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IGNOU term end examination from Dec 1
Published on 30 Nov. 2010 1:18 AM IST
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The term end examination for December, 2010 of Indira Gandhi National Open University would commence from December 1 and conclude on December 30.
According to Regional Director, IGNOU Regional Centre Dr. T. Iralu, hall ticket (Examination Intimation Slips) have been issued to 358615 eligible students who had applied for appearing in the term end examination. Detailed hall ticket status would also be available on IGNOU website, and students may download the hall tickets from the university website and appear in the examination.
Students have been advised to carry their Identity Card issued by the University and mobile phones not permitted inside the examination hall.
Separate Hall tickets shall be issued to students of BCA & MCA for Term End practical. Further students have been advised to contact the respective Regional Centres in the last week of December for their practical examinations.
For BLISc. (Library Science) all Theory Examination Centres are not activated for conduct of Practical Examination.
Students are advised to contact the centre superintendent and see the notice board for practical examination centre.
For those students who have opted Exam Centre - 2001, Nagaland College of Teacher Education, High School Area, Kohima, on December 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 13 and 15 (only for morning shift), the venue for the exam will be at Bethel Higher Secondary School, High School Area, Kohima.
DEO Kohima on tampering of CRSH

DIMAPUR: District Education Officer (DEO) Kohima has taken serious note of frequent tampering of Cumulative Record cum Schooling History (CRSH).
In this regard, District Education Officer (DEO) Kohima, Zaveyi Nyekha, has notified all educational institutions under its jurisdiction to take serious note of the issue and ensure strict adherence.
He further informed that violation, neglect and malpractice by educational institutions in any manner would be liable for stringent legal action.

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