Code of Conduct

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  • CODE OF CONDUCT
  • All students must bring the hand-book to college every day. A student will buy a new one if it is lost.
  • The college timing for students is from 8.45 am to 3.00 pm (Monday to Friday) and 8:45 am to 12:00 pm on Saturdays.
  • Students are expected to be on time. Late comers will be marked absent.
  • Every month attendance will be displayed.
  • 5% of attendance weightage will be allocated for IA.
  • Attendance is mandatory for all the college programme and Events.
  • The student who wishes to avail leave for one day has to get permission from the Class in-charge by a written letter, for two days from the HOD and for more days, from the Principal. The students who are absent due to illness should also produce the medical certificate.
  • For availing leave, it is must to fill the leave record in the Hand book. Students who fail to produce Medical certificate for long absence, will not be allowed to continue the semester.
  • Students are expected to get 100% attendance. Appreciation certificate will be issued to students those who score 100% attendance at the end of the year.
  • Students should be punctual and regular in attending their classes. Attendance requirements must be fulfilled by every student in each paper. All students must be present on the re-opening day of each semester. Added to it, attendance is made compulsory on the re-opening days of each semester.
  • Every student of the college should consider herself as a custodian of the college and must conduct herself both inside and outside the college with a decorum and dignity that is marked worthy of their institution.
  • Every student should protect the college property. Students spoiling the desks or walls with pencil, chalk, knife and marks etc, will be liable to disciplinary action, even expulsion from college.
  • Students should not leave the college till their classes are over. In case of emergency, permission must be obtained from the authorities.
  • Students should utilize their free periods by visiting the library for reading books, magazines and newspapers etc. available in the library.
  • Students should be respectful and obedient to their teachers and the office staff and carry out their instructions faithfully.
  • Students are expected to be courteous and polite in dealing with the clerical staff, fellow students, with the roadways staff on buses and with the visitors in the college.
  • Students should develop the habit of forming queue while going to see the principal, paying dues or fee, getting books from the library, going to see their professors in staff room or entering the class room.
  • Students should use the dustbins and co-operate in keeping the campus, classrooms, and laboratory neat and clean.
  • Students should not tamper with fan regulators and switch boards and must switch off the fans and lights before leaving classrooms.
  • Use of cell phones is banned inside the campus. Any violation of this rule may lead to the seizure of the phone. A fine of Rs.500/- will be imposed and the mobile phone will be returned at the end of the academic year. If there is an emergency the students can use the college phone available in the office.
  • Ragging is a serious offence and in accordance with UGC norms, ragging in any form is strictly not allowed. A student found guilty of ragging will face cancellation of admission, suspension from the college and punishment under this Act.
  • DRESS CODE
  • Students are expected to wear simple and modest clothes. Churidhar is the regular dress code.
  • Sleeveless, short and deep neck tops, Jeans and T-shirts are not allowed. 
  • FEE REGULATIONS
  • Every student shall be liable to pay the college fees for each year before the commencement of the academic year.
  • If a student leaves the college during the semester she shall have no right to claim remission of  any  portion  of  the semester fees.
  • Students who do not pay the fees on or before the last date indicated shall pay a fine as may be imposed by the Principal.
  • The names of students who do not pay the prescribed fees on or before the last date will be removed from the rolls. They will be admitted only after paying the fee.

 

  • ASSEMBLY/PRAYER
  • Prayer is an integral part of our life. It helps us to get God’s blessings and guidance for the whole day. It is compulsory to attend the Morning Prayer at 8.50 am in the respective class rooms. Every Friday at 8.50 am there will be a general assembly in the basement.