Engineering students don’t have to pay half of the course fee while taking provisional admissions and will have to deposit only 10 per cent of it. The University of Pune, in its latest circular, has issued directives in this regard.
Students who apply for verification and revaluation of marks in the hope of better results and prefer provisional admission in the meantime will benefit from the move.
Students will have to pay remaining 90 per cent of the total fee at the time of confirming admission. In case a student fail to confirm his/her admission, colleges will have to repay the 10 per cent fee deposited by students towards provisional admission.
The university has clarified that the revised fee structure for provisional admission will remain applicable for 2014-15. The university has also clarified that students can opt for provisional admission on sole responsibility of their own.
University of Pune has more than 115 affiliated engineering colleges in Pune, Nashik and Ahmednagar districts, who will have to abide by the latest fee related rules for provisional admissions.
Gajanan Kharate, dean of engineering faculty with university, said the university’s move would help students avoid financial burden.
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