Last date to apply for IGNOU MPhil and PhD is March 25

IGNOU MPhil and PhD is March 25 – The application process of the MPhil and PhD from Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) have just begun, while the last date to apply online is March 25 and the courses will begin from July this year, as per IE report. Interested and eligible candidates can visit the official website and apply,

Applicants will have to clear an entrance examination for admission to the same. The exam will be conducted on April 7, 2019.  M.Phil. Programmes are available in Chemistry, Commerce, Journalism and Mass Communication, Translation Studies and Ph.D Programmes in Bio-Chemistry, Chemistry, Commerce, English, Education, Environmental Science, Fine Arts, Gender and Development Studies, Geology, Hindi, Journalism and Mass Communication, Management, Music, Rural Development, Social work, Statistics, Translation Studies, Women’s Studies.

Steps to Apply

  • Visit the official website,
  • Click on ‘entrance exam’ under ‘Register online’ on the main tab
  • A PDF will open, click on ‘online registration for PhD/ MPhil
  • Click on ‘register yourself’
  • Click on ‘Declaration’ then ‘I agree and proceed’
  • Fill form
  • Make Payment

The IGNOU Research Programs are offered (Regular Mode) in strict compliance with University Grants Commission (Minimum Standards and Procedure for Award of Ph.D./M.Phil. Degrees) Regulations, 2016.

The mandate of the University is to:

  • Provide access to higher education to all segments of the society
  • Offer high-quality, innovative and need-based programmes at different levels, to all those who require them
  • Reach out to the disadvantaged by offering programmes in all parts of the country at affordable costs
  • Promote, coordinate and regulate the standards of education offered through open and distance learning in the country

The University has made a significant mark in the areas of higher education, community education and continuing professional development. The University has been networking with reputed public institutions and private enterprises for enhancing the educational opportunities being offered by it. As a world leader in distance education, it has been conferred with awards of excellence by the Commonwealth of Learning (COL), Canada, several times.

The University is committed to quality in teaching, research, training and extension activities, and acts as a national resource centre for expertise and infrastructure in the ODL system. The University has established the Centre for Extension Education, National Centre for Disability Studies and National Centre for Innovation in Distance Education, to focus on specific learner groups and enrich the distance learning system.

With the launch of EduSat (a satellite dedicated only to education) on 20th September 2004 and the establishment of the Inter-University Consortium, the University has ushered in a new era of technology-enabled education in the country. All the regional centres and high enrollment study centres have been provided with active two-way video-conferencing network connectivity, which has made it possible to transact interactive digital content.

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