Complaint against Delhi institute dismissed

Plea sought compensation from Delhi institute for not refunding fees submitted during admissions

The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) on Wednesday dismissed a plea seeking compensation against Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology for not refunding the fees submitted during admissions.

The complainant had alleged that he had paid over ₹83,000 but applied for withdrawal of provisional admission as he did not get the preferred choice of course. Blaming the institute for deficiency in services for deducting a sum of ₹10,000, the complainant approached the consumer forum.

However, the forum held that the complainant was not entitled to compensation and said, “The complainant had given an undertaking, while withdrawing admission, whereby he admitted knowledge of the refund rules and agreed to abide by them.”

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