Discipline And General Instructions
The reputation of a college depends on the discipline and character of its students and as such the behaviour of the students within the college and outside it reveals the image of the college.
Following are the disciplinary norms that must be maintained by the students.
The students must see to it that college properties/walls are not damaged/defaced in any way and also that college premisses/buildings are kept clean and no poster should be pasted on the walls of the building.
The students should carry their identity cards to get entry inside the college premisses. A student must produce the card as and when demanded.
Loitering or gossiping on the corridors is strictly prohibited.
Smoking is strictly prohibited within the college campus.
Disorderly behaviour within or outside class rooms, shouting or screaming or damaging college property are severly dealt with.
By no means student should show disrespect to any member of the college staff and be rude to their fellow students.
Students must not enter office without valid reasons and disturb work in the office.
Students must not enter or leave a class without permission from the teacher.
Science students must attend both theoretical and practical classes regularly. Students who do not regularly attend theoretical classes should not be permitted to attend practical classes.
During class hour no student is allowed to stay elsewhere.
Students must not enter staff room without taking permission.
Students are to abide by all the rules and regulations, instructions, directives and notifications framed and issued by college authorities.
Students should obtain pass marks in the college, terminal examinations for class promotion and for appearing at the final examination.
Any change in combination for elective subject(s) with approval of the college administration must be done within one month from the date of commencement must be done within one month from the date of commencement of classes. No application in this regard will be entertained after that date.
A subject which is not taught in the college will not be permitted in the combination of subjects. Further student should maintain the code of combination of subjects offered by the college.
Students may put their grievances (if any) in writing in the box kept inside the Principal Chamber for the purpose.
ATTENDANCE OF STUDENTS :
Students are normally expected to attend 100% of the classes alloted for them. However, no student shall be allowed to appear in the Part-I examination as regular student unless he or she has put in minimum 75% attendance during the course of instruction in all the subjects. The above rule would be strictly adhered to as per direction laid down by the University. Similar conditions will be followed for the Part-II and Part-III candidates.
However, students attending at least 60% classes but not 75% and above may be allowed to sit for final examination as non-collegiate students. But below 60% no student will be allowed to sit for final examination under any circumstances.