New Delhi, May 16: The admission process for undergraduate courses at Delhi University’s St. Stephen’s College will commence from May 21 onwards. St. Stephen’s which follows a different pattern for admissions, will conduct a written test along with an interview for students who clear the cut-off marks criteria. For the admission process to be inititaed, students must therefore first register themselves in the Delhi University admission portal- along with an admission fee. Once you are registered, a form number will be generated and it is then that a student will be eligible to apply to the choice of his/her college online using their email ID.Also Read - DU Admission 2021: Delhi University Announces No Hike in Admission Fee This Year, Will Refund Full Fee in THIS Case

The notification issued by the St. Stephen’s College read- “Applications for undergraduate admissions will be available online from May 21 onwards.” The college officials further said that a student’s application will not be considered if the application fee is not paid. Also Read - DU Admission 2021: Delhi University to Start Registration Process For UG Courses Today, Portal to Go Live by 3 PM

Delhi University (DU) began its online registration for admission to undergraduate courses yesterday, that is, May 15. Students willing to take admission in one of Delhi University’s colleges, may visit the University’s official website- for registering themselves. The last date for submitting the online application is June 7. Students and their parents who wish to receive information on the admission process, are advised to visit University’s North Campus starting May 21 to May 29, to know more about the process from the officials themselves. They are conducting open days on the mentioned dates. Also Read - DU Admission 2021: Delhi University Begins Registration For PG, Ph.D And M.Phil Courses Today; How to Apply at

Over 5,000 students registered on the online portal after the online registration for DU’s undergraduate courses began. DU is likely to release the first cut-off list on June 19. The admission process has begun for over 56,000 seats spread across 63 colleges.