The DU SOL admission 2021 process will probably start within two weeks. Therefore, students are advised to check the official website sol.du.ac.in regularly for admission updates.
Further, lakhs of students are waiting for the admission process to begin. Generally, the DU SOL registration process starts simultaneously with other regular colleges. However, this time it got late due to a lack of teaching staff and Covid-19.
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|B.A. program||Minimum 40% in total in any one of the qualifying examinations. However, for CBSE and NIOS best four passed subjects|
|B. Com||At least 40% in total in any one of the qualifying examinations. Though, for CBSE and NIOS best four passed subjects|
|B.A. (Honors) and English||In 12th class, minimum 65% marks in aggregate. Also, 75% marks in English Core or at least 65% in English Elective.|
|B. Com (honors)||In class 12, a minimum of 55% in total in any one of the qualifying examinations. Moreover, at least 60% in vocational subjects.|
|B.A. (Honors) Political Science||Above 50% marks in any one of the qualifying examinations.|
Most importantly, in DU School of Open Learning, there is no cut-off provision. The above-mentioned are the only eligibility criteria.
Step 1: Visit the official website sol.du.ac.in
Step 2: Click on New Registration.
Step 3: Now, the Application form will display on your screen. Then, fill in your details carefully.
Step 4: Hereafter, choose your preferred course.
Step 5: Then, check and upload all the necessary documents.
Step 6: Press ‘submit’.
Now, to complete the registration form, the 10th and 12th mark sheets documents are required. Furthermore, scanned photographs and signatures. However, upload income and category certificate if applicable.
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