SOL Undergraduate Exams
Published on: May 2, 2011
The School of Open Learning, Delhi University conducts three examinations in the undergraduate level. One at the end of each Academic Year, viz. Part I at the end of the First Year, Part II at the end of the Second Year and Part III at the end of the Third Year for all Undergraduate Courses.
SOL UG ScheduleThe schedule of examination for all under graduate courses are as follows
|Sr. No||Course Details||Examination Centre||Approximate time of Commencement|
|1||All Honours Courses||Delhi||First Week of April|
|2||BA (Pass) Part III
B. Com (Pass) Part II & III
|Delhi||First Week of May|
|3||B A (Pass) Part I & II
B. Com (Pass) Part I
|Delhi||Second Week of May|
Medium of ExaminationUniversity Question Papers may be answered in English or Hindi. The medium will be the same in all the subjects.
Examination FormThe Demand Letter cum Examination Forms are sent to all eligible candidates of Part II & III of all by post. It is the responsibility of the students to ensure that the Examination Forms are received by them and are submitted in office of SOL with in requisites well in time. In case of non-receipt of Examination Forms, the office of the School should be contacted immediately. The local candidates may contact personally and the outsiders telegraphically quoting their School Roll Numbers and scheme of examination, etc.
Provision for Late Submission of Examination Form with PenaltyThe following rules has been prescribed by the university for late submission of examination form.
If a student fails to submit the Demand letter/Examination Form by the last date, the last fee shall be charged Rs. 25/- per day upto 61 days. After 61 days Rs. 50/- per day.(No Demand Letter/Examination Form will be accepted after 90 days of the last date). If the last date is a holiday, the next working day will be treated as last day. No Exam form shall be accepted for any reason what so ever, 15 days before the commencement of the said examination.
However, in order to enable the School to process the cases, all such applications should reach the School 20 days before the commencement of the examination.
Admission Ticket and Date SheetThe Admission Ticket containing Examination Roll Number, Examination Centre and the Date Sheet for the examination will be sent by post on receipt from the University about a week before the commencement of the said examination.
All students are advised to ensure the receipt of the Admission Ticket/Date Sheet etc., before the commencement of the said examination, failing which consequences shall be the responsibility of the student concerned.