St. Stephen’s College has released a tentative schedule for the Aptitude Test and Interviews for various courses as part of the admission procedure for the year 2016-17. The college has also announced on its website that its Prospectus and online application form will be available on the website from 28th May, 2016 onwards.
The admission dates have been sorted as per course, beginning with Sanskrit (Hons) on 20th June, with Economics (Hons.) scheduled for 21st, 22nd and 23rd June. English (Hons.) is tentatively scheduled for 28th and 29th June. Find the entire list of scheduled dates on this link.
Aptitude tests for all courses have been introduced as part of the admission procedure from 2015 onwards, carrying 5% weightage in the selection process. The aptitude test is part of the college’s drive to provide a level playing field to students from all backgrounds, thereby giving students an alternate platform to perform well, according to a message from Principal John Varghese to prospective applicants, available on the website. The test will be followed by an interview.
From the current academic session onwards, minority colleges like St. Stephen’s and Jesus and Mary College are likely to join the University’s centralised admission procedure rather than have separate registrations. However, the two colleges will continue to retain their own individual admission policies.
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