IGNOU B.Ed Grade Card

The Indira Gandhi National Open University conducts the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) Term End Examination every year in the month of June or December. So, the university also declared the IGNOU B.Ed Result twice  in a year as well.

The result for all the IGNOU B.Ed courses are compiled in the form of Grade Card which contains the marks information for all the subjects in the form of alphabetical grades or numeric form.  The IGNOU B.Ed Grade Card also contains the marks information about the marks obtained by students in the Tutor Marked Assignments (TMA) and the project work submitted.

The university updates the student grade card in any time of year whenever required. The university updates the student’s IGNOU result grade card with the marks obtained by them in Term End Theory Examinations, Tutor Marked Assignments, Term End practicals and Project work.

The practical marks are updates in the grade card only if there is any practical course component included in the syllabus otherwise, the field is left empty.

IGNOU B.Ed Grading System:

Duplicate IGNOU B.Ed Grade Card :

The university send the IGNOU Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) grade card to students in the form of hardcopy via post. In case, if any student lost, misplaced or damaged his/her copy of grade card, then he or she can apply for the duplicate Grade Card by paying a fee of Rs.150/- in the form of Demand Draft(DD) which has to be made in favour of IGNOU payable at “New Delhi”.

The Duplicate grade card application format with rules and regulations mentioned on it is available in the Student Handbook or Programme Guide or you can download it from the university official website at : www.ignou.ac.in

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