Code of Conduct for Students
The Principal invites the co-operation of the students
and their guardians in the creation and the maintenance of an atmosphere
conducive to academic and cultural development, and in upholding the traditions
of the institution. Students are especially invited to cooperate, in their own
interest to ensure enforcement of rules
ü Students must be punctual and regular in attending
classes, tutorials, class tests examinations etc. Failure to obtain the
required attendance percentage, non-submission of assignments and unjustified
absence from tests /examinations will be treated as breaching the code of conduct.
ü Student must be seated in their classrooms at the
beginning of each period. They must not enter or leave the class room
without permission of the lecturer. Impersonation during roll call is a punishable offence.
ü Use of Mobile Phone during class hours is prohibited and
is liable for punishment.
ü Resorting to any kind of malpractice (copying,
impersonation, use of unfair means, exchanging answer-sheets) during
examinations will not be tolerated and will be dealt with severely.
Students should carefully follow the Notices put up on
the Notice Board (both online and offline).
ü No excuse will be considered if Notices on the Board are
When a lecturer is absent or is unable to take class,
students should maintain a strict order among themselves so as to not disturb
the adjoining classes.
ü Under no circumstances should they leave the classroom
without ascertaining the relieve orders from the Staff room.
ü Students are expected to treat the members of the staff
both teaching and non teaching and their fellow students with courtesy both in
and outside the College.
ü Students shall not, by their act or conduct, cause damage
to the reputation of the institution.
ü Students are expected to come to College dressed suitably
ü Students must wear and display visibly their Identity
Cards at the gate while entering the College and always keep it on your person
during College hours inside the campus.
Conduct of Students
Institution implemented a strict and effective anti-ragging policy based on the
UGC Regulation on Curbing the Menance of Ragging in Higher Educational
Institution, 2009. This UGC Regulation was framed in accordance with the
directions issued by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India to prevent and prohibit
ragging in all Indian Educational Institutions and Colleges.
Ragging constitutes one or more
of the following acts:
conduct by any student or group of students –whether through spoken or written
words on physical act-which has the effect of fearing or misbehaving any
in rowdy or undisciplined activities or asking any student to do any act which
such student will not in ordinary course do and thereby causes shame,
annoyance, torment, hardship, embarrassment which inflict intense psychological
harm or raise fear on apprehension in any student.
(c) Any act by senior students that prevent,
disrupt or disturb the regular academic activity of any student.
(d) Any act of
financial extortion put on any student.
(e) Any act of
physical abuse including sexual abuse, stripping, forcing in lewd acts on
gestures causing bodily harm to any student.
(f) Any act of
verbal or written abuse such as calling foul names, insulting publicly,
offensive emails which embarrass, annoy and discomfort any student.
Committee: This committee shall examine all complain of anti-ragging and come
out with recommendation based on the nature of the incident and proper
Punitary measures against the
act of ragging:
A student or group of students
found guilty by the anti-ragging committee will attract one or more of the
following punitory action by the college authority:
attending classes and academic privileges.
b) Withholding / withdrawing scholarship/ fellowship and other benefits.
c) Debarring from appearing in any test/examination or other evaluation
d) Withholding results.
e) Debarring from undertaking any collaborative work or attending national or
international conferences/symposia/meeting to present his/her
f) Suspension/expulsion from the hostels and mess.
g) Cancellation of examination.
h) Expulsion from a specified institution and consequent debarring from
admission to any other institution for a specified period.
i) If need be, in view of the intensity of the act of ragging committed,
a First Information Report (FIR) shall be filed by the Institute with the local
police authorities. The Anti-Ragging Committee of the Institute shall take
appropriate decision, including imposition of punishment, depending on the
facts and circumstances of each incident of ragging and nature and gravity of
the incident of ragging.
rules Library Rules
ü Readers should observe strict silence inside the Library.
ü Use of Mobile phones is not permitted inside the Library
ü Users are not allowed to carry eatables/drinks inside the
ü Library membership card is non-transferable.
ü Readers are advised not to leave their valuable items
like money, passport, credit card etc. at the Property Counter.
ü Marking, scratching, damaging, mutilating, stealing,
library materials or property will invite disciplinary action against the
ü Readers should not carry books from one floor to another
and should leave the books on the reading table after consulting.
ü Readers should not talk or discuss as they may disturb
other readers. Reading halls are meant for individual study and research only.
ü Users should not rest or keep their feet on tables,
chairs, shelves, etc.
ü The library shall not be responsible for any loss or
damage of the personal belongings of the users.
ü Library staff shall not transmit telephone calls or other
personal messages to the readers.
ü The Librarian reserves the right to suspend the
membership of any member found misbehaving with the library staff or with any