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Hyderabad: College holds on to student papers for Rs 1 lakh

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | ATHER MOIN
Published Jul 23, 2019, 1:48 am IST
Updated Jul 23, 2019, 1:48 am IST
Fahad got admission for the four-year BPhar-macy in 2016-17, and paid Rs 13,000 during admission and Rs 35,000 in 2017 as tuition fee.
Fahad Bin Yousuf has been asked to pay Rs 1.05 lakh to release the SSC and Intermediate mark sheets and other certificates, which he had submitted at the time of admission.
 Fahad Bin Yousuf has been asked to pay Rs 1.05 lakh to release the SSC and Intermediate mark sheets and other certificates, which he had submitted at the time of admission.

Hyderabad: The Nizam Institute of Pharmacy, in Deshmu-khi, Nalgonda, is de-manding that a dropout pay three years’ fee to release his certificates.

Fahad Bin Yousuf has been asked to pay Rs 1.05 lakh to release the SSC and Intermediate mark sheets and other certificates, which he had submitted at the time of admission.

 

Fahad got admission for the four-year BPhar-macy in 2016-17, and paid Rs 13,000 during admission and Rs 35,000 in 2017 as tuition fee. He could not continue his studies because of financial problems.

He says when he asked for the return of his documents, the college said the papers were with the Pharmacy Council and would be returned to him only after the completion of the course’s duration. He said he has been told to pay for the three remaining years of the course at the rate of Rs 35,000 per year.

He cited UGC rules and asked why he had to pay the fee when he was discontinuing.

 

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Location: India, Telangana, Hyderabad




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