School of Open Learning (SOL), University of Delhi is expected to start the admission process in September this year for 1st year undergraduate and postgraduate courses for session 2021-22. SOL offers admissions into UG & PG courses through open learning (distance) mode and usually starts the online registration process in August. But this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, likely to be delayed. As Delhi University has started its application process for UG Admission registration and the last date for registration is August 31, 2021, it is being assumed that the School of Open Learning (SOL) shall start admission services for UG admissions (New) in mid-September or early October.
SOL (DU) offers admission to Undergraduate courses including B.A (Prog), B.A (Hons), B.Com & B.Com (Hons). To be eligible, the candidates should have a Senior Secondary School Certificate/ Class 12th certificate from a recognized board. However, for courses including B.Com (Hons) and B.A (Hons) English courses, minimum criteria of 55% and 65% aggregate marks in qualifying standard are required.
The process of application will be online. All aspirants should register and submit the application form in online mode at sol.du.ac.in.
SOL is in the process to start a new academic session 2021-22 for students seeking admissions in UG/ PG Part I (First Year). It is hinted that the department would commence an online facility for the UG admission application forms soon. Based on the past trends, SOL commences the admission process when regular colleges release 1 or 2 cutoffs.
DU SOL admission schedule is expected to be released soon on the official site sol.du.ac.in. Aspiring students are asked to keep visiting the website for admission-related information. It should be noted that last year due to COVID-19 the admission process was also delayed and started on October 19, 2020. The last date for registration was scheduled as November 30, which was later extended up to December 31, 2020.
October 18: The department is expected to release the SOL UG admission notice soon. The application form is expected to commence by October-end. The prospectus will be displayed by the School of Open Learning at sol.du.ac.in.
September 24: The admission process has been delayed. An admission schedule is expected to be released by month-end. The aspirants are asked to keep a check at the website for the latest updates.
August 16, 2021: DU UG Admission 2021 registration process is underway at admission.uod.ac.in. More details
School of Open Learning (SOL) is yet to start the admission process for 1st year new admissions 2021-22. The department shall likely commence admissions in the second half of September 2021. However official notice is still awaited from SOL. The aspiring candidates are asked to keep a check at the website sol.du.ac.in for admission-related updates.
For SOL UG admissions 2021-22 the candidates are hereby facilitated with the last year's admission prospectus. The same can be accessed here- SOL prospectus.
SOL Courses List: This year admission shall take place in five undergraduate and five postgraduate courses.
B.A. (H) English
B.A. (H) Political Science
M.A. Political Science
M.A. Sanskrit and
SOL Admission 2021: Required Eligibility
B.A. (Hons.) English: 65% marks and above in the aggregate in Class 12th with at least 75% marks in English Core or 65% marks in English Elective.
B.Com.(Hons.): 55% marks and above in aggregate in Class 12th, in any one of the qualifying examinations. 60% marks and above in vocational.
B.A. (Hons.) Political Science: 50% marks and above in aggregate, in any one of the qualifying examinations.\
B.A. Programme/B.Com Semester: 40% or above in aggregate, in any one of the qualifying examinations (in the case of CBSE and NIOS best five passed subject.
SOL Admission Fee: UG Courses
B.Com (H)- Rs 4,040
B.Com- Rs 4,040
B.A. (H), English- Rs 4,040
B.A. (H) Pol. Science Rs. 4,040 and
B.A. Prog Rs 4,040
Last year, SOL opened the online application window for admissions 2020-21 on 19 October, the last date for registration was set as November 31, which was later extended to December 31. The process of application was delayed in view of the then COVID-19 situatin and late declaration of the CBSE & other state Class 12th results. It is also considered that the SOL admissions start after Delhi University release two of its Cutoffs, for regular colleges.