The higher education loans board has today announced on their twitter handle to have paid one more batch number. This came in after a student made a hilarious caption on a photo of another student loanee lying tired and hopeless due to delayed upkeep funds. The delay was due to the effect of covid-19 on school academic calendars. However, things are reverting to normal as the board is now paying one batch number after another in a row while urging the student loanees to keep hope alive.
Batch number 3180 was paid today and the rest were advised to keep hope alive as their payment was in progress and would be paid soon.
How To Check Your HELB Batch Number
All successful loan applications which are scheduled for payment are assigned batch numbers while pending their payment. To check your batch number,it should always be visible when you download your disbursement report as a portable document format (pdf).
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