2017 Delhi University Correspondence Courses Admission Procedure

By | September 17, 2012

Delhi University Correspondence Courses Admission Procedure 2017-2018

SOL (School of Open Learning) an important unit of DU (Delhi University) popularly known as Delhi University Correspondence Courses established in the year 1962 attracts some of the best minds nationally and internationally.   SOL offers a wide range of undergraduate and post graduates programs through its distance learning mode in the discipline of Arts and Commerce.  With its highly qualified and dedicated faculty members, it thrives to provide education to large numbers of students with its curriculum similar as that of regular colleges. A correspondence course from SOL is a prestigious certificate widely accepted and recognized and is equivalent to degrees acquired from regular colleges.

Courses offered by SOL:

Courses Eligibility Admission Procedure
Undergraduate CoursesBA (Hons) English and Political ScienceBA (Pass)B.Com (Hons)/ Pass The students should pass the 10 + 2 level from a recognized board or university. The aspirants can avail the Delhi University Correspondence course of all the colleges and departments encompassed by the Delhi University, with special preference given to students enrolled in SOL and Non Collegiate Women’s Education Board (DU). UG admission is generally open in the month of June.  The admission is purely based on the basis of qualifying the entrance test which would be followed by personal interview. The admission forms can be obtained from the :a)      The South Study CenterSouth MotibaghP.O. Box 110021

Delhi, India.

b)      Main Center North Delhi Campus

The candidates can also download the admission form from the websites www.du.ac.in or www.sol.du.ac.in.

 

 

Post Graduate CoursesMA (Hons) History, Sanskrit, Hindi and Political ScienceM.ComBiotechnology

Arts and Humanities

Electronics and Communication

Technology

Management Sciences

Social Sciences

European Studies

Public Administration

Computer Application

Law

Education

Architecture

Cultural, Media and Governance

 

The candidates should have 3 years Bachelor’s degree from a recognized board or university. The aspirants can avail the Delhi University Correspondence course of all the colleges and departments encompassed by the Delhi University, with special preference given to students enrolled in SOL and Non Collegiate Women’s Education Board (DU). PG admission is usually open in August – September.  The admission is purely based on the basis of qualifying the entrance test generally followed by a personal interview. The admission forms can be obtained from the below mentioned 2 addresses :c)       The Campus of LearningC-2, Keshav PuramP.O. Box 110035

Delhi, India.

d)      SOL (School of Open Learning)

5, Cavalry Lane

P.O. Box 110007

Delhi, India

The candidates can also download the admission form from the websites www.du.ac.in or www.sol.du.ac.in.