DU SOL Admission form 2019: How to apply for UG courses

Only one week is left to apply for DU SOL without paying the late fee

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The admission process for the Delhi University School of Open Learning (DUSOL) is almost over, with the DU SOL admission form for 2019 available on the website. There is only one more week to go before admissions close for undergraduate courses, with the final date for submission of an application being July 31, 2019. After this date, candidates will have to pay a Rs. 200 delay fee and will have up to August 31 to make an application.

Here is what you need to know to get admission into DUSOL for the 2019 batch.

  1. DUSOL has the following degrees for undergraduates: B.A. Program, B.Com, B.Com (Hons), B.A. (Hons) English and B.A. (Hons) Politics. Of these, B.A. (hons) English and B.A. (hons) Politics applicants will need to pick a main paper and concurrent curriculum paper as part of their application. For B.Com, B.Com (Hons) and B.A. programms, all topics are mandatory.

  2. To get started, you will have to fill the application form on the DU website. You can get the form here.

  3. You will need to upload a recent photograph of yourself and your signature. IFor CBSE 2019 pass-outs applying for compulsory language courses from B.Com and B.A. programs as well as B. Com (Hons) English and B.A. (Hons) Pol Sci. courses will need to attach a self-attested copy of the Class X and Class XII marksheets.

  4. Those who are applying from non-CBSE boards, CBSE compartment and CBSE from outside Delhi will need he Class X and Class XII marksheets (if current student, provisional certificate will do), a scanned copy of the migration certificate and in case you have compartments/passed, you will need to upload both marksheets.

  5. Students applying under the reserved category will need a self-attested copy of the Reverse Category certificate, a self-attested copy of the original income certificate (in case you are applying for. Fee concession/financial assistance), and a self-attested copy of the below Poverty Line (BPL)/Antyodya Anna Yojana (AAY) card if just applying for financial assistance.

  6. In addition, if you need help with your admission, the university has provided a helpline number. For North region, the number is 27008300 (with 10 lines and office hours from 9:00am to 7:00pm)

Helpline No.(North): 27008300, 27008301 (10 lines - Office Hours: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM) 
Helpline No.(South): 24151600, 24151602

The process for PG admissions closed on June 22 according to the DU website.