IGNOU December 2021 term-end Exam to begin from tomorrow; check details

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Updated on Mar 3, 2022 17:35 IST

IGNOU will be conducting the exams in 800 examination centers set up across the globe, including 19 overseas centers and 89 centers in jails for jail inmates.

IGNOU December 2021 term-end Exam to begin from tomorrow; check details

IGNOU December 2021 term-end Exam to begin from tomorrow; check details

IGNOU December 2021 TEE: The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) will begin the December 2021 term-end examinations for various academic programmes from tomorrow; i.e. March 4 and will continue until April 11, 2022. It must be noted that in order to appear for the exam students will need to have their hall ticket. Students can download their admit cards by visiting the official website of IGNOU; i.e. ignou.ac.in.

IGNOU will be conducting the exams in 800 examination centers set up across the globe, including 19 overseas centers and 89 centers in jails for jail inmates. IGNOU has issued admit cards for 6,76,790 eligible students who had applied for appearing in the term-end exams. 

IGNOU December TEE 2021: How to download hall ticket

Candidates can follow the simple steps given below to download the hall ticket:

  • Go to the official website of IGNOU - ignou.ac.in
  • Go to the ‘Alerts’ section
  • Click on the ‘Hall Ticket December 2021 Term End Examination’ tab
  • A new window will open where you have to click on ‘Link for Hall Ticket’
  • Now, enter your enrollment number and select the programme
  • Press the ‘Submit’ choice
  • Download IGNOU admit card 2021 for December TEE
  • Print out multiple copies of IGNOU hall ticket.

However, authorities have been instructed to allow students to appear in examinations even if they do not possess the hall ticket (examination intimation slip), but their names should exist in the list of examinees for these centers. Students must note that they will have to show their valid identity card issued by the university/government during the examination. All exams will be conducted keeping in mind the Covid protocols issued by the Government of India.

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