Dow University Charging Fee in Dollars.
The Sindh High Court has taken notice of Dow International Medical College (DIMC) charging fees in dollars.
The court, led by Acting Chief Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi, has directed authorities not to take adverse actions until the next hearing, showing concern for the parents and students affected by this policy.
Parents of nearly 30 students raised concerns about DIMC insisting on annual fees in dollars and subsequently increasing fees due to fluctuations in the USD to PKR exchange rate.
The lawyers argued that the prospectus didn’t mention such requirements, and there’s no legal provision allowing medical institutions to insist on fees in a specific currency.
The court, during a key session, questioned the petitioner’s lawyer about the composition of the student body and discovered that both local and international students coexist.
However, the university enforces the same fee structure for all, regardless of currency considerations.
This development underscores the court’s commitment to impartiality and justice in addressing concerns about fee structures and currency policies at DIMC.
The next hearing is scheduled for November 27, during which responses from Dow International Medical College, PMDC, and other stakeholders are expected.
Note: The information above might not be accepted 100%. Please verify from your own sources. We will not be responsible for any kind of loss due to our content.
For more news, please visit Munafa Marketing.