Vagisha Kaushik|Dec 6, 2023
With over 75,000 admissions, DU SOL's BA programme clear favourite among students
The School of Open Learning, University of Delhi has extended the last date to change courses or subjects for undergraduate courses till December 31.
New Delhi: The BA programme in Delhi University's School of Open Learning (SOL) has seen the highest number of admissions with over 75,000 students opting for it. The last date for securing admission was December 15. Like DU, SOL also saw many students who scored between 90 per cent to 100 per cent in their Class 12 exams apply for admission.
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The School of Open Learning, University of Delhi has extended the last date to change course or subjects for undergraduate courses till December 31.
Students who scored in the 90 per cent to 100 per cent bracket opted for BA (1,132), B.Com (1,014), B.Com (Honours) (1,027), BA (Honours) Political Science (524) and BA(Honours) English (313). According to official data, 1,27,095 students -- 57,454 women and 69,641 men -- have taken admission in SOL.
As many as 75,606 students took admission to the BA programme, 21,072 to B.Com, 15,450 to Political Science (Honours), 10,204 to B.Com (Honours) and 4,763 to BA (Honours) English.
Meanwhile, DU on December 15 released the second Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) special cut off list 2021-2022 for admission to two courses -- BA programme and BCom courses. The second special cut-off is for candidates who were previously eligible but could not take admission against earlier fifth cut-offs. The online admission shall begin from Friday, December 17, today.
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