The School fee structure presently consists of various elements and heads of fees, some being charged on annual basis and some on monthly basis. For example, presently the monthly fee includes Tuition Fee, Development Fee, Maintenance Fee, Examination Stationery, Power Fee, Computer Fee and so on. Annual Charges are currently being levied on annual basis and collected in three installments.
For the sake of ensuring complete transparency and ease of understanding the school fee structure, from the academic session 2018-2019, various compulsory elements of monthly and annual fee have been consolidated and charged under the single head of “Tuition Fees”. This practice will make the fee structure of the School simpler and easier to comprehend, without any ambiguity and consequently will help the guardians to ascertain their periodic financial liability on account of school fees, right at the beginning of the session. It may also enable guardians to claim the full amount of fees as a deduction from income under the Income Tax Act, subject to other provisions of the Act. Elements of fees which are either not compulsory for a class, or which are related to a reimbursable service or to a service offered on experimental basis, will continue to be charged separately
(R. Sanyal Bhattacharjee)
The Priyamvada Birla Scholarship will be awarded every year, starting from 2013, to meritorious students belonging to the low income group, pursuing their studies in under-graduate courses in Colleges and Institutes in West Bengal on Merit cum Means Basis.