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More than 800 FNU students have registered for the Flexible fee payment option

More than 800 FNU students have registered for the Flexible fee payment option

By Naveel Krishant
Monday 17/08/2020

More than 800 FNU students have registered for the Flexible fee payment option which enables students to pursue their academic aspirations.

FNU introduced the flexible payment option for students, keeping in mind that some may face cash flow issues due to the economic impacts caused by COVID-19.

FNU’s Director Finance Nilesh Prasad says students enter into a payment plan with the University’s Division of Finance which enables the payment of a fee in agreed instalments.

Prasad says for students who were unable to pay their fees during the first half of the year, they have given them time till December to clear their dues.

He adds FNU also allows students, who have not fully paid fees for Semester 1 to continue their studies in Semester 2 once they register for the payment plan.

Prasad says the university understands that it’s important for students to complete their studies within the specified programme duration.

FNU has also removed late enrollment or late penalty on fee payment.

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