Student Concession. Eligibility: A student studying in India, enrolled for a full time course of at least one academic year at an educational establishment recognized / aided by / or affiliated to any Central / State Govt.
What does Concession student mean?
A concession is a discount for children, seniors, students etc.
What does a concession entitlement do?
The transport concession entitlement card gives job seekers and other approved Centrelink customers proof of entitlement to concession fare travel on public transport in NSW.
Does concession include Uni students?
NSW tertiary students are eligible to apply for concession fares in NSW if they are enrolled full-time in either: an accredited course of study with a registered higher education provider, or. a Vocational Education and Training (VET) accredited course.
Who qualifies concession?
Children (4-15 years) NSW/ACT secondary students (aged 16 and over) NSW Apprentices and trainees. Tertiary and TAFE students.
What age is a concession?
People over 60 are offered concessions regardless of their ability to pay and even when they are below the state pension age, according to the Intergenerational Foundation (IF), a charity that researched 35 of the UK’s leading attractions’ ticketing policies.
How much is bus concession for students?
|Bus Monthly Concession Passes (Unlimited bus rides)|
|Hybrid Monthly Concession Passes (Unlimited bus and train rides)|
What do I do if I lost my student concession card?
If you lose your School Smartcard
Simply call 1800-CALL ONE (1800-2255663) which operates daily from 8am to 6pm (excluding public holidays) and provide your NRIC number or concession card number along with your contact number.
How do you use concession entitlement?
Visit the Transport Concession Entitlement Card website. Select the entitlement type and enter your CRN. Enter your personal details exactly. Complete the online application.
Is concession a student?
This concession card applies to full time NSW/ACT secondary school students who are aged 16 years and older. It is also valid for mature secondary students aged 19 years and older. Students who fall outside of these brackets may still be entitled to apply for travel concessions.
How does concession card work?
The Concession Opal card is for eligible tertiary or TAFE students, apprentices or trainees, job seekers or other approved Centrelink customers who are entitled to pay half price fares for travel on public transport in Sydney and the surrounding regions.