The prescribed tuition fee is payable in full or in three installments (for all 12 months) through cheque payment drawn in favour of ‘The Deens Educational Trust’ only.
Cash payments will not be accepted.
The 2nd & 3rd instalment of the tuition fee has to be paid before the 5th of September and 5th January respectively. The first term fee for the following year has to be paid by the 5th of April. No reminders will be sent by the school regarding the payment of fees.
The bus fee has to be paid in two installments by 5th May & 5th November in favour of Deens Academy Transport Account.
Defaulters will have to pay a fine of Rs. 500/- per day. Please note that no excuses recommendations will be entertained in this regard.
Post- dated cheques may be deposited at the school, in the event that you are unavailable during the fee payment period.
If a student has defaulted with payment of fees, a letter of warning will be sent. The student will not be permitted to attend class after one week from the due date.
If you have to send the fees through your child, kindly send it in the form of a cheque in a sealed envelope, addressed to the Principal, pinned to the Deens Day Book, with a note to the class teacher. The school will not be responsible for misplaced cheques.
Fees once paid will not be refunded.
The fee structure is subject to change periodically.
All fee queries have to be directed to the Principal.
Students joining the school in the second or third term will have to pay the entire year’s tuition fee. Students withdrawing in the middle of the academic session have to remit full years fee before relieving formalities commence.
The drop-box facility on the bus may be used for payment of fees. Kindly follow the above instructions for the same.
The school retains the right to determine its policies, especially with regard to fee slabs and fee payment structures. We solicit your support on this.
Receipts for the cheques will be available in the students ERP within 10 working days.
The penalty for cheques that have not been realised by the bank will have to be borne by the parents.