The West Bengal authorities on Thursday introduced that college students is not going to be charged for applying to state-run colleges and universities for admission in undergraduate programs. As per an official order, no cash might be charged from college students for offering utility types or prospectus for admission.
“Let me assert in unambiguous terms, colleges should not take a single rupee under any head from the candidates during admission,” Education Minister Partha Chatterjee mentioned.
“The colleges can”t even charge money for buying prospectus or in any other category. Those universities, which directly offer undergraduate courses, cannot similarly charge anything from the candidates,” he added.
Chatterjee mentioned college students shouldn’t be put underneath any financial stress as they’re already confronted with the hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following the minister”s assertion, the Higher Education Department issued a notification concerning this.
“No charges shall be taken from the students for scanning/uploading of documents for online admission in UG level courses, for providing the application form/prospectus of admission in UG level courses,” it mentioned.
Admission to the colleges and varsities in the state is being performed on-line this yr in the wake of the COVID- 19 pandemic. Most of the institutes started the method on August 10.