If admission is canceled, full fees will be returned, UGC gives big relief to students

The University Grants Commission has given a big relief to the students. The UGC has asked all higher educational institutions, including colleges and universities, to refund the full fees if the students withdraw or cancel the admission. However, the UGC further said that if students withdraw their admission between October 31 and December 31, 2022, the entire fee charged from a student will be refunded after deducting more than Rs 1,000 as fee. UGC This decision has been taken by the parents to avoid financial difficulties. That is, till October 31, the time has been given to refund the fees. Students taking admission before that will be refunded the full fee on cancellation of admission.

This decision has been taken due to Corona

As per the refund policy of many private universities, which are starting their academic session between August and September, students will not get any refund in case the admission is canceled after one month of the commencement of classes. The CUET-UG exam is ending on August 20, 2022. And the result is likely to release after about 15 days.

The refund window will be over till the admission in the Central University and other courses participating universities is started. The policy was framed by the UGC on July 16, 2021 in the guidelines for refund of fee on account of admission/migrating of students during the academic year 2021-2022.

In July itself, the policy was made regarding the refund of fees.

Earlier on July 12, 2022, the UGC had requested higher educational institutions not to fix the last date for their undergraduate admissions after the declaration of CBSE and ICSE XII results. However, now the results of CBSE and ICSE have been released.

The commission has also said that admissions can continue till October 2022. The UGC has asked all Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) to ensure compliance with the instructions regarding refund of fees in view of pandemic reasons. Read career news here.

Get the more latest Education news updates