The IGNOU June TEE (Indira Gandhi National Open University June Term End Examination) 2022 which is going to start from 15th June 2022 has been postponed. It has informed to the students by a notice that was published on the official website of IGNOU, that is, ignou.ac.in, on 6th May 2022. The decision about the IGNOU June TEE 2022 has been taken by keeping in view the present Covid-19 pandemic situation that is worsening the conditions all over India.
According to the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), new dates of the examination will be declared later when the situation will become somewhat better, but in any case, it will be declared at least 21 days ago of the commencement of the examination so that the students who are going to appear in the examinations can get some time to do their last-minute preparations. According to the notice published by IGNOU, the new dates of the examinations will be provided by the University on the official website of the IGNOU, viz. ignou.ac.in, at least 21 days in advance. Also, the online link for the submission of the exam form will be opened once the dates of the examination will be announced.
The university has said that the students must continue the preparation for the examination and should be prepared for any sudden notice of the examination, as the further notice can be published as and when possible. Thus, the students must not stop preparing for the examinations thinking that the examinations will not be held anytime sooner.
According to the official notice that has been published by IGNOU, the date of the submission of the assignment both offline (physical) and online for IGNOU June TEE 2022 has also been extended up to 31st May 2022 because of the present situation of Covid-19 pandemic.
According to the same official notice by IGNOU, the date of the submission of the internship/ dissertation/ project report/ fieldwork journal, etc. both offline (physical) and online for IGNOU June TEE 2022 shall also be 31st May 2022 because of the present situation of Covid-19 pandemic.