SOL DU (School of Open Learning, Delhi University) has started 10 new Undergraduate programs through distance medium to its pool of courses. Now the students struggling to study in SOL DU will have new hope for getting admission into these new undergraduate programs that have been finally approved by the University Administration. Earlier this Year, Delhi University announced that it is planning to end the cut-off system for admission from 2017 and likely to start an entrance examination for admission into their undergraduate program.
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According to an official source from Delhi University, SOL DU is planning to start 10 new undergraduate courses, including vocational courses, from the next academic session 2017-20. According to the report, the SOL's governing body (GB) of Delhi University has given a nod to start new undergraduate courses such as BA (honours) history, BSc (honours) mathematics and Bachelor of Vocation in human resource management etc from the new commencing year.
An officer from SOL's governing body has explained the reason to start new courses, "When we studied the number of applications received for these courses, we found that many students had applied but only a limited number got admission. There is a lot of demand for these courses among students so we are providing a chance for students to study these courses through distance medium".
SOL DU List of Courses - Freshly Added Courses
The following undergraduate programs have to be started by the SOL DU (School of Open Learning, Delhi University).
- BSc (honours) Mathematics
- BA (honours) History
- BA (honours) Economics
- BA (honours) Hindi
- BA (honours) Psychology
- BA (honours) Sanskrit
- BA (honours) Hindi Journalism
- BVoc in human Resource Management
- BVoc in office Management and Secretarial Practices
- BVoc in Marketing Management and Retail Business
Approval of New SOL DU Courses in Final Stages:
The courses mentioned above will now have to be approved by the Delhi University administration and thereafter the courses will need another approval from the DEB (distance education board) will be required before commencing the admission process.
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