Admissions 2017

School of Open Learning starts its Admissions Process

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After a delay of over weeks, the admission process to distance learning courses of Delhi University has finally kickstarted with School of Open Learning (SOL) opening its registrations for its undergraduate courses.

The School of Open Learning is a trailblazer in the field of distance learning. Last year some 49,000 students had applied online to SOL by 21st July, 2016. The institution has also seen a steady rise in the number of applications each year.

Below is a step by step guide which will help you in the process of the admissions a more smooth one.

Step 1 – Registration.


Fill in your working email and mobile number. Then you will get a password on yor mail and mobile.

Step 2- Login


Enter your user id and password. Click submit. 

Step 3- Course Details

Please enter the course details and click “Save”. Proceed to “Next” button. If you are a CBSE/ICSC/NOS student, fill in your year of passing and exam roll number. Then click on Check button.

Step 4- Personal Details.

Fill in the demographic details. Click “Save” and proceed to “Next” button

Step 5- Subject Details.

Plaese choose the subjects from drop down list. Click “Save” and proceed to “Next” button.

Step 6- Document Details

Upload the required documents. Click “Save” and proceed to “Next” button.

Step 7- Enrollment and verification .

Please verify all the details before proceeding for payment.  Read the declaration form and tick the “Check Box”. After verification click “Verify”.

Step 8- Select payment method.

Step 9- After the payment you’ll get your Roll no. and Fee receipt number.

Step 10- Click on “Print fee receipt” to view and download.

Step 11– Click on “Print ID Card” to view and download.

For any problem related to Online Registration / Admission, you can mail to [email protected].in 

Earlier the admissions to the regular courses saw a change in its schedule, while the School of Open Learning has managed to stick to its earlier notice of starting its registrations on June 1st.


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Niharika Dabral

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Niharika Dabral is an average anti-national feminist who is currently pursuing Journalism at Cluster Innovation Center. This quixotically honest and technologically challenged Garhwali strongly advocates that Harry Potter must be included in elementary education. If you want to rant about how unfair life is or want to share something awful or awesome that needs to be reported then feel free to drop her a line at [email protected] 

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