DU sol date sheet for 2019 exams is out for all the courses, the official website of School of open learning Delhi University rolled out the datasheet for 2019 exams in the month of March, exams for all the courses will start from April, You can download the pdf datasheet for all the courses below
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for the ease of every student finally, we have uploaded DU SOL Exam Date Sheet for 2019 exams for the following courses BA-BCom both pass and honours Exams as the information provided by the official website of DU SOL https://sol.du.ac.in/ all the students must gear up from April 7th, 2019 till the last exam by the end of June 2019. So from April-June 2019, the DU SOL examinations for the year 2019 will take place for all the courses.
Ways to get DU SOL Date Sheet 2019
- Either you can visit the official DU SOL website by clicking the button below
- The best way is to stay on this page and you will get more tips about exams which will help all the students a lot
DU SOL Date sheet for 2019 examinations BCom Hons
Here’s the date sheet for sol examination 2019 for the course Bcom Hons for all the 1st, 2nd and 3rd year, you can download the pdf as well
DU SOL Date-Sheet for B.A Hons Eng and Pol Sc.
Here’s the date sheet for DU sol examination 2019 for the course BA Hons Eng and Pl sc. for all the 1st, 2nd and 3rd year, you can download the pdf as well
You can download the pdf here
DU SOL Date-Sheet for B.Com
Here’s the date sheet for sol examination 2019 for the course Bcom for all the 1st, 2nd and 3rd year, you can download the pdf as well
You can download the Pdf here
DU SOL Date-Sheet for B.A. Programme
Here’s the date sheet for sol examination 2019 for the course B.A. Programme, for all the 1st, 2nd and 3rd year, you can download the pdf as well
You can download the pdf here
Date sheet for Language courses DU
|Date of Exam||Subject||Part||Paper Code||Description|
|April 7th, 2019||English-A||Part 2 & 3||B119/C119||Advance English|
|April 7th, 2019||English-B||Part 2 & 3||B120/C120||Intermediate English|
|April 7th, 2019||English-C||Part 2 & 3||B121/C121||Basic English|
|April 21st, 2019||Hindi-A||Part 2 & 3||B135/C135||Hindi-A|
|April 21st, 2019||Hindi-B||Part 2 & 3||B136/C136||Hindi-B|
|April 21st, 2019||Hindi-C||Part 2 & 3||B137/C137||Hindi-C|
|April 21st, 2019||Punjabi-A||Part 2 & 3||B168/C168||Advance Punjabi|
|April 21st, 2019||Punjabi-B||Part 2 & 3||B169/C169||Intermediate Punjabi|
|April 21st, 2019||Punjabi-C||Part 2 & 3||B192/C192||Basic Punjabi|
|April 21st, 2019||Tamil-A||Part 2 & 3||B178/C178||Tamil-A|
|April 21st, 2019||Tamil-B||Part 2 & 3||B179/C179||Tamil-B|
|April 21st, 2019||Urdu-A||Part 2 & 3||B186/C186||Urdu-A|
|April 21st, 2019||Urdu-B||Part 2 & 3||B195/C195||Urdu-B|
|April 21st, 2019||Urdu-C||Part 2 & 3||B187/C187||Urdu-C|
|April 21st, 2019||Economics||Part 2 & 3||B301/C301||Macro Economics|
|April 21st, 2019||History-3||Part 2 & 3||B302/C302||History of India 8th to 18th Centaury|
|April 21st, 2019||History-4||Part 2 & 3||B303/C303||Culture Transformation in Early Modern Europe 1500-1800|
|April 21st, 2019||Philosophy||Part 2 & 3||B305/C305||Ethics Theory & Practice|
|April 21st, 2019||Political Science||Part 2 & 3||B306/C306||Indian Politics in Comparative Perspective|
|May 31st, 2019||English-A||Part 1||A119||Advance English|
|June 2nd, 2019||Hindi-A||Part 1||A135||Hindi-A|
|June 2nd, 2019||Hindi-B||Part 1||A136||Hindi-B|
|June 2nd, 2019||Hindi-C||Part 1||A137||Hindi-C|
|June 2nd, 2019||Punjabi-A||Part 1||A168||Advance Punjabi|
|June 2nd, 2019||Punjabi-B||Part 1||A169||Intermediate Punjabi|
|June 2nd, 2019||Punjabi-C||Part 1||A192||Basic Punjabi|
|June 2nd, 2019||Tamil-A||Part 1||A178||Tamil-A|
|June 2nd, 2019||Tamil-B||Part 1||A179||Tamil-B|
|June 2nd, 2019||Urdu-A||Part 1||A186||Urdu-A|
|June 2nd, 2019||Urdu-B||Part 1||A195||Urdu-B|
|June 2nd, 2019||Urdu-C||Part 1||A187||Urdu-C|
|June 2nd, 2019||Economics||Part 1||A301||Principal of Microeconomics|
|June 2nd, 2019||History-1||Part 1||A302||History of India upto 8th Century|
|June 2nd, 2019||History-2||Part 1||A302||Culture of Indian Subcontinents|
|June 2nd, 2019||Philosophy||Part 1||A305||Logical Reasoning|
|June 2nd, 2019||Political Science||Part 1||A306||Political Theory & Thoughts|
Date sheet for Foundation Course
|May 19th, 2019||Contemporary India||Part 2||B401||Contemporary India|
|May 19th, 2019||Human Rights, Gender & Equity||Part 2||B402||Human Rights, Gender & Equity|
|May 19th, 2019||Language, Literature & Culture||Part 2||B403||Language, Literature & Culture|
|May 19th, 2019||Social Enquiry||Part 2||B404||Social Enquiry|
Date sheet for Discipline Course
|May 25th, 2019||Advertisement & Management||Part 2||B131||Advertisement & Management|
|May 25th, 2019||Economics||Part 2||B117||Macro-Economics|
|May 25th, 2019||English Literature||Part 2||B189||English Literature|
|May 25th, 2019||Hindi||Part 2||B138||Hindi|
|May 25th, 2019||Education||Part 2||B118||Physiological Foundation of Education|
|May 25th, 2019||Mathematics||Part 2||B155||Differential Equations and Algebra|
|May 25th, 2019||Nutrition & Health Edu||Part 2||B158||Elements of Public Health|
|May 25th, 2019||Philosophy||Part 2||B210||Ethics Theory and Practice|
|May 25th, 2019||Political Science||Part 2||B166||Indian Politics|
|May 25th, 2019||Punjabi (Compulsory)||Part 2||B194||Punjabi (Compulsory)|
|May 25th, 2019||Punjabi (optional)||Part 2||B196||Punjabi (optional)|
|May 25th, 2019||Tourism & Travel Management||Part 2||B185||Tourism & Travel Management|
|May 27th, 2019||Economics||Part 2||B117||Macro-Economics|
|May 27th, 2019||English Literature||Part 2||B189||English Literature|
|May 27th, 2019||Hindi||Part 2||B138||Hindi|
|May 27th, 2019||Education||Part 2||B118||Physiological Foundation of Education|
|May 27th, 2019||Mathematics||Part 2||B155||Differential Equations and Algebra|
|May 27th, 2019||Health Edu||Part 2||B158||Elements of Public Health|
|May 27th, 2019||Philosophy||Part 2||B210||Ethics Theory and Practice|
|May 27th, 2019||Political Science||Part 2||B166||Indian Politics|
|May 27th, 2019||Punjabi (Compulsory)||Part 2||B194||Punjabi (Compulsory)|
|May 27th, 2019||Punjabi (optional)||Part 2||B196||Punjabi (optional)|
|May 27th, 2019||Sanskrit||Part 2||B190||Sanskrit|
|May 27th, 2019||Urdu||Part 2||B193||Urdu|
|June 4th, 2019||Advertisement & Management||Part 1||A101||Marketing Communication|
|June 4th, 2019||Economics||Part 1||A117||Principal of Microeconomics|
|June 4th, 2019||English Literature||Part 1||A189||The Individual & Society|
|June 4th, 2019||Hindi||Part 1||A138||Hindi|
|June 4th, 2019||Education||Part 1||A118||Education in the Contemporary|
|June 4th, 2019||Mathematics||Part 1||A155||Algebra & Calculus|
|June 4th, 2019||Nutrition & Health Edu||Part 1||A158||Elements of Food|
|June 4th, 2019||Philosophy||Part 1||A210||Logical Reasoning|
|June 4th, 2019||Political Science||Part 1||A166||Political Theory|
|June 4th, 2019||Punjabi (Compulsory)||Part 1||A194||Essay, Novel & Functional & Punjabi Etc.|
|June 4th, 2019||Punjabi (optional)||Part 1||A196||Punjabi (optional)|
|June 4th, 2019||Tourism & Travel Management||Part 1||A185||Fundamentals of Tourism & Travel|
|June 7th, 2019||Economics||Part 1||A117||Principal of Microeconomics|
|June 7th, 2019||English Literature||Part 1||A189||The Individual & Society|
|June 7th, 2019||Hindi||Part 1||A138||Hindi|
|June 7th, 2019||Education||Part 1||A118||Education in the Contemporary|
|June 7th, 2019||Mathematics||Part 1||A155||Algebra & Calculus|
|June 7th, 2019||Nutrition & Health Edu||Part 1||A158||Elements of Food|
|June 7th, 2019||Philosophy||Part 1||A210||Logical Reasoning|
|June 7th, 2019||Political Science||Part 1||A166||Political Theory|
|June 7th, 2019||Punjabi (Compulsory)||Part 1||A194||Essay, Novel & Functional & Punjabi Etc.|
|June 7th, 2019||Punjabi (optional)||Part 1||A196||Punjabi (optional)|
|June 7th, 2019||Sanskrit||Part 1||A190||Sanskrit|
|June 7th, 2019||Urdu||Part 1||A193||Modern & Poetry|
If you have any confusion then here’s the video to help you out
How to score good marks in DU Sol examinations, here are some secret tips
- Make your schedule/time table and study accordingly to have effective time management as there is very less time left for the exams to take place
- Minimum of 4 hours should be contributed to studies in a day by dividing it like 2 hours each in the morning and in the evening or according to the routine that suits you.
- Cover at least 2 subjects per day.
- You should refer to the study material that is being provided for your courses like previous year question papers, ten years etc. which will provide you with the idea of how your examination will be conducted.
- It’s very important to solve some previous year question papers.
- Study at least 6 days in a week so that you can get hold of one subject completely in a week.
- Make a list of the important topics and make notes in your language while studying them so that you understand those topics thoroughly.
- Make sure that you don’t forget to draw flow charts and diagrams wherever necessary in your answers so that you get good marks.
- Revise the course at least 2 times before the exam.
- Write as much content related to your question as you can while attempting it and don’t miss any question un-attempted.
- Remember- There is no need to panic; you should stay calm and relaxed, you’re going to do very well! ALL THE BEST!
Important instructions for all the candidates appearing in DU SOL examinations
UNIVERSITY OF DELHI DELHI – 110007
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES APPEARING IN UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS.
- Each Candidate’ must show his/her “Admission Ticket” to the Superintendent of Examination at the time of examination(s) and may be required to produce the same at any time during the course the examination.
- Candidates are admitted to the examination under the conditions laid down in the relevant Ordinances and Regulations of the University.
- Candidates are not allowed to take with them any unauthorized material, including calculator (except in examinations where its use- has been permitted), their mobile telephones or any other electronic devices to the examination hall. These will be treated as unauthorized materials.
- Candidates must reach the examination center at least half an hour before the commencement of the examination. Candidate/s will not be allowed to enter into the examination hall after half an hour of the commencement of the examination.
- No Candidate shall be allowed to leave the examination hall before half an hour of the commencement of the examination.
- The Superintendent of Examination, the Invigilation Staff, the Members of the Visiting Team/s and the Observer/s are free to do a physical search of the candidates at any time during the course of the examination or before entering into the examination hall to ensure that they do not have any unauthorized material in their possession.
- The cases of the candidates booked for use of unfair means and/or for resorting to disorderly conduct in University examinations shall be dealt in accordance with the University rules, the extracts of which are given below:-
- Talking to another candidate or any person inside or outside the Examination Hall during the examination hours, without the permission of a member of the supervisory staff.
- Committing breach of any other direction given to candidates.
Cancellation of the examination in the paper of the day of the incident only and declaring the result on the basis of the performance of the candidate in the remaining papers/subjects. The candidate shall be deemed to have secured zero marks in the paper so canceled.
- Keeping in possession papers, books or notes or is found having written notes on the question paper or on any part of the clothes worn by him/her or on a part of his/her body or table or desk or is found in possession of ruler arid/or instruments like: Set-squares protractors, slide rules, etc. with notes written on them and which notes, papers or the material written on ruler or instrument, or on the question paper or on clothes worn by him/her or any part of his/her body, table or desk could be helpful or of assistance to him/her in answering the paper etc. he/she is taking or could be helpful or of assistance to other candidate in that examination hall, but the candidate has not attempted to take any assistance himself/herself or give any assistance to any other candidate from such material.
- Intentionally tearing off the answer book or a part thereof or a continuation sheet.
- Deliberately disclosing his/her identity or making any distinctive mark in the answer book for that pi; pose in contravention of any general rules in this behalf.
- Using abusive or obscene language in the answer book.
- Misbehaving in connection with the examination with the Superintendent, the Invigilator a duty and the other staff working at the Examination Centre or with any other candidate in or around the Examination Centre before, during or after the examination.
- Leaving the examination room before the expiry of half an hour without the written permission of the Superintendent of the Examination and/or without handing over the answer book to the Inviollatorilncharrie ardor without signing the attendance sheet.
C. Keeping in possession papers, books or notes or is found having written notes on the question paper or on any part of the clothes worn by him/her or on any part of his/her body or table or is found in possession of foot rule and/or instruments like set-squares, protractors, slide rules with notes written on them and which notes papers, books or the material written on foot rule or instruments, or on the question paper or on clothes worn by him/her or any part of his body, table or desk etc., could be helpful or of assistance to him/her in answering the paper he/she is taking or could be helpful or of assistance to other candidates in that examination hall and if
Cancellation of the entire examination
Cancellation of the entire examination taken by the candidate during the year and further debarring him/her LI: Joi appearing at any examination of the University within a span period of one year 12 months!.
You will get all the details about your exam center and all other details in the Admit card
Details in Admit card
DU SOL Admit card includess all of the information regarding Examination. Dates of the examination, applicant’s information, Place of the exam will be cited in the Admit card. Candidates will be qualified to download Admit card following the application process gets over. Candidates should download the Admit cards from the official site and have a print from it. Printed Admit card must be carried along on the day of examination. Expected Program to download Admit card is given under
Downloading DU SOL Admit car for online Evaluation. All details like the Date, Time and Venue address of the exam given in the Hall Ticket. The Hall ticket ought to be brought with you to the exam venue. The Entry date and ticket sheet for the session examination will be downloaded in the DU SOL website or by the email Box, on receipt in the University, likely in the first week of October. If there’s any subsequent change in your address or mobile number a particular request should be addressed to Assistant Registrar (Examination), School of Open Learning, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007 super scribing the words CHANGE OF ADDRESS/MOBILE NUMBER FOR MARCH/ APRIL, 2019 EXAMINATION. You can even change your own address/mobile amount on DU SOL website. The candidate is required to utilize I) Registration Number/ Roll No, ii) Pass-word/ Date of Birth for downloading the Admit Card.