DU SOL Question Papers BA Programme 2nd Year: Question papers for the second year of BA (Bachelor of Arts) programme in DU SOL are accessible here. School of Open Learning, University of Delhi releases the papers on its official site, sol.du.ac.in. The students can download the question papers for DU SOL 2nd year exams from this page. The examinees must solve and analyse the downloaded question papers. Get to know more about DU SOL Question Papers BA Programme 2nd Year and find the download links below.
DU SOL Question Papers BA Programme 2nd Year
The question papers for the 2nd year of BA programme are provided below in pdf format. DU SOL Question papers have been provided for all the subjects of BA 2nd year programme. Click on the links provided alongside the name of the subjects to download the question papers of the concerned subjects.
DU SOL Question Papers BA Programme 2018
- Hindi Question Paper 2018 B-138 G-I
- Hindi Question Paper 2018 B-138 G-II
- History Question Paper 2018 B-139 G-I
- History Question Paper 2018 B-139 G-II
- History Question Paper 2018 G-I
- Mathematics Question Paper 2018 B-155 G-I
- Mathematics Question Paper 2018 B-155 G-II
- Contemporary India
- Economics – Macroeconomics
- Education – Psychological Foundations of Education
- English – English Literature
- Human Rights, Gender and Environment
- Language, Literature and Culture
- Nutrition and Health Education
- Political Science – Indian Politics in Comparative Perspective
DU SOL Question Papers BA Programme 2016
The School of Open Learning, University of Delhi is a well known and renowned name in the field of distance education. Earlier known as The School of Correspondence Courses and Continuing Education, it was established in the year 1962. The school provides various UG and PG courses in the disciplines of humanities and commerce. DU SOL functions with the motto of “Nishtha Dhryti: Satya”. The degree obtained from the School of Open Learning holds the same value as that of a regular degree. DU SOL also has a South Study Center, which is situated at South Moti Bagh, New Delhi.
At the time of its inception, the school had only 900 students. However, currently, around 5 lakh students are enrolled in various postgraduate and undergraduate programmes offered by the school. DU SOL has had a number of influential people as its students including Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India and Smriti Irani, Information and Broadcasting Minister, Govt. of India. Candidates can get all the information about DU SOL from its official website, sol.du.ac.in.