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St. Stephen’s College Delhi – A brief History: St. Stephen’s college is affiliated to the University of Delhi and is located in Delhi, India. St. Stephen’s is one of the oldest and most eminent colleges for science and arts in India. This well known Christian college falls under the Church of North India. St. Stephens College DU has furnished a number of notable alumni such as Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed who has been the former president of India,  Muhammad Zia Ul Haq who was the former president of Pakistan and many more distinguished alumni who are world famous and highly reputed.

St. Stephen’s College was started by the Cambridge Mission to Delhi. The colleges offers courses in both under-graduate and post-graduate courses such as courses in Science and Liberal Arts and also has been rated as one of India’s premier institutions for Arts and Science.

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St. Stephens College DU Cut Off 

The cut off list published by St. Stephen College every year releases a very high percentage for students to get enrolled in, like all the other colleges of University of Delhi.

The St. Stephen College cut off percent of a few very sought after courses such as B.A Economics usually stands at around 98.50%. Previous year the, St. Stephen College B.A. English first cut off  was very high. It was 99% for the general category. You can view the first cut off list generated by the college in the table displayed The trend suggest that for next academic year, i.e., the St. Stephen College (DU) cut off 2016-17 are going to be very high.

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St. Stephen’s college – University of Delhi

St. Stephen’s Delhi was established in 1845 by the Reverend M. J. Jennings, the Chaplain of Delhi. The college was operated under the Delhi Mission of the society for the propagation of the gospel.

The college was initially premised in Chandni Chawk, Delhi and was affiliated to the University of Calcutta. It constituted of 3 professors and 5 boarders. Later, the college changed its affiliation to Punjab University and was moved to a new location, Kashmiri Gate in Delhi. Getting St stephen’s college admission is like having a dream come true. The college is known for the quality of education and facilities that it provides to its students.

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St. Stephen’s college Courses –

This Delhi University college offers 6 courses in B.A., 8 courses in M.A., 4 courses in M.Sc. and 4 courses in B.Sc. St. Stephen’s doesn’t have commerce courses like B.Com (Hons.) and M.Com.

The number of courses offered by St. Stephen’s college is listed below:

Arts Science
St. Stephen’s College Undergraduate (UG) Arts Courses St. Stephen’s College Undergraduate (UG) Science Courses
Bachelor of Arts [BA]
Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (History)
Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Philosophy)
Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Sanskrit)
Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Economics)
Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (English)
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc.]
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc.] {Hons.} (Chemistry)
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc.] {Hons.} (Mathematics)
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc.] {Hons.} (Physics)
St. Stephen’s College Postgraduate (PG) Arts Courses St. Stephen’s College Postgraduate (PG) Science Courses
Master of Arts [MA]
Master of Arts [MA] (Economics)
Master of Arts [MA] (English)
Master of Arts [MA] (History)
Master of Arts [MA] (Mathematics)
Master of Arts [MA] (Operations Research)
Master of Arts [MA] (Philosophy)
Master of Arts [MA] (Sanskrit)
Master of Science [M.Sc.] (Operational Research)
Master of Science [M.Sc.] (Chemistry)
Master of Science [M.Sc.] (Mathematics)
Master of Science [M.Sc.] (Physics)

St. Stephen’s college fee Structure

The fee structure of few of the popular courses of St. Stephen’s College are: Bachelor of Science- INR 1.08 Lakhs (total fee), B.A Hons. Economics – INR 1.02 Lakhs (total fee) and so on.

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St. Stephen’s College Delhi Highlights

Recruitments: Few of the highly reputed companies’ visit St. Stephen’s College for recruiting the students and offer an average package of 9 about 9 Lakh Rupees. St. Stephen’s College Placement season bring about a lot of smiles on the faces of Stephen’s students. Some of the companies are: BAIN, Monitor, Deutsche Bank, max New York life, ITC and so on.

College societies: Constantly assumed a vital part in the life of the school, and are seen as basic to understudy improvement. Every scholarly subject has a society which supports addresses and exchanges. The famous additional curricular social societies and clubs take part in tasks related with debating, shows, trekking, film, social administration, photography, testing and cosmology.

Library: St. Stephen’s College has a very famous library that also provides digital services to students. The library constitutes rare Persian and Sanskrit manuscripts.

St. Stephen’s College Notable Alumni

St. Stephen’s College’s alumni are also known by the name Stephanians. The alumni of St. Stephen’s are currently highly reputed and many are Members of Parliament (MP) in India and also Presidents of three countries. The names of alumni are as follows:

  • Arun Maira, member of the Planning Commission
  • Arun Shourie, journalistand economist with the World Bank
  • Arvind Virmani, former Chief Economic Adviser to Government of India
  • Asaf Ali, Indian ambassadorto USA, Governor of Odisha
  • Chhotu Ram, pre-partition politician, knighted in 1937
  • Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed, former Presidentof India
  • Gopalkrishna Gandhi, former Governorof West Bengal
  • Indrajit Gupta, former MP and Home Ministerof India
  • Jarbom Gamlin, former Chief Ministerof Arunachal Pradesh
  • Kapil Sibal, MP, former Law Minister of India
  • Kaushik Basu, economist; Senior Vice President and Chief Economist of the World Bank; former CEAto the Government
  • Lieutenant General Syed Ata Hasnain, highest ranking Muslim officer of the Indian Army
  • Mani Shankar Aiyar, MP, former Cabinet Minister
  • Montek Singh Ahluwalia, economist; Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission; former Finance Secretary
  • Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq, former Presidentof Pakistan
  • Natwar Singh, MP, former Foreign Minister of India
  • Prajapati Trivedi, economist and first Secretary, Performance Management Division, Cabinet Secretariat
  • Pulok Chatterji, IAS, Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister of India (2011-2014)
  • Rahul Gandhi, MP, Vice President Congress

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