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Entries invited for IGNOU Student Innovation Award-2019, how to register

IGNOU Student Innovation Award-2019: The candidates who want to apply can do so through the official website of IGNOU- ignou.ac.in, and can submit the form till September 30, 2019

IGNOU invites applications for MA in Women and Gender Studies

The program addresses the need to examine gender issues from an academic perspective through the dissemination of the growing body of knowledge in the areas of women’s and gender studies

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Pune: At IGNOU convocation, 1,500 certificates given out

Pune Regional Centre conducted its ceremony simultaneously with 52 other regional centres. Honourable Vice Chancellor of Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Prof K P Vishwanath and RC Pune’s regional director Dr Kalpana Gupte awarded 190 students for completion of their programmes.

Panel suggests probe into appointment of IGNOU V-C

The Parliamentary panel said it appeared the V-C and HRD ministry had a “vested interest”.

PTU barred from admitting students in distance courses

The Distance Education Council (DEC) has barred Jalandhar’s Punjab Technical University (PTU) to conduct any admissions under its distance education programmes till it gets a renewal of recognition to run these courses.

Two years on,state still to act on Takwale panel recommendations

The state department of higher and technical education has not yet acted on the committee’s recommendations.

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Govt to launch 50 educational channels

The Pallam Raju-led education ministry is eying over a thousand education channels across streams and disciplines

IGNOU has no authority to recognize regular colleges,rules HC

In a significant judgment,IGNOU has been restricted to impart distance education only by Delhi HC.

414 prisoners pursue IGNOU courses in Vidarbha; eight awarded MA degree

IGNOU is planning to engage prisoners who have done their MA Sociology.

Not our job to get exam date sheet,police tell court

The Delhi Police on Wednesday told the special fast-track court hearing the December 16 gangrape case that they cannot direct Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) to provide a copy of the examination schedule to co-accused Vinay Sharma who will be appearing for his BA first year examinations this year.

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