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FACULTY AND COMMITTEES

 

Dr. (Mrs.) Savita M. Datta

Director, Campus of Open Learning, Chairperson, G.B., School of Open Learning

Prof. H.C. Pokhriyal

Executive Director, School of Open Learning (HarishChandra_Po@soldu.org)

Dr. N.K. Aggarwal

Deputy Director, Tahirpur Study Centre (Proposed) NarendraKumar_Ag@soldu.org

Dr. Dinesh Kumar Gupta

Deputy Director, South Study Centre DineshKumar_Gu@soldu.org

 
 

FACULTY

   

Department of Commerce

E-mail-id

Department of Economics

E-mail-id

S.K. Anand, M.Com., LL.B.

sudershankumar_an@soldu.org

Janmejoy Khuntia, M.A. M.Phil.*

Janmejoy_Kh@soldu.org

S.C. Garg, M.Com., LL.B., ACS., A.I.C.W.A., Ph.D.*

satish_ch@soldu.org

   

A.K. Hasti, M.Com., LL.B.

AK_Ha@soldu.org

Department of English

E-mail-id

N.K. Aggarwal, M.Com., M.Phil., LL.B., Ph.D.

NarendraKumar_Ag@soldu.org

Ms. Usha Anand, M.A., M.Phil.

Usha_An@soldu.org

K.L. Dahiya, M.Com., M.Phil., LL.B., Ph.D.

KrishanLal_Da@soldu.org

Ms. Neeta Gupta, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D.

Neeta_Gu@soldu.org

K.B. Gupta, M.Com.

KunjBehari_Gu@soldu.org

Anil Kumar Aneja, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D.

AnilKumar_An@soldu.org

Ms. Sneh Chawla, M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D.

Sneh_Ch@soldu.org

Ms. Seema Suri, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D.

Seema_Su@soldu.org

Ms. Manju Gupta, M.A., M.Phil.

Manju_Gu@soldu.org

P.K. Satpathy, M.A., M.Phil.*

PrasannaKumar_Sa@sold u.org

Uma Shankar Pandey, M.Sc., Ph.D.

UmaShankar_Pa@soldu.org

Ms. Nalini Prabhakar, M.A., M.Phil. (Temporary)

Nalini_Pr@soldu.org

Department of Hindi

E-mail-id

Department of Mathematics

E-mail-id

Ms. Manjula Mohan, M.A., Ph.D.

Manjula_Mo@soldu.org

Suman K. Verma, M.Sc., Ph.D. [Joint Dean, Student’s Welfare, DU]*

SumanKumar_Ve@soldu.org

Ms. Prem Lata Bhasin, M.A., Ph.D.

Prem_La@soldu.org

   

Ms. Vijay Bala Tiwari, M.A., Ph.D.

VijayBala_Te@soldu.org

Department of Political Science

E-mail-id

Mani Ram Yadav, M.A., LL.B., Ph.D.

Mani_Ra@soldu.org

Devender Kakkar, M.A., Ph.D.*

Devender_Ka@soldu.org

Ms Subh Laxmi Vats, M.A., Ph.D.

ShubhLaxmi_Va@soldu.org

Ms. Adity Ganguly, M.A., M.Phil.

Adity_Ga@soldu.org

Dinesh Kumar Gupta, M.A., M.Phil, Ph.D. *

DineshKumar_Gu@soldu.org

Tapan Biswal, M.A., Ph.D.

TapanPrasad_Bi@soldu.org

Ms. Minakshi Vyas M.A. P.G. Diploma (Ling.), Ph.D.

Minakshi_Vy@soldu.org

   

Sudhir Kumar Sharma, M.A., Ph.D.

 

Department of Sanskrit

E-mail-id

Ms. Bhawani Rani Das, M.A., Ph.D.

BhawaniRani_Da@soldu.org

Ramesh Kumar Sharma, M.A., Ph.D.

RameshKumar_Sh@soldu.org

Ms. Seema Jain, M.A., Ph.D.

Seema_Ja@soldu.org

Ms. Rama Jain, M.A., Ph.D.

Rama_Ja@soldu.org

   

Kunj Vihari Joshi, M.A., Ph.D.*

KunjVihari_Jo@soldu.org

Department of History

E-mail-id

   

Ms. Viola Bhasin, M.A.

Viola_Bh@soldu.org

Department of Tamil

E-mail-id

Ms. Nalini Taneja, M.A., M.Phil.*

Nalini_Ta@soldu.org

S. Manickavasagam, M.A., Ph.D.*

S

Ma@soldu.org

Ms. Rajni Nanda Mathew, M.A., M.Phil, Ph.D.

RajniNanda_Ma@soldu.org

   

Ms. Madhu Trivedi, M.A., M.Phil, Ph.D.

Madhu_Tr@soldu.org

Department of Urdu

 

Prabhat Kumar, M.A., M.Phil.

Prabhat_Ku@soldu.org

Post Vacant

 

Department of Nutrition and Health Education

E-mail-id

Department of Punjabi

 

Ms. Preeti Goel, M.Sc.*

Preeti_Go@soldu.org

Post Vacant

 

Department of Education

 

Library

E-mail-id

Post Vacant

 

Madan Lal, M.L.I.Sc. (Professional Junior)

Madan_La@soldu.org

*Teacher-in-charge (TIC)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

PREAMBLE

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

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2.1 Key Dates for Admission – Undergraduate Courses

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2.2 Span Period of Study

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2.3 Office Hours

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2.4 Essential documents to be submitted

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2.5 Additional Notes

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2.6 List of Holidays

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COURSES OFFERED

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3.1 Undergraduate Courses

09

3.2 Postgraduate Courses

09

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION

09

4.1

Qualifying Examinations

09

4.2

Who can Apply

10

4.3

Eligibility Certificate – Equivalence

10

4.4

Provisions for Compartmental Candidates

10

4.5

Minimum Percentage of Marks

11

4.6

Special provisions

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4.6.1

Admission Concession to SC/ST Candidates

11

4.6.2

Admission of Blind Students

11

4.6.3

Procedure for Admission of Physically Challenged Students

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4.6.4.

Admission of Nepalese/Bhutanese Students

12

4.6.5.

Dependents of Armed Forces Personnel

12

4.6.6.

Foreign Students

12

4.6.7

Optional Cases

12

SUBJECTS OF STUDY

12

5.1

B.A. (Programme)

12

5.2

B.Com.

16

5.3

B.A. (Hons.) – Programme, English

17

5.4

B.A. (Hons.) – Political Science

17

5.5.

Guidelines for the B.A. Honours Programme

18

5.6

B.Com. (Honours)

19

MIGRATION/DIRECT ADMISSION TO 2nd/3rd YEAR

20

STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES

21

7.1 Method of Instruction

21

7.2 Personal Contact Programme (PCP)

21

7.3 Audio-Visual Centre

21

7.4 Library Facility

21

7.5 Book Bank

22

7.6 Dialogue/ Samvad

22

7.7 Identity Card

22

7.8 Student Counselling Facility

22

7.9 Fee Concession / Financial Aid to Students

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7.10 Financial Assistance to SC/ST Students

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7.11 Syllabus and First Set of Lessons

22

7.12 Obtaining Degree Certificate

22

ENROLMENT – CUM – ADMISSION FORM

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8.1

Course Medium

23

8.2

Subjects Chosen – I Year

23

8.2.1.

B.A. Programme

23

8.2.2

B.Com.

24

8.2.3

B.Com. (Hons.)

24

8.2.4

B.A. (Hons.) Programme, English/Political Science

24

8.3

Date of Birth

24

8.4

Name, Father’s Name, Mother’s Name

24

8.4.1.

Address/Pin Code

24

8.5

Marks Obtained

24

8.6

Board

24

FEE STRUCTURE

25

9.1

Mode of Payment of Fees

25

9.2

Withdrawal of Admission and Refund of Fee

25

9.2.1

Library Security (Refundable)

25

9.3

Change of Course and Subject (Only Once)

25

9.4

Schedule of Payment of Fee and other Charges

25

9.4.1

Categories

25

9.4.2

Schedule of Fees / Charges Payable Yearly

25

9.4.3

Registration Fee for Foreign Students

28

9.4.4

Special Fee to be collected from Foreign Students

28

9.4.5

Fees Payable on promotion to Next Higher Class (II/III Year)

28

9.4.6

Failure and Ex-Students

28

EXAMINATION RELATED INFORMATION

28

10.1 Medium of Examination

28

10.2 Compulsory Test in Hindi

28

10.3 Centre for Examination

28

ANNUAL EXAMINATION

29

11.1 Scheme of Examination

28

11.2 Late Submission of Examination form with Penalty

29

11.3 Admission Ticket and Date Sheet

29

11.4 Duplicate Admission Ticket

29

IMPORTANT ORDINANCE ON SEXUAL HARASSMENT

31

DU COMMUNITY RADIO 90.4 MHZ

32

FOUNDATION OF BANKING

32

SOME IMPORTANT POINTS FOR FRESHERS

32

UNIVERSITY OF DELHI NOTIFICATION OF RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT 2005

33

PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER

33

MEMBERS AND CONVENERS OF STAFF COUNCIL COMMITTEE 2010-11

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READY RECKONER

 
 

FILLING UP THE ADMISSION FORM

 
 

MOST IMPORTANT

 

1.

What are the main precautions to be taken in

Write your correct address in the Admission Form complete with the

PIN CODE

of your

area failing which you will not get the printed material, examination information and Exam

filling the

ADDRESS

in the

Admit Card including all other important communication from School of Open Learning. REMEMBER - WRITE CORRECT ADDRESS ALONG WITH PINCODE

Admission form?

2.

What is the last date of admission without late payment?

August 31, 2010 (Tuesday)

 

3.

How much is the amount to be deposited in the form of demand draft for admission without late fee?

Rs. 3,530/- for

B.Com.(Hons.) (for Blind Rs. 3,030/- attach proof) (without late payment by August 31, 2010) B.A. (Programme) (for Blind Rs. 2,630/- attach proof) B.Com. (For Blind Rs. 2,730/- attach proof) B.A.(Hons.) Programme English (for Blind Rs. 2,730/- attach proof) B.A.(Hons.) Political Science (for Blind Rs. 2,830/- attach proof)

Rs. 3,130/- for Rs. 3,230/- for Rs. 3,230/- for Rs. 3,330/- for

4.

From which Bank the Demand Draft should be made and where should it be payable?

For Delhi students the Demand Draft must be issued from any branch of State Bank of

India (SBI) Payable at

“Service Branch, State Bank of India, New Delhi”

. For students

from out side Delhi the Draft can be made from any Nationalized Bank and Pay able at

New Delhi. In both cases the Draft should be made in favour of “The Executive Director, School of Open Learning, University of Delhi, Delhi.”

5.

What are the documents and items to be enclosed with the application form?

1. Demand Draft

2. Two recent passport size photographs of the student seeking admission

 

3. Self attested i) Photocopy of X & XII class certificates ii) Photocopy of Marksheet of X & XII, iii) provisional certificates of XII Class in Original (Applicable for students who have passed XII Class in 2010.)

 

4. Migration Certificate in Original of the respective Board.

 

5. Latest Character certificate in original during the period of 6 months issued by the School. The students who have passed their XII class prior to 2010, they may submit the fresh character certificate issued by a Gazatted Officer.

6. Photocopy of reserve category certificate if applicable (For example SC/ST, Disable etc.

7. Photocopy of Income Certificate if applying for fee concession.

 

6.

Can the study material be collected on the same day after submission of admission form?

The students will collect the study material (if available) on the same day after showing the receipt of admission form at windows of the Room No. given below:

B.A.(Prog)/B.A.(Hons.)Prog.,English/Pol. Science B.Com./B.Com. (Hons.) B.A. (Prog.)/B.Com. (For South Study Centre only)

Window of Room No. 15 Window of Room No. 16 Window of Room No. 08

7.

What is the Eligibility of the various undergraduate courses available at School of Open Learning, University of Delhi?

(Course)

(Eligibility (+2 Level))

B.A. (Programme) and B.Com.

40% or above in aggregate at 10+2 examination

*B.A. (Honours.)

50% in Aggregate with 70% in English Core or 60% in English Elective

Programme/English

 

*B.A. (Honours.)

45% in Aggregate with, in any one of the qualifying examinations with one language plus three academic subjects

Political Science

*B. Com (Hons.)

45% in Aggregate, or 60% aggregate of vocational/technical stream with commerce

8.

Can the student register themselves with the library after getting admission?

The students can register themselves with the library after showing the Fee Receipt in original, alongwith their Identity Card.

   

*Admission for B.A. (Hons.) Programme, English/Political Science and B.Com. (Hons.) will be done at ‘North Campus’ only.

 
 

**Student must write their mobile no. where it is required as S.O.L. has launch S.M.S. Service to all the students of SOL, for providing them relevant information through SMS

 
 

S.O.L. Campuses are Smoke Free Zone

 

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PREAMBLE

The School of Open Learning, formerly known as the School of Correspondence Courses and Continuing Education, established under the University of Delhi in 1962, is a pioneer Institution in the field of Distance Education in India.

The country witnessed the beginning of an alternate mode of education when the School started with a modest admission of 900 students in 1962. The School enrolled more than two lakh students in the Academic Session 2009-2010. On many occasions our students have been toppers in a range of disciplines.

The admission process for various courses in the School is governed by the norms established by the University of Delhi. The examination is also conducted by the University of Delhi. The University of Delhi confers the degree to the students of the School as it does in the case of its other constituent Colleges. There is no differentiation in the course curriculum followed by the School of Open Learning and other constituent Colleges and Departments of the University of Delhi. In an effort to cater to the needs of a growing number of students the School established the South Study Centre at Moti Bagh from the academic session 1990-91. In an effort to reach out to a larger number of students the School is in the process of opening up Study Centres in the Eastern and the Western parts of the National Capital Region of Delhi.

The School offers Undergraduate / Postgraduate Degree courses in the subjects of Arts / Humanities and Commerce. The made of instruction is primarily through well prepared printed course material which is distributed by mail to all the enrolled students.This is also supplemented through Personal Contact Programme conducted for the benefit of students at various study centres run by the School. An experienced faculty is always available at the main campus for academic interaction with students.

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.

This Prospectus contains essential information for all those who have passed Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (Class XII) of the Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi, or an Examination recognized as equivalent thereto and wish to seek admission to various undergraduate courses offered by the School of Open Learning, University of Delhi.

Details about various undergraduate courses offered, minimum eligibility conditions for admission to these courses and the admission procedure are outlined in the subsequent sections hereinafter. Effort has been made to summarize all important information for the candidates seeking admission to the undergraduate courses being offered, however, clarifications for any specific case for which guidelines are not provided herein may be obtained from the School.

An enrolment–cum–admission form is also included in this Prospectus.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

2.1 Key Dates for Admission – Undergraduate Courses

The students can purchase the Prospectus and submit their Application for Admission between 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. on all working days i.e., Monday to Friday, at the following Centers:

School of Open Learning, North Campus, University of Delhi.

South Study Centre of the School of Open Learning at South Moti Bagh, New Delhi.

The above centers observe a Lunch Break from 1.00 p.m. to 1.30 p.m.

Keydatesforalladmissionrelatedactivitiesareindicatedbelow.

ADMISSIONS

 

DATE

Starting of Sale and Receipt of Applications for Admission

Tuesday, 1st June 2010

 

Last date for Receipt of Applications for Admission without late fee

Tuesday, 31st August 2010

 

Receipt of Applications for Admission with late fee of Rs. 100/-

Wednesday,

1st

September

2010

to

Thursday, 30th September 2010.

 

Receipt of Applications for Admission with late fee of Rs. 200/-

Friday, 1st October 2010 to Friday, 29th October 2010.

Note

No admission, under whatsoever circumstances, shall be made beyond 29th October, 2010.

 
 

CHANGE OF COURSE - ONCE ONLY Last Date

 

B.A. (Programme)

To

B.Com.

Friday, 31st December 2010

 

B.Com.

To

B.A. (programme)

Friday, 31st December 2010

 

B.A. (Hons.)/B.Com. (Hons.)

To

B.A.(Programme)/B.Com.

Friday, 31st December 2010

 

B.A.(Programme)/B.Com.

To

B.A.(Hons.)/B.Com.

Friday, 31st December 2010

 
 

CHANGE OF SUBJECT - ONCE ONLY

   

B.A. (Programme)

Discipline/Language

Thursday, 31st December 2010

 

B.A.(Hons.) Programme

Concurrent

Thursday, 31st December 2010

 

B.A. (Programme) II Year

One discipline subject (at the time of admission to the II year)

Thursday, 31st December 2010

 
 

MIGRATION

 

Inter-University Migration

Thursday, 31st December 2010

 

Regular College to School of Open Learning

Thursday, 31st December 2010

 
 

School of Open Learning to a Regular College

Friday, 16th December 2010

 
 

Note: Migration in First Year from School of Open Learning to regular Colleges and Vice-versa is not permissible

 
 

IDENTITY CARDS

 

Last Date for issuing Identity Cards by SOL

Thursday, 31st December 2010

 

No admission under whatsoever circumstances shall be made beyond October 29, 2010

If the fee receipt is lost by the student, a duplicate can be obtained from the School on payment of Rs. 20.

IMPORTANT

FOR ANY DISPUTE PERTAINING TO ADMISSION EXAMINATION ETC. INVOLVING THE SCHOOL OF OPEN LEARNING, THE JURISDICTION FOR LEGAL PURPOSES WILL BE DELHI.

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2.2 Span Period of Study

The Undergraduate Courses offered by the School have a specified minimum and maximum allowed span

period for completing the same. These stipulations are

the

to be strictly observed during the course of study at

School. Specified span periods for various courses are as shown in the table in next column.

Course

Span of Study Years

Minimum

Maximum

B.A. (Programme)

3

6

B.Com

3

6

B.A. (Hons) Programme English

3

5

B.A. (Hons) Pol. Science

3

5

B.Com (Hons)

3

5

2.3 Office Hours

The School remains open for interaction and

dealing with students on all working days. Office of the School is open from 9.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Public dealing hours are from 9.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. on all

public

eligible for admission. (Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination / Intermediate Examination or an examination equivalent thereto).

5.

Self attested copy of the detailed Marks Sheet and Certificate of Secondary School/Matric / S.S.L.C. / S.S.C. Examination.

6.

Self attested copy of the Certificate of the date of birth in Christian era.

7.

Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe certificate, in original along with one photocopy attested by the

candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes /

Scheduled Tribes. The SC/ST Certificate must be

from any of the following officers :

i)

District Magistrate / Additional District Magistrate /

Collector / Deputy Commissioner / Additional Deputy Commissioner / Deputy Collector / First Class Stipendiary Magistrate / City Magistrate / Assistant Commissioner.

Chief

Presidency Magistrate / Presidency Magistrate.

Revenue Officers not below the rank of Tehsildar.

Sub-Divisional

candidate or his family normally resides.

the

ii) Chief

Presidency

Magistrate/Additional

Officer

of

the

area

where

iii)

working days. Office of the School remains closed on Saturdays, Sundays and other declared Holidays. iv)

2.4 Essential Documents to be Submitted

 

v)

Administrator

/

Secretary

to

Administrator

/

Please ensure that the following Documents are

Development

Officer

(Laccadive

and

Minicoy

submitted alongwith the Application for Admission. In

Island).

your

Application for Admission will not be accepted under any circumstances.

1. In all cases the required fees should be deposited with the Admission Form through Bank Draft on State Bank of India. A Crossed Pay Order / Bank

Draft payable at Delhi drawn on State Bank of India

the Executive Director, School of

in favour of

Open Learning, Payable at State Bank of India, Service Branch, New Delhi. For students residing outside Delhi the bank draft can be obtained from

case the relevant Documents are not enclosed,

The original Scheduled Caste/Tribe Certificate will be returned after verification and the self attested/ photocopy thereof will be retained with the admission form.

8. Recent passport size unattested photographs to be pasted on the Forms at the space provided.

9. Verification of Original Certificates (other than CBSE)

If any false attestation/falsified records are

detected, the student will be debarred from any nationalized bank. attending any course in the University or its 2. college(s) for next five years and in addition, a

Character Certificate in original from the school

criminal case under relevant section of IPC (viz. 470, 471, 474 etc.) will be instituted against him/her, to subject him/her to the requisite criminal proceeding.

Candidates are required to produce the Original Certificates for verification for which the exact date shall be informed at the counter while submitting the application form. Please complete the Enrolment – Cum – Admission Form provided herewith after

recognized as equivalent thereto. carefully reading all the instructions. Please note

Secondary School Certificate Examination/ Intermediate Examination or an examination

certificate of the board) of having passed the

3. Original/Provisional Certificate (alongwith migration

or

college last attended failing which a recent Character Certificate from a Gazetted Officer may be submitted. The Character Certificate will not be returned.

Senior

4. Self attested copy of the Marks Sheet of the Examination passed which makes the candidate

that the admission is provisional until the confirmation of Enrolment Number is provided by the University of Delhi.

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Additional Notes

I) Students get their results, mark–sheets, provisional certificates, bonafide certificates and “No Dues Certificates” also from the South Study Centre.

Students

admission afresh for II / III Year. A student enrolled with the School is like any other

Regular Student of the University of Delhi and studies the same syllabi and takes the same Examination and awarded the same Degree by the University.

A female student who has been married after passing

Centre of the School. her last examination, and wishes to get her surname

changed in the records, should enclose an application

paper along with other

The following services are provided from the South Study

Only Girl students can opt for Home Science (N.H.E.). Their forms will be accepted only at the School of Open Learning, North Campus, University of Delhi.

already on rolls need not apply for

a) Issue of Prospectus and acceptance of admission forms.

to this effect on plain documentary evidence.

b) Admission, Enrolment and Issue of Identity Cards. A Transfer Certificate from the institution last attended, if any, should be submitted with other documents.
c)

III Year B.A. (Programme) and B.Com. Students who join the School after passing their I / II year examination under Non-Collegiate Women’s

Education Board, Non-Formal Education Cell or as a teacher candidate are required to enroll themselves afresh as their former enrolment numbers do not hold good on joining the School of Open Learning and

Reading Room. should, therefore, fill in the aforesaid application form

e) Facility of borrowing books from the Library and use of

d) Demand & Collection [D&C] of fees for II and III year of B.A. (Programme)/ B.Com.

Distribution of Study Material to the students of I, II and

f) Facility of fee-concession and borrowing of text books

afresh for the purpose.

from the Book-Bank to the low income group students. Candidates are not permitted to pursue studies for two

courses simultaneously either in Delhi and / or some other University. Candidates are also not allowed to pursue the same course in two different Universities.

on working days / Saturdays / Sundays.

g) Commencement of Personal Contact

Program classes

h) Examination forms with fees from the students admitted at South Study Centre for B.A.(Programme) / B.Com. II / III year are received and processed.

There is no restriction on admission in any course for gap year students.

2.6 List of Holidays

List of declared holidays for the year 2010 is provided below for the reference of students

 

H O L I D A Y S

 

Independence Day

August 15, 2010

Sunday

Mahatma Gandhi's Birthday

October 02, 2010

Saturday

Dussehra (Vijaya Dashami)

October 17, 2010

Sunday

Diwali (Deepawali)

November 05, 2010

Friday

Idul Zuha (Bakrid)

November 17, 2010

Wednesday

Guru Nanak's Birthday

November 21, 2010

Sunday

Christmas Day

December 25, 2010

Saturday

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