Students passing from Class 12th would be applying for admissions to undergraduate courses. Generally, students who are confident about their marks Class 12th are appearing for entrance exams for admissions. Most students prefer a full-time degree from a regular college. However, there are some students who seek admissions to distance mode degree offered at School of Open Learning, University of Delhi. For all such students, we provide here answers for most commonly asked questions regarding DU SOL admissions.
Answer: The undergraduate courses offered at DU SOL are –
Answer: The registration for DU SOL generally begins in June-July every year. Last year, the admissions to undergraduate courses at DU SOL began in the first week of June 2017.
Answer: The eligibility criteria for UG courses at DU SOL differ for each course. However, students need to fulfil the basic criteria required for DU SOL UG admissions –
Answer: Students can apply for admissions at DU SOL in online mode only. The online registration form for DU SOL will be available at the official website only i.e. sol.du.ac.in.
Students can check here how to apply for DU SOL admissions –
Answer: The students are selected on basis of DU SOL eligibility criteria for the UG course which includes relevant subjects and minimum qualifying marks.
Answer: The fee structure for DU SOL courses is less than the regular programmes. It ranges between Rs. 3500 – 4500 per course including admission fee, tuition fee, library fee and other expenses. The fee has to be paid annually only.
Answer: The students taking admission to UG courses at DU SOL will be provided the facility of weekend classes at the allotted study centres. Though, it is not compulsory for students to attend these classes as there is no attendance required for examinations. But, SOL students must attend these classes as it is very helpful in covering their syllabus and for learning purpose.