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Bolmor Poly School Fees 2023/2024 Academic Session

Bolmor Polytechnic, Dugbe has recently released the school fees for the 2023/2024 academic session for both ND (National Diploma) and HND (Higher National Diploma) students. All students, including freshers and returning students, are expected to pay their tuition fees before the resumption date.

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In this blog post, we will provide you with detailed information on the tuition fees, payment procedures, and other essential details.

Bolmor Poly School Fees for 2023/2024 Academic Session:

For the 2023/2024 academic session, Bolmor Polytechnic has set the school fees at N33,000 for returning students and N50,000 for new students (freshers). It’s important to note that this amount is for tuition fees only and does not include other fees such as acceptance fee, departmental fees, or faculty fees.

How to Pay Bolmor Poly School Fees Online:

To pay the school fees online, students need to follow these simple steps:

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  1. Visit the school’s website and generate your student ID.
  2. Get verified on the student portal.
  3. Select “School Fees Payment” and proceed to make the payment.
  4. Fill in the necessary details after the payment is completed.
  5. Don’t forget to print out your receipt as proof of payment.

Acceptance Fee:

Newly admitted students (freshers) are required to pay an acceptance fee of N20,000. This fee is compulsory and nonrefundable for all newly admitted students.

Indigenes and Non-Indigenes School Fees:

Both indigenes and non-indigenes of Bolmor Polytechnic will pay the same amount for tuition fees, which is N33,000 for the 2023/2024 academic session.

Importance of Paying Fees on Time:

It is crucial for students to pay their fees on time to avoid disruptions in their academic activities at the school. Timely payment ensures a smooth learning experience and helps students focus on their studies without distractions.

Conclusion:

Bolmor Polytechnic, Dugbe has released the school fees for the 2023/2024 academic session. Returning students are expected to pay N33,000, while freshers will pay N50,000 as tuition fees. In addition to tuition fees, freshers need to pay a compulsory acceptance fee of N20,000.

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Both indigenes and non-indigenes will pay the same tuition fees amount. Students are advised to make their payments before the resumption date to avoid any inconvenience during the academic year.

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