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October 13, 2009

Admissions at IGNOU for January session are on in full swing

New Delhi:Admissions for January session 2010 to all 310 programmes at Indira Gandhi National Open University advertised in national dailies on May 24, 2009, are on in full swing. Thirteen (13) more programmes have been added to the list for the January session, taking the number of programmes on offer to 323. The campus and its Regional Centres are humming with hectic activities.

Mr K Laxman, who looks after the students registration, said today that applications for admissions without any Late Fee will be received till 31 October 2009 for the January 2010 session at all regional centres as well as at the concerned schools. Those who would miss the last date may still apply for enrolment till November 30, 2009 with a late fee of Rs 200 only.

Prospectuses will be available at all the Regional Centres as well as the counter at the Headquarters.

Many programmes in areas like Tourism, Hospitality, Optometry, Education Technology, Fashion, Merchandising, Textiles, Folklore, Aqua-culture, BPO, Actuarial Science, Animation, Aviation etc. are among the newly developed programmes on offer. These are for studies at various levels, from Diploma to PhD.

Details of programmes, eligibility of admissions, names and contact numbers of programme coordinators with their email address are all printed in the prospectuses. Students will also be able to access all these information in the website,

IGNOU has ensured that a student can walk-in for admission anytime of the year. They can also register online for any programme according to their suitability of time and eligibility.

Admissions to Community Colleges registered with IGNOU are also open. Over 100 Community Colleges have registered with IGNOU since the launch of the scheme on July 4 last. Out of these, admissions are being granted to 58 Community Colleges at present. In all 9,111 students have taken admission in these 58 colleges, said Laxman. Students intake and launch of programmes at other Community Colleges are in progress, he added.

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