St.Stephen’s Admission Process: Interviews to Be Held Online

St.Stephen’s to begin admission process from July 7. Additionally, the admission process will take place online for undergraduate students.

Moreover, the admission process for St. Stephen’s is different from other DU colleges. The college conducts its own separate admission process with different cut offs for the college. More importantly, the whole process is online.


The admission process will start from July 7. The last date to fill the admission form is July 18.

The applicants for St.Stephen’s will have to first apply on the admission portal of the Delhi University (DU). They will further have to complete the registration process from the DU portal. Furthermore, they will have to need the registration number that is issued by the Delhi University. This number is integral to apply for admission in St.Stephen’s.

Owing to coronavirus pandemic, the college will hold the interviews for admission online. The interview thus organized will be about the academic ability of the students. Moreover, it will also test the participation of students in co-curricular activities. Additionally, the interview will also access the student’s general awareness and their sense of values.

The names of the shortlisted candidates for interviews will be announced on the official website of the college. During the online interview, the candidates will require documents. These are the call letter for interview, the date of birth certificate and the mark sheet of qualifying exam.

The Christian candidates have to submit their copy of certificate of confirmation. Additionally, the same certificate is valid from at least two years prior to last date fixed for receipt of application.

The prospectus further read, if a candidate is a Christian who attends a church which practice Adult Baptism, a certificate of dedication of the candidate at childhood is necessary.

Furthermore, candidates of reserved categories will require their reservation certificates to apply for admission.

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