University not refunding fees University not refunding fees

2 months ago

Lingyas university offered B.tech for working professional couse. We took admission. Later we found that cause is not affiliated from AICTE. We requested for withdrawl of our admission and fees refunded. University has refunded fees of some of students and denying for rest of students. Kindly help.

Legal Counsel Vidhikarya

Responded 2 months ago

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A.Dear Client,
In the given situation, serving a legal notice to the concerned head of the respective deptt of the University, you can file a complaint under Sec.35 of the Consumer Protection Act, 2019 against the University for deficiency in service and unfair trade practices (conducting courses without affiliation of the competent authority) claiming refund of entire course fees and compensation for harassment along with the cost of litigations. Reach out to an Advocate for guidance and steps.
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