Student bodies, prominent academic raise red flags on move that might have impacted chances of students from region securing admission in St Stephen’s College New Delhi: A couple of days after the prestigious St Stephen’s College in University of Delhi issued a corrigendum on the cut-off marks for Christian students belonging to the Scheduled Tribes (ST), a public interest litigation (PIL) will come up for hearing in Delhi High Court on Friday. The PIL, moved by the former Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) president and associate professor in mathematics at the college, Nandita Narain, seeks transparency in the admission process by ensuring representation for an adequate number of students from the category during the interview process. Earlier, the 138-year-old college had revised downwards the marks for Christian students belonging to STs after a writ petition was filed by two applicants and three student groups from the Northeast region in the court. Students Worngam Ningshen and Vanlalchhanchhuaha, and student organisations such as Naga Students’ Union Delhi (NSUD), Kuki Students’ Organisation Delhi (KSOD) and North East Students’ Society DU (NESSDU) are petitio...