New Delhi : Corona-virus pandemic has hit the Indian economy very badly and majority of job employees are facing huge financial crisis since March. During these tough times, DTU is demanding for annual fees in just a short span of time of 1 week (5 days technically) from DTU students.
The students of Delhi Technological University (DTU) started protesting against the university officials for demanding fees in such a short notice on social media. A 4th year Mechanical student from DTU who is facing financial crisis to battle covid 19 since lockdown.
Fees Notice by DTU
The notice regarding fee schedule was announced by DTU officials. According to students DTU administrations have put up the circular very late. The last date for the payment of fees was supposed to have been announced on July 24. Instead, the notice was posted on July 29, giving B.Tech students just about a week to raise the Rs 1.9 lakh they will require for the new college year.
The notification that declared the last date for the accommodation of charges is dated July 24. It indicates that the expenses for all BTech understudies, regardless of whether in the main year or the last year, is Rs 1,90,000 and the charges for understudies of Bachelors of Business Administration and BA (Honors) Economics is Rs 90,000.
There are fines to be paid if the charges are submitted late. On the off chance that expenses are paid between August 6 and 13, the fine is Rs 2,000. On the off chance that they are paid between August 14 and 20, the fine is Rs 5,000. Furthermore, if the expenses are submitted between August 21 and 27, the fine is Rs 10,000.
On the off chance that a student neglects to present her expense by August 27, the notification says, the student’s name will be removed from the college.
The 2019 DTU expenses separation of costs, which is accessible with The Wire, shows that the expense of educational cost for BTech students is just about a large portion of the absolute charge.
Different segments in the full charge incorporate co-curricular exercises, preparing and position, extra-curricular exercises, yearly assembling, understudy government assistance, institutional turn of events, re-appropriating, assessment expense, etc.