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2003 Mulund blasts: Three witnesses depose for bomb planter Muzammil Ansari

A special POTA court on Friday recorded the statements of three witnesses who were examined by key accused and bomb planter Muzammil Ansari, convicted for multiple blasts in the city during 2002 and 2003.

IGNOU extends last date for January cycle admission

IGNOU extends last date for January cycle admission

IGNOU) on Monday extended the last date for admission applications for all its academic programmes till December 31.

BHU VC advocates restructuring of 3+2 higher education system

Though Delhi University's experiment with the Four Year Undergraduate Programme saw an unforeseen fate, BHU Vice-Chancellor Girsish Chandra Tripathi believes that the higher education system is an "outmoded construct" and there is need to restructure the 3+2 education system.

IGNOU to offer certificate, diploma courses in RTI soon

IGNOU to offer certificate, diploma courses in RTI soon

Keeping in mind the societal relevance of the Right to Information Act, the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has decided to rollout certificate and diploma courses in RTI.

Online examination at IGNOU soon; talks on with HRD, UGC

 The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), one of the largest distance learning universities in India with over 28 lakh students, is considering giving them the option of taking examinations online.

Series of campus placement drives at IGNOU

With an aim of making distance learning more lucrative, the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) is organising a series of campus placement drives for its students.

IGNOU to resume its operations in nine foreign centres soon

IGNOU to resume its operations in nine foreign centres soon

The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) will soon resume its operations in nine centres abroad and start fresh enrollment of international students, two years after it had to withdraw the facilities across 84 countries due to legal complications.

IGNOU receives record 3 lakh applications

The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), which had introduced online application process this year, has received over three lakh applications, registering an increase of 29 per cent.

Yakub Memon may not live to receive his second masters degree

Mumbai blasts accused Yakub Memon may not live to receive his second masters degree, in Political Science, which he earned while pursuing studies in the Central Prison here, as he is to be hanged on his birthday, July 30.

IGNOU asked to restart e-Gyankosh programme

The HRD Ministry has asked IGNOU to restart the online education programme e-GyanKosh, which was stopped in 2013 allegedly by Vice Chancellor M Aslam who is now facing a probe into administrative irregularities and closing down of certain programmes.

Bikaner prison inmates enrol for IGNOU courses

 Inmates of Bikaner Jail have shown good response to the opening of new IGNOU study centre in the campus where 45 prisoners have enrolled themselves in the first batch of different programmes including MBA and Human Rights.

Another AAP MLA faces allegation over education details

Days after former Delhi Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar's arrest, another AAP MLA has landed in a soup over alleged false declaration of educational credentials in his poll affidavit.

4.85 lakh students to take IGNOU exams

A total of 4.85 lakh students will appear in IGNOU examinations commencing from June 1, at 850 examination centres in the country and 32 centres abroad.

IGNOU launches online admission system

 Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) in its efforts towards offering learner-friendly services has launched an Online Admission System (OAS).

IGNOU reaching out to new groups with French language program

The Regional Centre of Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) here has decided to conduct French language classes in Nagpur before it is developed as a Smart City with support from France.

Workshop on human rights issues for RPF personnel held

 A special two-day workshop on human rights issues was conducted for senior officers of the Railway Protection Force (RPF) here last week.

CSWs enrolled in IGNOU study programme

Nagpur: The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) which has succeeded in imparting education to jail inmates has now reached the infamous lanes of the red light area in the city.

Death row convict Yakub Memon pursuing PG course

Death row convict Yakub Abdul Razak Memon, a key conspirator with Dawood Ibrahim in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case whose execution was stayed by the Supreme Court last week, is appearing for MA (Political Science) examination in the central jail here.

87 prisoners appear for IGNOU final exam in Odisha

Altogether 87 inmates of several jails in southern Odisha have appeared for the Indira Gandhi National Open University`s (IGNOU) term-end examinations.