SOLDU, New Delhi
REVIEW OF SOL.
After completing my 10+2, I was looking for courses, I am preparing for CLAT. Open school was an option. I decided to go for with college options like- IGNOU and SOL. SOL Or School of Open Learning was chosen being it was under Delhi University. Overall experience here would be somewhat okay. Due to the lock-down being put up there have been a lot of confusions as to how and when papers would be held, papers and assignment dates were continuously being postponed and there has even been a kind of a communication gap towards the students.
Haven't heard of campus placements here as for now. I'm currently on my second semester pursuing Political Science Hons and I hardly think there would be jobs available immediately after.
School of Open Learning, is an offline university or you could say a study from home. There are classes available along with library access and other facilities but being far from my residence I haven't checked them out.
COURSE CURRICULUM OVERVIEW
The course I have opted for is Political Science Hons., Firstly being because that's what was available to me given my percentage other than opting for accountancy or a business course. The faculty here I would say were good but at the same time I haven't had a good communication of any sort. The teachers and staff were well educated and quite experienced. Due to lock down online classes were being held for students that had opted for the same. The exams were supposed to be written first but then they were altered itni assignment based evaluation where you had to solve the assignments and you'd be graded upon that, which was a good experience for me.
LOAN/ SCHOLARSHIP PROVISIONS
A plus point of option for SOL was it's fees structure. The fees here was minimal, I.e, approximately around Rs 3500. This fees would get less for the people belonging to Sc or St background. Job placements are unheard of by me from here and I feel once I go for higher level then there would be placements available