Samiksha Mundada
19 Dec, 5:05 PM
Tech colleges must return the rest of the fees, can deduct only Rs1000

Only Rs1000 must be retained as processing fee and the full submitted fees should be returned to students within two days if students cancel their admissions in the prescribed time limit. 

According to the instructions of the CET Cell, students must apply online for cancellation of admission, self-attest the print of tis form and submit it to the respective college. This online application will be considered final and the seat will be included in the next round of admission. If the cancellation is done after 5 pm on the last date of admission round, the fees will not be reimbursed except for the caution deposit that the student pays at the time of admission.

“If the student cancels the admission in the first year, then the college cannot ask the student to pay the fees for the remaining years stating that their seat is falling vacant. Students facing any difficulties can contact the respective regional directorate of technical education,” said Dilip Nandanwar, joint director of technical education, Pune.

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