IGNOU 2020 hall ticket for term end exams to be out anytime soon @ignou.ac.in

IGNOU 2020 hall ticket for term end exams to be out anytime soon @ignou.ac.in Picture used for representational purpose only
Team Careers360 | Aug 28, 2020 - 2:50 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) is expected to release the IGNOU hall ticket for Term End Exams June 2020 anytime soon for the examinations which are scheduled to start from the month of September for final year students.

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Close to three lakh students will appear on the term end examinations of IGNOU, to be held in different parts around the country.

The IGNOU exams for first and second year students will be held in the month of December. The final year students who for some reasons fail to appear in the examination, to be held in September can appear for the IGNOU term end exams in the month of December, along with the first and second year students. The varsity is also planning to hold examinations for all the leftover courses and previous year papers.

The IGNOU term end examination will be held in multiple formats this year. The Times of India quotes IGNOU's vice chancellor, Nageshwar Rao as saying “Majority of the exams will be based in pen and paper mode. However, some selected certificate courses will be delivered online and a few in objective format. So, we will have a blended experience”.

To download the IGNOU June hall ticket, candidates have to visit the official website of IGNOU and by entering their 9-digit enrollment number and selecting the respective programme they have applied for. No candidates will receive the IGNOU hall ticket June TEE through post or courier. The IGNOU hall ticket 2020 will be available on the official website of the university.i.e, ignou.ac.in.

The date sheet for IGNOU June TEE will be published 15 days prior to the term-end examinations.

SC's decision on final year exams

A bench of three Supreme Court judges led by Justice Ashok Bhushan, on Friday ruled out any possibilities of cancelling final year exams citing the University Grant Commission (UGC) revised guidelines. The guidelines direct all the universities to conduct the final year exams by the end of September. The apex court said that the state has the liberty to defer the examinations, if the situation to conduct examinations by September 30 is not conducive due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.

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