EAMCET | Some important answers on Fee payment and documents required to get fee exemption | EAMCET fee exemption rules | fee reimbursement

EAMCET | Some important answers on Fee payment and documents required to get fee exemption | EAMCET fee exemption rules| fee reimbursement

Even though getting a seat is guaranteed in EAMCET, there so many issues related EAMCET fee exemptions and fee payment related documents.  Students who were below one lakh income group will get fee re-imbursement from the state government. But, they need to submit certain documents to get the fee reimbursement. There is many other question to the fee for EAMCET students. Here is some more FAQ’s on fee for EAMCET counseling candidates.

Q: If I get my seat cancelled, how and when can I get the refund of Tuition fee?
Ans: Approach the nearest Help Line Centre and Submit Original Challan only, and also give your Residential/correspondence address. The DD will be dispatched with in 4/6 weeks to your address.

Q: If I slide from Govt/University  College to Private College, how can I get back the excess Amount paid towards tuition fee?
Ans: Approach the nearest Help Line Centre and Submit only the Original Challan, and also give your Residential/correspondence address. The DD will be dispatched with in 4/6 weeks to your residential address.

Q: I got a seat in particular college, and I paid the fee and original challan was also  submitted in the college. But I am not interested to continue there, what can I do?
Ans: Take cancellation letter from the college and submit the cancellation letter & original Challan at HLC where you have deposited your certificates to get back your original Certificates and fee.

Q: What is the Income limit for granting fee exemption?
Ans: The Annual Income of the parents from all sources should not exceed more than 1 lakh Rupees.

Q: I have no Father, but my mother is alive. Can I get certificate of Income on my  Mothers name for fee exemption?
Ans: Yes. In addition to income certificate, you have to produce Death Certificate of your revered Father issued by M.R.O as Proof of Death.

Q: I have no parents, I am staying in an Orphanage.  From whom I have to produce Income Certificate?
Ans: A Self declaration by the candidate stating that the parents are not alive and proof of staying in Orphanage is sufficient to claim exemption.

Q: I am staying with my mother, my father is alive but his whereabouts are not   known.  What I have to do for claiming fee exemption?
Ans: You have to produce Income certificate of your mother issued by Tahsildhar and also an affidavit signed by Magistrate stating that candidates father has deserted his/her mother long back and his whereabouts are not known .

Q: I am residing at a place in Rangareddy district.  But I have an income certificate  issued by tahsildar of Anantapur district?
Ans: No, you have to produce the Income Certificate issued by Tahsildar of your place of residence only.

Q: I do not have income certificate right now, my parents annual income is below 1 lakh Rupees.  Shall I be granted fee exemption?
Ans: No, in the absence of Income certificate, candidate has to pay full EAMcET fee prescribed and claim fee exemption after producing income certificate either in the college or to the admission authority.

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5 thoughts on “EAMCET | Some important answers on Fee payment and documents required to get fee exemption | EAMCET fee exemption rules | fee reimbursement

  1. Sai Post author

    If you are claiming for any exemption or fee, you need to submit all the documents. Read FAQ’s in articles section. You will know the required documents list.

  2. teju

    sir,i have not submited the income certificate during certificate verification..is it possible to get fee reimbursment now by submitting income cerificate???

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