Admissions 2014

Admissions in School of Open Learning to begin from May 27

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Delhi University’s School of Open Learning will start its admission procedure from May 27 which will continue till August 14. According to the newly implied changes, the admission process this year will be both online and offline. The applicants who miss the last day of form submission can apply till September 1 by paying Rs. 200 as late fee.

As told to Indian Express, C.S Dubey, the Chairperson of SOL said, “In order to encourage students to apply online, students will not have to pay any application fee.” Talking about decentralizing the application process, Dubey added, “We are trying to decentralize the application process. It will be easier for people who come all the way and stand in queues for hours.”

The online application will be available for English, Political Science and B. Com in honors courses. While both online and offline application option is available for BA and B. Com program courses. Payment of the application can also be made through branches of State Bank of India.

The study material which the students get at the time of admission will likely be distributed via pen drives this year, although hard copies will be available for economically weaker students. The study material for SOL is also expected to be made available online. There are also the chances of increment in fee by Rs. 350 in SOL.

“We have procured one hundred computers and laptops and we have set up interactive boards in 10 rooms in SOL. All lectures are going to be video-recorded and put on the website,” Dubey said in a statement given to Indian Express.

For further details, visit the SOL website here.

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