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Courses which fall under fee exemption to physically handicapped students.


Fall is it appropriate here?

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Liton DasFall is it appropriate here?

No, it's not a good phrase.

Courses which are free for physically handicapped students.

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Courses which fall under fee exemption for to physically handicapped students.

I wouldn't say that's wrong, but better is Courses for which physically handicapped students are exempt form fees.

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Courses which are under fee exemption for physically handicapped students. Is that ok.

And is there any other word except fall.

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Liton Das fee exemption

That is not a good phrase.


You wrote a long noun phrase. Did you mean to write a sentence instead?

e.g. These are the courses which physically handicapped students can attend without paying fees.

Actually you said the internal meaning but the sentence can't be written like this way in notice board or as a notification.

List of courses that are under fee exemption for physically handicapped and economically poor students.


At the same time I wanted to reply to the regional centre of the institute I took admission to/in


Sir I have applied for CTE (certificate in teaching English) which is included or enlisted in fee exemption list of courses. Now I want to know that am I eligible to apply for scholarship as I already availed fee exemption I mean does me taking admission in CTE has to do with apply for scholarship??

Liton Dasbut the sentence can't be written like this way on a notice board or as a notification.

Of course it can. Why not?

Liton DasList of courses that are under fee exemption for physically handicapped and economically poor students.

This can be the heading or title:

List of courses that, for physically handicapped and poor students, are exempt from fees.

Liton DasAt the same time I wanted to reply to the regional centre of the institute where I have been admitted I took admission to/in

Sir:

I have applied for the course for CTE (certificate in teaching English) which is included in the or enlisted in fee exemption list of courses which are exempt from fees. Now I want to know if that am I eligible to apply for a scholarship as I am qualified / approved for the already availed fee exemption. I mean, as I am enrolled in this program, may I still does me taking admission in CTE has to do with apply for a scholarship?

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