College Grants Fee (UGC) on Tuesday ordered increased training establishments to refund full payment to college students who cancel their admissions or migrate to a unique institute on or earlier than October 31. Your complete free, together with all expenses needs to be refunded to those that cancel admissions/ migrate by October 31 and after that, until December 31, all the payment needs to be refunded after deducting a cancellation payment of as much as 1,000, the fee stated.
This has been completed for the 2022-23 tutorial session as a particular case, in view of COVID-19 pandemic associated elements, it added.
UGC in its pointers on examination and tutorial calendar issued on July 16, 2021 had stipulated the availability of refund of charges on account of cancellation of admissions/migrations of scholars throughout the tutorial session 2021-2022.
In July 2022, the fee had requested HEIs to set the undergraduate admission deadline after CBSE Class 12 outcomes.
“A number of entrance examinations together with CUET, JEE Essential, JEE Advance and many others. have been delayed, resulting from which admissions might proceed as much as October, 2022.”
“In view above, and in an effort to keep away from monetary hardships being confronted by mother and father, it has been determined by UGC that full refund of charges needs to be made by the upper instructional establishments on account of all cancellations of admissions/ migrations of scholars as much as October 31, 2022 for the educational session 2022- 2023 as a particular case…Thereafter, on cancellation/withdrawal of admissions as much as December 31, 2022, all the payment collected from a scholar needs to be refunded in full after deducting no more than Rs .1000/- as processing payment,” the UGC notification reads.
In a separate letter, the fee has additionally requested HEIS to regulate or carry ahead mess expenses and hostel charges to all college students charged throughout the COVID-19 pandemic interval.