The School of Open Learning, Delhi University (DU SOL) has released the DU SOL 2019 exam result for B.A and B.Com courses on its official website.
As per the official memo released by the university, the students who appeared for the DU SOL 2019 examination can now access their results online.
Check DU SOL 2019 Exam Results 2019 Online
To make the result checking easier for the students, the Delhi University’s School of Open Learning had published the results online on its website. For those students, who are not familiar with the online result checking process can follow the simple steps provided below:
- Visit the official DU SOL exam website sol.du.ac.in
- On the homepage, find and click on the link that says ‘Mark-sheet Page’
- In the redirected page enter your Roll Number and Exam Roll Number
- Select the course and year for the exam from the drop-down menu
- Click on Submit. The result will be displayed on the screen
- Download the PDF document and a take printout as well
The results copy will include marks obtained, candidate’s personal details, status of qualifying. Students are advised to check the details mentioned on the scorecard thoroughly and report in case of discrepancy.
Note – The link to check the exam may face technical issues and there might be delays accessing the results. Hence the students are advised to check the official website at regular intervals.
For more information and queries regarding the examination results, the students are advised to visit the official university website. One can also get in touch with the university officials at the following contact details
- North Campus – +91-11-2766-7600/7166/7645/6777/6780
- South Campus – +91-11-2688-2897, 2687-9462
DU to Begin 5 New Courses in January 2020
In other related news, Delhi University will commence five new online undergraduate courses for students after the UGC approves the proposal bill put forward by it. These programs will include BA, B.Com and Honours programmes respectively. The courses will be under the Delhi University School of Open Learning (DU SOL) umbrella.
These new courses will be hosted on a new website that will enable students to study from anywhere through live streaming of lecturers, e-books and innovative study materials. For more information regarding the upcoming online courses, the interested candidates can visit the official DU website.
Apart from this the university is also planning to conduct 30 percent of the examinations online, CS Dubey, Director of SOL said that the university will conduct 30 percent of the examination online in phases, adding that the university is developing dashboard for the same which will be integrated with the one where students get all the information and study materials.