BHAKTAPUR: Council of Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT) has directed its affiliate nursing colleges across the country to not charge high tuition fee breaching the stipulated standard.
CTEVT came up with this move after students resorted to protests citing high charge from some of the nursing colleges defying the circular from the CTEVT.
‘We have already issued circular to the technical institutions operating certificate and diploma courses having approval from CTEVT to not charge high fee against the stipulated standard’, said CTEVT Administrative Chief, Ramesh Poudel.
He further said CTEVT will be compelled to take action against the colleges and institutions opting for breaching the rules and regulations. RSS
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