Delhi University To Refund Over 86 Lakh To Students

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Delhi university asked for the correct bank details for the refund of the admission fee which the students had deposited last year. The University is initiating a refund of a fee to those students who had canceled their admission before August 31st, 2019. However, the students who canceled their admission after August 31st, 2019 are not eligible for any refund.

The refunds were previously processed on November 21st but could not be completed due to the incorrect bank details provided by the students. around 972 students are still on the waiting list for refund.

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“Refund as failed due to wrong account details, you are requested to kindly update/correct your bank account details on your admission portal within the next five days i.e. February 24th, 2020” the university has informed in a notification released on its official website.

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The total refund amount accounts for Rs. 83,95,284, the 950 students who had applied for the undergraduate students are yet to provide their correct bank details.

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22 refund transactions for the postgraduate courses which amount to Rs. 2,25,831 are yet to be refunded to students.

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