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Del. HC: Can’t Charge Higher Fees from Students Admitted Through Management Quota - (18 May 2023)

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Delhi High Court while observing that same fee structure is applicable to both Quota and Non-quota categories, has stated that admissions are not guided by paying capacity of candidates hence higher fees from students admitted through management quota cannot be charged.

Tags : DELHI HIGH COURT   MANAGEMENT QUOTA   HIGHER FEE  

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