a) If a student informs the institution before the commencement of the academic year that he/she wants to withdraw and he / she cannot continue his/her education in the same institution for any reasons, the institution concerned should refund to him/her in full the tuition fees, term fee, laboratory fees (if any) and library and laboratory deposits, if any actually recovered. The admission fee shall however, be retained by the Institutions.
EXPLANATION: So far as the F.Y.J.C. Classes are concerned the academic year should be deemed to have commenced from the 8th day (i.e. excluding Sunday and Public Holidays) from and including the days of declaration of the S.S.C. Examination result. If the said day of declaration of result is a working day, or from and including the working day immediately following the day of declaration of the S.S.C. Examination result if the said date of declaration of results is a Sunday or Public Holiday.
b) If a student desires to withdraw and applies for refund of fees after the commencement of the academic year (vide explanation under (a) above) the institutions concerned should retain the admission fee, term fee and laboratory fee (if any) in full. The laboratory deposits should however be refunded. So far as the tuition fee is concerned the institution should retain the tuition fee only for the month (s) beginning from the month in which the academic year had commenced and ending with the month in which the student had applied for withdrawal of admission or refund of fees. The tuition fee for the remaining months of the terms should be refunded (for Example, if a student applies for refund of fee in the month of July, after the academic year has commenced in that month itself, the Institution should retain the proportionate amount of tuition fees for one month only namely the month of July. On the other hand, if a student applies for refund of fee in the month of August, after the academic year has commenced in the month of July, the institution should retain the proportionate amount of tuition fee for two months only, namely the month of July & August. If the academic year has commenced in the month of June, the institution should retain the proportionate amount of tuition fee for three months only, namely the months of June, July & August).
UNDERGRADUATE: (Reference No. UG/412 of 2008) O.2859
The candidates who have taken admission in undergraduate courses may request for refund of fees after applying in writing for cancellation of their admission to the course. The refund of fees as applicable shall be made on or before 30th day after the date of cancellation and thereafter. The percentage of fees for the course shall be refunded to the candidate after deducting charges as follows.
Table for fee deduction on cancellation of Admission
||Prior to commencement of academic term and instruction of the course
||Rs. 500/- lump sum
||Upto 20 days after the commencement of academic term of the course
||20% of the total amount of fees
||From 21st day upto 50 days after commencement of the academic term of the course
||30% of the total amount of fees
||From 51st day upto 80 days after commencement of the academic term of the course
||50% of the total amount of fees
||From 81st day upto 110 days after commencement of the academic term of the course
||60% of the total amount of fees
||After 111th Day
||100% of the total amount of fees
- Deduction % is of the total fees for a particular course.
- Refund of fees at the time of cancellation will be made only in cheque/Bank transfer after 30 working days.
- Cheque/Bank Transfer will be in the name of Student/Parent.