The Fee Regulatory Committee (Technical) announced the maximum fees at 17 new technical institutes for the academic session 2023-24. It also announced the provisional fee for the institutes that have proposed an increase of more than 5 per cent of the existing fee structure.
The maximum fee for degree engineering programmes has been fixed at Rs 67,000, MPharm Rs 1,25,000, MBA Rs 82,000, MTech Rs 96,000, BPharm Rs 69,000, MCA Rs 66,000, Master of Planning Rs 54,000, diploma architecture Rs 40,000 and diploma engineering Rs 30,000.
The self-financed technical colleges or institutions that applied for a hike of more than five per cent of the existing fee for the next block period of three years — from 2023-24 to 2025-26 — have been permitted to charge as provisional fee decided by the FRC technical.
The fee is purely provisional and on the basis of it, the colleges or institutions will charge a provisional fee from the students admitted in 2023-24 for the first semester. It will be subject to the final determination of the fee structures of such colleges or institutions,” the committee stated.
Meanwhile, to facilitate the process of admission of students in colleges or institutions, FRC (Technical), in a temporary measure, announced the provisional fees of such institutions.
However, upon completion of the fee determination process, the final fee structures of the colleges will be declared and that will be the final fees chargeable by these institutions.