Kapil Rawat|Oct 12, 2021
IGNOU 2020 hall ticket delayed again; expected to be issued today
NEW DELHI: Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has delayed the availability of the IGNOU hall ticket for the June 2020 term-end examinations yet again, however, the varsity authorities are most likely to issue the IGNOU 2020 hall ticket today, on September 9. Earlier, as per an official confirmation, the IGNOU hall ticket 2020 was expected to be out on September 8. But it has not been released yet. It must be noted that the IGNOU admit card 2020 for June TEE would be issued only for the final year students. The examinations for the second and the third-year students would be conducted in December.
The IGNOU admit card September 2020 will be released for those candidates who have filled the IGNOU examination form for June TEE. To get access to their IGNOU hall ticket September 2020, students need to get to the official site of IGNOU – ignou.ac.in. Furthermore, they have to click on the IGNOU hall ticket for 2020 link. The link will take them to a login window wherein the 9-digit enrollment number has to be put in with the selection of the respective course enrolled for.
This is not the first time that the hall ticket release of IGNOU has been delayed. Earlier too, the release date of IGNOU hall ticket for 2020 was revised. Initially, as the term-end exams were slated to be held in the first week of September, the hall ticket was expected to be out in the last week of August 2020. However, when at a later stage the authorities decided to shift the exam dates to September 17, the release of the IGNOU hall ticket 2020 for June TEE was revised.
Earlier, the authorities had released the IGNOU date sheet 2020 for June TEE on September 2. According to the date sheet, the June TEE 2020 would be held from September 17 to October 16 in two shifts. The exams in the morning session would be conducted from 10 am to 1 pm, while the tests in the evening session would be held from 2 pm to 5 pm. The exams have been decided to be held across 900 exam centres.
The university has also decided to bring in the provision of a second chance for the students who, due to the COVID-19 and the lockdown situation, won’t be able to sit for the examination. Such students can avail the facility of appearing in the examination in December again.
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