Students are not supposed to keep money with them to avoid chances of theft and various disciplinary issues. However the parents can deposit a certain amount of cash with the college, which they feel would be required for extra personal expenditure of their ward for a term. The college will provide the receipt for the same. The student can avail of the required amount on request and proper account will be maintained by the office.


Ordinarily no withdrawal should be made during the academic session; nonetheless, if the need arises then a minimum of three months notice is mandatory for withdrawal. Withdrawal of the ward from college has to be notified to the college office, in writing, through registered post or by hand, by the parent or by the person who had got the admission formalities done. The date of the receipt of the letter/ application for withdrawal shall be treated as the date of notice for withdrawal. Telephonic intimation shall not be accepted. No fees will be refunded if the child is withdrawn in the first academic year.

There will be no refund of fees in the cases where the student has been expelled or his withdrawal has been warranted, on disciplinary grounds. The management of the college has the right to ask for the withdrawal of a student from the college, if they consider the situation so warrants and is to their best judgment, and they may not assign any reason for doing so. No fees shall be refunded in such cases.


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