New Delhi, July 5
Delhi University’s St Stephen’s College will begin its registration course of on Tuesday and can conduct on-line interviews in view of the coronavirus pandemic, the faculty stated on Sunday.
The registration course of will begin on July 7 and finish on July 18. The college students will first need to register on the Delhi University’s web site to be eligible to use for admission to St Stephen’s College, it stated.
The faculty uploaded its prospectus on-line on Sunday and gave particulars of the admission course of.
The interview can have three elements—educational, co-curricular and normal consciousness and sense of values.
Candidates showing for the interview should hold a printout of the interview name letter, and authentic copies of the certificates of the date of delivery (the Secondary School Certificate) and marksheet of the qualifying examination.
Candidates from the Christian class should be submit a replica of certificates of Baptism/Certificate of Confirmation (legitimate from a minimum of two years previous to the final date fastened for receipt of software).
If the candidate belongs to a Church which practices Adult Baptism, a Certificate of Dedication of the candidate at childhood is required, the prospectus stated.
The Christian candidates may even need to submit a letter of advice from the Parish Priest, duly endorsed by the Bishop of the Chruch or an individual of equal/increased authority, a letter of membership of the candidate in a church and a letter of membership of each of the mother and father in a church.
“Owing to the ongoing pandemic situation, interviews will be conducted online,” it stated.
Delhi University has six minority schools—two Christian and 4 Sikh—the place seats are reserved.
For admission to Christian minority schools—Jesus and Mary College and St. Stephen’s College—candidates need to first fill the college registration kind after which fill the respective faculty kind accessible on the faculty web site with the small print already stuffed within the college kind. —PTI