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At PU syndicate meet, common fee structure for colleges to be discussed

The issue of common fee structure of all affiliated colleges of Panjab University (PU) will be discussed in the syndicate meeting on September 21.

Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh |
September 19, 2013 2:18:50 am

The issue of common fee structure of all affiliated colleges of Panjab University (PU) will be discussed in the syndicate meeting on September 21. Earlier,PU had implemented a uniform fee structure for all colleges affiliated to it for the current academic session.

However,some of the colleges were found to be charging a higher fee,which included GGDSD College in Sector 32. There is also expected to be a 10 per cent increase in examination fee. The issue is likely to be debated in the syndicate meeting.

It must be noted that PU had earlier increased the examination fee by 10 per cent for the current academic session and if the hike is approved,it would be the second such hike in the session. Also,a hike in the hostel fee had earlier been approved in the syndicate meeting in July.

Meanwhile,the issue of Sri Guru Gobind Singh College,Mahilpur,which had been under the scanner for holding the fourth semester M Sc Chemistry examination a day before the rest of the university in the last academic session,will also be brought up.

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