DU SOL Admission 2023: Know all about admissions, registrations, eligibility, and fee structure
Delhi University School of Open Learning is one of the most preferred alternatives for students who wish to pursue distance learning. The college started accepting then applications in October 2022 for the undergraduate courses for the batch of 2023. The students can use the following link to fill out the admission form from the online portal of the college website.
- Admission process for the session starting July 2022 has ended.
- The Last date to take admission was November 15, 2022
- Admission for the Session starting July 2023 will start after the result of final examinations.
- Also check – Advantages and Disadvantages of studying at DU SOL
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You need to know before the DU SOL Admission
However, before you move ahead mentioned below are all the necessary details that you must be aware of before you make a decision.
- What area the courses offered by DU SOL for undergraduates?
The college offers many courses for students who are aiming to pursue their bachelor’s as well as post-graduation. In case you are pursuing an under graduation, the college offers courses in Economics, Commerce, Punjabi, Tamil, Urdu, Environmental studies, and English among many more. Students can look up the official website to know about more courses and can fill up the form accordingly.
- Is CUET necessary for DU SOL Admission?
Unlike the other colleges, CUET is not compulsory to take admission to the DU SOL College as per the guidelines of the Department of Distance and Continuing Learning. However, students must take into account the eligibility criteria before taking their admission.
- How many courses are offered by the DU SOL?
There are 5 courses offered by the college, Bachelor in commerce, Bachelor (Honors) in Commerce, BA Programme, Bachelor (Honors) in Political Science, and Bachelor (Honors) in English.
Eligibility Criteria for DU SOL Admission 2023
The eligibility criteria to take DU SOL Admission for each course are as follows:
BCom Honors: Students must have secured a minimum of 55% in aggregate in their class 12th and atleast 60% in their vocational stream in the qualifying exam
BA/ BCom: Secured atleast 40% marks in class 12th from a recognized board
BA Honors in English: SEcure atleast 65% marks in the qualifying examination and a minimum of 75% marks in English. The student may have also secured a minimum of 65% marks in English Elective/Functional (with three academic subjects). However, keep in mind that the vocational stream is not allowed
What are the new courses introduced?
The college has also introduced 5 new courses which have the following eligibility criteria:
- BBA FIA: Student must have a minimum of 60% marks and mathematics and one language subject
- BMS: Minimum of 60% marks having studied maths and one language subjects
- BA Honors in Economics: 60% marks in class 12 with maths as a subject
- MBA: Graduated from a recognized university in any discipline with a minimum of 50% marks
- BLISc: Graduated from a recognized university
- MLISc: A minimum of 50% marks in BLISc
To know more about the eligibility criteria, you can visit the Eligibility Criteria page.
To know about the fee structure in detail, of the latest introduced courses, you can visit the following link Fee Structure
Note that the fee structure does not comprise the admission fees. The admission fee may differ from course to course and is paid at the time of filling out the examination form.
Course Structure at the DU School of Open Learning
The courses have different structures for different semesters which are described in detail by the college officially. You can visit the official page or access the PDF directly using the following link. Course Structure of Old Courses
You can also visit the prospectus of the college with all the updated information by using the following link. Prospectus
DU SOL Admission 2023 Links
The registrations for DU SOL 2023 admissions will commence soon.
Yes, a degree from the DU SOL is valid like any other college’s degree. It is one of the most preferred colleges for distance learning.
No, there is no difference.