For the online admission procedure in Delhi University’s School of Open Learning, a member of the admission committee Dr. Suman Kumar answered the questions related to DU SOL admission 2020.
Question: Can an outstation student apply for admission in DU SOL?
Answer: Outstation students can seek online admission in Delhi University’s School of Open Learning (SOL) but the students are required to choose the study and examination center in Delhi itself.
Question: I wish to seek admission to an honors course in political science from a regular DU college with 89.8% marks. I want to apply to DU’s NCWEB but this course is not available at Miranda House in NCWEB?
Answer: NCWEB DU offers only two courses I.e, B.Com (prog) and B.A. (prog). The board does not offer a B.A. political science course. The course is offered in DU SOL.
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Question: Can a commerce student apply for a BA English Honors degree? Will there be any kind of deduction on doing so?
Answer: Yes, a student can change the stream and apply in any eligible course. If three of the best of four subjects are from list B, then there will not be any deduction from the percentage marks. Students can refer to the University prospectus once for a better understanding of the same.
Question: Which is better; North Campus colleges or South Campus? Can a student change the college after enrolling in one college?
Answer: All the colleges at Delhi University are similar. If a student is getting the desired subject in another college, then they can switch the college by withdrawing from one and enrolling in another.
Question: Is it possible to take migration from DU SOL to regular Delhi University college after the first year. Is migration still possible?
Answer: From this year onwards, Delhi University has permitted both regular and SOL students for migration once the year is completed. How the last date for migration has passed. Students can now opt for a migration facility from next year. This facility enables students to migrate from SOL to regular or from regular or SOL.