SOL is conducting a seminar on the topic topic ‘New Directions in Indian Polity: The Way Forward’ on March 11, 2016.
School of Open Learning, University of Delhi in collaboration with Developing Countries Research Centre is conducting a seminar on March 11, 2016.
The seminar is being conducted on the topic ‘New Directions in Indian Polity: The Way Forward’.
The School of Open Learning (SOL), formerly known as the School of Correspondence Courses and Continuing Education, was formed under the University of Delhi in 1962. SOL is the oldest open and distance centres in India.
SOL was started with the modest admission of 900 students which has now reached to 150,000 students approximately every year. However, all the 77 regular colleges under DU offer around 54000 seats annually.
SOL offers Bachelor of Arts (Honors) in English, Bachelor of Arts (Honors) in Political Science, Bachelor of Arts (General), Bachelor of Commerce (General) and Bachelor of Commerce (Honors) course. The school also offers Master of Arts in Hindi, Master of Arts in History, Master of Arts in Political Science, Master of Arts in Sanskrit and Master of Commerce courses.
The School offers learning through the distance education mode which is a viable alternative for students who need a flexible medium of instruction to attain higher education and vocational skills.
Source: Nitish Kumar, HTCampus Specialist
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