July 2014 Session Admission Begins At IGNOU

India's most popular and largest open university, IGNOU, is inviting application for JULY 2014 admission cycle. The university invites applications for admission twice in a year i.e December & July. Admissions for December cycle has already been done and classes are going on. Candidates who missed the admission cycle last time can now apply for admission.

There are various post graduate, under graduate & diploma & certificate courses are open for admission. Students can directly contact their nearest study center for more information on admission process.

In this article we'll give you a brief idea about the courses available for admission in July 2014 cycle, last date for application and fee to obtain the prospectus cum application form.

Courses For Admission in July 2014 Session

  • MCA
  • Mater of Arts in Rural Development
  • Tourism Management
  • English
  • Hindi
  • Philosophy
  • Gandhi & Peace Studies
  • Extension & Development Studies
  • Education
  • Anthropology
  • Gender & Development Studies
  • MSW
  • MSW Counseling
  • Distance Education
  • Economics
  • History
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Public Administration
  • Sociology
  • Adult Education
  • Women’s & Gender Studies
  • M.Com
  • MLIS
  • M.Sc (Dietetics and Food Services Management)
  • M.Sc (Counseling and Family Therapy)

Some other bachelor courses like BCA, B.Sc,BA,BCOM etc and some diploma & certification courses are also available for admission. For a complete list of courses. Kindly visit the following page or visit IGNOU's official website http://ignou.ac.in/

Prospectus & Last Date For Admission

Complete student handbook & prospectus is available at all regional & study centers of IGNOU. Students seeking admission in IGNOU can obtain this by paying INR 200 at regional & study centers.

Last date for application is 20th June 2014 and with late fee of Rs 300/- till 31st July 2014.

Remember for some of the courses like MBA, IGNOU publish a separate admission notification. An entrance test called Open MAT is also required to be clear for admission in MBA courses