DU Admissions 2017 : How To Apply At St Stephens College,Jesus & Mary College (JMC)

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DU Admissions 2017 : Please note : In case of both St. Stephens College and JMC,a student will have to fill a separate form which is available on the official websites of these colleges. However, it is also mandatory that a student should fill the DU UG application form available on the DU admission portal as well.

St Stephens College and Jesus & Mary College started their admission process along with Delhi University on Monday at 9 PM.The online application can be filled at the websites of both these colleges.The last date to apply to both these colleges is 12th June 2017.

Courses available at St Stephens College-

Science Courses
Bsc (H) Chemistry
Bsc (H) Mathematics
Bsc (H) Physics
Bsc (P) Phyiscal Sciences
Humanities Courses
BA (H) Economics
BA (H) Sanskrit
BA Programme
BA (H) English
BA (H) History
BA (H) Philosophy
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A candidate who fails to fill the centralized DU application form will not be considered for admission to either of the colleges even though they may have filled their separate application form.

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You can find the prospectus for St Stephens College by clicking here.

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At St. Stephens,50 per cent of the total seats are reserved for Christian candidates.For the rest of the available seats,17 per cent are available for SC/ST candidates,3 per cent for PwD candidates and remaining 80 per cent for general candidates.

You can find the prospectus for Jesus & Mary College by clicking here.

After the application process is over, St. Stephens will shortlist applicants for aptitude test and interview.The weightage for marks in the qualifying exam,aptitude test and interview is 85%, 5%, and 10% respectively.

In case of JMC,the college will declare the cutoff list on the college’s official website and/or notice board as per the Delhi University schedule.

The cutoffs for interviews at St Stephens College will be released on 13th June 2017,followed by the publication of interview lists the next day.Applicants will have to first fill up the centralized DU registration form, which will generate a unique number that can be used for minority college forms.

For honours courses at Jesus and Mary College (JMC),candidates can calculate the best of four with English and three other academic subjects from its list. All such subjects must have at least 70% theory component or the marks should be converted proportionately to be part of best of four.

The application fee for each course is Rs 100, while the residence application fee is Rs 200. The sports form is for Rs 250 per trial. Online payments can be made using credit or debit cards. Applications will be considered complete only after the payment has been made.The last day to fill up the college form is June 12, same as DU. “If DU extend its last date of registration, we, too, will extend ours to keep the schedules synced,” said an official.

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Shivam Malhotra
A social media enthusiast who is in love with this digital world! Wrote the first article for DU Express in May 2016.

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