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December 2017 exam application date extended to Oct 31; Check details

India's largest open university, Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has extended the last date for accepting the examination forms for December 2017 term end examination.

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India’s largest open university, Indira Gandhi National Open University () has extended the last date for accepting the examination forms for December 2017 term end examination. The last date is now extended till October 31, 2017 without late fees. All the candidates who are enrolled in different course need to apply online by October 31, 2017.

The university said that candidates must ensure that they have already submitted the assignments as applicable for the courses they are filling in the examination form, else their Hall Tickets of term end examinations will not be issued for the courses for which assignments have not been submitted by the candidates. The candidates are also required to pay examination fee of Rs. 120/-per course for theory as well as practical. Dates for submission of examination forms started from September 1 and it will now go on till October 31 without late fee.

IGNOU December 2017 exam application date extended to Oct 31

Then the candidates will be given a chance to apply for term end examinations with a late fee of Rs. 1000/ from November 1 to November 15, 2017. Results of IGNOU June, 2017 term-end examinations are available on University website, www.ignou.ac.in. Hall Ticket towards permission to enter the Examination Centre will be uploaded on the University Website 10 days before the commencement of the examinations. Candidates may download the Hall Ticket from the University website (www.ignou.ac.in) and report at the examination centre along with the Identity Card issued by the University.

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