Izzit the PTPTN or the University

Ok my finals are coming and I need to pay my fees before I am able to print out my exam slip. So today I went to the Chancellery to pay my outstanding fees which is RM329.oo. Getting to the place isn’t easy as it is situated on top of a hill, so I will have to endure climbing lots of steps before I am finally there.

Thought that after reaching there everything would be easy. But I was so wrong. The whole building is like a maze and finding my way to the Treasury Department did take some time. But thanks to my friends who accompanied me, that time is reduced. Upon entering the Treasury Department there is also no instruction on the proper procedure to pay our fees. We have to go to a counter to get a slip before proceeding to pay at another counter. Again its thanks to my friend that I am able to settle my fees in a flash.

What I don’t understand is that why PTPTN did not deduct from my account the total fees instead deduct just three quarter of the fees and made me went all the way just to pay RM329. For those who got the full loan they don’t need to go and pay as PTPTN has already deducted from their account. As for us who got the half loan, even after the deduction for the full fees we still have about RM200 in our account. Why don’t they just deduct the full amount??Instead they deduct three quarter of the fees and we have about RM500 in our account. Isn’t it the same just to deduct from our account instead of us withdrawing the money from the bank or get the cash from our parents and then go pay ourselves? It just creates more hassle for us students.

I do not know whether this is the loop hole on the university’s side or the PTPTN’s side. I do hope that they change this system as I feel it is ridiculous. Because I do not see if there is any difference in doing so. It just creates double-work and more hassle for the students. Also more time is wasted.


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