IGNOU Term End Examination 2017 results declared; students can check grades at ignou.ac.in

Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has declared results for the Term End Examination (TEE), as reported by NDTV. The exam was held in June 2017. As per the report, applicants can check their grades either by logging into their student's profile or through the direct results link: www.ignou.ac.in/result.html

Students can follow these steps to check their grades:
Step 1: Visit the official website of the university: ignou.ac.in
Step 2: Click on Term End Result of June 2017 Declared New
Step 3: Click on June 2017 Examination Result

According to CNN-News18, approximately 6.2 lakh students had appeared for the TEE exams across various subjects and streams. In case of any pending results, the varsity mentioned that students need to check the results page shortly as pending results will follow soon.

Representational image. PTI

Representational image. PTI

The Indira Gandhi National Open University popularly known as IGNOU conducts exams yearly in June and December. Exams are held for students pursuing graduation and post-graduation courses across India via modes of distance learning and open education.

The institute is "among the largest distance learning universities across the world and has 21 schools, 67 regional centres, 2667 study centres which are in collaboration with schools, and 29 overseas centres in 15 countries," as reported by Examswatch.

The evergreen Bachelors as well as Masters’ courses in Arts & humanities, Sciences and Commerce are those counted as the most sought after courses in the open university, the website mentioned further.

Updated Date: Aug 12, 2017 19:57 PM

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