I was studying this fee structure, for my college:
Fee structure for the academic year 2011-2012
Admission fee: (non-refundable) Rs. 65,000/-
Security deposit: (refundable) Rs. 15,000/-
Tuition fee (non-refundable): (3 subjects + GP) Rs. 15,750/-
Lab fee (for each lab): Rs. 2,500/month
Art overhead: Rs. 2000/month
Extracurricular activity fee: Rs. 1500/month
I want to ask:
1. What is a GP?
2. Is the tuition fee not payable each month?
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Probably general purpose or similar to cover overhead not included in the specific subject tuition fees. Tuition is generally required in advance so therefore not a monthly payment, and the school has probably made a committment to the teachers so needs to make sure that funds will be available to cover salaries etc.
SO the tuition fee needs to be paid only once?
once in a year?
Probably once per term or semester, or year if that is the length of a "subject". Try contacting the school or look again on their website.
Yeah in this context I would have to agree with Cryptic, general purpose or similar makes sense. It is a generic umbrella to cover costs that are associated with tuition, but are NOT tuition.