Delhi University’s St Stephen’s College will begin its enlistment procedure on Tuesday and will lead online meetings taking into account the coronavirus pandemic, the school said on Sunday. The enrollment procedure will begin on July 7 and end on July 18. The understudies will initially need to enlist on the Delhi University’s site to be qualified to apply for admission to St Stephen’s College, it said.
The school transferred its plan online on Sunday and gave subtleties of the affirmation procedure. The meeting will have three parts — scholastic, co-curricular and general mindfulness and feeling of qualities.
Applicants showing up for the meeting should keep a printout of the meeting call letter, and unique duplicates of the testament of the date of birth (the Secondary School Certificate) and marksheet of the passing assessment.
Up-and-comers from the Christian classification should be present a duplicate of declaration of Baptism/Certificate of Confirmation (legitimate from at any rate two years preceding the last date fixed for receipt of utilization). On the off chance that the up-and-comer has a place with a Church which rehearses Adult Baptism, a Certificate of Dedication of the up-and-comer at adolescence is required, the plan said.
The Christian applicants will likewise need to present a letter of proposal from the Parish Priest, properly embraced by the Bishop of the Chruch or an individual of identical/more significant position authority, a letter of enrollment of the up-and-comer in a congregation and a letter of participation of both of the guardians in a congregation.
“Inferable from the continuous pandemic circumstance, meetings will be directed on the web,” it said. Delhi University has six minority schools — two Christian and four Sikh — where seats are saved.
For admission to Christian minority Colleges — Jesus and Mary College and St. Stephen’s College — competitors need to initially fill the college enlistment structure and afterward fill the individual school structure accessible on the school site with the subtleties previously filled in the college structure.