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    Circular/ Advisory to be considerate on the point of fees.

    BCI:314:2020 (LE) Date: 27.07.2020

     
    To,
     
    All the Centres of Legal Education
     
    Sub: Circular/ Advisory to be considerate on the point of fees.
     
    Dear Sir (s),

     
    The Bar Council of India is flooded with requests of  students from various Centers of Legal Education throughout the country with one basic and consistent plea that Centers of Legal Education should  accept fee in  easy installments. There have  been requests made to  also to waive off certain components of the fee, like utilization of infrastructure fee, library, other facilities etc on the ground that no such utilization is being done as physical classes are not  being held, in Centers of Legal Education.
     

     Students and even parents alike have  pleaded that during the times of pandemic when many people have been laid off from their jobs, many have got reduced salaries,  businesses have turned into loss making ventures, reasonable concessions should be offered to them to enable them to  tide over such difficulties.
     

    In the light of the extreme crisis situation that has arisen due to the pandemic situation, we would request all Centers of Legal Education to be considerate and compassionate to the hardhships being faced by students.

     

    All Centers of Legal Education are advised to  frame flexible alternative  scheme/s  which gives ample scope to  students to pay their annual/semester fee,   in easy instalments instead of in one  lumpsum.
     

    Centers of Legal Education are  also advised to also consider the savings on electricity and maintenance of infrastructure which they would have had to bear during physical classes, which is being saved now and consider proportionally adjusting the same with the fee being charged.
     

     
    All Centers of Legal Education are advised to  also  to consider individual   requests from students, if any, concerning payment of fee, in a sympathetic manner, keeping in view the present Covid-19 pandemic situation.
     

    Students have cited increased costs of data packs, a good desktop computer, lap top being necessary now for online mode of education and have stated while the income of their parents have been reduced, their educational expenditure is suddenly showing an upward trend due to such incidental costs.
     

    Students have stated that cut off dates have been fixed to pay fee and failure to pay fee will de bar them from accessing online classes which will result in gross mental agony, apart from loss of opportunity to have access to legal education.

     
    These are special circumstances, an emergency has arisen, it is a world wide pandemic, students would not have pleaded like this under normal circumstances.
     

    Being  the regulator of legal education endowed with the task of promoting legal education and lay down standards of education, this Advisory, is being issued  to all Centers of Legal Education to be considerate and compassionate to the plea of  students  and  frame alternative and optional schemes for payment of fee through instalments after considering all the factors enumerated above and permit applicants  to pay fee in equal monthly installments or over a period of time and also consider individual cases of hardships sympathetically and lend a helping hand to the troubled students without imposing any penalty or without debarring them from access to online classes.
     

    Therefore, Centers of Legal Education, including Universities and Colleges are advised to be considerate to the prevalent extraordinary situation in hand and help the students to the extent they can do;
     

    Thanks,
     
     
    Manan Kumar Mishra
    Chairman
    Bar Council of India

     

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