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April 24, 2018 Tuesday 10:32:25 AM IST

IGNOU To Organise Campus Placement Drive

National Edu News

New Delhi: Country's largest distance education university, IGNOU (Indira Gandhi National Open University), is organising campus placement drive on April 25.  The placement drive will be taking place in B. R. Ambedkar Convention Centre, IGNOU Campus, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi. The event is hosted by IGNOU in association with Regional Centres of Delhi.

Students who are pursuing their final Semester/Year B.A., B.Com, BCA, BTS and those pursuing M.Com, MCA, MEG, MPA and MTM in IGNOU are eligible to participate in the drive. 

The students are required to carry photocopies of their resume (having IGNOU enrolment no), an ID proof, address proof and 2 passport size photographs, and mark sheets and certificates of X, XII & graduation at the time of interview.

The list of selected/shortlisted students will be declared at the end of the day, as per the statement of the university.



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