The admission to the undergraduate courses under Delhi University's School of Open Learning (SOL) is deferred as the university is sitting tight for the UGC's thumbs up for propelling the procedure.
While DU has officially finished the enlistments for the 54,000 regular UG situates in its college, the admissions to SOL, which enlists more than 1.4 lakh aspirants, confronted the postponement for the second continuous year.
The confirmation process for SOL starts a few days after the opening of enlistment for the regular UG courses and keeps running till late September. On the other hand, the timetable has been changed twice this year. At first, the application procedure was to start on June 1, yet the date was pushed to June 15, yet there has been no choice yet on the due date.
"UGC had in May asked all the open learning school university to present an oath to the board. We had presented the points of interest much sooner than the due date passed," said C S Dubey, chief, SOL.
The official, in the mean time, educated that the application process for its B.Com Program and three of its distinctions courses—English, Political Science and B.Com—will be totally on the online. For its BA Program, in any case, applications will be acknowledged both in online and offline mode. The confirmation process at SOL was postponed a year ago as there were hypotheses that three-year programmer will be changed over into four-year degree courses.
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