Panjab University (PU) has decided to hike the fee for the new session 2018-19 for PG & UG courses in the colleges. After the hike in the school fees, its time for the students to pay more for their higher education as well in Chandigarh. All the colleges affiliated with PU (Chandigarh) is all set to have a fee hike of 5% from the new session 2018-19 for most of the UG & PG courses.
Proposal for the same has been made & will be kept with the Syndicate for the approval on 10 December 2017. And if the same gets the approval from the Syndicate committee then the student seeking admission in UG & PG courses of PU will have to pay more fee for their higher education.
And there have been Fee hike at Panjab University, Chandigarh 2018-19
PU (Panjab University) is all set to make student pay more for their higher education with the hike of 5% on its fee structure for the session 2018-19. Even PU has also proposed the fee hike for its campus courses cost to be increased by 2 to 10% from the very new session 2018-19. And the committee has decided to increase the fee by 5% under all the heads including tuition & examination fee.
Although as of now on 10th Dec 2017, PU will seek approval for the proposed fee hike from the Syndicate committee. And after the approval, it will be forwarded to the Senate for the final approval of the fee hike from the new session 2018-19 in PU affiliated colleges. And the final decision on the Panjab University fee hike will be released by 16 December 2017.
Here’s the Present Annual fee structure of PU
Earlier this year only, Students held a protest against the hostel fee hike in Panjab University and the Panel is now all set for the increase in the annual fee structure for the students seeking new admission in UG & PG courses. As of the now BA course fee at PU in Punjab & Chandigarh is of Rs. 11,350 & Rs. 13,470 respectively. Whereas the fee for B.Com course is of Rs. 20,530 (Punjab) & Rs. 20,030 (Chandigarh). As well as the B.Sc course fee in PU is somewhat Rs. 12,760 (Punjab) & Rs. 14,830 (Chandigarh).
Source: The Tribune