IGNOU Organising a Learners' Conference in New Delhi

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LEARNERS' CONFERENCE

As a part of its Silver Jubilee celebrations, IGNOU is holding its first Learners' Conference of North Zone on 'Consolidation of Learner Support Services'' at IGNOU Convention Centre, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi on Sunday, the 28th March, 2010. The conference aims at obtaining feedback from the learners towards further improvement of its learnersupport services.

The University invites its current learners and Alumni along with learners who due to some reason or the other could not successfully complete their programmes with I the hope that they would provide some useful feedback. The learners will be the key participants at the conference and their views will be edited and published suitably. All interested participants are requested to register by filling the Registration Form (downloaded from www.ignou.ac.in) along with the Registration Fee of Rs. 200/- in the form of a Demand Draft from any bank in favour of IGNOU payable at New Delhi t by 20th March, 2010. Registration Forms may be submitted at the following locations.

Spot registrations are welcome

  1. RC, Delhi-1, Plot No J 2/1 Block B -1, Mohan Cooperative Industrial Estate, | Mathura Road, New Delhi -110044
  2. RC, Delhi-2, Gandhi Smriti & Darshan Samiti, Rajghat, New Delhi -110 002
  3. RC, Delhi-3, F-634- 636 Palam Extension, Ramphal Chowk, New Delhi 110 045
  4. IGNOU City Centre, YMCA Tourist Hostel, Jai Singh Road, New Delhi -110 001

Ph.: 011-29535714, 29572512 E-mail: ssc@ignou.ac.in

Contact Information:

Indira Gandhi National Open University Maidan Garhi, New Delhi-110 068

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