New Delhi: With introduction of the four year undergraduate programme from this year, most of Delhi University colleges have decided to increase their tuition fees for various courses offered by them.

The colleges which are bound to hike their course fees include Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), Hans Raj, St. Stephens, Kirori Mal, Lady Sri Ram and Ramjas. SRCC has decided to raise the fees for Economics and commerce programmes by Rs. 1,000 respectively. The fee hike at St. Stephen's College will be five to eight percent for Science and Humanities courses from this year. However, colleges like Hindu, Miranda House and Lady Irwin are not raising their fees. The annual fee for different courses at present is between Rs 7,000 and Rs 8,500 in these colleges.

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However, students at off-campus colleges such as Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College and Rajdhani College will now have to pay 10% more annually. The decision for fee hike has been solely taken by the administration of the respective colleges. DU administration has got nothing to do with it.

 

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