PRINCOF Withdraws 2021/2022 Provisional Fees For Colleges Of Education

PRINCOF Withdraws 2021/2022 Provisional Fees For Colleges Of Education

The Conference of Principals of Colleges of Education has withdrawn the 2021/2022 Provisional Fees for Colleges of Education.
In light of the above, students should expect NEW BILLS fees for the 2021/22 Academie Year.

The Principals of Colleges of Education in a communique to all SRC President of Colleges of Education have asked trainees to IGNORE the provisional fees for 2021/22 Academic Year until further notice is given on a NEW BILL.

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Not too long ago, PRINCOF has released the provisional fees for the 2021/2022 Academic Year for various Courses and levels.
Teacher Trainees upon seeing the Provisional fees are very much worried about the exorbitant fees imposed on them.
According to them, They are now running a double-track system so so they expect the bills to be very moderate.
“We are no longer using Electricity and water for the whole semester, so we expect a reduction in fees.”

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