DU SOL Eligibility Criteria 2019
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DU SOL Eligibility Criteria 2019 - Those candidates willing to take admission in School of Open Learning must first go through the Eligibility Criteria of DU SOL 2019. The Delhi University has released the DU SOL 2019 Eligibility Criteria for UG courses under postgraduate and undergraduate programmes. DU SOL Eligibility Criteria 2019 is the minimum qualification required for the candidates to apply for the admission procedure. The eligibility criteria differ for each course. For undergraduate courses, the candidates need to have passing marks in 10+2 (higher secondary examination) from any recognized board. For postgraduate, the candidates need to have a bachelor’s degree from any recognized university. The candidate will be given admission only after his/her eligibility is verified under the guidelines of DU SOL 2019 Eligibility Criteria by submitting the essential documents like mark sheets and certificates of class 10, 12 and bachelor degree. To know more about the DU SOL eligibility criteria 2019 the candidates are advised to read the whole article below.
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DU SOL 2019 Eligibility Criteria - What does the eligibility criteria consist of?

The Eligibility Criteria of DU SOL 2019 includes the guidelines or can say protocols set by the University of Delhi and the candidates must meet these guidelines for admission. If the candidates are found not fulfilling the criteria, they can not appear the exam. The DU SOL Eligibility Criteria 2019 consist of the age requirements, marksheets and certificates of the qualifying examination. Check below about the minimum educational qualifications and scores of Delhi University SOL 2019.

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DU SOL Eligibility Criteria 2019 - Criteria for Admission.

The authorities have set some standard rules for admission in DU SOL on which the Eligibility Criteria of DU SOL 2019 is based. According to the ordinance of Delhi University, there is no age bar for admission in various courses offered by the School of Open Learning. But there are some standard minimum passing marks set for the candidates willing to take admission.


DU SOL 2019 Eligibility Criteria for UG courses

The University of Delhi has set minimum qualifications for the undergraduate programmes which are listed below -

●For BA programs the criteria are 40% or above in qualifying exam required for

general candidates, 36% or above required for OBC and 38% or above for PWD

candidates. For SC/ST candidates, a pass in 10+2 is required.

● For B.Com programs, the criteria are 40% or above in aggregate in any one of the

qualifying examinations, 36% or above for OBC, 38% or above in aggregate for PWD

candidates. For SC/ST candidates, minimum passing marks in any of the qualifying

examination.

●For BA(Hons) in Political Science, the criteria are 50% marks in aggregate or above

in qualifying exam with one language+three academic subjects for general

candidates. 45% marks in aggregate or above in qualifying exam with one

language+three academic subjects for OBC candidates. 47.5% marks in

aggregate or above in the qualifying exam with one language(only English)+three

academic subject) for PWD candidates. A minimum pass in 10+2 is required

along with one language (only English)+three academic subjects) for SC/ST

candidates. Note: Vocational stream is not allowed.

● For BA(Hons) in English, the criteria are 65% or above in aggregate with at least

75% marks in English as core subject or 65% marks in English

Elective/Functional English (One language at least (English only) + three

academic subjects) for general candidates. 58.5% marks or above in aggregate

with at least 67.5% marks in English as a core subject in the qualifying exam or

58.5% marks in English Elective/Functional English (One language at least

((English only) + three academic subjects) for OBC candidates. 61.75% marks in

aggregate or above in the qualifying exam with 71.25% in English Core or

61.75%marks in English Elective/Functional English (with at least one

language(only English)+three academic subject) for PWD candidates. A

minimum pass in 10+2 is required along with one language (only English)+three

academic subjects) for SC/ST candidates. Note: Vocational stream is not

allowed.

● For B.COm(Hons) Commerce, the criteria are 55%marks in aggregate or above

in the qualifying exam, 60%marks or above in vocational stream in qualifying

exam for general candidates. 49.5%marks or above in aggregate the qualifying

exam, 54%marks or above in vocational stream in qualifying exam for OBC

candidates. 52.5%marks or above in aggregate in the qualifying exam,

60%marks or above in vocational stream in qualifying exam for PWD candidates.

A minimum passing marks in any of the qualifying examination.


DU SOL Eligibility Criteria 2019 for PG courses

The DU has set some Eligibility Criteria of DU SOL 2019 for the candidates or say minimum qualifications for admission in the postgraduate programme. For admission in the PG courses, there are two categories - one is direct admission and the other is entrance based.

  • For direct admission in M.A (History), the criteria are B.A. (Hons) pass in History from University of Delhi with 60% marks or above. For admission through entrance based, the following criteria are required -

(i) B.A. (Hons) in History from the DU with 50% marks and less than 60%.

(ii) B.A. (Hons) in History other than DU with 55% marks.

(iii) B.A. (Pass) from DU with 55% or above marks and 55% in history subject.

(iv) B.A. (Pass) from other universities than DU with 60% or above marks in aggregate.

(v) B.A. (Hons) in any subject other than history from other universities and DU with 55% or above marks in the aggregate.

(vi) B.Sc (Pass or Hons); B.Com. (Pass or Hons) from other university or DU with 60% or above marks in aggregate.

(vii) Master’s degree in other than history subject from DU or recognized university with 65% marks in M.Com or M.Sc or with 55% marks in M.A. in social sciences or humanities.

  • For direct admission in M.A (Political Science), the criteria is B.A. (Hons) pass in Political Science from University of Delhi with 60% marks or above in honors. For admission through entrance based, the following criteria are required -

(i) B.A. (Hons) in Political Science from DU with 50% marks and above.

(ii) B.A. (Hons) in Political Science other than DU with 55% marks or above.

(iii) B.A. (Programme) from DU with 55% or above marks having political science subject with minimum 50% marks in Political Science.

(iv) B.A. (Pass) from other universities than DU with 60% in aggregate and having political science as one of the subject with minimum 60% marks in political science.

(v) B.A. (Hons) in Humanities and Social Sciences including L.L.B. / Journalism and Mass Communication / Education/ Sociology/ History/ Geography/ Literature/ English/ Modern Indian Languages/ Philosophy/ Psychology/ B.El.Ed. from DU with 55% or above marks in the aggregate.

(vi) B.Sc (Pass or Hons); B.Sc in Applied Sciences; from DU with 70% marks and B.Com. (Pass or Hons) from DU with 75% or above marks in aggregate.

(vii) B.Sc (Pass or Hons); B.Sc in Applied Sciences; from other universities with 75% marks and B.Com. (Pass or Hons) from other universities with 80% marks in aggregate.

(viii) Master’s degree in other than Political Science subject from DU or recognized university with 70% marks in M.Sc or M.Com with 75% and 55% marks in M.A. in social sciences or humanities.

(ix) B.A. (Hons) in Humanities and Social Sciences including L.L.B. / Journalism and Mass Communication / Education/ Sociology/ History/ Geography/ Literature/ English/ Modern Indian Languages/ Philosophy/ Psychology/ B.El.Ed. from other universities with 60% or above marks in the aggregate.

  • For direct admission in M.A (Political Science), the criteria is B.A. (Hons) in Sanskrit from the University of Delhi with 60% marks or above. For admission through entrance based, the following criteria are required -

(i) B.A. (Hons) Sanskrit from a recognized university with 40% marks minimum.

(ii) B.A. (Pass) /B.A Programme or B.A. (Hons) in Hindi subject from DU with at least two papers of Sanskrit of the standard of B.A. with minimum 40% marks.

(iii) Acharya (Sanskrit) examination of all the recognized universities and of Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan with minimum 50% marks.

(iv) Shastri (Sanskrit) examination of recognized university or deemed university with 50% marks.

(v) B.A. (Hons) examination in any subject from DU or pass in any examination from university equivalent to DU with subjects as concurrent or subsidiary subject with 50% marks in honors and 60% marks in Sanskrit, subsidiary or concurrent.

(vi) M.A. pass in Hindi, history, linguistics, philosophy with 50% marks minimum.

(vii) M.A pass in any subject from a recognized university with a diploma in Sanskrit from DU with 50% marks in Sanskrit diploma.

(viii) Bachelor’s degree from any recognized university and having a diploma in Sanskrit from DU with 50% marks and 50% marks in diploma Sanskrit exam.

  • For admission in M.A. (Hindi), the candidates need to have a minimum passing marks in bachelor’s degree.

  • For M.Com.the criteria for admission through an entrance, cum merit based are described as follows-

(i) Pass in B.Com (Hons) from DU or other universities equivalent to DU with minimum 50% marks.

(ii) Pass in B.Com (general) from DU or other universities equivalent to DU with minimum 55% marks.

(iii) Pass in B.A. (Hons) in Economics from DU or any university equivalent to DU with minimum 50% marks.

(iv) B.B.S., B.B.A., B.B.E., AND B.I.F.A. from DU or any university with 60%marks.


DU SOL 2019 Eligibility Criteria - FAQs

Ques: What is Eligibility criteria of DU SOL 2019?

Ans: The Eligibility Criteria of DU SOL 2019 are the guidelines or criteria or standard set for the candidates by the University of Delhi to take admission in the school of open learning.


Ques: What is the Eligibility Criteria for studying bachelor (Hons) in political science?

Ans: The criteria are 50% marks in aggregate or above

in qualifying exam with one language along with three academic subjects for general

candidates. 45% marks or above in qualifying exam with one

Language along with three academic subjects for OBC candidates. 47.5% marks or above in the qualifying exam with one language(only English) along with three

academic subjects for PWD candidates. For SC/ST candidates, a minimum pass in 10+2 is required along with one language, only English along with three academic subjects is required.


Ques: I have scored 65% in 10+2? Am I eligible to get admission in B.A. (Hons) in English?

Ans: The minimum eligibility criteria of DU SOL 2019 for English honors is 65% marks in the qualifying examination (that is in 10+2).

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