Haryana Board of School Education: Education Department will return additional fees
Haryana Board of School Education: Education Department will return additional fees: The state government has decided to return the additional fees withdrawn from the previous year when enrolling in colleges. This decision will benefit about 15 thousand students studying in eight state colleges in the district. About three and a half crore rupees will be reimbursed in these students’ accounts. The students who did not have the bank account number while applying for the application would be given money by the bank account number. College management has started the process.
Current Academic Session
In the current academic session, the fees admitted in the colleges were increased to two to three thousand rupees. After protesting and protesting student organization ABVP, SFI, INSO, NSUI, the government had ordered all colleges to take the same fees as the previous academic session. But till then the students had been admitted. Therefore, the amount of money that the students had deposited last year’s fees will be returned.
Total Number of Student
About 3800 students of the first, second and final year of JIND’s PG college will be repaid about 74 lakh 43 thousand rupees and Rs. 8 lakh 52 lakhs for MA first and 200 finalists. 54 lakhs will be refunded to all 2700 students of the three years of all the faculties of the State Women’s College. Apart from this, about 8,000 students of both government colleges, Zoolana and Pillukheera of KM, Alva’s government, Safidas and two crore rupees will be given as enhanced fees. Details of the fees for various faculties in the academic session of 2018-19 and 2019-20. Faculty fees after deducting fee
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PGDCA 9159 5408 Note – This is the only annual accounting fee. It can be a little bit more or less. Additional fees may be taken in the college according to the subject, which will be different from the annual fee. After receiving the money from the department, students will be enrolled in the account
Shiela Dahiya, Principal of the State PG College of Jind told that
Money from the Higher Education Department will transfer money to the college account. After that, notice will be made in the college and after the check of the records of the students, money will be deposited in their accounts. Apart from this, there will be a refund option through RTGS and checks. Dr. Sumita Ashari, professor of Women’s College, said that the rupees of enhanced fees will not be returned to the students as cash. Students who have not filled their bank account details at the time of application, can deposit their bank account in college. This process can take up to 20 days to one month.