IGNOU January 2022 Session: Indira Gandhi National Open University has begun the process of new admission for the January 2022 session. Aspirants who want to apply for the January session can apply with the help of the official website of IGNOU Samarth at ignouadmission.samarth.edu.in.
Indira Gandhi Public Open College has given notice on 25 December 2021 in regards to new confirmation for January 2022 meeting. Under this notice, the course of affirmation in the January new group will proceed till January 31, 2022.
Competitors who need to take affirmation in MSCMACS, PGDMCH, PGDGM, PGDHHM, DNA, PGDHIVM, and PGCMDM courses can apply.
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Step 1- Firstly visit the official website ignouadmission.samarth.edu.in. Go to
Step 2- Now click on the link ‘IGNOU January 2022 Session’.
Step 3- Enter the login details and register yourself.
Step 4– Now click on submit.
Step 5- Now pay the application fee.
Step 6- Students are advised to download the application form for future use and take a printout of it.
WHAT IS THE APPLICATION FEE
The registration fee of admission for the January batch is Rs 200. Students should note that the fees are non-refundable. Students along with the first-semester fee. Aspirants must register after reading all the details carefully.
REGISTRATION PROCESS FOR PH.D. ADMISSION
The registration process for IGNOU Ph.D. Entrance Exam 2021 is on the way. The last date to apply for the Ph.D. The entrance Exam Form has been extended. Now students will be able to apply last by 30th December 2021.
IGNOU Ph.D. Admission 2021 will be done based on the Entrance Exam which will be performed from 10 AM to 1 PM for a total period of 180 minutes. Once the admit card will be out, all the information will be provided on the admit card. For IGNOU Ph.D. Admission 2021, students have the choice to apply in 23 disciplines.
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