Ten Thousand Fine may have to be Paid on Late Fees, Dispute Over Examination Fees in Technical University Hamirpur

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Ten Thousand Fine may have to be Paid on Late Fees, Dispute Over Examination Fees in Technical University Hamirpur

In Himachal Pradesh Technical University, Hamirpur, a dispute has arisen regarding the fees for the papers of Hotel Management first semester. It is worth noting that the examination fee was fixed at Rs 2500, while a fine of Rs 10,000 has been imposed on it for not paying it till December 31.

However, the surprising thing is that neither the concerned department nor the students had any information about this fine. The student is confused about the fact that the fine has been imposed more than the examination fee.

On the other hand, the students have clearly said that they were paying the fees since December 28, but the technical university’s server itself was down. The consequences of which they have to bear.

The university administration has come out in a hurry on the last day itself, due to which the inefficiency of the administration is clearly visible.

Raising the voice of the students, NSUI State General Secretary Tony Thakur said that this is happening for the first time in a government campus that a fine more than the examination fee has been imposed.

He said that the technical university has become a den of corruption. They have taken the money for the identity cards from the students but have not yet given them the identity cards.

Also, the Vice Chancellor is not giving time to the students to meet him. He said that the problems of the students should be redressed soon, otherwise they should be prepared to face the consequences. About six-seven students are being targeted by the administration in this way.

Ten Thousand Fine may have to be Paid on Late Fees, Dispute Over Examination Fees in Technical University Hamirpur

Exams will Start from January 10

Himachal Pradesh Technical University Hamirpur on Thursday issued a notification to start the dates of examinations for undergraduate and postgraduate classes from January 10, which was earlier to start from January 12.

In such a situation, there is a lot of anger among the students. Students also mentioned that in the current time schedule, very few holidays have been given in between papers, due to which students will not get enough time to study.

While in the previous datesheet, students were given a lot of holidays in between the exams. The students have urged the HPTU administration to keep proper gap between the papers in the exam schedule.