Ignou Social Campus


The Indira Gandhi National Open University, known as IGNOU, is a distance learning national university located in IGNOU road, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi, India.

Ignou Schools Worldwide

As of 2011 IGNOU served over 3 million students in India, the headquarters, and 40 other countries abroad. These are UAE, UK, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, Mauritius, Maldives, Ethiopia, Namibia, Kenya, Myanmar, Vietnam, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, China, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, Fiji, France, Ghana, Gambia, Sierra Leone, Madagascar, Liberia, West Indies, Samoa, Lesotho, Malawi, Switzerland, Nigeria, Mongolia, Zambia.

It has 21 schools and a network of 67 regional centres, 2667 study centres, and 29 overseas centres(15 countries). Approximately 20% of all students enrolled in higher education in India are enrolled with IGNOU.[11] IGNOU offers 226 academic programs comprising courses at certificate, diploma and degree levels.


School of Humanities Prof. Sunaina Kumar
School of Social Sciences Prof. D Gopal
School of Sciences Prof. Vijayshree
School of Education Prof. N K Dash
School of Continuing Education Prof. Deeksha Kapoor
School of Engineering & Technology Prof. P Srinivas Kumar
School of Management Studies Prof. (Mrs.) Srilatha
School of Health Sciences Prof. Pity Kaul
School of Computer & Information Sciences Dr P V Suresh
School of Agriculture Prof S K Yadav
School of Law Prof K Elumalai
School of Journalism and New Media Studies Dr Shambhu Nath singh
School of Gender & Development Studies Prof Anu Aneja
School of Tourism Hospitality Service Management Prof. Ravindra Kumar
School of Interdisciplinary & Trans-disciplinary Studies Prof Nandini Sinha Kapoor
School of Social Work Prof. Gracious Thomas
School of Vocational Education and Training Prof. Prof A K Gaba
School of Extension & Development Studies Dr Nehal A Farooquee
School of Foreign Languages
School of Translation Studies and Training Dr Rajendra Prasad Pandey
School of Performing & Visual Arts Dr Govindaraju Bharawa