The school of open learning admission for Undergraduate Courses generally begins at the month of June every year. The advertisement with regards to Prospectus, last date for submitting application and other eligibility criteria for the school of open learning admission is given in the National Newspapers. The students can apply for courses like B.A., B.Com, English, Political Sciences and other Honours (Hons.) courses. The Prospectus for the school of open learning admission will be issued by the School of Open Learning (SOL) in its North Delhi Campus, which is the Main Centre, and the South Study Centre. The South Study Centre offers only B.A. and B.Com courses. The school of open learning admission forms will be issued from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on all working days in both the centres. The application form has to be duly filled in by the students and submitted along with the necessary documents and certificates as mentioned in the Prospectus.
The complete procedures and instructions to fill the school of open learning admission forms are given in the Prospectus and the students should read them carefully. The main points to be noted while filling the school of open learning admission forms are that the students have to fill the form in their own handwriting and in capital letters only. The fees amount for the school of learning admission has to be paid by Demand Draft. The students should write their Name, Name of the Course applied and the Application Form Number clearly at the back of the Demand Draft. For referential purpose the students are asked to take a photocopy of the school of open learning admission forms and the Demand Draft.
Nowadays the school of open learning admission forms can also be downloaded online from the school’s official website. The downloaded forms have to be filled legibly and sent to the SOL through post along with the necessary documents. The Prospectus required for the school of open learning admission is also available online for the convenience of students.
The school of open learning admission for Postgraduate Courses generally begins during the months of August to September every year. Advertisement with regards to admission to postgraduate courses is given in the leading newspapers in India. The date of issue of the Prospectus for the Postgraduate Courses also will be advertised in the newspapers. The postgraduate courses offered by the SOL are M.A. in Hindi, Political Science, Sanskrit and History, and M.Com. Though the Prospectus can be got from the SOL at the North Campus and the South Study Centre, students who wish to enroll in Postgraduate Courses have to register their names only in the North Campus. The Prospectus gives the complete details of how to fill the school of open learning admission forms. The students who have successfully completed their three-year Bachelor’s degree are eligible to fill the forms and submit it promptly at the North Delhi Campus along with other important documents. The amount to be paid as fees should also be submitted in the form of Demand Draft.