Application Guidelines: St. Stephen’s College And Jesus And Mary College

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The online application process for merit-based UG curses in Delhi University began on May 22 and received 200 applications within the first ten minutes of opening the portal to public and more than 6000 applications on the opening day in entirety. The last date to apply is June 12.

The admissions are then processed on the basis of different cut-offs released by the colleges separately.

However, two colleges conduct their own separate application process. These are St. Stephen’s College in North Campus and Jesus and Mary College in South Campus. Jesus and Mary College, popularly known as JMC, is an all-girls college. The application process for both these colleges will be conducted within the same schedule as for all other colleges under Delhi University,  that is the application process will end on June 12.

In case of both St. Stephen’s College and JMC, a student will have to fill a separate form which is available on the official websites of these colleges.

The prospectus is available on the respective college websites: and

For Jesus and Mary College,

An applicant can fill only one form; 3 preferences can be marked on one form. If a candidate applies for BA (Programme) course, she will be provided three choices of Discipline Combinations in order of preference. Any student who fills more than one form will be disqualified even at a later stage. Counselors available in college from 22nd May 9.00 am to 1.00 pm (Monday to Friday).

For St. Stephen’s College,

Shortlisted candidates based on BFS or PCM or PMC, as the case may be, will be called for interviews. The interview will be preceded by a short written Aptitude Test of 30 minutes’ duration.

Admission is granted on the basis of composite merit to be determined as follows

  1. a) Class XII marks: 85 %
  2. b) Aptitude Test: 5 %
  3. c) Interview: 10 %

However, it is also mandatory that a student should fill the DU UG application form available on the DU admission portal as well. 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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