The Supreme Court has asked the Delhi High Court to consider with "requisite urgency" a plea filed by St Stephen's College in Delhi against a high court order which had asked it to follow the admission policy of Delhi University. The Delhi High Court had on September 12 last year asked the Christian minority institution to follow the admission policy formulated by the Delhi University according to which 100 percent weightage has to be given to the Common University Entrance Test (CUET)-2022 score while granting admission to non-minority students in its undergraduate courses. The high court had said the college cannot conduct interviews for non-minority category students and that the admission should be as per the CUET score alone. A bench of Justices BR Gavai and JB Pardiwala clarified that the high court can hear the matter. "We clarify that the high court will be at liberty to proceed further with the hearing of the writ petition pertaining to admissions under the minority quota. "It is needless to state that since the matter pertains to admissions for the present academic year, the high court would consider the same with requisite urgency," the bench said.