IGNOU exempts UG and PG students from first year term end exams

Views: 426
Indira Gandhi National Open University

The students of undergraduate and postgraduate courses studying in first year in Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) have been exempted from appearing for term end examination.

The decision has been taken for the students enrolled in the July 2020 admission session.

However, the students pursuing master degree will be marked on the basis of their average marks and grades secured in the term-end examination of the second year. There will be no exemption in submitting practicals, assignments, projects, fieldwork journals and other requirements.

Write for Us

IGNOU will hold exams for second year bachelor degree programmes. In an official statement shared by the IGNOU, “The examination fees already paid by the students for the Term-end-Examination, June 2021 for the exempted courses will be adjusted against the examination fee payable for the second year courses.”

“The students who do not want the exemption may appear for the Term-end-Examination of the first year courses in the Term-end-Examinations, December 2021 or afterwards till the expiry of the maximum duration of the Programme, subject to the fulfillment of the other eligibility conditions,” the university added further.

Follow and connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Elets video

Eletsonline News


To Top