Case 1: In case a student applies for admission in a course in the University and pays full fee and charges but decides not to join the course within 15 days from the date of admission, then s/he may get refund amount of upto 50% of the amount paid less processing fee.
Case 2: In case a student applies for admission in a course and pays full fee and charges and has also registered for the course programme, and leaves after 15 days of the date of admission, then s/he may not get any refund amount.
Case 3: In case a student dies or is rendered physically handicapped because of any mishap or illness that would make him/her unable to pursue the studies, then, the matter of refund would merit extraordinary discretion of the Vice-Chancellor to decide about.
A. The annual charges on these facilities would be operational for twelve months in a year; Hostel fees includes only accommodation charges and electricity charges. Other charges such as laundry and mess charges are not part of hostel fees.
B. In case a student wishes to withdraw from the hostel facility due to any compelling reason after paying the hostel fees within 15 days from the date of admission, 50% of the hostel fees is refundable less processing fees.
C. In case a student wishes to withdraw from the hostel facility due to any compelling reason after 15 days from the date of admission, then s/he may not get any refund amount.
D. In case of medical student Hostel fees includes mess charges. Refund policy will be same as point b and c above.
E. The student desirous of leaving the Hostel for any compelling reason must give One month notice to the warden before the date of leaving.
F. The student leaving the hostel mid-way will have to furnish a no-dues certificate from the warden and the receipt or an affidavit stating the receipt no. along with the no-dues certificate. The affidavit will be prepared in the manner of the refund of the caution money.
In case of any grievance/s regarding the refund/s, the student may write to the Redressal Committee appointed by the Vice-Chancellor annually. In case the student is not satisfied with the decision of the committee, s/he may appeal to the Vice-Chancellor for redressal. However, his decision will be final in the matter.
While making on-line payment of University fees, due to system/typo error if paid to other student account, then Student must inform in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org along with payment details, after verifying bank transaction, amount will be refunded fully to student same bank account via gateway payment.
Students must complete the Student Refund Request Form and submit to email@example.com
Refunds shall be made, within 15 working days of receipt of refund request.
Candidate must provide following information about bank along with the request:
Name of Account Holder
Relation with student
Bank Branch and address
IFSC code of the Bank
The refund may be applied in writing or through an e mail which is registered with the University. The University will not be held responsible for any disputes or other matters arising due to the completeness or correctness of the particulars provided in the refund request. The student unconditionally agrees that the particulars provided are correct in all respects and will not make the University party to any disputes which may arise due to furnishing of such particulars.
The date of receipt of letter or email shall be treated as date of request. Delay or non-receipt of request shall be responsibility of the candidate.
The University's Refund policy as set out above applies to these refunds.