Delhi University School of Open Learning: DUSOL
Delhi University (DU) was the first in the country to have started this unique mode of education, distance education.
This branch of education became a college in itself called the School of Correspondence Courses and Continuing Education now called the ‘Delhi University School of Open Learning’ (DUSOL).
In its first year of establishment itself DUSOL admitted 900 students in various courses it offers in distance learning. The norms being followed by the School of Open Learning (SOL) are governed by DU and therefore, the degrees awarded to the students are from DU itself. SOL has a Personal Contact Program too wherein students are given lectures and their doubts are cleared at the study centres. Those study centres are located in South, East and West part of New Delhi.
There are huge libraries too at the institution in South and North campuses for students to refer to books. No difference has been seen in the course curriculum of the students studying in SOL and other colleges of DU. Today DUSOL is one of the best institutions of distance learning and students yearn to get admission here.
Contact Information of Delhi University School of Open Learning
For all academic inquiries
DU North Campus
School of Open Learning, 5, Cavalry Lane, University of Delhi, Delhi- 110007
Phone No 011-27667600/7166/7645/6777/6780
DU South Campus
School of Open Learning, South Moti Bagh (Old Motilal Nehru College Building), New Delhi- 110021
Phone No 011-26882897, 26879462
Courses offered at DU School of Open Learning
- B.A (Pass)
- B.A (English Honours)
- B.A (Political Science Honours)
- B.Com (Pass)
- B.Com (Honours)
- M.A (Hindi)
- M.A (History)
- M.A (Political Science)
- M.A (Sanskrit)
- M.Com (Commerce)
Professional short term courses at DUSOL
- Software Application Development
- Desktop Deployment and Trouble Shooting
- General Services Skills
- Retail Management
- Automobile Service and Management
A change in the subjects or course chosen is also possible depending upon the DU norms. For more details log on to the official website mentioned in the ‘Contact Information’ section.
Admission at DUSOL
Admissions in all the undergraduate programs start in June every year and admissions in post graduate programs start in August every year. A late fee of Rs 100 and Rs 200 are charged if the admission forms are taken in the month of August and September respectively.
Faculties at DU School of Open Learning
- Executive Director
- Department of Commerce
- Department of Economics
- Department of English
- Department of Hindi
- Department of History
- Department of Mathematics
- Department of Political Science
- Department of Sanskrit
- Department of Education
- Department of Nutrition and Health Education
- Department of Punjabi
- Department of Tamil
- Department of Urdu