SIU launches Symbiosis School of Online and Digital Learning; check how to apply

Symbiosis International (Deemed University) (SIU) today launched Symbiosis School of Online and Digital Learning (SSODL). Interested candidates can apply for online courses on the official Symbiosis website — dm.ssodl.edu.in.

The new school will offer a host of online undergraduate and postgraduate programs such as BBA, BSc in Economics, BCA, MBA, MSc in Computer Applications, MSc in Data Science, MSc in Economics and MA in Mass Communication. Candidates have until October 30 to apply for these courses, which will start on November 15.

SIMC Online Programs: How to Apply

Step 1: Visit the Symbiosis website — dm.ssodl.edu.in

Step 2: Click on ‘Online Programs’ available in the top scroll.

Step 3: Click on the “Register Now” option given on the top scroll and register by entering all the personal and contact information.

Step 4: Register online for the program of your choice and pay the registration fees, virtually to secure registration. They can attach the scanned copy of the required documents for verification by SSODL and then pay the program fee online.

The application fee is Rs 750 for UG programs and Rs 1000 for PG programs (for a single program depending on the level of the program).

At the end of the payment process, applicants should print the submitted application form and mail it to SSODL along with the photocopies of the required documents. After that, applicants will receive their study materials from SSODL within 15 days from the date of admission.

As part of these online programs, students will also participate in workshops and boot camps to develop their entrepreneurial and leadership skills, in addition to peer-to-peer networking opportunities. Additionally, students will undergo online assessments in all courses in the SSODL program. Although classes and assessments are conducted online, students will have the opportunity to interact with faculty for live lectures and discussion forums or to answer any curriculum-based questions.

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