It is a well-acknowledged reality that Delhi universities are not only the pinnacle universities of India but also a prominent and esteemed educational institution across the world. The most important characteristic of Delhi University is the School of Open Learning (SOL) which put up people from all surroundings. Full-time education is not for all and sundry, but higher education devotees who want to follow degree courses can consider Delhi University Distance Learning courses. DU Correspondence courses are admirable for students who cannot follow full-time learning.
Many colleges and universities offer correspondence courses, which give students the probability to be trained new skills or earn credits without actually attending the school. In correspondence courses, students can study at their swiftness without attending the classes regularly.
DU School of Open Learning also presents some short-range courses that can assist them in increasing skills for better service chances. Along with full-time degree courses, SOL has some capable specialized and scientific courses for students.
Delhi University Correspondence Courses
Delhi University offers Undergraduate and Post Graduate courses in distance mode. However, these courses are accessible only in
- Arts and Commerce streams.
- Undergraduate Courses
- B.A. (Honours) English
- B.A. (Honours) Political Science
- B.A. Programme
- B.Com. (Honours)
- Post Graduate Courses
- M.A. History
- M.A. Hindi
- M.A. Sanskrit
- M.A. in Political Science
Undergraduate correspondence Courses Eligibility:
- B.A. (Honours) English
- Minimum 65% average marks in 12th or other corresponding qualifying examination
- Minimum 75% marks in English or 65% in any other English subject.
B.A. (Honours) Political Science
The aspirant must have 50% total marks in 12th
B.Com. and B.A. Programme
Minimum 40% total marks in 12th
At least 55% marks in 12th
60% marks in 12th in the technical stream with commerce as a subject
Postgraduate correspondence Courses Eligibility
The aspirant should have scored at least 60% marks in B.A. (Honours) History from DU
The general aspirant should have passed B.A. (Honours) Hindi from DU with 65% marks
OBC aspirant should have passed B.A. (Honours) Hindi from DU with 58.5% marks
The general aspirant should have scored 60% marks in B.A. (Honours) Sanskrit course from DU to secure admission
OBC aspirant should have scored 54% in B.A. (Honours) Sanskrit from DU
The general aspirant should have pursued B.Com with 65-70% marks
OBC aspirant must have passed B.Com with 60-65% marks
M.A. in Political Science
The aspirant should have passed B.A. (Honours) Political Science from DU with at least 60% marks
SC, ST, CW, and PWD aspirant will be admitted as per Delhi Universities School of Open Learning rules in all the courses.