St. Peter’s College, Agra, founded in 1846, is an unaided Christian Minority Institution owned by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Agra education society, Wazirpura, Road, Agra, a Registered Charitable and Educational Society and is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate...
Fee Rules
  • The payment of fees through cheques is not acceptable.
  • Parents should retain the receipts issued to term, and produce them as proof of payment, when needed.
  • The fees must be paid for the months in which the pupil’s name has been carried on in the attendance register, even if he has been absent.
  • The term fee has to be paid in full, even if the pupil leaves before the Term is over.
  • The fees may be paid in advance for the whole year or for a quarter. If not paid in advance, the fees of the running quarter will have to be paid before the end of the first month of that quarter after which a fine of Rs.100/- will be realized for late payment till the end of the quarter. If the fee of a previous quarter is not paid, in the subsequent quarters a fine of Rs.250/- per quarter will be charged, till the dues are cleared.
  • Students whose fees fall into arrears are liable to be debarred from taking the exams and attending school; neither their Report cards nor Transfer certificates will be issued till all accounts are fully settled.
  • The fees for the vacation months are to be paid in advance.
  • No reduction in fees is made on account of summer and winter holidays or other vacations or temporary absence.
  • No concession in fees is entertained for two or more children coming from the same family.
  • Concession in fees is only for economically weak students. All such fee concessions will be withdrawn if the pupil does not satisfy the school authorities with his regular attendance, good conduct and satisfactory progress in studies.