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  • IGNOU releases hall tickets for re-examination for Clash Courses, check at ignou.ac.in

    The hall tickets for re-examination for Clash Courses – June 2018, Term-End Examination has been released by the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU). The candidates who will appear for the examination can check their hall tickets from the university’s official website www.ignou.ac.in. The IGNOU had released that results for the exams in June 2018, which is already available on the official website.

  • IGNOU scam exposed, claim J&K Police

    Jammu : The crime branch of Jammu and Kashmir Police claimed on Saturday to have exposed a major scam at an Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) centre in Kathua district, where nearly 4,000 students were issued bogus degrees without appearing in examinations. The scam at the IGNOU centre was unearthed after the police received an input that a person – identified as Prashant Bandari – and his associates were involved in

  • Indore: NFG students can complete degree from IGNOU

    Indore : Here is good news for students declared “Not Fit for Graduation” (NFG) for failing to complete their degree course within the maximum time period of five years. They can now complete their degree from Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU).
    “IGNOU has agreed to hold special exams for such students so that they can complete their graduation degree,” said DAVV vice chancellor Dr Narendra Dhakad.
    Moved by the plight of thousands of

  • Bhopal: IGNOU Induction Programme held

    HOSHANGABAD: Induction programme of Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) was held at Government Home Science Postgraduate College here under the guidance of principal Kamini Saxena. On the occasion, IGNOU co-ordinator Rashim Shrivastava informed about the various courses offered by IGNOU, its examination system, curricula, minimum qualifications, medium of examination and fees. She said IGNOU Centre in the college was started in June 2015 with 12 students. Presently, 250 students were registered