IGNOU Announces 15% Fee Refund For Students Who Opt For e-Study Material

The digitized version of the study material is available at e-Gyankosh, a national repository for the digital learning resources developed by Open and Distance Learning Institutions in the country.

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IGNOU Announces 15% Fee Refund For Students Who Opt For e-Study Material

IGNOU Digitizes Study Material. Announces 15% Fee Refund For Those Who Opt


New Delhi: 

In a bid to encourage students for opting e-study material, the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has announced 15% refund on programme fees. The Open University, has decided that as an 'incentive', it will refund the fees to those students who opt for digital study material instead of the printed ones. Candidates who have taken admission in July 2018 session can either give their option online or else can also submit the same at their respective regional centre. Click here to submit it online.

The e-study material is available on Google Play as IGNOU e-content.

The digitized version of the study material is available at e-Gyankosh, a national repository for storing the digital learning resources developed by Open and Distance Learning Institutions in the country.

Click here for direct link to IGNOU e-study material.

The study material is available department wise: for a total of 22 departments under IGNOU, the study materials are again available, categorically, under different programmes and disciplines. Students can also browse by title, author, subject and date.

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For each member, a personal page can be generated, called DSpace. In order to search, candidates need not include words like 'and', 'for', 'if', etc. Here's the detailed guideline on how to search on e-Gyankosh.

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