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University of Mumbai: Institute of Distance and Open Learning, [IDOL] Mumbai Admissions 2019

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The  Institute of Distance and Open Learning, University of Mumbai was established in 1971 as its premier correspondence education program. It currently has a staggering enrollment figure of 76,495 students.

University of Mumbai: Institute of Distance and Open Learning Admission 2019

  • Performance of the applicants in their previous qualifying examinations are the basis for IDOL Admission 2019.

IDOL Admission Contents

Courses Offered by IDOL 

Course

Specialization

B.A

Psychology

Economics

Political Science

History

Sociology

Commerce

Geography

Philosophy

Rural Development

Education

Marathi Literature

Hindi Literature,

English

Literature

Urdu literature

B.Com

Accountancy and Management

B. Sc

Information Technology

Computer Science

M. A.

Economics

Political Science

History

Sociology

Marathi Literature

Hindi Literature,

Education

English Literature

M.Com

Accountancy and Management

M.Sc

Information Technology

Computer Science

Mathematics

Post Graduate Diploma

Financial Management

Operations Research Management

Mumbai university: IDOL Application Form

  • Students can apply to IDOL through the application portal available at their website.
  • Before applying, students need to have the following ready :
    - Necessary details such as Communication, Residential, Guardian details etc.
    - Scanned passport size photograph and signature
    - Necessary Certificates/Mark Sheets etc.
  • IDOL accepts only online payment.

University of Mumbai: Institute of Distance and Open Learning Admission Fees

The IDOL Fee Structure varies with course. The complete list of courses along with their fee structure is available here. Fees of UG courses are listed below.

  • B.A - INR 10,68/- ( Total Course Fees)
  • B.Sc - INR 52,300/- ( Total Course Fees)
  • B.Com -INR 10,685/- ( Total Course Fees)

University of Mumbai: Institute of Distance and Open Learning UG Admission 2019

  • IDOL accepts direct admission into second as well as the third year of UG course as well as the usual first-year admission.
  • The eligibility criteria changes depending on the year, of course, a student in applying into.

      Mumbai University: IDOL UG  Eligibility

Course

Eligibility

Admission Criteria

BA ( First Year)

10+2 with English/3 Year with MSBTE or Equivalent Board/10+2 years ITI

Merit-Based

B.A ( Second Year)

First Year BA Pass/ Passed AKT in First Year (BA)

B.A ( Third Year)

Second Year BA Pass/Passed AKT in First/Second Year (BA)

B.Sc (First Year) - Information Technology

10+2 with Mathematics and Statistics

B.Sc (Second Year) - Information Technology

First Year B.Sc Pass/Passed AKT in First Year B.Sc

B.Sc (Third Year) - Information Technology

Second Year B.Sc Pass/Passed AKT in Second Year B.SC

B.Sc (First Year) - Computer Science

10+2 with Mathematics/

B.Sc (Second Year) - Computer Science

Second Year B.sc Pass/Passed AKT in First Year B.Sc/3 years Diploma

B.Sc (Third Year) - Computer Science

Second Year B.Sc with no Backlogs

 

University of Mumbai: Institute of Distance and Open Learning PG Admission 2019

  • IDOL accepts direct admission into second of some PG courses as well as the usual first-year admission.
  • The eligibility criteria changes depending on the year, of course, a student in applying into 

Mumbai University: IDOL PG  Eligibility

Course

Eligibility

Admission Criteria

MA (Part 1) - Economics

Bachelor's Degree from a recognized University

Merit-Based

MA (Part 1) - Political Science

MA (Part 1) - History

MA (Part 1) - Sociology

MA (Part 1) - Marathi Literature

MA (Part 1) - Hindi Literature,

MA (Part 1) - English Literature

MA (Part 1) - Education

Passed B.Ed/B.A with education as one of the subjects.

MA(Part 2) - Economics

Passed M.A (Part 1 ) in the relevant subject

MA(Part 2) - Political Science

MA(Part 2) - History

MA(Part 2) - Sociology

MA(Part 2) - Marathi Literature

MA(Part 2) - Hindi Literature,

MA(Part 2) - English Literature

MA(Part 2) - Education

Passed M.A (Part 1) (Edu.)

M.Com (Part 1) - Accountancy and Management

B.Com / BMS/BBI/BAF Degree & (BMM in Management)

M.Com (Part 2) - Accountancy and Management

M.Com (Part 1) Pass

M.Sc (Part 1) - Information Technology

B. Sc. with IT/ Maths/ Comp. Sc/

Physics/ Statistics/ Electronics or BCS or BE (in any branch)

M.Sc (Part 1) - Computer Science

B Sc. with Statistics or Physics or Mathematics or B.Sc.

Comp. Sc. or B Sc. IT & BCS or BE in any branch

M.Sc (Part 1) - Mathematics

. B.A./ B.Sc. with Mathematics

M.Sc (Part 2) - Information Technology

M.Sc (Part 1) Pass

M.Sc (Part 2) - Computer Science

M.Sc (Part 1) Pass

M.Sc (Part 2) - Mathematics

M.Sc (Part 1) Pass

MCA First Year

Bachelors Degree - 45%

MCA Second Year

M.C.A First-Year or AKT Pass

MCA Third Year

M.C.A Second Year or AKT Pass

PGD _Financial Management

Bachelors Degree in any discipline

PGD- Operations Research Management

 

 

University of Mumbai: Institute of Distance and Open Learning Admission Helplines

Phone

26523048

SMS

8082892988

Email

info@ idol.mu.ac.in

 

University of Mumbai: Institute of Distance and Open Learning Admission FAQs

  • When does the admission process start at IDOL?
    - The admission process usually begins in the second week of July.
  • Can I apply for B.Com if my subject group is science?
    - You can apply for B.Com if Mathematics was one of your subjects.
  • How many ATKT’s are allowed in getting admission for the next academic year?
    -Only ATKT’s in two paper with an aggregate of two hundred marks are allowed to get admission in the next academic year.
  • When is an Entrance Examination for admission to MCA conducted? And what is the basic qualification for appearing in the Entrance Examination?
    -For the admission to MCA at IDOL, the Entrance Examination is conducted in the month of June. Exam forms for the same (Entry Forms) are filled in the month of May.

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Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process 2019 for University of Mumbai: Institute of Distance and Open Learning, [IDOL] Mumbai Reviews


Veena
Veena
BSC Information Technoloy, batch of 2019
7/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • The eligibility criteria are to have a minimum of 45% in HSC science with maths was the eligibility criteria for admission of BSc Information Technology.
  • The admission procedure was online.
  • I gave MH CET in 2016 itself but for this course, it is not calculated.
  • Every college has their cutoffs depending on the reputation of the college.
  • Mostly they consider marks scored in maths.


Shubham
Shubham
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Computer Science), batch of 2015
5/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
  • The Eligible criteria of the University of Mumbai: Institute of Distance and Open Learning is above 50% Based on the reserved category.
  • There is no entrance exam is require for this college.
  • The cut-off is uncertain as it depends on the availability of the seats.


Renish
Renish
B.A, batch of 2018
10/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

There should be HSC completed by any board is necessary for admission. There is no entrance exam is needed for a bachelor of arts. There are no cutoffs for admission. Its very easy and simple process, you have to fill admission form online and fess to online.



Satish
Satish
Distance Bachelor of Commerce [Distance B.Com], batch of 2017
5/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

 I don't know about eligibility criteria, exam and there cut off. But what I know, this college is really good for working professionals and various bachelor's and master's degrees. 



Govalkar
Govalkar
Fyba, batch of 2018
8/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

 The eligibility criteria were very good it closes on very low percentage. And the admission procedure was although online. Yes, I have taken examinations fyba. Most probably the typical cutoffs get close at 40%



dhwani
Dhwani
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com], batch of 2018
3/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

1- it was an online process and criteria was a student must have passed before given exams for next year admission 2- there was no entrance exam 3- since it was an external course there was no cut-off.



ROHIT
ROHIT
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com], batch of 2020
7/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

There are no eligibility criteria in distance and open learning institutes You should be HSC cleared There are no cutoffs.



Asiya
Asiya
Master of Commerce [M.Com], batch of 2015
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

No, There is no entrance exam. The candidate has to pass B.com.




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