DU Admissions 2022: Despite its decision to petition the Supreme Court, St Stephen’s College will be one of the colleges available to applicants on Delhi University’s centralised registration system, university officials said on Wednesday.
This indicates that university administrators have advised applicants to include St Stephen’s College among their preferred program-college selections on DU’s webpage once the application process begins next week.
On Wednesday, a CSAS ( Common Seats Allocation System) portal has launched by Delhi University for candidates who want to register for admission to the university’s undergraduate colleges. On Monday 26th September, Phase II of the admission will begin. Candidates will have to choose the programs for which they want to be considered at that point, listing their top-choice college-program combinations after that. According to their position on the merit list and the college-program combinations they have indicated as preferences, candidates will have their seats centrally distributed by DU.
St. Stephen’s College’s governing body resolved on Tuesday to appeal the Delhi High Court’s judgement requiring it to accept non-minority students purely on the basis of CUET scores without conducting college-level interviews.
Vikas Gupta, the registrar, told that Delhi University will continue to administer college admissions using the centralised approach unless the Supreme Court orders differently.
“This will not affect anything. We will not allow admissions to take place through St Stephen’s College and admissions will be conducted by DU only. We will go as per whatever decision the Supreme Court takes. In the meantime, we have already listed St. Stephen’s college along with all other colleges on our CSAS portal, and candidates should go ahead with listing it among their preferences if they wish to be considered for admissions there,” he said.
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