No fees to be charged from students for applying to colleges in West Bengal. The West Bengal government announced that students will not be charged for applying to state-run colleges and universities for admission in undergraduate courses. According to the official notice, No money can be charged from students for providing application forms or prospectus for admission. Follow us to get daily updates.
The West Bengal government has announced that this year students will be exempted from paying any amount to apply to any state-run colleges and universities for admission in undergraduate courses. As per an official order, no money can be charged from students for providing application forms or prospectus for admission.
Education Minister Partha Chatterjee said that “Let me assert in unambiguous terms, colleges should not take a single rupee under any head from the candidates during admission”.
“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.
Most of the institutes began the admission process on August 10. West Bengal became the second state to announce free online admission in state government aided colleges and universities. Students are advised to keep checking the official websites of the colleges they want to apply to, to get the latest updates.
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