One of the most famous colleges in the country, the St Stephen's College is all set to come up with an admission test for the purpose of granting admission in the upcoming academic session.
While Delhi University consistently informs the affirmation rules for its universities, minority organizations, for example, St Stephen's and Jesus and Mary College have their different confirmation rules.
Stephen's in no time selects students on the premise of an individual meeting and shorts reported after Class XII examinations.
"It has been chosen that a 30 minutes in length composed test will likewise be incorporated in the affirmation criteria from this year onwards," a school educator said.
Then again, no choice has been taken yet on whether the test would be in view of fitness or be subject-related.
"In no time, the best-of-four rate has 85 every penny weightage while 15 every penny imprints are for the individual meeting. The weightage for the composed test will be incorporated in that 15 every penny," she said.
The school offers respects courses in Economics, English, History, Philosophy, Sanskrit, Mathematics, Chemistry alongside the Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) pass courses.
"The divisions will be allowed to shape their own particular arrangement of inquiries for the test. The questioner and the evaluator of the test will be diverse," the educator said, including that the choice in such manner was taken amid a meeting called yesterday by Stephen's Principal Valson Thampu.