DU SOL 2020

DU SOL 2020:

Delhi University School of Open Learning (DU SOL) provides admission to the candidates for the undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes. All the aspirants have to register themselves on the official website of DU, i.e., sol.du.ac.in to take admission in various PG and UG courses. The candidates who will meet the eligibility criteria will get admission to UG courses and for the PG course. The aspirants will get admission through the merit list or through the Delhi University entrance test (DUET).

DU SOL 2020 Admission Notification:

DU SOL releases the admission notification in the month of May every year. The application process of DU SOL admission starts from the first week of June for both the UG and PG programmes. DU offers a seat in five UG programmes. The programmes are B.Com Hons., BA English Hons, B.Com, BA Political Science Hons, and BA Programme. In addition to this, it also offers five PG programmes such as MA Hindi, MA Sanskrit, MA Hindi, MA Political Science, and M.Com through DU SOL admissions. The aspirants who want to enroll themselves in the UG programmes of DU SOL admission have to fill the application form. But before filling the DU SOL admission form, candidates have to check whether they fulfill the eligibility criteria or not. Only those candidates who fulfill the eligibility criteria are eligible to fill the application form. So, it is a must to check the eligibility criteria of DU SOL. The candidates who want to get into the postgraduate programme of DU SOL admission have to appear for the entrance test followed by interview or group discussion depending upon the programmes.

DU SOL has a reservation system for the candidates who belong to Delhi University. DU SOL has a reservation of 50% of the seats in PG courses for Delhi University candidates. The admissions are done based on the merit formed by considering the last qualifying examination marks. So, to get into any undergraduate and postgraduate courses in DU, candidates have to fill the application form correctly and attentively. Any wrong description will affect their career. So, it is better to know the exact details of DU SOL and then apply for the exam. Read this write-up to last to know more about DU SOL with all its detail. In addition to this, visit our website College Disha to know more about an entrance exam or details of any colleges. College Disha will give you updated information about your queries. So, visit this website once and get your solution to the question regarding any exam and admission.

DU SOL 2020 Admission Highlights

Name of the Institute

School of Open Learning (SOL DU)

Institute Type

Central University (DU)

Basic Admission Criteria

UG Courses: Merit-based

PG Courses: Entrance-based and Merit-based

Entrance Exam Mode

Offline

Application Mode

Online followed by submission at the designated centres: UG Courses

Offline: PG Courses

Courses Offered by DU SOL:

There are various UG and PG courses offered by Delhi University (DU) School of Open Learning (SOL). A list of all the courses is given below. Have a look.

UG Programmes:
  • B.Com (H)
  • B.Com
  • BA (H) English
  • BA (H) Political Science
  • BA Programme
PG Programmes:
  • MA (Hindi)
  • MA (History)
  • M.Com. Programme
  • MA (Political Science)
  • MA (Sanskrit)

DU SOL 2020 Eligibility Criteria:

DU SOL eligibility criteria are set the officials of the board. So, it is a must for any candidate to meet the eligibility criteria. Before filling the application form, take a look at the DU SOL eligibility criteria. Given below are the DU SOL eligibility criteria. Have a look.

For UG Courses

Qualification examination -

  • All the aspirants must have cleared 10+2 or Pre-University examination (2 years) from a recognized university or any other recognized board.
  • General – Candidates must have passed the qualifying examination with 65% aggregate marks and 75% in English Core (at least with 1 language (only English) + 3 academic subjects.
  • OBC – Candidates must have scored 58.5% aggregate marks with 67.5% marks in core English subjects.
  • SC / ST – Candidates must have secured the minimum passing marks in the qualifying exam with core English subjects and 3 academic subjects.
  • PWD – Aspirants should score 61.75% aggregate marks along with 71.25% marks in the English core.
B.Com (Hons):
  • General – Candidates must have scored 55% in Aggregate in any one of the qualifying examinations or secured 60% marks in a vocational stream in qualifying examinations.
  • OBC – Aspirants must have secured 49.5% aggregate marks in QE with 54% and above in the vocational stream.
  • SC / ST – Candidates must score minimum passing marks in the qualifying exam.
  • PWD – Candidates must have scored 52.25% aggregate marks with 60% marks and above in vocational stream.
BA (Hons) Political Science:
  • General – Candidates must have scored 50% in aggregate marks in any one of the qualifying examinations at least with one language plus three academic subjects.
  • OBC – Candidates must secure 49.5% aggregate in the qualifying exam.
  • SC / ST – Aspirants must have scored minimum passing marks in the qualifying exam
  • PWD – Candidates must have secured 47.5% in aggregate marks at least with one language plus three academic subjects.
BA and B.Com:
  • General – Candidates must have scored 40% marks aggregate in any one of the qualifying examinations. In the case of CBSE and NIOS, the best 5 subjects and other board’s maximum marks obtained.
  • OBC – Candidates must have secured 36% aggregate in the qualifying exam.
  • SC / ST – Candidates must have obtained the minimum passing marks in the qualifying exam.
  • PWD – Aspirants have secured 38% aggregate marks in the qualifying examination.
For PG Courses
  • M.A. (Hindi) – The aspirants must have completed B.A. (Hons.) Hindi from the University of Delhi. The minimum marks required for General category is 65%, 58.5% in case of OBC & admission of SC/ST/PWD/CW category candidates will be done as per the University rules.
  • M.A. (History) – Candidates must have passed the B.A. (Hons.) Examination in History from the University of Delhi with 60% Marks.
  • M.A. (Pol. Sc.) – Candidates must have completed B.A. (Hons.) in Political Science from the University of Delhi with 60% Marks or above.
  • M.A. (Sanskrit) – Aspirants must have B.A. (Hons.) Sanskrit from the University of Delhi with 60% marks for the General Category and 54% for OBC. Admissions of SC/ST/PWD category candidates will be done according to the University rules.
  • M.Com. – Candidates must have passed B.Com or equivalent degree with 65% marks in aggregate for the General Category, 58.5% for OBC, 60% for CW, and PWD Category.
  • Age Limit – According to the law of DU, there is no age limit for the candidates to apply for DU SOL.

Who Can Apply for DU SOL Admission?

All the aspirants who fulfill the given criteria can apply for DU SOL Admission.

Category A - Candidates who belong to and residing in India can apply for DU SOL admission.

Category B - Candidates who are Indian nationals and are working in Indian missions abroad can apply for DU SOL admission.

Category C - Indian candidates who are settled abroad can also apply for admission in DU SOL. Such candidates have to appear for the exam in Delhi only. Foreign candidates residing in India can also apply for admission in DU SOL.

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