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IGNOU December 2018: Examination Admit cards to release shortly


Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) will release the hall ticket for the December 2018 examinations after November 25, as per an official. The candidates who will appear for the examinations can download the admit card through the official website The examinations is scheduled to be conducted from December 1 to 31.

IGNOU admit cards 2018, here’s how to download:

Step 1: Visit the official website mentioned above

Step 2: Click on the ‘Admit card for December 2018 exam’ link that is flashing towards the middle of the homepage

Step 3: A new page will open giving options for the admit card

Step 4: Click on it

Step 5: Enter 9 digit enrollment number and click on submit

Step 6: The admit card will be appeared on the screen

Step 7: Download and take a print out of it.

The candidates are advised to download the hall ticket by entering their name/date of birth and report to the examination centre. In case candidates are unable to download the hall ticket, they can contact the regional centre and obtain the information of examination centre allocated.They need to bring a proof of submission of the entrance test application form along with recent passport size photograph.



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