Delhi University’s School of Open Learning or SOL has finally started its online admission process from June 17th, Tuesday. The students now have the opportunity to fill in online forms which will be free of cost instead of filling the offline forms and paying a fee of Rs. 100. However, that option is still available, in case students wish to opt for it.
The offline forms will be made available from June 25th and the last date for admission to the school of open learning is August 21st, while late admissions will be accepted with a late fee of Rs. 200 till September 15th. SOL offers three years Bachelors Programme in Arts for Political Science and English and B.Com. (Honours), B.A. and B.Com Pass courses.
There had been talks about converting the three year programme of SOL to the four year university programme like other colleges of DU have previously done due to which the admission process for this year has seen a delay. But after several protests in campus against FYUP the University has decided to keep the three year plan in the school of open learning and begin with the admission process.
To apply online, click here. The prospectus along with the fee structure, eligibility criteria and so on will be available on the SOL website soon.
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