List of alumni of St. Stephen's College, Delhi

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An alumnus of St Stephen's College, Delhi is also called a Stephenian. Alumni of the college include distinguished people from various fields, including several Members of Parliament (MP) in India, as well as the Presidents of three countries. The names in this list are presented in alphabetical order of surname/family name. This is not an exhaustive list.

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