It is advised to have a considerate view of the matter and restrain from enhancing school fees during the current academic year. Any case of delayed payment/non-payment of the fee by the guardian in the prevailing situation may be considered sympathetically.
Fee Structure of Educational Institutions in West Bengal
Publication related to Fee Structure for Admission to all types of Courses offered by West Bengal Government or Govt. Aided Institutions.
Tuition fees and other fees in Engineering & Technology, Pharmacy and Architecture Courses in the Self-financing Engineering & Technology, Pharmacy and Architecture Colleges for the academic year 2018-19.
Governor has been pleased to accept recommendation of the fees structure Permanent committee and accordingly to set up the fees structure for B.D.S and M.D.S. students at Guru Nanak Institute of Dental Education and Research, Panihati.
To encourage the spread of higher education in under-served mofussil areas away from Kolkata, where significant demand exists for college studies, considering the steady increase in the number of high school pass outs across the State.
Upper ceiling of Admission Fees for B.Ed./ B.P.Ed./ M.Ed./ M.P.Ed. Programme (2 year) in West Bengal is Rs. 75,000/- only per annum per student, for the academic session 2015-2017.
The committee will assess the prevailing fee structure in various Government/ Government-aided Colleges and submit a report to the State Govt. alongwith their recommendation on implementation of uniform fee structure including Tution Fees.
Governor is pleased to revise the existing tuition-fee for students admitted in the under-graduate Engineering, Technology, Pharmacy and Architecture courses in the private self-financing colleges in the State.
Only Rs. 22000/- was decided as admission fees for each student-teacher taking admission into two year B.Ed course through ODL mode. Violation of the above scheduled fee-structure will be viewed seriously.
No capitation fee in any form or kind can be demanded or realised from the students for admission or for continuance of study in the college or for any other reason, either directly or indirectly.
Tuition Fee is inclusive of Development Fee and thus no separate Development Fee can be charged by the Colleges. No capitation fee in any form can be realized from the students for admission.