DU SOL Library - School of Open Learning, Delhi University

For campus students enrolled in all undergraduate and graduate programmes, Delhi University School of Open Learning manages a comprehensive library with print and digital materials. At the heart of the campus lies the library. In 1962, the SOL library was founded. In August 1991, the SOL library was moved to the new SOL building on the DU campus. For each student who wishes to study more for their particular exams, research papers, assignments, evaluations, and more, the whole department's study material is available.

By utilising cutting-edge learning technologies and ICT capabilities to the subject's reach, Delhi School of Open Learning provides quality information and resources to the thousands of students that enrol there.

The SOL Library is made up of the School of Open Learning's Digital Library as well as study resources for a variety of degree programmes, including undergraduate, postgraduate, and M. Ph. courses, certifications programmes, and more. SOL students have access to enter the library at the specified time with their ID cards due to resource limitations and its placement on campus. The Open Learning Community has the same access to academic resources and services as students and staff on a traditional campus.

In addition to their own course materials, students have access to E-Pustakdwar, E-News Clipping Portal, Resource Sharing Network, Sugamya Pustakalaya Online (for the blind), Web Catalogue, Digital Library, as well as a lot more space and pertinent academic or test preparation materials.

Students can receive online study material of these below-mentioned courses in campus library:

Undergraduate Courses
B.A Program B.A (Honors) in Political Science B.A (Honors) in English
B.Com B.Com (Honors)

Postgraduation Courses
M.A in Hindi M.A in Political Science M.A in History
M.Com M.A in Sanskrit

The library displays and makes available audio and video lectures that students can access. A group of students from several years can attend the lectures of their particular course.

For their specific course materials, students can visit the campus or contact the specified email address.

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