University of Delhi’s School of Open Learning (SOL) has released the admit cards for final year students on its official website sol.du.ac.in. The admit cards for SOL third-year students are released for the forthcoming open book examinations. The open book exams for SOL final year students are scheduled from 1st July to 18th July for UG courses whereas exams for PG courses will take place from 1st July to 27th July.
The School of Open Learning students are required to visit the School of Open Learning’s official website to be able to download the admit card. The Delhi University’s School Open Learning of comprises of details such as students’ registered name, enrollment number, examination timing, etc.
Table of Contents
- 0.1 DU EXAMS: HRD MINISTER HAS ASKED UGC TO REVISIT ITS GUIDELINES
- 0.2 Steps For Downloading SOL Admit Card
- 0.3 Other Details Pertained To SOL Admit Card
- 1 LATEST UPDATE: FINAL YEAR EXAMS WILL NOT BE CANCELLED: HRD MINISTER (27 June 2020)
Steps For Downloading SOL Admit Card
Step 1: Visit Delhi University’s School of Open Learning official website sol.du.ac.in
Step 2: Click on the option which says download DU SOL admit cards for final year Under Graduate/ Post Graduate courses
Step 3: Enter essential information such as DU School of Open Learning roll number and date of birth
Step 4: Submit the details and click on show option
Step 5: Download the DU SOL admit card by clicking on the download option displayed on the screen
Other Details Pertained To SOL Admit Card
Only those students will be able to download the SOL admit card who submitted the examination form released online with valid details. It is essential for the students to keep their admit card handy at the time of the open-book exam. The final year students are instructed to visit the University’s website for the latest updates pertaining to open book exams.
If a student faces any problem while downloading the admit card, he/she is advised to send a request to the EDP department. The EDP cell will further deal with the difficulty and sought the problem being faced by the students.