IGNOU TEE June 2021 Result: Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has started announcing results of term-end exams June 2021 on its official website ignou.ac.in. The students who have appeared for IGNOU TEE June 2021 Exams held between August 03 to September 09, 2021, now can check the availability of their respective course results.
It is to inform all IGNOU Students that the university has started updating the IGNOU Term-end exam result for June 2021. The students who appeared in the exam can now check their results here.
In order to check the IGNOU result, students have to visit the website ignou.ac.in. Thereafter, they have to click on the "Result for Term End June 2021 Examination" link from the alerts section from the homepage. By doing so, it will lead students to a new result login webpage. Wherein, the students have to enter their nine-digit enrollment number and hit submit button. Upon successful entry, the scorecard will appear on the screen.
Direct Link to Check IGNOU TEE June 2021 Result
In case, the result window shows "Enrolment Number Not found / Result yet to be declared", students have to re-check their IGNOU enrollment number or wait until the next result update from the university. "It has been stated that the result of the students who have been found booked under unfair means, will be cancelled," an official statement on the IGNOU website reads.
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Students who are not satisfied with the result may apply for revaluation/ rechecking. The facilities of TEE June 2021 revaluation and copy rechecking will be entertained later. Students who get Essentially Repeater (ER) or fail in any subject stand another chance to appear in the TEE December 2021 exams to be held later this year.
Earlier, the university had conducted the Term-End Exams June 2021 for UG, PG, Diploma, Certificate, and PG Diploma courses in August-September 2021. The same exams were supposed to be held in June 2021 but later differed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 6 lakh students had registered for the term-end exams.