DU SOL Admission 2022 begins today, no CUET score required; Who can apply?
Anu Parthiban|Oct 5, 2022
NEW DELHI: The School of Open Learning, University of Delhi has introduced six new job oriented courses including MBA, BBA in financial investment analysis, Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), BA (Honors) economics, Bachelor of Library and Information Sciences (BLISc), and MLISc.
DU SOL admission form 2022 will be released this week on the official website -- sol.du.ac.in. Candidates who wish to take admission in DU SOL can register themselves by visiting the official website. There are almost unlimited seats available in most of the courses except MBA. MBA which has only 20000 seats in total.
There will be no entrance test for any courses offered by the DU SOL and admission will be offered on the basis of merit. However, there are some basic eligibility criteria for each programme.
BBA FIA - Candidates must have 60% marks in Class 12 with mathematics as a subject.
BMS - Applicants are required to score 60% marks with mathematics as a subject along with one language.
BA (Honors) Economics - Candidates must have 60% marks in Class 12 with mathematics as a subject.
MBA - Graduation with 50% marks from any recognized university in any discipline.
BLISc - Graduation from any recognized university.
MLISc - Candidates having 50% marks in BLISc
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Delhi University’s School of Open Learning (SOL) completed 60 years of its establishment last week. Over 1,50,000 students enrol in DU SOL programmes every year.
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