IGNOU B.Ed Result 2018 has beem declared by Indira Gandhi National Open University. The Result of IGNOU B.Ed Entrance Exam 2018 held on September 24, 2017 can be checked by online mode from the official website of IGNOU. For the purpose of checking the results, candidates who had appeared in exam, can login using enrolment number that was issued with admit card of IGNOU B.Ed 2018. The selection of candidates for admission in B.Ed program will be on the basis of their performance in the entrance examination. The selected candidate will then have to pay the requisite amount of the Program fee by DD. Qualified candidates must go through verification of documents. University issues result cards after the declaration of IGNOU B.Ed Results.
The number of seats of each Program Study Centers (PSC) for B.Ed is limited to 50 only. Get here complete details of IGNOU B.Ed Result (January) 2018 such as how to check result, the procedure for admission etc in the article below.
IGNOU B.Ed. Result 2018 – January 2018
Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has announced the B.Ed Entrance Test Result. Candidates who have appeared for the test can check their result to know their qualifying / non-qualifying status. Keep Enrollment Number handy. Candidate can check here the expected schedule for the declaration of IGNOU B.Ed Result 2018.
|IGNOU B.Ed 2018 exam date||24 Sep 2017|
|Declaration of IGNOU B.Ed Result 2018||12 Jan 2018|
Result: Click Here to check the result IGNOU B.Ed 2018 exam.
Official website: www.ignou.ac.in.
How to check IGNOU B.Ed 2018 Result?
The candidates who appeared for the entrance exam can check their result for IGNOU B.Ed 2018 by simply following the instructions below:
- Click on the direct link which will be given on this page to check the result.
- Enter Enrollment Number as given on the admit card and submit the details.
- The IGNOU BED results will appear in a merit list.
After the Result is Announced
The candidate who will make through the merit list will be shortlisted for the B.ED programme. Such candidates will receive an acknowledgement letter from IGNOU – this is referred to as the “offer letter” from the university’s regional centre. On receiving the offer letter, candidate need to submit the original documents to the university for verification. Also, applicant need to submit the program fee in order to secure seat for admission in B.Ed programme.
IGNOU B.Ed January 2018 Result Card
Result cards indicating qualifying/non qualifying status in the entrance test would be despatched from SED. Division, IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi-110068 to all the candidates who appear for the examination. In case any candidate does not receive the Result Card, he may approach the Regional Director, IGNOU of his Region. Those who have qualifying status will submit their programme fee Rs. 50,000/- by means of Demand Draft drawn in favour of IGNOU, payable at the city where Regional Centre is situated. Such candidates will also submit the original call letter and the score card to the Regional Centre with the DD representing fee, latest by the last date intimated to them by Regional Centre concerned. The result will be available with IGNOU Regional Centre within 5 weeks from the date of examination.
Relaxed qualifying standards would be applied to SC/ST physically handicapped and female candidates. In case you have not indicated the category (SC/ST) you belong to, you will be considered as a general candidate. Similarly, if there is no indication regarding male/female no relaxation in qualifying standard if any will be admissible. You will be responsible for the accuracy in indications made by you in the B. Ed admission form and no reveiw will be possible.
The Indira Gandhi National Open University is a distance learning national university which was established in the year 1985, with a budget of $20 million.
IGNOU is run by the central government and has seized to gain tremendous attention from distance learning students from all around the country. The university is noted for students that are in majority either working class, stay at home housewives or young students that are preparing for competitive exams but need to attain bachelor’s degree.