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How tax-payer funded St. Stephen’s privileges Christians over others

A high stakes court battle between St. Stephen’s College and Delhi University has gone unnoticed. Listen to how St Stephens is breaking rules which will result in systematic advantage to Christian students.

First of all, St. Stephen’s College takes 95% of its funding from taxpayers. And still it reserves 50% seats for Christians. But it seems Stephens college wants even more..

So what did Stephen’s College do?

For the remaining 50% unreserved seats, it has decided to hold interviews separately besides CUET marks. In the interview panels, Stephen’s includes Church representatives.

So what do you think will happen?

Already 50% seats are reserves for Christians. Now in the remaining 50% seats also, the Christian students will likely have an advantage.

And still we taxpayers are stuck paying 95% of costs for this college! Why?

See –

(This article has been compiled from the tweet thread originally tweeted by Abhishek (@AbhishBanerj) on July 7, 2022.)

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