Indira Gandhi National Education Trust - IGNET

A HRD education institution registered
Under Govt. of India Trust Act.
Reg. No. 591/04/IV

Welcome to IGNET


The Indira Gandhi National Education Trust is a HRD education institution registered under Govt. of India trust act (Reg. No. 591/04/IV). The institute is playing a leading role in the development of technical, technological and business education in India and is deeply involved with the latest developments in technology in all areas, while maintaining its commitment to industrial, economic and cultural development at both local and national levels.



Why choose us?

IGNET has been successfully delivering Educational Solutions to the nation from its starting date. To date we have grown to be a market leader in our market vertical. Some of the key factors that differentiate us from our competitors are:

  • Customer Focused
  • Experienced Staff
  • Resources to Deliver
  • Process Oriented
  • Constantly Evolving
  • Honesty and Integrity

Our Courses

Our Courses include both taught courses and programmes of research leading to higher level awards, for full-time students and also for part-time students who may be already in employment. They are generally vocationally oriented and have a focus on the needs of industry, commerce and the job market.

  • MSE
  • HDCA
  • ADCA
  • DCA
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Hot News

Approval for IGNET Computer Course

As per the updated List of approved courses published by Kerala PSC in their official Bulletin (September 15, 2014 edition Page 10) for the post of LD-Typist, IGNET DCA Course is accepted so far as equivalent to KGTE Computer Word Processing which is considered as a qualification for Lower Division Typist (LD Typist) Post only. To view the list click link below.

Kerala Public Service Commission Website.

To download the list click the link below.

Qualifications list for LD-Typist post


Join IGNET Courses and avail special fees discounts. (This scheme is only applicable to the first 15 students of each batch)


Indira Gandhi said

You must learn to be still in the midst of
activity and to be vibrantly alive in repose.