UGC College Admission 2019: Original Documents Not Mandatory From New Session

University Grants Commission has released a notification stating that no college can ask for original documents of the student before confirming the admission 2019. UGC affiliated colleges have been notified by the Commission to not retain any original document of the students in regards with new session admission. Now, no students have to submit their original documents in College before the admission confirmation from 2019 onwards.

University Grants Commission has been bringing a lot of changes for the students approaching for higher studies in 2019. Know more changes and reasons regarding the changes to be brought up by UGC in higher studies from 2019 onwards below.

UGC 2019: Original Documents not mandatory for College Admission

University Grants Commission has recently rolled out a notification mentioning that no college will now submit any of the original documents of students before the confirmation of admission from 2019 onwards. According to reports, UGC has now made it clear that all the student applying for the UGC affiliated colleges is not mandatory to submit the original documents for admission 2019.

The decision has been taken in regards to relief students from admission in higher studies. As before to the admission process Colleges used to block the original documents of students, so that they fail to seek admission in other colleges. This decision will increase the probability level of students getting admission in other UGC affiliated colleges as well from 2019 onwards.

More Changes from New Session 2019 Admission in UGC affiliated Colleges

Along with the decision of withdrawing the keeping of the original documents of the students by the University Grants Commission affiliated colleges before admission, the commission has also implemented new changes from 2019 onwards. The official notification also stated that in case the student withdraws his/her name, the college can only charge processing fee upto Rs. 5000 from 2019. As of now, Colleges use to charge huge amount as processing fee.

The students will get a total refund of 90% within 15 days of the date of admission, as well as 80% after the 15 days of the last date of admission. Whereas if in case student withdrew the name in between 16 to 30 days of admission, then only 50% of the refund will be made.


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