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University of Delhi School of Open Learning (SOL)

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University of Delhi School of Open Learning (SOL), Delhi

This institution is also popular as Delhi University Correspondence Courses, Delhi University Campus of Open Learning

Formerly University of Delhi School of Correspondence Courses and Continuing Education

North Campus: 5 Cavalry Lane, University of Delhi Campus
South Campus: South Study Center, South Moti Bagh, Old Moti Lal Nehru College Building


Pin Code: 110007

Telephone: North Campus: +91-11-2766 7600, 2766 7166, 2766 7645, 2766 6777, 2766 6780; South Campus: +91-11-2688 2897, 2687 9462

Fax: North Campus: +91-11-2766 7242; South Campus: +91-11-2410 4027, 2410 4037

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About University of Delhi School of Open Learning

Establishment: 1962

Other Information about the Institution

About 150,000 students got enrolled in various courses offered by the School during 2004-05

Other Information

A student enroled with the School, like any other Regular Student of the University of Delhi, studies the same syllabi and curricula, takes the same Examination and is awarded the same Degree by the University.

Medium of Instruction

English and Hindi are the media of instruction for History, Political Science, Economics, Sanskrit, Education, Nutrition and Health Education and Commerce. The medium of instruction for Mathematics is English. For teaching English, Hindi, Urdu, Tamil and Punjabi, the medium will be the language concerned.

The applicant should clearly mention the choice of medium of instruction at the appropriate place in his/her Application Form for Admission.

Method of Instruction

The syllabus for each paper is divided into suitable number of lessons. Lessons are prepared by experienced teachers and cover the entire course prescribed by the University of Delhi. They are sent to the students at regular intervals (provided fee is paid on due dates as mentioned in the Prospectus). After a student has studied the lessons and the recommended readings, he/she is expected to prepare answers to the attached Response Sheets and send them to the School for correction and suggestions. Corrected Response Sheets are returned to the students with the teacher's comments and suggestions. Through this process a student receives instruction in organising his ideas clearly and correctly. Students find correspondence study economical and convenient because they can learn while they earn. Instruction through lessons is supplemented by Personal Contact Programmes arranged during the course of the year at different centres, and through talks broadcast by the All-India Radio, Delhi.

Personal Contact Programme

Personal Contact Programme includes regular classroom lectures and discussions at various places for a specified period ranging from 25 to 30 days in a year. (Admission seekers are required to fill up the Enclosed Post Card for attending the P.C.P. classes.)

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