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Vikash Sharma

The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has extended the last date for the submission of forms for the upcoming December Term End Examination (TEE) 2021.

As per the latest notification, the last date for online submission of the examination form for the Term-end Examination, December 2021 without late fee has been extended till December 19, 2021.

On payment of a late fee of Rs 1,100 plus Rs 200 per course, the application can be submitted up to December 31, 2021. Earlier, the last date for candidates to submit forms with payment of late fee was December 20, 2021.

It is pertinent to mention here that the December TEE is scheduled to be held from January 20, 2022 It will continue till February 22, 2022. As per the previously announced schedule, the exams will be held in two shifts-morning shift (10.00 AM to 1.00 PM) and evening shift (2.00 to 5.00 PM).

The IGNOU had earlier extended the last date for submission of assignments for the TEE December 2021 till December 31, 2021.

The University has decided to introduce and adopt “Online Mode” to submit final Project/Dissertation/Field Work Journals/Internship Report to facilitate the learners.

The detailed guidelines for the learners are as under:

-The learners are expected to prepare the Project Report based on the approved Project proposal wherever applicable as per the project guidelines.

-The learners may ensure that while submitting the final project through Online Mode, the Proposal Proforma is duly approved in original, along with “Synopsis” and Bio-data of the project guide and originality certificate is duly signed by both the Student and the Project Guide with date to be incorporated (wherever applicable).

-The learners may ensure that while uploading digital copy of project through online mode, scanned pages are clear and not blurred, sequence is correct, pages are well lighted and not dim; orientation of pages is same - should not change between portrait and landscape.

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