M Jagadesh Kumar launches IGNOU’s four-year undergraduate programme

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Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar, Chairman, University Grants Commission has launched the four-year undergraduate programme of the Indira Gandhi National University (IGNOU). Jagadesh Kumar who was the chief guest at the National Seminar on the G20 Presidency and India’s Global Leadership Role unveiled the programme at the summit.

In accordance with the National Education Policy, the IGNOU introduced the four-year program (NEP). The recently established four-year undergraduate degree program will have a flexible structure and provide students with multiple entry and exit options, as stated in the NEP 2020.

During the programme’s launch, the UGC Chairperson emphasized its importance and said it was a significant reform to the higher education system in India. The Indira Gandhi National University (IGNOU) is offering a comprehensive program that will be delivered through online and distance learning. It will cover a four-year curriculum in various disciplines.

The programme is also accessible through the Study Webs of Active Learning for Young Aspiring Minds (SWAYAM) portal. Along with this programme, a large number of IGNOU programmes would also be accessible through the SWAYAM portal.

IGNOU’s four-year undergraduate programme offers a wide range of options for students, whether they choose to pursue these courses as part of a regular program or choose to pursue a simultaneous UG degree in a different discipline.

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