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INDIRA GANDHI NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY MAIDAN GARHI, NEW DELHI-110068

APPLICATION FORM AND GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS FOR BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (B. Ed.) (Recognised by NCTE) January, 2014

Last date to submit filled-in application form to the concerned Regional Centre (The form sent to any other office of the university will not be entertained).

15th July, 2013

Date of Entrance Test - 18th August, 2013

Price : Rs. 1000/- (Including Registration Fee) (Rs. 1000/- at counter and Rs. 1050/- by post)

CONTENTS Page No. 1.

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY

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2.

UNIVERSITY RULES

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3.

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

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4.

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (B.Ed.) PROGRAMME

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5.

ANNEXURES

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6.

INFORMATION HANDOUT FOR ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING IN THE APPLICATION FORM

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APPLICATION FORM

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1. ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY 1.1 Introduction Indira Gandhi National Open University came into being on September 20, 1985, by an Act of Parliament (1985) to achieve the following objectives: 

democratizing higher education by taking education to the doorsteps of the learners;



providing access to high quality education to all those who seek it irrespective of age, region, religion and gender;



offering need-based academic programmes by giving professional and vocational orientation to the courses;



as an apex body, setting and maintaining standards in distance education in the country.



promoting and developing distance education in India.

1.2 Special Features 

International jurisdiction



Flexible admission rules



Induvidualised study: flexibility in terms of place, pace and duration of study



Use of latest information and communication technologies



Nationwide student support service network



Cost-effective programmes



Modular approach to programmes



Resources sharing,collaboration and networking with Conventional Universities,Open Universities and other Institutions/Organisations



Socially and academically relevant programmes based on students need analysis



Convergence of open and conventional education systems



Relaxed entry regulations



Study according to your own pace and convenience



Flexibility in choosing the combination of courses from a wide range of disciplines



Study from your own chosen place



You may also pursue your study in any other university while being a learner of IGNOU.

1.3 Important Achievements 

IGNOU is the First University in India to Launch Convergence as well as Community College Scheme.



Emergence of IGNOU as the largest Open University in the World.



Recognition as Centre of Excellence in Distance Education by the Commonwealth of Learning (1993). 3



Award of Excellence for Distance Education Materials by Commonwealth of Learning (1999).



Launch of a series of 24 hour Educational Channels ‘Gyan Darshan’. IGNOU is the nodal agency for these channels and regular transmissions are done from the studio at EMPC, IGNOU.



Student enrolment has doubled in four years from 1.5 million to over 3 million.



UNESCO declared IGNOU as the largest institution of higher learning in the world in 2010.



On spot delivery of study material to students.



Largest network of learning support system.



Declaration of Term-end result within 45 days.



Increase in academic programme from 338 to 490 within a year.

1.4 Schools of Studies In order to develop inter-disciplinary studies, the university operates through Schools of Studies rather than departments. Each school is headed by a Director who arranges to plan, supervise, develop and organise its academic programmes and courses in coordination with the school faculty and the different academic, administrative and service wings of the university. The Schools of Studies in operation currently are: 

School of Computer & Information Sciences



School of Continuing Education



School of Education



School of Engineering & Technology



School of Health Sciences



School of Humanities



School of Management Studies



School of Sciences



School of Social Sciences



School of Law



School of Agriculture



School of Journalism and New Media Studies



School of Gender and Development Studies



School of Tourism Hospitality Service Sectoral Management



School of Interdisciplinary and Trans-disciplinary Studies



School of Social Work



School of Vocational Education and Training



School of Extension and Development Studies



School of Foreign Languages



School of Translation Studies and Training



School of Performing & Visual Arts 4

Some of the other Centres and Units which in coordination with the academic, administrative and service wings have developed very useful and educative courses/programmes, are as follows. 

National Centre for Disability Studies (NCDS)



Centre for Corporate Education, Training and Consultancy (CCETC)



Centre for Extension Education (CEE)



Advanced Centre for Informatics and Innovative Learning (ACIIL)



Chair for Sustainable Development (CSD)



National Cenre for Innovations in Distane Education(NCIDE)



Indian Sign Language Research & Training Centre (ISLRTC)

The emphasis is on providing a wide choice of courses at different levels.

1.5 Academic Programmes The university offers both short-term and long-term academic programmes leading to certificates, diplomas and degrees, covering conventional as well as innovative programmes. Most of these programmes have been developed after an initial survey of the demand for such studies. They are launched in order to fulfil the students’ need for: 

certification,



improvement of skills,



acquisition of professional qualifications,



continuing education and professional development at work place,



self-enrichment,



diversification and updation of knowledge, and



empowerment.

1.6 Course Preparation Learning materials are specially prepared by teams of experts drawn from different institutions and universities all over the country as well as in-house faculty. These materials are scrutinised by content experts, supervised by the instructors/unit designers and edited by language experts before they are finally sent for printing. Similarly, audio and video cassettes are produced in consultation with course writers, in-house faculty and producers. The material thus prepared is previewed and reviewed by the faculty as well as outside media experts and edited or modified, wherever necessary, before they are finally despatched to the students, study centres and telecast through Gyan Darshan.

1.7 Credit System The university follows the “Credit System” for most of its programmes. Each credit is of 30 hours of study comprising all learning activities. A four-credit course, for instance, involves 120 study hours. The course weightage is expressed in terms of credits. This helps the learner to understand the academic effort one has to put in, in order to successfully complete a course. Completion of an academic programme (degree, diploma or certificate) requires successful clearing of assignments, term-end examinations of each course in a programme and practical components.

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1.8 Support Services In order to provide individualised support to its learners, the university has a large number of study centres throughout the country. These are coordinated by 30 Regional Centres. At the study centres, the learners interact with the Academic Counsellors and their peer groups, refer to books in the library, watch/listen to video/audio cassettes and interact with the Coordinator on administrative and academic matters. The support services are also provided through work centres, programme centres and skill development centres.

1.9 Programme Delivery The methodology of instruction in this university is different from that of the conventional universities. The Open University System is more learner-oriented, and the learner is an active participant in the teaching-learning process. Most of the instruction is imparted through distance mode rather than face-to-face communication. The university follows a multi-media approach for instruction. It consists of : a) Self-instructional printed material b) Audio-visual material c) Counselling sessions/contact programmes d) Teleconferencing e) Practicals f) Practical handbooks g) Interactive radio counselling (IRC); Gyan Vani and Gyan Darshan

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UNIVERSITY RULES

The University reserves the right to change the rules from time to time. However, latest rules will be applicable to all the students irrespective of year of registration.

2.1 Educational Qualifications Awarded by Private Institutions Any educational qualification awarded by the Private Universities established under the provisions of the “Chhattisgarh Niji Kshetra Vishwavidylaya (Sathapana Aur Viniyaman), Adhiniyam, 2002” are non existent and cannot be made the basis of admission to higher studies with IGNOU.

2.2 Incomplete and Late Applications Incomplete application forms/Re-registration forms, received after due date or having wrong options of courses or electives or false information, will be summarily rejected without any intimation to the learners. The learners are, therefore, advised to fill the relevant columns carefully and enclose the copies of all the required certificates duly attested by a Gazetted Officer. The form is to be submitted to the Regional Director concered ONLY on or before the due date. The application form sent to other offices of the University will not be considered and the applicant will have no claim whatsoever on account of this.

2.3 Validity of Admission Learners offered admission have to join on or before the due dates specified by the University. In case they want to seek admission for the next session, they have to apply afresh and go through the admission process again. 6

2.4 Simultaneous Registration Students who are already enrolled in a programme of one year or longer duration can also simultaneously register themselves for any certificate programme of 6 months duration. However, if there is any clash of dates of counselling or examination schedule between the two programmes taken, University will not be in a position to make adjustment.

2.5 Validity of Degree for Admission 2.5.1 Master’s Degree awarded without a first degree is not recognised for purposes of admission to IGNOU’s Academic Programmes. 2.5.2 Similarly, degrees acquired from an ‘Off Campus’ Centre of Private Universities outside the territorial jurisdiction of the concerned State is also not recognized for purposes of admission to IGNOU's academic programmes unless it has specific approval of the Distance Education Council.

2.6 Counselling and Examination Centre All study centres, Programme study centre, special study centres are not Examination centres. Practical Examination need not necesarily be held at the centre where the learner has undergone counselling or practicals. Regular counselling sessions will be conducted at the learner support centres provided the number of learners for a particular course is equal to or more than 10. If the number is less than 10 then in place of regular counselling, intensive counselling sessions will be held which essentially means that 40% of the number of prescribed counselling sessions are to be conducted within a weeks time.

2.7 Change/Correction of Address There is a printed card for change/correction of address which is dispatched along with the study material. In case there is any correction/change in the address, the learners are advised to make use of proforma provided in the Programme Guide and send it to the Regional Director concerned who will forward the request after verifying the student’s signature to SRD, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi - 110068. Requests received directly will not be entertained. The form of change of address can also be downloaded from IGNOU Website www.ignou.ac.in. Learners are advised not to write letters to any other officer in the University in this regard. Normally, it takes 4-6 weeks to effect the change. Therefore, the learners are advised to make their own arrangements to redirect the mail to the changed address during this period. In case a change of Study Centre is desired, the learners are advised to fill the proforma and address it to the Regional Centre concerned. Since counselling facilities are not available for all Programmes at all the centres, learners are advised to make sure that counselling facilities are available, for the subject he/she has chosen, at the new centre opted for. Request for change of Study Centre is normally accepted subject to availability of seat for the programme at the new centre asked for. Change of Address and Study Centre are not permitted until admissions are finalized.

2.8 Change of Region Change of Study Centre/Regional Centre is not permissible in programmes where practical components are involved, like B.Ed., M.Ed. etc.

2.9 Foreign Students Foreign students residing in India are eligible to seek admission in IGNOU programmes who have valid student visa for the minimum duration of the programme. Such students are required to remit the fee at par with foreign students (fee structure of foreign students 7

could be downloaded from the website www.ignou.ac.in). Admission of foreign students residing in India will be processed by the International Division of the University after ensuring their antecedents from the Ministry of External Affairs/Ministry of Human Resourse Development. Programmes with limited number of seats are not offered for foreign students.

2.10 Reservation The University provides reservation of seats for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, noncreamy layer of OBC, War Widows, Kashmiri Migrants and Physically Handicapped learners, as per the Government of India rules, for admission to its various programmes. However, submission of forged certificate under any category shall lead not only cancellation of admission but also be legally implicated as per Govt. of India rules.

2.11 Term-end Examination The University conducts Term-end Examination twice a year in the month of June and December every year. Students will be permitted to appear in Term-end Examination subject to the condition that registration for the courses in which they wish to appear is valid. Maximum time to pursue the programme is not elapsed and they have also submitted the required number of assignment(s), if any, in those courses by the due date. Examination Fee



Examination fee of Rs. 60/- per course is required to be paid through Bank Draft in favour of IGNOU payable at Delhi. The examination forms are available at all the Study Centres and Regional Centres. Students can also submit on-line examination form as per guidelines through IGNOU website at www.ignou.ac.in. Examination Centre



Normally the study centre is the examination centre. However, a student is required to fill the exam centre code in the examination form. For the purpose, you are advised to go through the list of study centres available in the Student Handbook and Prospectus/Programme Guide. In case any student wish to take examination at a particular centre, the code of the chosen centre be filled up as examination centre code. However, examination centre chosen by a student if is not activated, the University will allot another examination centre under the same Region. Date of Submission of Examination Forms



JUNE, TEE

DECEMBER, TEE

LATE FEE

WHERE TO SUBMIT THE FORM

1 st Sept to 30 th Sept

NIL

IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi-110068

1 April to 20 April

1 st Oct to 20 th Oct

Rs. 300/-

or at the concerned Regional Centre

21 st April to 15 th May

21 st Oct to 15 th Nov

Rs. 500/-

For outside Delhi students (Concerned

Rs. 1000/-

Regional Centre) For Delhi Stud ents (IGNO U, M aidan Garhi, New Delhi-110068 or at the concerned Regional Centre)

1 st March to 31 st March st

th

th

th

16 May to 28 May

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th

16 Nov to 26 Nov

To avoid discrepancies in filling up examination form/hardship in appearing in the term-end examination students are advised to: 1.

remain in touch with your Study Centre/Regional Centre/Student Evaluation Division for change in schedule of submission of examination form/fee if any;

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it is advisable that students fill-up the examination form without waiting for the result of 8

the previous examination. No examination fee is required to be paid for the courses for which the student appeared in the preceding TEE and the result has not been declared on the date of submission of the Examination form. However, if the student cannot successfully secure minimum pass marks in the preceding TEE and appears in the current TEE, he/she will have to pay examination fee for such courses. 3.

fill up all the particulars carefully and properly in the examination form to avoid rejection/ delay in processing of the form;

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retain proof of mailing/submission of examination form till you receive examination hall ticket.



Issue of Examination Hall Ticket

University issues Examination Hall Ticket to the student’s atleast two week before the commencement of Term-end Examination. The same could also be downloaded from the University’s website www.ignou.ac.in. In case any student fails to receive the Examination Hall Ticket within one week before the commencement of the examination, the student can download the hall ticket from the website and approach the exam centre for appearing in the exam by producing his/her IGNOU identity card..

2.12 Disputes on Admission and Other University Matters The place of jurisdiction of filing of suit, if necessary, will be only New Delhi/Delhi.

2.13 Recognition IGNOU Degrees/Diplomas/Certificates are recognized by all member Universities of Association of India Universities (AIU) and are at par with Degrees/Diplomas/Certificates of all Indian Universities/Institutions, as per UGC Circular letter no. F.1-52/2000(CPP-II) dated 5th May, 2004, AIU Circular No. EV/11(449/94/176915-177115 dated January 14, 1994 & AICTE Circular No. AICTE/Academic/MOU-DEC/2005 dated May 13, 2005.

2.14 Study Material and Assignments The University sends study materials and assignments wherever prescribed to the students by registered post and if a student does not receive the same for any reason whatsoever, the University shall not be held responsible for that. In case a student wants to have assignments, he can obtain a copy of the same from the Study Cenre or may download it from the IGNOU website: www.ignou.ac.in. In case of non-receipt of study material students are requested to write to concerned RC.

2.15 Change of Elective/Course Change in Elective/Course is permitted within 30 days from the receipt of first set of course material on payment of Rs. 200/- for a 4 credit course and Rs. 400/- for 6/8 credit course in B.Ed. programme. The request for change of Elective/Course should be addressed to concerned Regional Centre. The student is required to return the study material already received to concerned Regional Centre by registered post or in person.

2.16 Change of Medium Change of medium is permitted within 30 days from the receipt of first set of study materials 9

in the First Year only on payment of Rs. 200/- plus Rs. 200/- per 2/4 credit course and Rs. 400/- per 6/8 credit course. No change is permissible in 2nd year. The request for change of medium should be addressed to concerned Regional Centre only. The student is required to return the study materials already received to concerned Regional Centre.

2.17 Re-admission The student can take re-admission of any left over courses after the expiry of maximum duration of 4 years. The re-admission period is 2 years from the date of completion of maximum duration. No re-admission is allowed to any course after the expiry of six years from the date of first registration. The request for re-admission should be addressed to SRD, Maidan Garhi, only with pro-rata fee of Rs. 1600/- per course.

2.18 Early Declaration of Result In order to facilitate the students, who have got offer of admission for higher study and/ or selected for employment etc. and are required to produce statement of marks/ grade cards by a specified given date, which is before the prescribed dates of declaration of the University’s results, the University arranges early processing of their answer scripts and declaration of their results. The students are required to apply in prescribed application form with fee of Rs.700/per course by means of demand draft drawn in favour of IGNOU and payable at city where Regional Centre is situated. New Delhi alongwith attested photocopy of offer of admission/ employment. They can submit their request for early declaration before the commencement of the term-end examination i.e. before 1st June and 1st December respectively. The University, in such cases, will make arrangement for early precessing of answer scripts and declare the result as a special case possibly within a month time from the date of conduct of examination. Application for early declaration, for the reasons such as to apply for recruitment/higher study/ post and promotion purpose etc. will not be entertained. Early declaration of result is permissible in term-end examination only and not in Practicals/Lab courses, Project, Workshop, Assignment and Seminar etc. A sample prescribed application form with rules and regulations in detail for this purpose is given in the student hand book & prospectus and also made available at University’s website www. ignou. ac. in

2.19 Re-evaluation of Answer Script(s) The students, who are not satisfied with the marks/ grade awarded to them in Term-end Examination may apply for re-evaluation before 31st March for result of December term-end examination and 30th September for result of June term-end examination or within one month from the date of declaration of results i.e. the date on which the results are made available on the University’s website on payment of Rs.500/- per course by means of demand draft drawn in favour of IGNOU and payable at city where Regional centre is situated in the prescribed application form. The better of the two scores of original marks/grades and marks/ grades after re-evaluation will be considered and updated in students’ record. Re-evaluation is permissible in term-end examination only and not in Practicals/Lab courses, Project, Workshop, Assignment and Seminar etc. A sample prescribed application form with rules and regulations in detail for this purpose is given in the student hand book & prospectus and also made available at University’s website www. ignou. ac. in 10

2.20 Improvement in Division/Class The students of Bachelor’s/ Master’s degree programme, who have completed the programme and wish to improve their Division/ Class may do so by appearing in term-end examination. The eligibility is as under:a)

The students of Bachelor’s /Master’s degree programme, who fall short of 2% marks to secure 2nd and 1st division.

b)

The students of Master’s degree programme only, who fall short of 2% marks to secure overall 55% marks.

Students may apply in the prescribed application form from 1st to 30th April for June term-end examination and from 1st to 31st October for December term-end examination alongwith fee @ Rs. 500/- per course by means of demand draft drawn in favour of IGNOU and payable at New Delhi. The improvement is permissible in term-end examination only and not in Practicals/Lab courses, Project, Workshop, Assignment and Seminar etc. A sample prescribed application form with rules and regulations in detail for this purpose is given in the student hand book & prospectus and also made available at University’s website www. ignou. ac. in

2.21 Photocopy of the evaluated answer script The students may obtain the photocopy of the evaluated answer scripts for the term-end examination on request. They may apply in the prescribed application form from 1st March to 15th April for June Term-end Examination and from 1st September to 15th October for December Term- end Examination alongwith the requisite fee of Rs. 100/- per course by means of demand draft drawn in favour of ‘IGNOU’ and payable at city where Regional Centre is situated. A sample prescribed application form with rules and regulations in detail for this purpose is given in the students hand book & prospectus and also made available at University’s website www. ignou. ac. in.

2.22 Refund of Fee Fee once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances. It is also not adjustable against any other programme of this University. However, in cases where University denies admission, the programme fee will be refunded after deduction of registration fee through A/c Payee Cheque only.

2.23 Scholarship and Reimbursement of Fee 6.11 Scholarships and Reimbursement of Fee The learners belonging to reserved Categories, viz.Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Physically Handicapped have to pay the full fee at the time of admission to the University along with other general category candidates. The learners belonging to above categories admitted to IGNOU Programme(s) are eligible for Government of India Scholarships. They are advised to collect Scholarship from the Directorate of Social Welfare or from the Office of the Social Welfare Officer of their State, fill it up and submit the duly completed Scholarship Form to the Regional Director at the Regional Centre (where he/she stand admitted/registered for the programme, he/she applied for admission) for necessary certification by the Regional Director. After the above certification, the Scholarship Form be collected from the Regional Centre and re-submitted at the office of the Social Welfare Officer or Directorate of Social Welfare in their State, as the case may be, for scholarship or reimbursement of Programme Fee. Scholarship scheme of National Centre for Promotion of Employment of Disabled People (NCPEDP) for Post Graduate level programmes is applicable to the students of this University also. Such students are advised to apply to awarding authority directly. 11

2.23 Issue of official transcript The students may also obtain ‘Official Transcript’for submission to the Overseas or Indian Institutes/ Universities on request. They may apply in the prescribed form by paying the requisite fee as under by means of demand draft in favour of ‘IGNOU’ and payable at ‘New Delhi’:1.

Rs. 200/- per transcript, if it is to be sent to the student/institutes in India.

2.

Rs. 400/- per transcript, if required to be sent to the Institutes out side India by the University.

A sample prescribed application form with rules and regulations in detail for this purpose is given in the students hand book & prospectus and also made available at University’s website www. ignou.ac.in.

2.24 IGNOU Policy regarding sexual harassment at the workplace In compliance with the guidelines of the Supreme Court, IGNOU has adopted a policy that aims to prevent/prohibit/punish sexual harassment of women at the workplace. Academic/non-academic staff and students of this University come under its purview. Information on this policy, rules and procedures can be accessed on the IGNOU website (www.ignou.ac.in). Incidents of sexual harassment may be reported to the Regional Director of the Regional Centre you are attached to or to any of the persons below:

2.25 Correction/Change of Name/Surname of Learner Spelling mistakes, if any, committed at the time of data entry stage will be rectified at the Regional Centre and corrected data transmitted to Student Registration Division for updating in the database. However, Learners are expected to write their correct name (as indicated in the High School Certificate) in the Admission Form. In case any change in the name (other than the one mentioned in his/her High School Certificate), then it is mandatory for the prospective learners to furnish legal evidence of having changed his/her name/surname while submitting the admission form. For Change of Name/Surname, after confirmation of admission, the learners are required to submit the following documents at the Regional Centre, for onward transmission to Registrar,SRD: i)

Original copy of Notification in a daily newspaper notifying the change of name;

ii)

Affidavit, in original, on non-judicial Stamp Paper of the appropriate value sworn in before 1st Class Magistrate specifying the change in the name;

iii)

Marriage Card/ Marriage Certificate in case of women candidates for change in surname;

iv) Gazette Notification, in original, reflecting the change of name/surname; v)

Demand Draft of Rs.200/- drawn in favour of IGNOU payable at New Delhi.

Request for correction and/or change of Name/Surname will be entertained only before completion of the programme. KVS Employees As per agreement with KVS, 100 no of students are entitled to get 50% fee concession in the programmes offered by university during a year. All the KVS employee seeking admission in any programme of the university are requested to forward their application through their respective institutions directly to Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan, New Delhi for onward transmission to SRD, HQ, New Delhi. SRD Shall forward these applications to their respective Regional Centres for necessary scrutiny.

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IGNOU POLICY REGARDING SEXUAL HARASSMENT AT THE WORKPLACE In compliance with the guidelines of the Supreme Court, IGNOU has adopted a policy that aims to prevent/ prohibit/punish sexual harassment of women at the workplace. Academic/non-academic staff and students of this University come under its purview. Information on this policy, rules and procedures can be accessed on the IGNOU website (www.ignou.ac.in). Incidents of sexual harassment may be reported to the Regional Director of the Regional Centre you are attached to or to any of the persons below: Formulation of New Committees against Sexual Harassment in the University (RSDCASH, ICASH & ACASH) As per the IGNOU Rules and Procedures for the Prevention, Prohibition and Punishment of Sexual Harassment, adopted by the Board of Management at its 102nd meeting held on 14.10.2009, the VIceChancellor is pleased to re-constitute the following three committees: I. Regional Services Divisioin Committee against Sexual Harassment (RSDCASH) Category: Academic Staff i) Dr. Asha Khare, Dy. Director, EDNER Chairperson ii) Dr. Neeta Kapai, Dy. Director, CCETC Member (Member continuing from outgoing RSDCASH) Category: Non-teaching Staff Member i) Ms. Seema Chandok, Dy. Librarian, Library Div. Member ii) Ms. Shards, JAT, Gen. Admn. Member Category: External co-opted women member: i) Ms. Mridula Tandon (Sakshi NGO) Member II.

IGNOU Committee against Sexual Harassment (ICASH) Category: Academic Staff - 4 members i) Prof. Srilatha, Prefessor, SOMS ii) Prof. Malati Mathur, Professor, SOH (Member continuing from outgoing (ICASH) iii) Ms. Poonam Bhushan, Associate Professor, SOE iv) Prof. Dolly Mathew, Professor, SOSS Category: Non-teaching Staff i) Ms. Santosh Gogia, AR, SOEDS ii) Ms. Rajni A. Jeet, AR, IUC iii) MR. Praveen Kr. Sharma, SPA, SOPVA iv) Ms. Neelam Rawat, SO, Admn. Category: RTA i) Ms. Sandhya, RTA, SOSS Category: External co-opted women member: i) Ms. Chitra Mudgal (Writer, Novelist) ii) Ms. Kamla Vishvanathan (Jagori NGO)

III. Apex Committee Against Sexual Harassment (ACASH) Category: Academic Staff - 4 members i) Prof. Srilatha, Professor, SOMS, Prof. Anua Aneja, SOGDS Category: Non-teaching Staff i) Dr. Zeba Khan, Dy. Director, EMPC Category: External co-opted women member: i) Ms. Kalyani Menon Sen (Feminist Activist) 13

Chairperson Member

Member Member Member Member Member Member

Chairperson Member Member

PLACEMENT SERVICES In order to further extend learner support services to its geographically distributed student population who are pursuing various IT and Non-IT related Degree, Diploma and Masters programme, the University has recently established the Campus Placement Cell (CPC). The mission and endeavour of CPC is to enhance and facilitate the process of prospecting suitable employment opportunities that are commensurate with the personal profiles of our learners. All students interested in seeking the assistance of CPC for procuring suitable job opportunities are requested to send their current resume/biodata to [email protected] They are further advised to visit our home page www.ignou.ac.in for regular updates on placement related activities.

2.26 PREVENTION OF MALPRACTICE/NOTICE FOR GENERAL PUBLIC Students seeking admission to various academic programmes of Indira Gandhi National Open University are advised to directly contact IGNOU headquarters at New Delhi or Regional Centres of IGNOU only. Students interacting with intermediaries shall do so at their own risk and cost. However, in case of any specific complaint regarding fraudulent institutions, fleecing students etc., please contact any of the following members of the Malpractices Prevention Committee: 1.

Director, Research Unit (Tele: 2953 4336)

2.

Director, SSC (Tele: 2953 5714)

3.

Director, RSD (Tele: 2953 2118)

4.

Registrar, SED (Tele: 2953 5828)

5.

Registrar, SRD (Tele: 2953 2741)

6.

Registrar, MPDD (Tele: 2953 4521)

7.

Deputy Registrar, F&A (Tele: 2953 4934)

8.

Deputy Registrar (SRD) (Tele: 2957 1112)

Alternatively complaints may be faxed on 29536588 29532312. Email : [email protected] Website: http://www.ignou.ac.in Note : Except the above mentioned complaints, no other queries will be entertained at the above phone numbers. As per directions of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India ragging is prohibited. If any incident of ragging comes to the notice of the authority the concerned student shall be given liberty to explain and if his explanation is not found satisfactory, authority would expel him from the University. IGNOU admissions are made strictly on the basis of merit. Only those learners who satisfy the eligibility criteria fixed by the university will be admitted. Learners will not be admitted if they are not eligibile as per the eligibility criteria. Therefore, the candidates should not be mislead by the false promises of admission made by any private individuals or institution.

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3.

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

The functions of the School of Education are within the broad framework of the objectives of IGNOU, i.e., to undertake academic activities pertaining to two major areas. i)

the various aspects of the practice of education as a profession, and

ii) the various branches of education as an academic discipline. The school comprises the following four disciplines: a) Education b) Distance Education c) Educational Technology d) Adult Education The academic programmes being offered by the School are: 

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D)



Master of Arts in Education M.A. (Education)



Master of Education (M.Ed)



Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.)



Post-graduate Diploma in Higher Education (PGDHE)



Post-graduate Diploma in School Leadership and Management (PGDSLM)



Post-graduate Certificate in Professional Development of Teachers (PGCPDT)



Post-graduate Diploma in Educational Technology (PGDET)



Post-graduate Diploma in Educational Management and Administration (PGDEMA)



Diploma in Elementary Education (DEIEd)



Certificate in Guidance (CIG)



Certificate in Elementary Teacher Education (CETE)



Post-graduate Diploma in Pre Primary Education (PGDPPED)

The academic programmes at various stages of development are: 

4.

M.Phil. in Education

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (B.ED.) PROGRAMME

The Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) Programme of IGNOU aims at developing the understanding and competencies required by practising teachers for effective teaching-learning process at the secondary stage. The programme also provides opportunities of sharing experiences gained by practising teachers. It enables in-service teachers to select and organise learning experiences according to the requirement of learners. In addition, it provides knowledge and develops in them an understanding of areas such as educational evaluation, school management, etc. Programme Objectives The programme aims to enable practising teachers to achieve the following objectives: i)

To systematize experiences and strengthen the professional competencies of in-service teachers. 15

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To imbibe knowledge and develop an understanding of the various methods and approaches of organising learning experiences of secondary school students.

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To develop skills required in selecting and organising learning experiences.

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To understand the nature of the learning process.

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To develop skills involved in dealing with the academic and personal problems of learners.

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To acquire knowledge and develop an understanding of the various procedures and techniques of evaluation and their classroom applications.

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To develop skills involved in selecting, developing and using evaluation tools.

viii)

To acquire knowledge and develop an understanding of various aspects of school management.

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To develop competencies for organising various instructional and student support activities.

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To develop an appreciation of the role of the teacher in the prevailing socio-cultural and political system in general and the educational system in particular.

Duration The minimum duration of the programme is two years. However, the maximum period allowed for completion of the programme will be four years. Medium of Instruction English and Hindi Eligibility i) Graduation or Post-Graduation Degree with fifty per cent marks: Provided that the requirement of fifty per cent marks shall not apply to persons appointed as teachers prior to the commencement of the National Council for Teacher Education (Regulations Norms and Procedure) Second Amendment Regulations, 30.3.2010 and Gazette Notification dt. 26.7.2010. ii) Two years’ full time teaching experience on temporary/permanent basis as Primary/Graduate/Post Graduate teacher in a primary, secondary/higher/senior secondary school with registration number recognised by the respective Directorate of Education or Central or State Government or Union Territory. The teacher should be in service at the time of submitting application form as well as at the time of producing the original documents at the Regional Centre. The experience certificate should be issued by the Principal or Headmaster/ Headmistress only. The requisite teaching experience of two years must be completed on or before the last date of submission of application as notified in the advertisement. An attested photocopy of the Recognition and Affiliation Certificate with Registration number issued to the school, Central or a State Government or Union Territory or Directorate of Education must be enclosed at the time of submission of Entrance cum admission form. iii) The reservation for SC/ST/OBC(Non-Creamy Layer) and other categories shall be per the rules of the Central Government. There shall be relaxation of five percent marks in favour of SC/ST/Kashmiri Migrant and other categories of candidates, if any, as per Govt. of India Rules. iv) The candidate should submit their application form only at the concerned Regional Centre under whose jurisdiction/operational area the working school falls. 16

v) Masters’ Degree awarded without a first degree is not accepted for purpose of Academic Studies in IGNOU. vi) As per Government of India Notification dated 7th March, 2013, the concession for the wards of Kashmiri migrants for admission during academic session 201314 shall be adhered to with regard to the following : 1) Relaxation in cut off percentage upto 10% subject to minimum eligibility requirement. 2) Increase in intake capacity upto 5% course wise. 3) Reservation of at least one year in merit quota in technical/professional institutions. 4) Waiving of domicile requirements. Admission Admission shall be done Regional Centre-wise on the basis of the score obtained in the entrance test conducted by IGNOU all over India. The candidate will be required to submit the filled-in application form with attested copy of documents as specified in Entrance-cumAdmission Form (see Employment Certificate). The original documents are to be submitted later after receiving offer letter for admission from the Regional Centre after the entrance test. The change of programme centre outside the Region is not permissible at all. No change of category code shall be entertained from the candidate after the submission of Entrance cum Admission form. Entrance Test The Entrance Test will be held on 18.8.2013 Hall tickets will be provided to the candidates before 10 days of the Entrance Test. In case of non-receipt of Hall Tickets 3 days before the date of Entrance Test, candidates can download Hall Ticket from IGNOU website: www.ignou.ac.in. and report to the Examination Centre for appearing in the Entrance Test. Mere allowing candidates to take Entrance Test would not amount to acceptance of their eligibility for admission to B.Ed. The final admission to the programme shall be subject to their rank in the merit list in the Entrance Test and production of proof of their eligibility alongwith original certificates and programme fee. The number of seats of each PSC is limited to 100 only. The university reserves the right to conduct the examination at different centres/change the examination centre of the candidates without assigning any reason thereof. Programme Fee Rs. 20,000/- for the entire programme in Lump sum in the first year only. Candidates seeking admission to the B.Ed. programme are advised not to pay the fee along with the filled-in application form. They will get a separate communication about their admission and payment of fee. The programme fee should be paid only by way of Demand Draft drawn in favour of IGNOU payable at the city where your Regional Centre is situated. Please write in capital letters your name and the programme to which admission is sought, i.e., B.Ed., on the back of the Demand Draft to ensure proper credit of your fee to the relevant account. Programme Structure The programme is essentially a judicious mix of theory and practical courses to develop knowledge, skills and attitude in practising teachers. Illustrations and cases of relevant situations and activities comprise the core of each course. These are suitably supported by 17

theoretical aspects to the extent needed. Keeping this in view, the programme consists of the following four groups of courses: Group A

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Core Courses

Group B

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Content-based Methodology Courses

Group C

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Special Courses

Group D

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Practical Courses

The programme comprises 56 credits. Course Description Group A: Core Courses (20 Credits) Considering the job requirement of school teachers and the broad programme objectives, the following five core courses of 4 credits each are identified: Course No. Course Code

Course Title

Credits

1.

ES 331

Curriculum and Instruction

4 Credits

2.

ES 332

Psychology of Learning & Development

4 Credits

3.

ES 333

Educational Evaluation

4 Credits

4.

ES 334

Education and Society

4 Credits

5.

ES 335

Teacher and School

4 Credits

* Group B: Content-Based Methodology Course (8 Credits) Considering qualification and teaching experience gained in school subjects, out of the following list of school subjects any two courses (each of 4 Credits) Course No.

Course Code

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. *6.

ES 341 ES 342 ES 343 ES 344 ES 345 BESE 46

Course Title Teaching of Science Teaching of Mathematics Teaching of Social Studies Teaching of English Teaching of Hindi Teaching of Tamil

Credits 4 Credits 4 Credits 4 Credits 4 Credits 4 Credits 4 Credits

Group C : Special Course (4 Credits) Out of the following list, one course has to be opted for : Course No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. *

Course Code ES 361 ES 362 ES 363 ES 364 ES 85

Course Title Educational Technology Computer in Education Guidance and Counselling Distance Education Integral Education

Credits 4 Credits 4 Credits 4 Credits 4 Credits 4 Credits

Teaching of Tamil is on offer for students from the State of Tamilnadu and may continue till further orders.

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Compulsory Courses (8 Credits) The following two courses on HIV/AIDS Education are made compulsory and to be offered in B.Ed II year i.e Jan, 2011 in addition to one optional course from Sl. No. 1 to 4 above. 6.

BESE 65

HIV and AIDS Education

4 Credits

7.

BESE 66

Adolescence and Family Education

4 Credits

Group D: Practical Courses (16 Credits) In this set of courses emphasis is laid on skill development. The practical work is based on the subject-content presented in the various theory courses. The practical experiences are suitably categorised and organised under the following three practical courses: Course No.

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

1.

ES 381

School-based Practicals

4 Credits

2.

ES 382

Workshop-based Practicals

4 Credits

3.

ES 383

Practice Teaching

8 Credits

In addition the above mentioned three practical courses, the programme includes 8 credits of practical assignments of Group A, B, and C courses. Instructional System The B.Ed. programme delivery system includes the multi-media approach, i.e., selfinstructional print material, audio/video components, assignments, counselling sessions and practical work in school and workshops. Printed Material The print materials are the self-instructional materials for both theory and practical components of the programme. It is supplied to the students in the form of blocks. Each block contains 3-5 units. The university sends study material and assignments to the students by registered post and if a student does not receive the same for any reason whatsoever, the university shall not be held responsible for that. Audio and Video Programmes The audio and video programmes are supplementary, meant for clarification and enhancement of understanding. These are used during counselling and workshop sessions at the programme centre. Besides, the video programmes are telecast on the national network of Gyan Darshan. Assignments Assignments are an integral and compulsory component of the instructional system. There are only one tutor-marked assignments for each theory course. These assignments are to be submitted to the programme centre in accordance with the submission schedule provided separately in the programme guide. From June, 2011 Term-End Examination, the University had made the submission of assignments mandatory for issue of hall ticket. Counselling Sessions Generally the counselling sessions will be held at the programmes centres during weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) and long holidays. Within the general schedule of the programme, the coordinators at the programme centres will decide on the conduct of these sessions. The 19

programme centre coordinators will also provide the counselling schedule. The counselling sessions will include clarifications required in the print material and audio/video programmes through active interaction with students. Teleconferencing To provide more clarity and understanding, two-way audio and one-way video facility will be used during teleconferencing at regional centres. Interactive radio counselling and interactive programmes through Gyan Vani and Gyan Darshan will also be made available. Conduct of Practicals Practicals will be held in the schools and teacher training colleges/institutions indentified as Programme Centres. As mentioned earlier, the practical courses consist of school-based, workshop-based practicals, practical oriented assignments and practice teaching. These activities will be conducted in the schools. Besides, two practical workshops of 24 days duration, i.e., 12 days each spreading over 2 years, with intensive face-to-face interaction to develop skills and competencies will also be organised at the Programme Centre or at any other suitable place. The student teachers will have to do practical work and various activities required for the development of teaching skills and competencies in the school under the guidance of the supervisor and principal/headmaster after taking due permission from the school concerned. Overall a student is expected to go through approximately 300 hours of contact time. Evaluation The system of evaluation, both for theory and practical work, is as follows: Theory: For theory courses, evaluation comprises three aspects: a) Self-evaluation exercises within each unit of study (non-credit). b) Continuous evaluation in the form of periodic compulsory assignments. This carries a weightage of 30% for each course. One assignment in each theory course is compulsory. c) The term-end examination has a weightage of 70% of the total for each course. Term-end examinations will be held in June/December every year. But for the candidates of academic year (Jan.-2013), the first term-end examination will be held in December 2013 only for first year courses. The students will be permitted to appear in the term-end examination for the courses of 2nd year only in December 2014. The students are specifically instructed to send Examination Forms as per instructions given on page 8. Practical : For Practical courses, evaluation comprises three aspects: a) Continuous evaluation of school-based activities and practice teaching. b) Evaluation of performance in practical workshops. c) Evaluation of practice teaching. The student will have to obtain at least D grade in each course in both continuous and terminal evaluation separately. However, the overall average should be at least C grade for the successful completion of a course.

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If a student has missed any term-end examination of a course for any reason, he/she may appear in the subsequent term-end examination. This facility will be available until a student secures the minimum pass grade, but only upto a period of four years from the date of registration. The letter grade system is used for grading continuous and terminal examination components. These letter grades are: Letter grade A B C D E

Qualitative level Excellent Very Good Good Satisfactory Unsatisfactory

Point grade

Percent (%)

5 4 3 2 1

80% & above 60-79.9% 50-59.9% 40-49.9% Below 40%

The rounding off decimal pring in Grade card/Mark Sheet to the next mark in case decimal point is between 0.5 and 0.9 and no change in case it is between 0.1 to 0.4. (Please see notification attached). The student will be declared successful if he/she scores at least C grade in theory courses and practical courses separately.

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WHOM TO CONTACT FOR WHAT 1.

Identity Card, Fee Receipt, Bonafide Certificate, Migration, Certificate, Scholarship Forms, change of name, correction of name/address

Concerned Regional Centre

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Non-receipt of study material and assignments

Concerned Regional Centre

3.

Change of Elective/Medium/ opting of left over electives/Deletion of excess credits

Concerned Regional Centre

4.

Schedule/Infomation regarding Exam-form, Entrance Test, Date-sheet, Hall Ticket

Assistant Registrar (Exam.II), SED, Block-12, Room No. 2, IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi-110068 E-mail : [email protected] or Ph. :29536743, 29535924-32 / Extn. : 2202, 2209

5.

Result, Re-evaluation, Grade Card, Provisional Certificate, Early Declaration of Result, Transcript, etc.

Deputy Registrar (Exam-III), SED, IGNOU, Block-12, Room No. 1, IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi-110068 [email protected] or Ph. :29536103, 29535924-32 / Extn. : 2201, 2211, 1316

6.

Non-reflection of Assignment Grades/Marks

Deputy. Registrar, (Assignment) SED, Block-3, Room No. 12, IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi-110068 [email protected] Ph. : 011-29571312, 011-29571319, 011-29571325

7.

Status of Project Reports of all programmes

Asstt(Projects), SED,IGNOU Maidan Garhi, New Delhi-68 Ph.: 011-29532294 Ext. 1313/1320/1321 Email : [email protected]

8.

Original Degree/Diploma/Verfication of Degree/Diploma

Assistant Registrar (Exam.I), SED, , Block 9, IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi - 110068. Ph. : 29535438, 29535924-32 / Extn. : 2224, 2213 email: [email protected]

9.

Re-admission and Credit Transfer

Student Registration Division, Block No. 3, IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi-110068

10.

Student Grievances (SED)

Asstt. Registrar (Student Grievance) SED, Block-3, Room No. 13, IGNOU Maidan Garhi, New Delhi-110068 [email protected] Ph. : 29532294, 29535924 / Extn. : 1313

11.

Purchase of Audio/Video Tapes

Marketing Unit, EMPC, IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi - 110068

12.

Academic Content

Director of the School concerned

13.

Examination Date Sheet

Assistant Registrar (Exam.III), SED, Block-12, Room No. 2, IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi - 110 068

14.

Student Support Services and Student Grievances, pre-admission Inquiry of various courses in IGNOU

Director, Student Service Centre, IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi - 110068 [email protected]:29535714, 29533869Fax: 29533129 Dy.Director, City Centre, YMCA,Tourist Hostel, 1 Jai Singh Road, New Delhi 011-23344914, 011-23344915

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ANNEXURES Appendix I CODES AND ADDRESSES OF REGIONAL CENTRES AND RECOGNIZED REGIONAL CENTRES S.NO

NAME OF RCs

RC CODE

ADDRESS

OPERATIONAL AREA

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AGARTALA

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE M.B.B. COLLEGE COMPOUND P.O. AGARTALA COLLEGE AGARTALA – 799 004 TRIPURA

STATE OF TRIPURA (DISTRICT: DHALAI, NORTH TRIPURA, SOUTH TRIPURA, WEST TRIPURA)

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AHMEDABAD

AIZWAL

ALIGARH

09

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PH.OFF: 0381-2519391 / 2516266 FAX : 0381-2516266 EMAIL : [email protected] REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE OPP. NIRMA INSTT OF TECHNOLOGY SARKHEJ-GANDHINAGAR HIGHWAY CHHARODI AHMEDABAD – 382 481 GUJARAT PH.OFF: 02717-242975 -79 FAX : 02717-241580 EMAIL : [email protected] REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE LAL BULAIA BUILDING M.G. ROAD KHATLA(NEAR CENTRAL YMCA OFF) AIZWAL – 796 001 MIZORAM PH.OFF: 0389-2311693 / 2311692 FAX : 0389-2311789 EMAIL : [email protected] REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE 3/310 MARRIS ROAD ALIGARH – 202 001 UTTAR PRADESH PH.OFF: 0571-2700120 / 2701365 FAX : 0571-2402147 EMAIL : [email protected]

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BANGALORE

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE NSSS KALYANA KENDRA 293, 39TH CROSS, 8TH BLOCK JAYANAGAR BANGALORE - 560 070 KARNATAKA

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STATE OF GUJARAT (DISTRICT: AHMEDABAD, ANAND, BANASKANTHA, BHARUCH, DAHOD, GANDHINAGAR, MEHSANA, PATAN, SABARKANTHA, SURAT, VADODARA, VALSAD, DANG, KHEDA, NARMADA, NAVSARI, PANCHMAHAL, TAPI) DAMAN (U.T.) STATE OF MIZORAM (DISTRICT: AIZWAL, LUNGLEI, KOLASIB, MAMIT, SERCHHIP, SAIHA, CHAMPHAI, LAWNGTLAI)

STATE OF UTTAR PRADESH (DISTRICT: ALIGARH, AGRA, BUDAUN, BULANDSHAHR, ETAH, ETAWAH, FIROZABAD, J.P. NAGAR, KASHIRAM NAGAR/KASGANJ, MAHAMAYA NAGAR/HATHRAS, MAINPURI, MATHURA, MORADABAD AND RAMPUR) STATE OF KARNATAKA (DISTRICT: BANGALORE, BANGALORE RURAL, CHIKBALLAPUR, CHITRADURGA, DAVANAGERE, KOLAR, RAMANAGARA, SHIMOGA, TUMKUR, BAGALKOT,

PH.OFF: 080-26654747 / 26657376 FAX : 080-26644848 EMAIL : [email protected]

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BHAGALPUR

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE CAMP OFF. MARWARI COLLEGE PREMISES BHAGALPUR, BIHAR-812007 EMAIL: [email protected]

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BHOPAL

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE SANCHI COMPLEX, 3RD FLOOR OPP. BOARD OF SECONDARY EDN. SHIVAJI NAGAR BHOPAL - 462 016 MADHYA PRADESH PH.OFF: 0755-2578455 / 2578452 FAX : 0755-2578454 EMAIL : [email protected]

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BHUBANESHWAR

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE C - 1, INSTITUTIONAL AREA BHUBANESHWAR - 751 013 ORISSA PH.OFF: 0674-2301348 / 2301250 FAX : 0674-2300349 EMAIL : [email protected]

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CHANDIGARH

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10

CHENNAI

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE SCO 208 SECTOR 14 PANCHKULA - 134 109 HAYRANA PH.OFF: 0172-2590208 FAX : 0172-2590279 EMAIL : [email protected] REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE 3rd Floor G.R. Complex 407-408, Anna Salai, Nandanam CHENNAI - 600 035, TAMILNADU Ph. Off: 044-24312488/24312499 Email: : [email protected]

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BIJAPUR, GADAG, HAVERI, BELLARY, BIDAR, GULBARGA, KOPPAL, RAICHUR, YADGIR, CHAMARAJANAGAR, CHIKMAGALUR, DAKSHINA KANNADA, HASSAN, KODAGU, MANDYA, MYSORE, UDUPI) STATE OF BIHAR (DISTRICT: KISHANGANJ, ARARIA, KATHIHAR, PURNEA, BHAGALPUR BANKA, MUNGER, KHAGARIA, MADHEPURA) Note: Currently under Darbhanga and Patna RCs STATE OF MADHYA PRADESH (DISTRICT: ALIRAJPUR, BALAGHAT, BHIND, CHHATARPUR, DATIA, HARDA, KHANDWA, MANDSAUR, NEEMUCH, RAJGARH, SAGAR, SHAJAPUR, BAWANI, BHOPAL, DEWAS, GUNA, HOSHANGABAD, JHABUA, KHARGONE, MORENA, PANNA, RATLAM, SATNA, SHEOPUR, TIKAMGARH, VIDISHA, ASHOKNAGAR, BETUL, BURHANPUR, DAMOH, DHAR, GWALIOR, INDORE, RAISEN, REWA, SEHORE, SHIVPURI, UJJAIN) STATE OF ORISSA (DISTRICT: ANGUL, BHADRAK, BARAGARH, BALASORE, CUTTACK, DEOGARH, DHENKANAL, GANJAM, GAJAPATI, JHARSUGUDA, JAJPUR, JAGATSINGHPUR, KHORDHA, KEONJHAR, KANDHAMAL, KENDRAPARA, MAYURBHANJ, NAYAGARH, PURI, SAMBALPUR, SUNDERGARH) STATE OF PUNJAB (DISTRICT: PATIALA, MOHALI, RUP NAGAR, FATEHGARH SAHEB), STATE OF HARYANA (DISTRICT: AMBALA, PANCHKULA), CHANDIGARH (U.T.) STATE OF TAMILNADU (DISTRICT: CHENNAI, THIRUVALLUR, KANCHIPURAM, VELLORE, THIRUVANNAMALAI, KRISHNAGIRI, DHARMAPURI, SALEM,

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COCHIN

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DARBHANGA

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DEHRADUN

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE KALOOR COCHIN - 682 017 KERALA PH.OFF: 0484-2340203 / 2348189 / 2330891 FAX : 0484-2340204 EMAIL : [email protected] REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE LALIT NARAYAN MITHLA UNIV.CMPS KAMESHWARANAGAR, NEAR CENTRAL BANK DARBHANGA - 846 004 BIHAR PH.OFF: 06272-251833 FAX : 06272-253719 EMAIL : [email protected]

REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE NANOOR KHERA, TAPOVAN RAIPUR ROAD DEHRADUN - 248 001 UTTARANCHAL PH.OFF: 0135-2789180 / 2789200 FAX : 0135-2789190 EMAIL : [email protected]

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DELHI 1

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE PLOT NO J-2/1 BLOCK- B 1 MOHAN COOPERATIVE INDUSTRIAL ESTATE MATHURA ROAD NEW DELHI – 110 044 DELHI PH.OFF: 011-26990082-83 FAX : 011-26990084 EMAIL : [email protected]

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DELHI 2

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE GANDHI SMRITI & DARSHAN SAMITI RAJGHAT NEW DELHI - 110 002 PH.OFF: 011-23392374 / 23392376 -77 FAX : 011-23392375

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NAMAKKAL, VILLUPURAM, CUDDALORE, PERAMBALUR, NAGAPATTINAM, THIRUVARUR), PONDICHERRY (U.T.). STATE OF KERALA (DISTRICT: ALAPPUZHA, ERNAKULAM, IDUKKI, KANNUR, KASARAGOD, KOTTAYAM, KOZHIKODE, MALAPPURAM, PALAKKAD, THRISSUR, WAYANAD), LAKSHADWEEP (U.T.) STATE OF BIHAR (DISTRICT: ARARIA, BEGUSARAI, DARBHANGA, EAST CHAMPARAN, GOPALGANJ, KATIHAR, KHAGARIA, SAHARSA, SUPAUL, MADHEPURA, PURNEA, KISHANGANJ, SARAN, SIWAN, SHEOHAR, SITAMARHI, SAMASTIPUR, MADHUBANI, MUZAFFARPUR & WEST CHAMPARAN) STATE OF UTTARANCHAL (DISTRICT: DEHRADUN, PAURI, CHAMOLI, TEHRI, UTTARAKASHI, RUDRAPRAYAG, HARIDWAR, NAINITAL, ALMORA, PITHORAGARH, US NAGAR, CHAMPAWAT, BAGESHWAR), STATE OF UTTAR PRADESH (DISTRICT: SAHARANPUR, MUZAFFARNAGAR, BIJNORE) STATE OF DELHI (COVERING AREAS OF MEHRAULI, CHANAKYAPURI, LODHI COLONY, SOUTH EXTN, R K PURAM, VASANTKUNJ, SAKET, GREEN PARK, LAJPAT NAGAR, G K, MALVIYA NAGAR, BHOGAL, ASHRAM, HAUZ KHAS, MUNIRIKA, OKHLA, SANGAMVIHAR, FRIENDS CLY., BADARPUR), STATE OF HARYANA (DISTRICT: FARIDABAD) STATE OF DELHI (COVERING AREAS OF KARALA, PRAHLADPUR, BANAGAR, LIBASPUR, RAMA VIHAR, RANI BAGH, SULTAN PURI, BUD VIHAR, MANGOLPURI, PITAMPURA, JAHANGIR PURI, JHARODA MAJA, BURAI, DR

EMAIL : [email protected]

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DELHI 3

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE F-634-636 PALAM EXTNSION RAM PHAL CHOWK (NEAR SECTOR 7), DWARKA NEW DELHI - 110 045 PH.OFF: 011-25088939 / 25088944 FAX : EMAIL : [email protected]

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GANGTOK

GUWAHATI

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE 31 A NATIONAL HIGHWAY, 5TH MILE, BELOW MANIPAL HOSPITAL TADONG, GANGTOK-737102 SIKKIM PH.OFF: 0359-2270923 FAX : 0359-2212501 EMAIL : [email protected] REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE HOUSE NO 71,GMC ROAD CHRISTIAN BASTI GUWAHATI – 781 005 ASSAM PH.OFF: 0361-2343783 / 2343785-86 FAX : 0361-2343784 EMAIL : [email protected]

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HYDERABAD

IMPHAL

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE PLOT NO 207 KAVURI HILLS PHASE II, NEAR MADHAPUR PS, JUBILEE HILLS (P.O.) HYDERABAD - 500 033 ANDHRA PRADESH PH.OFF: 040-23117550-53 FAX : 040-23117554 EMAIL : [email protected] REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE ASHA JINA COMPLEX NORTH AOC

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MUKHERJEE NAGAR, MODEL TOWN, SHAKURPUR COLONY, GTB NAGAR, ASHOK VIHAR, SHASTRI NAGAR, CIVIL LINES, YAMUNA VIHAR, NAND NAGRI, BHR) STATE OF DELHI (COVERING AREAS OF MUNDKA, NANGLOI JAT, PEERAGARHI, PUNJABI BAGH, BAKARWALA, MEERA BAGH, MOTINAGAR, TILAK NAGAR, TILANGPUR, KOTLA, VIKASPURI, SUBHASH NAGAR, UTTAM NAGAR, JANAKPURI, NAZAFGARH, MAHAVIR ENC., SAGARPUR, DWARKA, PALAM, PALAM FARMS, KAPASERA, DHAULA KUAN, NARAINA), STATE OF HARYANA (DISTRICT: GURGAON) STATE OF SIKKIM (DISTRICT: EAST SIKKIM, WEST SIKKIM, NORTH SIKKIM, SOUTH SIKKIM)

STATE OF ASSAM (DISTRICT: TINSUKIA, DIBRUGARH, SIBSAGAR, DHEMAJI, JORHAT, LAKHIMPUR, GOLAGHAT, SONITPUR, KARBI, ANGLONG, NAGAON, MARIGAON, DARRANG, KAMRUP, NALBARI, BARPETA, BONGAIGAON, GOALPARA, KOKRAJHAR, DHUBRI, NORTH CACHAR HILLS, CACHAR, HAILAKANDI, KARIMGANJ, KAMRUP METROPOLITAN, BAKSA, UDALGURI, CHIRANG) STATE OF ANDHRA PRADESH (DISTRICT: ADILABAD, ANANTAPUR, HYDERABAD, KADAPA, KARIMNAGAR, KURNOOL, MEDAK, MAHABOOBNAGAR, NALGONDA, NIZAMABAD, RANGA REDDY, WARANGAL) STATE OF MANIPUR (DISTRICT: BISHNUPUR, CHURACHANDPUR, CHANDEL, IMPHAL EAST,

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ITANAGAR

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IMPHAL – 795 001 MANIPUR PH.OFF: 0385-2421190 / 2421191 FAX : 0385-2421192 EMAIL : [email protected] REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE 'HORNHILL COMPLEX' 'C' SECTOR (NEAR CENTRAL SCH.) NAHARLAGUN ITANAGAR - 791 110 ARUNACHAL PRADESH PH.OFF: 0360-2247536 / 2247538 FAX : 0360-2247537 EMAIL : [email protected]

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JABALPUR

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JAIPUR

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE 2ND FLOOR, RAJSHEKHAR BHAVAN RANI DURGAVATI VISHVAVIDYALAYA CAMPUS, PACHPEDHI JABALPUR - 482 001 MADHYA PRADESH PH.OFF: 0761-2600411 / 2600441 FAX : 0761-2609919 EMAIL : [email protected] REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE 70/79, SECTOR - 7 PATEL MARG MANSAROVAR JAIPUR - 302 020 RAJASTHAN PH.OFF: 0141-2785763 / 2785750 FAX : 0141-2784043 EMAIL : [email protected]

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE SPMR COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AUROBINDO BLOCK 1ST FLOOR CANAL ROAD JAMMU - 180 001 JAMMU & KASHMIR PH.OFF: 0191-2579572 / 2546529 FAX : 0191-2546995 EMAIL : [email protected] REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE JORHAT ASSAM EMAIL: [email protected]

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IMPHAL WEST, SENAPATI, TAMENGLONG, THOUBAL, UKHRUL)

STATE OF ARUNACHAL PRADESH (DISTRICT: ANJAW, CHANGLANG, EAST KAMENG, EAST SIANG, KURUNG KUMEY, LOHIT, LOWER DIBANG VALLEY, LOWER SUBANSIRI, PAPUM PARE, TAWANG, TIRAP, UPPER DIBANG, UPPER SUBANSIRI, UPPER SIANG, WEST KAMENG, WEST SIANG) STATE OF MADHYA PRADESH (DISTRICT: ANNUPUR, BALAGHAT, CHHINDWARA, DINDORI, JABALPUR, KATNI, MANDLA, NARSHINGPUR, SEONI, SHAHDOL, SIDDHI, SIHORA, SINGRAULI, AND UMARIA)

STATE OF RAJASTHAN (DISTRICT: AJMER, ALWAR, BANSWARA, BARAN, BARMER, BHARATPUR, BHILWARA, BIKANER, BUNDI, CHITTORGARH, CHURU, DAUSA, DHOLPUR, DUNGARPUR, HANUMANGARH, JAIPUR, JAISALMER, JALOR, JHALAWAR, JHUNJHUNU, JODHPUR, KARAULI, KOTA, NAGAUR, PALI, PRATAPGARH, RAJSAMAND,SAWAI MADHOPUR, SIKAR, SIROHI, SRI GANGANAGAR, TONK, UDAIPUR) STATE OF JAMMU & KASHMIR (JAMMU REGION – DISTRICT: DODA, JAMMU, KATHUA, KISHTWAR, POONCH, RAJOURI, RAMBAN, REASI, SAMBA, UDHAMPUR)

STATE OF ASSAM (DISTRICT: NAGAON, GOLAGHAT, JORHAT, SHIVASAGAR, DIBRUGARH, INSUKIA, LAKHIMPUR, DHEMAJI, SONITPUR) Note: Currently under Guwahati RC

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KHANNA

KOHIMA

KOLKATA

KORAPUT

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE 06, SUBHASH MARG SUBHASH COLONY NEAR HOME GUARD OFFICE KARNAL - 132 001 HARYANA PH.OFF: 0184-2271514 / 2260075 FAX : 0184-2255738 EMAIL : [email protected] REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE I.T.I. BUILDING BULEPUR (DISTRICT LUDHIANA) KHANNA – 141 401 PUNJAB PH.OFF: 01628-229993 / 237361 FAX : 01628-238284 EMAIL : [email protected] REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE NEAR MOUNT HERMON SCHOOL DON BOSCO HR.SEC SCHOOL ROAD KENUOZOU KOHIMA – 797 001 NAGALAND PH.OFF: 0370-2260366 / 2260167 FAX : 0370-2260216 EMAIL : [email protected] REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE BIKASH BHAWAN, 4TH FLOOR NORTH BLOCK SALT LAKE, BIDHAN NAGAR KOLKATA – 700 091 WEST BENGAL PH.OFF: 033-23349850 FAX : 033-23347576 EMAIL : [email protected] REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE DISTRICT AGRICULTURE OFFICE RD BEHIND PANCHAYAT BHAVAN KORAPUT – 764 020 ORISSA PH.OFF: 06852-252982 / 251535 FAX : 06852-252503 EMAIL : [email protected]

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LUCKNOW

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE B-1/33, SECTOR - H ALIGANJ LUCKNOW - 226 024 UTTAR PRADESH PH.OFF: 0522-2746120 / 2745114 FAX : 0522-2746145

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STATE OF HARYANA (DISTRICT: BHIWANI, FATEHABAD, HISAR, JHAJJAR, JIND, KAITHAL, KARNAL, KURUKSHETRA, MAHENDRAGARH, MEWAT, PALWAL, PANIPAT, REWARI, ROHTAK, SIRSA, SONIPAT, YAMUNANAGAR)

STATE OF PUNJAB (DISTRICT: GURDASPUR, AMRITSAR, TARN TARAN, KAPURTHALA, JALANDHAR, HOSHIARPUR, SBS NAGAR/NAWANSHAHR, BARNALA, SANGRUR, BATHINDA, MANSA, MUKTSAR, LUDHIANA, FEROZEPUR, FARIDKOT, MOGA) STATE OF NAGALAND (DISTRICT: KOHIMA, DIMAPUR, WOKHA, MOKOKCHUNG, ZUNHEBOTO, TUENSANG, LONGLENG, KIPHIRE, MON, PEREN, PHEK)

STATE OF WEST BENGAL (DISTRICT: KOLKATA, NORTH 24 PARAGANAS, SOUTH 24 PARGANAS, PURBA MEDINIPUR, PASCHIM MEDINIPUR, BANKURA, HOWRAH, HOOGHLY, PURULIA, BURDWAN, NADIA)

STATE OF ORISSA (DISTRICT: KORAPUT, MALKANGIRI, RAYAGADA, NABARANGPUR, KALAHANDI, NUAPADA, BOLANGIR, SONEPUR, BOUDH), STATE OF CHATTISGARH (DISTRICT: BASTAR, NARAYANPUR, DANTEWADA, BIJAPUR) STATE OF UTTAR PRADESH (DISTRICT: ALLAHABAD, AURAIYA, BAHRAICH, BALRAMPUR, BANDA, BARABANKI, BAREILLY, BASTI, CHITRAKUT, FAIZABAD, FARUKHABAD, FATEHPUR, GONDA, HAMIRPUR, HARDOI,

EMAIL : [email protected]

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR IGNOU REGIONAL CENTRE SIKKANDAR CHAVADI ALANGANALLUR ROAD MADURAI - 625 018 TAMIL NADU PH.OFF: 0452-2380387 / 2380733 FAX : 0452-2370588 EMAIL : [email protected]

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NAGPUR

NOIDA

PANAJI

 

ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Vineet Joshi, IAS

Chairman

M. C. Sharma

Controller of Examinations

Pitam Singh

Director (Special Exams and CTET)

Dr. Sadhana Parashar

Director (Academics, Research, Training and Innovation)

Dr. Antriksh Johri

Director (Information Technology)

P. I. Sabu

Director (EDUSAT)

M. V. V. Prasada Rao

Regional Director (Delhi)

EDITORS

P. Rajeswary

Education Officer

Niti S. Sharma

Report Writer

Quarterly Bulletin of the Central Board of Secondary Education

The views expressed by any author in his/her article/contribution published in Cenbosec do not represent the views of the Board.Published by the Secretary, Central Board of Secondary Education, 'Shiksha Kendra', 2, Community Centre, Preet Vihar, Delhi-110092, © CBSE, Delhi-92, and Printed at I G Printers Pvt. Ltd., Okhla Industrial  Area, Phase I, New Delhi-110020

Vol. 52, No. 4, October-December, 2013

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