FEE STRUCTURE 2019-2020
Sr.No. Name of the Courses Admission/
Continuation Fee
Development Fund Tuition Fee Exam. Fee Other Charges Total Fee
Per Annum*
A All M.Sc. Courses. (Except for the students of M.Sc. Microbiology & M.Sc. Biotechnology and M.Sc. (Economics) 1650 4400 3850 2200 10500 22600
B M.Tech. (Comp. Sc. & Engg.,) & M.Tech. (Env. Sc. & Engineering) 1650 8800 11000 3300 36500 61250
C MCA 1650 7700 11000 3300 25000 48650
D MBA 1650 16500 27500 3800 11500 60950
E M.Com. 1650 16500 11000 3800 11500 43450
F B. Pharmacy 1650 7700 7700 2200 23500 42750
G All B.Tech. Courses 1650 7700 33000 2200 16500 61050
H Master of Pharmacy 1650 9900 44000 3300 9500 68350
I Master of Physiotherapy 1650 3300 44000 3300 15500 67750
J Bachelor of Physiotherapy 1650 2200 20000 2200 11000 37050
K M.Tech. (Electronics & Communication Engineering),
M.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering),
M.Tech. (Printing Technology),
M.Tech. (Nano Sc. & Technology),
M.Tech. (Food Tech.)
1650 8800 11000 3300 36500 61250
L M.Sc Biotechnology 1650 3300 5500 3300 17500 31250
M M.Sc Biotechnology ubnder Self finance Scheme & M.Sc. Microbiology 1650 3300 5500 3300 17500 31250
N M. Tech. Geo. Informatics 1650 5500 28000 3300 10500 48950
O M.Sc. (Economics) 1650 4400 15000 2200 21500 44750
P M.Sc. Yoga Science & Therapy 1650 4400 10000 2200 13500 31750
Q Dual Degree B.Sc. (Hons)-M.Sc. in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & Biotechnology 1650 4400 15000 2200 21550 44800
R i) P.G. Diploma in Guidance & Counseling and ii)P. G. Diploma in Yoga Science & Therapy (PGDYST) 1650 4400 3850 2200 10500 22600
S B.Sc. (Hons.)-Economics 1650 4400 15000 2200 21000 44250
T B.Sc. (Hons.)-Psychology 1650 4400 15000 2200 21000 44250
U B.Sc. (Hons.)- Computer (Data Science) 1650 4400 15000 2200 21000 44250
V M.A. (English) 1650 4400 3850 2200 8000 20100
W M.A. (Hindi) 1650 4400 3850 2200 8000 20100

The Scheduled caste students of Haryana, who are eligible for Post Matric Scholarship (PMS), need not to pay the above prescribed fees. In addition to this University will provide online result, attendance, smart cards and quality water in all departments.
* In addition to above, the following amount is also payable as specified under:-

  1. Rs. 2000/- Security/Caution Money (Refundable)
  2. Rs. 500.00 Students Welfare Fund (Non Refundable).
  3. Rs. 100.00 Red Cross Fee for onward dissemination to Indian Red Cross Society, Haryana State Branch, Chandigarh.
  4. Rs. 100.00 Student Insurance Scheme
  5. Rs. 200.00 Student Alumni Fee
  6. Rs. 50/- Student Council Fee

  • Fee at no. i), to iii) is payable once in a course duration i.e. at the time of admission.

  • Fee at no. iv & vi) is payable every year (Odd Semester) and the insurance premium & Students Alumni Fee are non-refundable in respect of the students whose names are forwarded to the Insurance Company. The risk coverage for students on rolls of the University on the date of accident will be as per terms and conditions.

NOTES :

  1. Caution money/ security is refundable if application along with “No Dues Certificate’ is received by 31st December of the year of the completion of course (Application Format is available on the University website).

  2. The fee for the 1st Semester is to be deposited at the time of admission as per instructions to be notified at that time. Fee deposit Schedule for the subsequent Semesters of the Course will be as under:-
      (odd Semester)
    1. Without late fee: upto 15th July every year
    2. With late fee of Rs.10/- per day:upto 1st August every year

      (Even Semester)
    1. Without late fee: upto 8th January every year
    2. With late fee of Rs.10/- per day:upto 23rd January every year

    The name of the students who did not deposit the fee as per prescribed schedule may be struck off from the rolls of the department. However, they could be allowed re-admission by the Chairperson concerned keeping in view the status of attendance required for the fulfillment of the conditions of percentage of attendance. In case last date happens to be a holiday, next working day will be the last date.

  3. When a student is promoted late to the next higher semester after expiry of fee payment schedule and the student is not responsible for such delay, he/she will not be liable to pay late fee fine upto seven days of admission/ promotion to the next higher class.

NOTE : Old students will continue to pay their fees as per the prospectus of the year of their admission.

  1. If a candidate is admitted to two courses in the university he/she can be permitted to withdraw his/her candidature from the course other than the course of his/her choice and can get the refund/ adjustment of the fees paid by him/her for the course from which he/she is withdrawing after deducting the Admission Fee, provided he/she applied for refund adjustment of fee within a week of his/her admission to the course of his/her choice. Students admitted through Haryana State Technical Education Society will be regulated as per the instructions issued in this regard by the Haryana State Technical Education Society.
  2. If the admission of a student is cancelled by the University for no Fault of his/her, the Fees paid by him/her will be refunded.
  3. In case there are less than 10% of sanctioned intake where sanctioned intake is more than 30 or 5 admissions in the programmes where sanctioned intake is less than or equal to 30 except M.P.T. (Cardiothoracic & Pulmonary Disorders) as the case may be that programme may be wound–up and the students admitted may be asked to apply either for refund of fees or for admission to any other programmes in the same department for which they must fulfill the minimum eligibility qualifications. Such admissions will be over and above the sanctioned intake in the programmes in which such students are admitted. The refund of fees, if required, will however be made to such students after the last cut off date of admissions in the University without any deductions. Further, at least 20% of strength of admitted students is required to offer the Elective Course(s)/ Specialization by the students in a P.G. Programmes and at least 30% for UG programmes.
  4. (a) In case of UGC courses/ programmes, the following clause of UGC vide Notification dated October, 2018 for “Remittance and Refund of Fees” will be followed:-
    4.1.3. If a student chooses to withdraw from the program of study in which he/she is enrolled the institution concerned shall follow the following five-tier system for the refund of fees** remitted by the student.
    Sr.
    No.
    Percentage of Refund of Aggregate fees** Point of time when notice of withdrawal of admission is received in the Higher Educational Institutions (HEI)
    1 100% 15 days or more before the formally-notified last date of admission.
    2 90% Less than 15 days before the formally-notified last date of admission.
    3 80% 15 days or less after the formally-notified last date of admission.
    4 50% 30 days or less, but more than 15 days, after formally-notified last date of admission.
    5 00% More than 30 days after formally-notified last date of admission.

    **4.1.4 In case of (i) in the table above, the Higher Educational Institutions (HEI) concerned shall deduct an amount not more than 5% of the fees paid by the students, subject to a maximum of Rs. 5000/- as processing charges from the refundable amount.
    4.1.5 Fees shall be refunded by all Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) to an eligible student within fifteen days from the date of receiving a written application from him/her in this regard.
    b) AICTE Refund Policy be followed for Refund of Fee in case of AICTE approved courses i.e. B.Tech., M.Tech., MBA, MCA, B.Pharm., M.Pharm. The refund is not required to be linked with the vacancy of seats, in the institutions. The requests for refund of fees will be processed in accordance with AICTE’s provisions under the rules for AICTE programmes. After that only caution money will be refundable.
  5. In case of sudden demise of any student during study the fees paid by him / her for the session of demise may be refunded, if claimed by the parents.
  6. Dues for the subsequent years must be paid by the dates prescribed, otherwise a late fee fine of Rs.10/- per day, shall be charged. The name of the defaulter shall stand struck off the Rolls, if the dues are not paid up to the prescribed date (i.e. last date with late fee).
Students may be re-admitted by the permission of the Chairperson of the department/ Director, HSB concerned on payment of Rs. 1500/-, alongwith the arrears of fee and fines provided that Chairperson of the department is satisfied that, if re-admitted, the student will not fall short of the requisite percentage of lectures etc. A candidate, who attends any class(es) during the period his/her name remained struck off the rolls, shall not be given any credit for such lectures as he/she may have attended during the period in question.

fee concessions

  1. Full tuition fee concessions may be given to deserving students by the Chairpersons of the departments upto 10% of the total strength in the class mentioned in column `A’, `B’, `C’, `D’, `E’ , `F’, `L’, `R(i)’, `S’, `V’ and `W’ of fee structure table in this Chapter.
    The Vice-Chancellor may, in deserving cases and on the recommendations of the Chairpersons of the department concerned, grant additional fee concession upto 10% provided that not more than one such additional fee concession shall be awarded in any class in a department.
  2. Tuition fee concession may be allowed to two children of the same parents at the following rates in respect of the courses mentioned in Column `A’, `B’, `C’, `D’, `E’ , `F’, `L’, `R(i)’, `S’, `V’ and `W’ of fee structure table in this Chapter:-
    1. The elder to pay full fee and
    2. The younger to pay half fee
  3. The children of the serving/ retired military personnel upto the rank of N.C.O. or of military personnel killed or incapacitated wholly or partly during the war, shall be allowed full tuition fee concession in respect of the courses mentioned in the Column `A’, `B’, `C’, `D’, `E’ , `F’, `L’, `R(i)’, `S’, `V’ and `W’.
  4. Blind/persons with disabilities as “differently-abled persons” students and wards of Freedom Fighters may, on an application, be granted full tuition fee concession in respect of the courses mentioned in the column `A’, `B’, `C’, `D’, `E’ , `F’, `L’, `R(i)’, `S’, `V’ and `W’.
  5. 1/3rd concession of the total fee may be granted to the students belonging to weaker sections of the society subject to submission of Yellow Card and Income Certificate from the Competent Authority in respect of the courses mentioned in the column `A’, `B’, `C’, `D’, `E’ , `F’, `L’, `R(i)’, `S’, `V’ and `W’.
  6. 50% concession of the total fees to this university employees (GJUS&T, Hisar) and their dependents and 75% concession of the total fees to Class-III employees of this University (GJUS&T, Hisar) and their dependents and full fee concession in case of Class-IV employees of this University and their wards (other than Post Matric Scholarship cases) may be allowed in regular, part time, self-financed courses in the University Teaching Departments and Courses through Distance Education mode.
  7. The retired employees of this University may be treated at par with the serving employees for the purpose of fee concession for their wards/spouses. The wards of deceased employee (including pensioners) of this University may be granted 100% Tuition Fee Concession in regular, part time, self-financed courses in the University Teaching Departments and Courses through Distance Education mode.
  8. The fee concession on the pattern of GJUS&T employees will also be admissible to the employees working at Head Office of the Directorate of Technical Education, Haryana and Audit Staff posted in this University provided that the benefit will remain available to the audit staff till the semester/half yearly period in which the said employee leaves this University.
  9. The Scheduled Caste students of Haryana whose family income from all sources is upto Rs. 2.5 lacs per annum as prescribed by the State Govt. for Post Matric Scholarship and who produces, at the time of admission, the “caste” and “income” certificates/ affidavit issued by the competent authority, are not required to pay any kind of fees including tuition fee and they may pay a sum of Rs.1000/- (Refundable) as security/caution money at the time of admission. The eligible SC students will submit the Post Matric Scholarship Form at the time of admission / fee deposition. It can be obtained from the office of the concerned department or may be downloaded from the University website www.gjust.ac.in. The fee will be recovered from his/her scholarship amount. In case the student does not apply for scholarship or is found ineligible for award of scholarship or being eligible he/she is not awarded scholarship due to one or the other reason, he/she will be liable to pay full fee, along with late fee @ Rs. 10/- per day.
    All other SC students are liable to pay full fee including those SC students who are admitted to M.Tech./ M.Pharm. on the basis of valid GATE/ GPAT score.

NOTE:Applications for fee concession should reach the office of concerned Chairperson of the department upto 30th September /15 days of closing of admission whichever is later. In case last date happens to be a holiday, next working day will be the last date.