oversee and organize admissions to this category.
  • To be called for field trials, sports candidates have to meet the subject-specific riders wherever applicable as decided by the College. The final selection procedure shall comprise:
        Selection trials conducted by the Physical Education department
        Interview
  • There shall be no Aptitude test for applicants under the Sports Category
  • The composite merit of Sports candidates, on the basis of which they shall be admitted comprises the following weightage:
    Merit in sports 70% (Certificates 28%+ Field Trials 42%)
    Class XII marks (BFS/PCM) 15%
    Interview – 15%


REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION

  • For B.A. (Hons) in History, Philosophy, Sanskrit and B.A. Programme:Aggregate percentage of marks in the Best Four Subjects forms the basis of cut-off marks.

The applicant must satisfy the eligibility conditions laid down by the University of Delhi. Admission is given on the basis of the candidate’s academic record and performance at the aptitude test and the interview (that is, composite merit), keeping in mind her/his all-round competence, capacity to benefit from being in this College and potential to contribute to the life of the College. The previous academic record should be of a very high quality.

For admission to the first year of the Bachelor’s programme an applicant must have passed the Senior School Certificate Examination conducted by the CBSE or an examination regarded as equivalent to it.

The College admits students only to the first year of the courses of study offered. Migration from other institutions is not allowed at any stage.

The additional requirements to qualify for the aptitude test and the interview for different courses are as given below:

  • For B.Sc. (Hons) in Physics, B.Sc. (Hons) in Chemistry and B.Sc. Programme with Chemistry:The candidate must have done Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics at the qualifying level. The “cut-off” for these courses is decided on the basis of the aggregate percentage of marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM). All three subjects will be given equal weightage in the calculation of the PCM.
  • For B.Sc. Programme with Computer Science:The candidate must have done Computer Science/Informatics Practices or Chemistry in addition to Physics and Mathematics. The PCM or the aggregate percentage of marks in Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science/Informatics Practices (PMC) form the basis for deciding the “cut-off”. An applicant who has studied both Chemistry and Computer Science in Class 12 can choose either PCM or PMC, whichever is higher.
  • For B.Sc. (Hons) Mathematics:The candidate must have done Mathematics at the qualifying level. The cut-off is decided on the basis of the aggregate percentage of marks in the best four subjects (BFS), but in calculating the BFS, marks in Mathematics must be included in addition to at least one language. All four subjects will be given equal weightage in the calculation of the BFS. Those who have done only Business Mathematics are not eligible for Mathematics Honours.
  • For B.A. (Hons) in Economics:The cut-off is decided on the basis of the aggregate percentage of marks in the best four subjects (BFS). A candidate must also have done Mathematics at the Class XII level, and should have the minimum prescribed marks in Mathematics (which will be notified). However, Mathematics does not have to be included in calculating the BFS. Those who have done only Business Mathematics are not eligible for Economics Honours. In the case of foreign boards or schools, which do not offer mathematics at class XII level, candidates must have done a course in Calculus (equivalent to Cambridge A level).
  • For B.A. (Hons) in English:Aggregate percentage of marks in the Best Four Subjects is the basis for deciding the cut-off percentage. In addition, the candidate should have the prescribed marks (to 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.
  • For B.A. (Hons) in Sanskrit:The candidate must have studied Sanskrit at least up to class X and preferably up to class XII or equivalent.
  • For B. A. Programme(Urdu seats) a candidate must have studied Urdu at least up to class X and preferably up to class XII or equivalent.
  • For applicants from Boards that include class XI marks also into the final results, the BFS/PCM/PMC will be calculated by combining the marks obtained in class XI and XII.

Wherever there is a reference to the “Best Four Subjects” (BFS), at least one of these subjects must be a language (which may be English or any other language). More than one language may be included in the calculation of the BFS. All four subjects will be given equal weightage in the calculation of the BFS.

Please note that the following subjects are not to be included in the calculation of the BFS: Environmental Education (ISC), Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Painting, Dance, Music, Physical Education, Home Science, Engineering Drawing and all other vocational subjects.

 


PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES (PwD) CATEGORY

Procedure of filling online application forms for applicants belonging to the PwD category is the same as that for anybody else. However, no application fee will be charged from them. If any applicant from the PwD category needs help in filling up the online application form or in scanning and uploading the documents, she/he can come to the Admissions Office in ‘Room A’ (Ground Floor, Main Building) of St. Stephen’s College between 10 am to 1 pm (Monday to Friday) with her/his photographs and certificates. PwD candidates are required to upload a scanned copy of the disability certificate from a competent authority. Competent authorities are listed in ‘Section 15 below.


CHILDREN OF MARTYRS

Three supernumerary seats in all are reserved for children martyrs. Martyr would include only personnel who

  • died in action/line of duty and
  • who belonged to/served in one of the eight Defence forces.

Defence forces indicate the Army, Navy and Air branches and the Central Armed Police Forces (CRPF, BSF, ITBP, CISF and SSB).

Applicants who qualify under this category may apply in the centralized, online application form following all procedures and providing all the required information. Shortlisting is based on inter-se merit and will follow the standard procedure BFS/PCM/PMC as the case may be with riders, if applicable. Short-listed applicants will be called for the Aptitude Test and Interview and based on their performance the best three applicants will be selected. In the final outcome, if there is more than one candidate per course the Principal shall decide on allotment of the course. Applicants applying under the Defence category do so with an implicit agreement to this specific clause and will be governed by all other requirements of college.


CANDIDATES FROM FOREIGN BOARDS

 Candidates from foreign boards or schools are eligible to apply, provided the qualifications obtained are recognized by the University of Delhi or the Association of Indian Universities (AIU). BFS/PCM/PMC for these candidates shall be calculated on the basis of the relevant grade conversion scheme provided by the University of Delhi. If a foreign examining body is not on the AIU list, the candidate will have to get an equivalence certificate from the AIU.

Their results should have been officially declared before the interview. Predicted grades/results are not acceptable.


FOREIGN NATIONALS

Foreign nationals are required to register themselves with: 

Foreign Students Registry Office,
Room No. 11, Conference Center,
University of Delhi, Delhi 110007
Phone No : 011-27666756
Email :fsr_du@yahoo.com, fsr@du.ac.in

More information is available at http://fsr.du.ac.in Foreign nationals will have to bring proof of registration with Foreign Students Registry Office of Delhi University at the time of the interview.

Once that is completed they may then apply under the Foreign Nationals section in the Registration Form.


APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION

Online application form is available on the College website: http://www.ststephens.edu/online-application/.

Online applications will be available from 5.00 pm on May 22, 2017.  

Online applications will close at June 12, 2017.

Application Forms can be submitted online with the following charges:

1. Application fee per course: Rs. 100/-
2. Residence application fee: Rs. 200/-
 3. Sports form: Rs. 250/- per trial

Candidates are advised to apply well before the closing date in order to avoid last minute rush and unforeseen contingencies. No online application is complete unless the payment is successfully made. Any incomplete, wrong or misleading piece of information in the application will disqualify the applicant. If the candidate is admitted on the basis of wrong or misleading information, it will result in the cancellation of admission. Applications, incomplete in any respect, shall be rejected.


ONLINE PROCEDURE

Please read the college prospectus and the following instructions carefully before you start filling the form.

FOR INDIAN NATIONALS

Sign-up with the University of Delhi on their admission portal (https://ug.du.ac.in/app).
Obtain a university form number (UM17XXXXXX).
Go to the College registration section at (https://ug.ststephens.edu).
Enter the DU form number and the registered e-mail in the registration section of the College application form.
Now you will receive a verification e-mail.
Verify and log in at (https://ug.ststephens.edu)
Complete the College application form.
Pay the DU registration fees once the DU portal becomes active. The application shall be deemed to be invalid if the DU registration fee is not paid.

FOR FOREIGN NATIONALS

Register with the Foreign Students’ Registry (FSR), University of Delhi on their portal (fsr.du.ac.in).
Obtain an FSR form number.
Go to the College registration section at (https://ug.ststephens.edu). 
Enter the FSR form number and the registered e-mail in the registration section of the College application form.
Now you will receive a verification e-mail. 
Verify and log in at (https://ug.ststephens.edu)
Complete the College application form.

Guidelines

  • There are six sections in the online form. After you have completed one section you can move to the next by clicking on the ‘Save and Next’ button at the end of each section. To go back, click the desired section on the main navigation bar on the top of the page.
  • Scan and keep your photographs, signature, and certificates ready. Please ensure the following specifications –
SN CONTENT MAXIMUM SIZE DIMENSION
1. Photograph 100 KB 4.5 cm (width) x 5.8 cm (height)
2. Signatures 50 KB 4.5 cm (width) x 3.5 cm (height)
3. Certificate 500 KB Portrait
  • Make sure you 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 the Preview section to ensure that all the information you have given is correct and complete. You can edit it ONLY BEFORE making the payment.
  • Complete the process by clicking on ‘Make the Payment’ button to pay the required application fees.
  • Applicants belonging to the PwD category do not have to make any payment. Their form will be submitted.  The Admission Office will verify their documents and then send them an acknowledgement by email.
  • Application fees can be paid only by a credit card or a debit card issued by any bank. Net-banking facility is not available. Gateway charges are extra.
  • Application fee is non-refundable.

An email confirming successful submission will be sent to the candidate after the application fee has been received. For online payments, the confirmation will be sent within an hour. If you do not receive confirmation, send an email to admissions@ststephens.edu.

 


INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING UP THE FORM

  • 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 may choose the suitable combinations.
  • Subsections may open up, depending on the selections you make in the checkboxes provided. For example, if you select Sports category in the CATEGORY section, the sports form will open up.
  • 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. If you want to include a subject not listed in the dropdown list, you can manually enter the subject under ‘Other’. Please make sure that you choose at least one language in the Best Four Subjects.
  • You are free to choose any language you have studied in class 12 and even to choose more than one language in the best four subjects. Only the academic subjects given in the dropdown list in the form are permitted. No vocational subjects are allowed.
  • In case you have applied for B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics, do include Mathematics among the four subjects that you have selected to calculate the BFS, in addition to at least one language, while selecting checkboxes under BFS (for Maths Hons.). Business Mathematics is not permitted.
  • If you wish to apply for any B.Sc. (Hons.) or B. A. Hons. Or Programme course in addition to Mathematics Honours, you should also select four checkboxes under BFS. The selection of subjects under BFS for B. A. Hons. Or B.A. Programme course need not be the same as what you have selected under BFS (for Maths Hons.).

DOCUMENTS TO BE UPLOADED

All students must upload a copy of their class XII mark-sheet or equivalent thereof with their application form. Original certificates and self-attested photocopies of certificates are required at the time of the interview and admission (see sections 13 and 14 below).

Christian candidates must upload Certificate of Baptism, letter from the Parish priest and/or church membership certificate as required. If the candidate is not baptised then the Baptismal certificate of either parent may be uploaded. Certificates must be valid from at least two years as on the last date of application.

SC/ST candidates must upload relevant certificates from a competent authority.

PWD candidates must upload Disability Certificate from a competent medical authority.

Children of martyrs must upload the appropriate certificate from a competent authority.

Foreign board candidates, should upload their marksheets and equivalence certificate from AIU if their examining body is not included in the AIU/DU list.

Sports candidates should upload scanned copies of certificates of their highest representations in each of the past three years as instructed in the sports section of the online form.


PROCEDURE FOR ADMISSION

Admission will be based on composite merit, which comprises-

1. Class 12 marks: 85% weightage
2. Aptitude Test:  5% weightage
3. Interview:            10% weightage

Applicants belonging to Persons with Disability (PwD) Category will be exempted from the written Aptitude Test. Class 12 marks will have 85% weightage and the Interview will have 15 % weightage in determining the composite merit for such applicants.

Sports category candidates are also exempted from writing the aptitude test.

Candidates shall be shortlisted for the aptitude test and the interview on the basis of cut-off marks. The ratio of the seats and the number of candidates called for the test and the interview will be decided by the Principal in consultation with the departments.

In each subject, the marks of the last candidate in this list become the ‘eligibility marks’ (referred to as ‘cut-off marks’) for being called for the interview.

For details of the subjects to be taken into account and additional eligibility requirements, if any, in determining the ‘cut-off’ marks for various Courses refer to the Requirements for Admissions section.


SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR SPORTS CANDIDATES

St. Stephen’s College has a rich sports tradition and participation in healthy outdoor activities is deemed basic to the “total education” that the college imparts.

Outstanding sports persons, who have played at the international, national or state level or have secured the first or second place in zonal school games, are eligible to apply under the sports category.

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

Women and Men – Swimming, Badminton, Basketball, Lawn Tennis, Shooting (10 meter Air Rifle and Air Pistol) and Table Tennis.

Only Men – Cricket, Football and Squash Rackets.

There are no printed forms for applying under this category. You can fill in the details by selecting the appropriate fields provided in the sports drop-down section in the online form. You are free to apply for more than one sport/game.

Candidates applying for admission under the sports category are called for sports trials only if they meet the subject specific riders wherever applicable.

They are required to check the Schedule of Trials and Interviews, to be announced later, and ensure that they are present well in time.

Request for retrial will not be entertained. Candidates are strongly urged to regularly consult the College Website and Notice Boards for the latest announcements.

Those short listed at the trials are required to appear for an academic interview where the final decision on their admission is taken.

Sports admissions will be done on the basis of the composite merit of the applicants assessed on the scheme of weightage given below:

  1. Academic merit – 30% (Class XII marks 15%+ Interview 15%)
  2. Sports Merit 70% (Certificates 28% + Field Trials 42%)

 

Sports category candidates are exempted from writing the aptitude test.

Admissions in this category are carried out by a Sports Selection Committee comprising the Principal, the heads of the Department of Physical Education and the department to which admission is sought and other teachers of the College as nominated by the Principal.


THE APTITUDE TEST

Applicants belonging to Persons with Disability (PwD) Category will be exempted from the written Aptitude Test. Class XII marks will have 85% weightage and the Interview will have 15 % weightage in determining the composite merit for such applicants.

Written Aptitude Test will be conducted at 7.30 am for candidates called for interview in the pre-lunch sessions (that is, interview sessions scheduled to start before 1 pm) and at 1.30 pm for candidates called for interview in the post-lunch sessions (that is interview sessions scheduled to start on or after 2 pm).

A brief description of the nature of Aptitude Tests for the various courses is as follows:

B.Sc. (Hons.) in Chemistry: The test will have questions based on the eleventh and twelfth standard Chemistry syllabus. It will comprise Multiple Choice Questions from all branches of Chemistry, namely, Inorganic, Organic and Physical Chemistry and will be of half an hour duration. This test will examine the understanding of the fundamentals of the discipline and the mathematical ability of the candidate.

B.Sc. (Hons.) in Physics: The test will have questions based on the eleventh and twelfth standard Physics syllabus.

B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics: The syllabus for the written test broadly involves topics such as 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 understanding of the above mentioned topics.

B.Sc. Programme: The written test will have questions based on the eleventh and twelfth standard 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.  The test will examine the conceptual understanding and problem solving ability.

B.A. (Hons.) in Economics: The test will have questions based on the eleventh and twelfth standard Mathematics syllabus. 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.

B.A. (Hons.) in English: The test seeks to gauge the candidate’s writing, analytical and critical skills.

B.A. (Hons.) in PhilosophyApplicants can expect a test of their reading writing and thinking abilities. No questions specific to any discipline will be asked.

B.A. (Hons.) in HistoryThe 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.

B.A. (Hons.) in SanskritIn the aptitude test, students are tested on their knowledge of Sanskrit language (Sanskrit grammar, Class X level).

B.A. 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

Broadly speaking, the interview has the following components:

  1. Academic: The candidate’s academic potential and suitability for the subject chosen, beyond what is indicated by marks alone.
  2. Co-Curricular: The potential to participate in the co-curricular activities of the College and to contribute to its total life. The College does not have a separate “ECA” (extra-curricular activities) quota, but proficiency in ECA is taken into account during the interview.
  3. General Awareness and Sense of Values: A candidate’s personal outlook, sense of values, level of awareness and motivation. The candidate can be asked questions about the statements on the admission form about himself or herself, his or her interests, goals etc.

 

The lists of short-listed applicants along with their interview schedules will be put up on the College Website and Notice Boards on 
June 15, 2017 after 4 PM. Applicants called for the interview will get an interview call letter at their registered email address. They can also generate the interview call letter from the College website.

Applicants called for interview are required to bring a printout of the call letter at the time of appearing for the interview.


INTERVIEW SCHEDULE

The interviews for admission to the first-year undergraduate courses will be held according to the following TENTATIVE SCHEDULE. Candidates, especially those from outside Delhi, are advised to make suitable travel arrangements to be available in Delhi at least a day before their Interviews. Please check the college website for the latest information.

Discipline               Date(s)

Sanskrit                      June 17

Chemistry                 June 17, 19 and 20

Physics                     June 19, 20, 21 and 22

Economics               June 19, 20 and 21

History                      June 22, 23 and 24

English                      June 23 and 24

Mathematics            June 27, 28 and 29

BSc Programme      June 28, 29 and 30

Philosophy               June 30

BA Programme       June 30, July 1 and 3

Sports                      July 4

 


DOCUMENTS TO BE BROUGHT AT THE TIME OF THE INTERVIEW

  1. Applicants appearing for the interview should bring the following documents with them:
  • Two recent passport size photographs.
  • The printout of the interview Call Letter.
  • The following documents, in original and one set of self-attested copies:
    1. Certificate of the date of birth of the applicant (normally the Secondary School Certificate).
    2. Mark-sheet of the qualifying examination.
      1. For Candidates from Christian Category: Baptism Certificate and a letter of recommendation from the parish priest concerned. Candidates who have not undergone baptism for being members of churches that practice adult or believer’s baptism may submit the baptism certificates of either of their parents and a certificate from the pastor concerned that the candidate is a practicing Christian.
      2. For Candidates from SC/ST Category:SC/ST Certificate from a competent authority*
  • For Candidates from PwD Category:Physical Disability Certificate**
  1. For Candidates from Foreign Boards:Equivalence Certificate from AIU, only if the examination conducted by their board/examining body is not mentioned in the list of examinations regarded as equivalent to the CBSE class 12 examination by the University of Delhi/the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).
  2. Children of Martyrs:Certificate from a competent authority indicating details of martyrdom.


* Officers competent to issue Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe certificates:

(i) District Magistrate/Additional District Magistrate/Collector/Deputy
Commissioner/Additional Deputy Commissioner/Deputy Collector/Ist Class
Stipendiary Magistrate/City Magistrate/Sub-Divisional Magistrate/Taluka
Magistrate/Executive Magistrate/Extra Assistant Commissioner.
(ii) Chief Presidency Magistrate/Additional Chief Presidency Magistrate/Presidency Magistrate.
(iii) Revenue Officers not below the rank of Tehsildar.
(iv) Sub-divisional Officer of the area where the candidate and/or his family normally reside(s).
(v) Administrator/Secretary to Administrator/Development Officer (Lakshadweep Island).

** The Physical Disability Certificate has to be issued by a Government Hospital. In the event of any doubt as to the genuineness of the certificate, or the extent of the disability of the candidate concerned, or in regard to the entitlement of the candidate to seek admission under the category of physically disabled candidates, it is open to the Principal to refer the candidate to a Medical Board to be constituted by the University, and/or take such other steps as may be required to ascertain the correct facts and entitlement of the candidate concerned, and if it is found that the candidate is not eligible or entitled under this category, to cancel the admission after issuing a show cause notice to the candidate concerned, giving him/her 15 days time to reply.

Certificates issued by non-competent authorities will not be accepted.
The self-attested copies will be retained while the originals will be returned after scrutiny.
Applicants should make sure that they take back their original certificates after their interview.
In exceptional cases a candidate may be permitted to produce the original certificates at a later stage.

 


IMPORTANT DATES

May 22: Online application facility opens
June 12: Online application facility closes
June 13: Declaration of cut-offs for interviews
June 15: Publication of Interview Lists.
June 17: Interviews begin.
July 19: First meeting.



ACCOMMODATION IN COLLEGE DURING INTERVIEWS

Limited AC (four rooms with double occupancy) and twenty Non AC rooms (double occupancy) are available on the campus, with/without facilities for dining for outstation candidates called for interviews and their parents/guardians during the interview period. The College does not, however, guarantee the availability of accommodation for all. Those wishing to take advantage of this facility should apply at accommodation@ststephens.edu. Those allotted accommodations will be required to pay the prescribed tariff for food and/ lodging, at the time of room allotment.


ADMISSION SCHEDULE

  1. Once the interviews for a particular course have been completed, the list of applicants selected for admission will be put up on the College website and on the Notice Boards on the next working day after 4:00 pm. A Waiting List, in order of merit, for different categories, will be put up at the same time.

Those selected for admission should submit original certificates and two passport-sized photographs at the time of paying their fees and completing admission formalities. If, for unavoidable reasons, it is not possible to submit the original certificates at the time of admission, special permission may be sought from the Principal but all necessary certificates must be submitted not later than 31 July 2017 failing which admission shall be cancelled.

The original certificates will be retained by the College till the time the student finishes her/his course or leaves the College.

 


ACTIVATION OF THE WAITING LIST

Depending on the availability of seats, admissions from the applicants on the Waiting List for the relevant category will be made strictly in the order of merit. These subsequent admission lists will be displayed on the College notice boards. Every effort will be made to inform applicants individually, but applicants are advised to consult the College Notice Boards and keep in touch with the College. Admissions will close on the date notified by the University of Delhi.

 


FIRST MEETING AND REGISTRATION

All first-year scholars are required to attend the inaugural assembly in the College Hall at 10.15 a.m. on Wednesday, 19 July 2017
After the assembly, they will meet their teachers and fill in the registration forms. This will be followed by the Freshers’ Lunch in the Dining Hall at 12.30 p.m.

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The self-motivated and ceaseless activities of over two dozen clubs and societies constitute a very important part of College life and offer a large variety of avenues for self expression. For each subject there is a Society that sponsors extra-curricular lectures and discussion and, in general, tries to stimulate interest in the subject. There are many other academic and cultural society and clubs covering wide range of activities, such as debating, dramatics, mountaineering, film and music appreciation, social service, photography and electronics.
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CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE
SOCIETIES
The self-motivated and ceaseless activities of over two dozen clubs and societies constitute a very important part of College life and offer a large variety of avenues for self expression. For each subject there is a Society that sponsors extra-curricular lectures and discussion and, in general, tries to stimulate interest in the subject. There are many other academic and cultural society and clubs covering wide range of activities, such as debating, dramatics, mountaineering, film and music appreciation, social service, photography and electronics.
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INSTITUTIONAL SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
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on/before 17TH JUNE, 2016
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All technical related queries can be sent to
it@ststephens.edu
INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL (IQAC)
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