The process for admission to the regular undergraduate (UG) courses in the colleges of the University of Delhi (DU) is underway. The university released the first on October 1 that required minimum admissions scores of 100% for many courses. Even in the second cut-off list, the best courses remain beyond the reach of students who scored below 90%. If you don’t hit the high thresholds, you can still fulfill the dreams of studying at DU by opting for staggered courses.
The School of Open Learning (SOL) at the University of Delhi offers admission to students in several certificate courses. Those who have passed their Class 12 exams can opt for these. Students must meet the basic eligibility criteria required for each SOL course.
In July this year, AU officials laid the groundwork for SOL’s new (western) regional center in Keshavpuram, in the national capital. With the operation of the new center, SOL now offers more than 20 unique certificate courses for students who have passed their 12th grade. Offline and online courses, focusing on various career-oriented areas, will increase the chances of graduation. employability.
Courses offered by DU SOL
Data Science and Machine Learning
Office and E-accounting
Digital Marketing and Social Media Advertising
Ethical hacking and cybersecurity
Financial Markets Skills Program
Shorthand and Computer Skills
General skills and personality development
Event management, marketing and public relations
Realization and realization
Mass communication and digital media productions
Fine and digital arts
Actor for films, television and theater
3D animation and video editing
2D animation and motion graphics
Graphic design, DTP and video editing
Fashion modeling and beauty pageants
Radio jockey, anchor and television journalism
The Open Learning Campus (COL), under DU SOL, offers these courses at the Keshavpuram Center, which is the Vocational and Technical Training Center (CPTT). Details on course duration, admission process and fees are available at col.du.ac.in.
Admission to these certifying courses is open year round. Generally, admissions are on a first come, first served basis. In addition to class 12 students, regular students at DU colleges and other universities can also apply for admission to these courses.