Concern over fee reimbursement delay

Students of Acharya Nagarjuna University expressed concern over the delay in tuition fee reimbursement and maintenance charges for the year 2009-2010 at a meeting held with District Collector B Ramanjaneyulu here on Wednesday. Representatives of various student unions, ANU Officer on Special Duty M Samuyelu, University College principal G.N Brahmanandam and others were present in the meeting.

It may be reminded that the students have been agitating for the last three months demanding immediate reimbursement of tuition fee and even raised their objections during a meeting addressed by Chief Minister K. Rosaiah on July 31.

Varsity claim

The students boycotted classes on Monday. The University authorities claimed that the University is yet to get about Rs.2 crore in lieu of fee reimbursement for 2009-2010.

This includes, Rs.71.55 lakh for reimbursing fee for students belonging to Economically Backward Sections (EBC), Rs.30 lakh for LBC students, Rs.40 lakh for students belonging to SC category, Rs.5 lakh for students belonging to ST category. No remittances have been made under minority category so far.

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