Written by Administrator
Saturday, 20 March 2010 10:12
The candidate interested to get education in private sector must ensure that they are capable of paying the college dues and hostel dues in case of boarders for all the five years and will not default at any stage due to shortage of finances.
As you are aware of the fact that the professional education esp. medical education is quite costly and demands tremendous amount of hard work with a determinant sense of commitment to learning the profession and any kind of interruption during the period of learning and getting professional training cannot be afforded.. Not only that the teaching is costly but the hospital training on the clinical side is much more costly. It is estimated that to train a medical graduate in our country in Govt. medical college cost the government approximately more than Rs. Six millions while the cost is manifold for such training abroad esp in developed countries like U.S.A and U.K.
As the college is running on self finance basis, so it becomes imperative for the admitted students to pay the college dues well in time and in full amount. Payment in installments is not acceptable. However, students who show u p outstanding performance during their course of study e.g. securing top positions in professional examination in the university may get a financial help or monitory awards as decided by the committee from time to time.
RULES REGARDING PAYMENT ON COLLEGE DUES
- All the students must pay their fees within one month after the declaration of their result of that Class. Those who fail to deposit their fees within the stipulated period, a fine of Rs. 10/- per day will be charged in addition to the college fee and other subscriptions.
- All new entrants including migrated students will pay the above-mentioned fees and other subscription for the class in which they seek admission.
- In addition to fees prescribed above an admission fee of Rs. 1,00,000/- will be charged from students migrating from other colleges.
- The students who are detained or have failed to pass the examination in both Annual / Supplementary shall have to pay prescribed fees and other subscriptions for the class in which they fail.
- All those students who have passed/failed in supplementary examination must seek their admission/re-admission forthwith just after the declaration of the result of their classes. All those students who fail to comply with the above rules (4) will not be allowed to attend the classes or appear in the examination.
- Fees once paid shall not be refunded including those of migration cases. The levy, accounting and disposal of caution money will be at the disposal of the Principal.
- If the security deposited is not claimed within a period of 6-months of the date of leaving the college, then it shall not be refundable and will be credited to the benevolent fund maintained by the college for its students.