Setback For St Stephen’s In Supreme Court Over Admissions

The Delhi High Court had on September 12 asked St. Stephen's to conduct UG admissions following Delhi College admiss strategy

Supreme Court today, October 19 refused to stay the Delhi High Court order that directed St Stephen’s college to conduct admissions on the basis of CUET scores without leading meeting. The Delhi College has invited the High Court choice wouldn’t remain a Delhi High Court request that asked St. Stephen’s college to follow the college’s confirmation strategy. DU enlistment center Vikas Gupta told PTI, “the court has chosen in the right soul. As an issue to regard to the court we deferred the rundown. We are there for the understudies. They will confront no issue during confirmation. Understudies need not to stress. The confirmation will be directed as planned and the meeting will begin on November 2.” DU Admission 2022 Live

The Delhi High Court had on September 12 requested that St Stephen’s lead UG affirmations following Delhi College confirmation strategy, as per which 100% weightage must be given to the Normal College Entry Test (CUET)- 2022 score while conceding admission to non-minority understudies in its college classes.

The High Court had said the college can’t lead interviews for non-minority classification understudies and that the affirmation ought to be according to the CUET score alone. The High Court had likewise said the privileges concurred to a minority establishment under the Constitution can’t be reached out to non-minorities. It had said the college has the position to direct meetings, notwithstanding the CUET score, for the affirmation of Christian understudies however it can’t compel the non-minority possibility to go through a meeting furthermore.

In the mean time, St Stephen’s needs to give 85% weightage to CUET and 15 percent to interviews for conceding understudies across classifications.