BHU forms panel to study issues raised by students on fee revision

Banaras Hindu University (BHU) today constituted a panel to look into the issues raised by some students through their representations regarding the proposed fee structure in some programs from the academic session 2022-23.

BHU officials reiterated that the new structure applies only to candidates taking admission in the academic session 2022-23 onwards.

“The university has time and again stated that no revision has been made effective for the current students of BHU and they will continue to pay the existing fee till the completion of their course of study,” the university said.

However, as some students have even then filed representations on fee-related issues, the The vice-chancellor, Sudhir Kumar Jainm, has decided to set up a committee to study these issues.

This committee will study and “report on the fee structure as proposed and implemented in the academic session 2022-23 and beyond and also examine the representations made by the student groups,” the university clarified in its communicated

In addition, the committee will also bridge the communication gap with selected students from the representative groups.

This committee is chaired by Professor Yashwant Singh, Director of the Institute of Agricultural Sciences. Prof. AS Raghubanshi, Director, Institute of Environment and Sustainable Development, Prof. Madhoolika Agrawal, Dean, Faculty of Science, Prof. AK Nema, Dean of Students, and Prof. Abhimanyu Singh, Chief Supervisor have have been incorporated into the committee as members. Dr. Pushyamitra Trivedi, Dy. The registrar, an academic, is the member secretary of the commission.

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