How to Pay Fees via Paytm (this procedure vary according to the device's OS configuration)
1. Open Paytm and click on Fees under "Browse category section"
2. Under Fee Payment option, click on "Institute"
3. Select NGF College and situated location
4. Choose the Fee Details according to the courses available from the drop-down. Now, enter your details and click on proceed.
5. Pick your preferred payment option. "Pay Now" with your Paytm Wallet or Debit Card/ Credit card/ Net Banking
6. There is Zero Convenience charge when you pay on Paytm
For the amount above ₹ 20,000, Net Banking is the most preferred mode of payment. As according to the policy of Paytm.
You"ll receive a real-time payment confirmation from Paytm on your registered mobile number and email id.
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