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Return Full Fee To Students Withdrawing Admission Before November 10: AICTE To Institutions


Must Return Full Fee To Those Students who Withdraws Admission Before 10: November AICTE To Institutions 


As indicated by the overhauled academic calendar of AICTE, the last date for abrogation of seats for specialized courses with full discount is November 10, 2020. 


New Delhi: The All India Council for Technical Education, or AICTE, has requested that specialized foundations return full charge to understudies who pull back their names Before November 10. As per the modified academic calendar of AICTE, the last date for undoing of seats for specialized courses with full discount is November 10, 2020. 

When a student withdraws before November 10 2020, all the fee will be refunded by the institution after deduction of the processing fee which would not be more than Rs 1,000, AICTE said.

AICTE also said, “Institutes are not allowed to keep original school or institution leaving certificates of students, AICTE said.”

In the event that a competitor leaves the course after November 10 and the seat is filled by another understudy before the last date of affirmation – November 15  the course fee must be returned back to the candidate after the deduction of Rs 1,000 maximum of as processing fee and “proportionate deduction” of tuition, hostel fees the council said.


In the event that the seat, cleared after November 10, isn’t filled by another understudy till November 15, security stores and unique archives must be restored, an official proclamation said. 


For understudies dropping their affirmation any time of time, the resulting semester expense or yearly charge can not be gathered, AICTE stated, including that the refundable sum and reports must come back to competitors inside seven days of scratch-off. 



“Institutions who are not following guidelines issued by the council concerning the refund of fee for cancellation of admission or delaying refund shall be liable to penal action as specified in the AICTE regulations/APH 2020-21, the board said

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