DU's School of Open Learning 2024 Admission Schedule Released, Apply Now

DU's School of Open Learning 2024 Admission Schedule Released, Apply Now

Last Updated Jun - 03 - 2024, 06:00 PM | Source : NDTV | Visitors : 14

Delhi University School of Open Learning (DU SOL) opens admissions for 2024-25 on June 3. Apply for UG, PG, BLISc, MLISc, and MBA programs. Check eligibility cr
DU's School of Open Learning 2024 Admission Schedule Released, Apply Now

The Delhi University School of Open Learning (SOL) admissions calendar for the 2024–2025 academic year has been made public. Undergraduate, postgraduate, BLISc, MLISc, and MBA programmes are all included in the admissions process. On June 3, the admissions procedure for these courses will start.

DU Undergraduate Admissions 2024-25: Eligibility Criteria 

For BA (H) English, students from any stream who have passed Class 12 are eligible. The required subject combination includes English from List A, any two subjects from List B1, and any one subject from either List B1 or List B2. 

Applicants must have a minimum aggregate of 45% in Class 12,  OBC candidates require a 40.5% aggregate.

For the BA Programm3 with Computer Applications, candidates must have passed Class 12 or its equivalent examination from a recognised board with Mathematics as one of the subjects. Admission is merit-based, and seat availability is limited to 4000 seats.

For the Bachelor of Management Studies, applicants need to have passed any one language from List A and Mathematics/Applied Mathematics. The minimum aggregate required is 45% in Class 12, with SC/ST/PwBD candidates needing to have passed Class 12, and OBC candidates needing a 40.5% aggregate.

For BA (Hons) Economics, students must have passed any one language from List A, Mathematics/Applied Mathematics, and any two subjects, one of which should be from List B1. The minimum aggregate required is 45% in Class 12, while SC/ST

PwBD candidates need to have passed Class 12, and OBC candidates require a 40.5% aggregate.

The detailed lists of subjects (List A, List B1, and List B2) are provided by the university and are essential for determining eligibility and subject combinations. 

The eligibility for other courses and fee structure can be checked on the university's official website. 

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