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IGNOU opens online portal for re-registration for January 2024 session
12/5/2023 10:02:51 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Dec 5: Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has started the online portal for re-registration for January 2024 academic session. The re-registration is meant for already registered/enrolled learners who are eligible to register for next year or semester.
To enroll in the next year or semester, learners need to fill and submit the IGNOU re-registration January 2024 form by the submission deadline which has been fixed for 29th January, 2024. The students who did not attempt the term-end examinations or did not submit their assignment can still apply for re-registration for January 2024 provided the minimum programme duration is achieved and programme validity has not expired.
The learners can apply for IGNOU re-registration January 2024 by visiting the official website of the IGNOU www.ignou.ac.in. The direct link for online re-registration is https://onlinerr.ignou.ac.in/ which can be accessed under the drop-down menu option "Register Online>>Re-registration" on IGNOU website front page.
In case any learner has forgotten his/her User ID or password or has changed the registered mobile number at later stages and is not able to log in to re-register, he/she must approach the Regional Centre or drop a mail on [email protected] with the request to reset the password.
In case online payment made by any learner does not get updated, do not make the second payment immediately. Learners must wait for a day, check the payment status and then decide further course of action. Learners are advised not to wait for the last date for submission of re-registration form since the servers get heavily overloaded towards the last date of online submission due to huge rush.
"Learners must exercise due caution in making online transactions and as far as possible must use their own card/net banking to make payment and in case the learners are using third-party services (cybercafé or some other outlet) for submission of re-registration form, they must ensure that the courses have been correctly chosen and payment of programme fee has been made successfully. Do not forget to obtain a printout of the form submitted and payment confirmation", said Dr. Jai Prakash Verma, Regional Director.
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