SOL DU: How Can I Take Admission after the Last Date for B.A. / B.Com

School of Open Learning DU organized the admission process every year and release the admission date on the official site and you can also get the information via visiting the SoL building itself. As our today’s main concern is that can anyone take admission in SOL after the last date or how can you apply register for sol du admission after the last date?

Well before answering the query I am sharing the SoL DU Admission Date Sheet so that you can take admission on time.

SOL DU Admission Date Sheet 2018

  • SOL DU 2018 Online Application & Sale & Receipt of DU SOL Application Form 2018 begins: August 2018
  • Sale of SOL Application Form 2017 (Online & Offline)- Without Late Fees: 31st August 2018
  • Receipt of SOL Application Form 2018 (Online & Offline)- With Late Fees : 30thSeptember (expected)

Must Read: How to Take Admission with Late Fee in SOL DU

how to take admission after last date sol

As we can see the last date of admission is 31st August 2018 if you become late for the admission don’t worry you can still take admission till 30th September for late fee charge of Rs. 200.

If you ask us can you apply after the last date of admission then the simple answer is No because SOL already giving you extra time and taking late fee charges for the same. So, if you want to take admission after the date then you have to apply or register before the 30th September after that no admission will be accepted hence you have to wait for the next year.

I am sure you got the answer of your query incase you have any other query in mind just drop it in below comment section or just call the helpline number of SOL DU. The registration process is online so you don’t need to visit the SOL building again and again please scan your documents and check eligibility criteria for the admission via clicking on the following links:

Check List of Documents for SOL Admission Here 

Eligibility Criteria For The Admission In School Of Open Learning (SOL) University Of Delhi

As the courses are listed above now you may have query who can join UG or PG courses and what are the eligibility criteria for the admission and what is the number of percentage required for SOL DU admission the answer of query is listed in this table accordingly.

Percentage (%) of marks required for UG Courses are as follows:

Course General SC/ST OBC PWD
B.A. (Program) 40% or above in aggregate in any qualifying examination Minimum passing marks in any qualifying examination 36% or above in the aggregate in in any qualifying examination 38% or above in the aggregate in any qualifying examination with 40% and above disabilities
B.A. (Hons.) English 60% marks and above in any qualifying examination with at least 70% marks in English core or 60% marks in English elective/ functional English , provided a candidate has appeared in a paper in the subject of English carrying a credit of 100 marks along with one language + three academic subjects (vocational stream is not allowed) Minimum passing marks in any qualifying examination along with one language + three academic subjects (vocational stream is not allowed) 54% marks and above in any qualifying examination. Examination with at least 63% marks in English core or 54% marks in English elective/ functional English , provided a candidate has appeared in a paper in the subject of English carrying a credit of 100 marks along with one language + three academic subjects (vocational stream is not allowed) 57% marks and above in any qualifying examination with at least 66.5% marks in English core or 57% marks in English elective/ functional English , provided a candidate has appeared in a paper in the subject of English carrying a credit of 100 marks along with one language + three academic subjects (vocational stream is not allowed) with 40% and above disabilities
B.A. (Pol. Science) 50% or above in aggregate in any qualifying examination with one language + three academic subjects (vocational stream is not allowed) Minimum passing marks in any qualifying examination along with one language + three academic subjects (vocational stream is not allowed) 45% marks and above in the aggregate in any qualifying examination at least with one language + three academic subjects (vocational stream is not allowed) 47.5 marks and above in the aggregate in any qualifying examination at least with one language + three academic subjects (vocational stream is not allowed) with 40% and above disabilities
B.Com. 40% or above in aggregate in any qualifying examination Minimum passing marks in any qualifying examination 36% or above in the aggregate in sr. In any qualifying examination 38% or above in the aggregate in any qualifying examination with 40% and above disabilities
B.Com. (Hons.) 55% or above in aggregate in any qualifying examination or 60% aggregate of vocational/ technical stream with commerce Minimum passing marks in any qualifying examination 49.5% or above in the aggregate in any qualifying examination or 54% marks and above in vocational/technical stream in qualifying examinations with commerce stream 52.25% or above in the aggregate in any qualifying examination with 40% and above disabilities

 

 

 

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