The St. Stephens College has issued the call letter for Aptitude Test and Interview on June 27, 2019. The candidates can download their call letter online at ststephens.edu. As of now, it has been released for BA Sanskrit (H) and B.Sc Chemistry (H) courses. The College has notified that the Call letters for all other courses will be available soon. The Interview at St. Stephens college is going to start from June 28, 2019.
To download the interview call letter, the candidates need to visit the official website of St. Stephens. On the homepage of the website, the candidates need to click on the link which says “Call Letters for Interview and Aptitude Test”. Next, the candidates have to click on the Download Call Letter tab, in which they need to provide their Application Number in provided space. Click on the “Search” button to submit the details. Finally, download and take a print out of the call letter.
Furthermore, the College has also published the list of candidates shortlisted for Sports Trial – Cricket and Squash.
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The written aptitude test is going to be conducted at 07:30 AM for the candidates called for the interview. For the interview session, the candidates are tested on the basis of their academic performance, co-curricular activities, general awareness and sense of value. Those who have been called for Interview, need to bring a print out of the call letter at the time of appearing for the Interview. Along with it, they also need to carry two recent passport size photo, original and one set of photocopies of Secondary school certificate, marksheet of the qualifying examination.
As per the newspaper reports, three (03) members of the governing body of St Stephen’s College has objected to the inclusion of a member of its supreme council in the interview panel for selection of students, saying it is a violation of the college constitution. | St. Stephens Cut Off 2019
The supreme council is a subset of six members of the governing body (managing committee) and comprises all members of the Church of North India. The three members had even approached the Delhi High Court, but it had refused to stay the interview process for admission of Christian students in the college.