Bangalore University extended Last Date for payment of Exam Fees

Bangalore University extended Last Date for payment of Exam Fees The last date for payment of examination fees for students of undergraduate courses of Bangalore University in Bangalore Rural, Ramanagaram, Kolar and Chickaballapur districts have been extended. Accordingly, the last date for submission of applications without fine is 6th September, 2010, after which students will have to pay a fine of Rs. 100 till 9th September. The last date for colleges to submit the application forms to the university is 20th September, 2010, according to a release from Bangalore University. Hike of 10% The university has also clarified that it […]

Private School Fees Hike News

Govt fix Private Tuition Fees Government to fix Tuition Fees for Private Schools The Education Department is now in the process of amending the Puducherry Education Rules to enable the government fix the fees for private schools in the Union Territory. According to Director of School Education E. Vallavan, the Department will set up a committee and fix the fees for all the unaided private schools in the UT by September. At present, the file was with the Law Department. Earlier, the Department was planning to fix only the fees for the 25 per cent of underprivileged students who were […]

CBSE School Fees Chennai 2012

CBSE School Fees Chennai 2012 Chennai Schools not happy with Fee Structure fixed by panel The government – appointed fee determination committee has come out with a fee structure for some matriculation and CBSE schools in the state for the next three years. The Committee, under the Chairmanship of Justice S R Singaravelu, has kick – started the process of drawing up the fee structure for academic years 2012 to 2015 by unveiling the fee structure for 85 CBSE and matriculation schools. The first fee structure, drawn up by the Justice K Govindarajan committee, will be valid till the end […]

Admission and Fees Regulatory Committee News

Fee raise plea rejected AP high court rejects private engg colleges’ plea to raise fee The Andhra Pradesh High Court has rejected private engineering colleges’ plea seeking permission to raise fee higher than that was fixed by the Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee ( AFRC ). Justice Naushad Ali was dealing with a batch of writ petitions filed by the managements of various engineering colleges challenging GO 57, dated 6th July, 2013, which fixed 30,000 as the fee per each student for first year. Colleges observed that they would face difficulties if they were not permitted to charge higher fee […]

Swinburne Tuition Fees Scholarship, Australia

Swinburne Tuition Fees Scholarship, Australia Tuition Fees Scholarship 2010 for International Students The Tuition Fee Scholarship offers a tuition fee exemption (valued at $20k p.a.) for up to four years for doctoral studies and two years for Masters by research. Swinburne tution Fees Scholarship is open to international students. Students are automatically considered for this scholarship as part of the application for candidature process. For application forms and further information on Swinburne Research Scholarships please refer to the webpage : The application form and information regarding admission to Research Higher Degrees is available from the Research Higher Degrees website […]

Panel to determine Tamil Nadu Unaided Schools’ Fees

Panel to determine Tamil Nadu Unaided Schools’ Fees A committee will soon be constituted to determine the fee structure for unaided private schools in the State, including those affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi has cleared the formation of the panel. He would make a formal announcement, School Education Minister Thangam Thennarasu said here, and a government order would be issued. Headed by a former High Court Judge, the committee will be established under the Tamil Nadu Schools (Regulation of Collection of Fee) Act 2009. It will include State government officials. Fees for […]

Madras University to waive Course Fees for Sri Lankan Refugees

Madras University to waive Course Fees for Sri Lankan Refugees Sri Lankan Tamil refugee students will henceforth have the opportunity to pursue courses offered by the University of Madras free of cost, according to vice-chancellor G. Thiruvasagam. Addressing a press conference here on Saturday, he said that several students eligible to pursue collegiate education were scattered across different camps and the initiative was aimed at encouraging them to pursue undergraduate and postgraduate programmes through the distance mode, from where they stay. From the next academic year, affiliated colleges would also reserve a few seats for such students to pursue higher […]