The Global Open University, Nagaland is a State University established by the Government of Nagaland under The Global Open University Act 2006 (Act 3 of 2006). The university has its campuses in Dimapur and Kohima and is a joint public-private partnership venture between the Government of Nagaland and the World Institution Building Programme (WIBP). To sponsor the students from Nagaland, the state government gives grants-in-aid by paying their fee and the WIBP as the sponsoring agency for the university provides Rs. 7 Crore as the Corpus Fund in the name of 'The Global Open University'. The university has operated from its Headquarter, Wokha District. However, with the instication of some vested interested individuals convinced the President of the sponsoring body of TGOUN and thereby, neglected its Main Campus/Headquarter: Wokha at 'Tzukum Valley' since April 2012 till date (2017) and abandoned the demarcated land of the university which was submitted to the Hon'ble Governor to give his assent after proper and justified verification. The university's Dimapur campus was inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Nagaland, Neiphiu Rio, on (World Environment Day) 5 June 2007. Two other campuses have subsequently been launched at Kohima and Dimapur with permanent headquarter at Wokha as stated above. The Governor of Nagaland is the Chancellor/Visitor of the University. The Global Open University (TGOU), Nagaland is administered by a Governing Council and Executive Council. Global Open University Nagaland Application Process Candidates are required to download the application form from the university website. Global Open University Nagaland Exam Pattern Undergraduate Courses: The undergraduate courses are held for a duration of 3 years (6 semesters) Post Graduate Courses: The PG courses are held for a duration of 2 years (4 semesters). Diploma and Certificate Courses: The duration of diploma and certificate Course depends upon particular course.