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SUBMISSION OF EXAMINATION FEE (2k17)

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Now all your doubts related to examination fee will be cleared in this post So read it carefully. BCAHUB brings you an easy way to pay the examination fee.You can now pay the fee hassle free .....Go Ahead.


The last date is 6 February 2017.
**Read the steps before opening the website.

Step 1

Go to tcsion.com/Self

This is a website to pay the fee. Open it and do the following steps.






Step 2:

On the center of the web page. Fill the categories such as
  • User Id
  • Password
*this is for everyone.
Step 3


On the new web page, Click on ONLINE PAYMENT button highlighted in yellow. It will redirect to a new website where you have to enter the details User id and password same as that of tcsion.



Click on the Login button to open a new window and click on Make Payment.





Step 4:

A new web page will open which will contain all your details i.e Your Name, Session etc.You just have to click on academic fee(Rs 2500) and then select PayUmoney(academic fee).And click on Make Payment.

You will be redirected to PayUmoney Gateway and you can pay the fee using any of the option listed below:

  1. Credit Card
  2. Debit Card
  3. Net Banking



Pay the money by filling up the details.
Download the receipt.

Work done yey.
Now Relax and Chill.

Important - Carefully read the instructions.

Video-
All the steps are explained in this video↴



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