Chanco students get injunction on fees

High Court judge Zione Ntaba has granted an injunction to mature entry students of Chancellor College,  a constituent college of the University of Malawi (Unima), retraining the college  from demaning full payment as a condition from registration.

Judge Zione Ntaba: Granted the injunction

The registration was due in Tuesday.

Students Union of Chancellor Collefe president Raphael Nedi has confirmed the matter.

According to Nedi, this semester teh mature entry students were  required to pay the K425 000 in full “and the same applies to the nest semester, bringing the total amount of fees to K850 000.”

The students lawyer Kondwani Kumitengo said the  the college has traditionally allowed the student to pay the same instalments not in ful,

Judge Ntaba calls for inter prtes summons to be filled within 21 days, the case to filed within 21 days and the parties to try and mediate the issue before court.

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3 years ago

The university education in Malawi is slowly becoming commercialised when the country is backward in development. This will result many people remain uneducated. So goes the saying that is you thought education is expensive, try ignorance. In other words if Malawi Nation thinks it cannot invest in education, It should know it shall invest more in reaping ignorance. Masters students are expected to from k3.7million above in two installments….where will they gate the money, which bank would grant them fees loan. UNIMA is being insensitive to economic situation facing most Malawians. If it continues with this kind of approach, it… Read more »

Social Exchange Theory at play
Social Exchange Theory at play
3 years ago

Why are the authorities demanding full fees when all along post-graduate students have been paying by installments. What kind of this university, sorry paja ndi “college”

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Agenda Setting Theory
3 years ago

The reason why they want this money to be paid in full is that mature entry fee is shared among staff in departments.

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