Andhra Pradesh education department fixes fee for junior colleges, schools – Times of India

By | August 25, 2021


VISAKHAPATNAM: The Andhra Pradesh School Education Regulatory & Monitoring Commission has a fixed fee structure for both schools and junior colleges in the state for the block period from 2021-22, 2022-23, and 2023-24. The education department released two separate orders on the same on Tuesday.

In the schools situated in gram panchayats, the maximum average fee collectible shall be Rs 10,000 per annum for primary schools, and Rs 12,000 per annum for secondary schools. In the schools situated in municipalities, the maximum average fee collectible shall be Rs 11,000 per annum for primary schools, and Rs 15,000 per annum for secondary schools.

In the schools situated in municipal corporations, the maximum average fee collectible shall be Rs 12,000 per annum for primary schools, and Rs.18,000 per annum for secondary schools.

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In the junior colleges situated in gram panchayats, the maximum fee collectible shall be Rs 15,000 per annum for MPC and BiPC groups, and Rs 12,000 per annum for non-science and non-maths groups such as CEC and HEC.

In the junior colleges situated in municipalities, the maximum fee collectible shall be Rs 17,500 per annum for MPC and BiPC groups, and Rs 15,000 per annum for groups such as CEC and HEC.

In the junior colleges situated in municipal corporations, the maximum fee collectible shall be Rs 20,000 per annum for MPC and BiPC groups, and Rs.18,000 per annum for CEC and HEC.

This fee is inclusive of tuition fee, prospectus and registration fee, admission fee, examination fee, laboratory fee, sports fee, computer laboratory fee, library fee, extracurricular activities fee, student welfare fund, student health care scheme, study tour, alumni, and any other similar fee related to academics.

A student is expected to pay optional fee components such as Transportation charges, hostel charges (boarding and lodging charges) if he / she opts for the same.





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