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Code of Conduct

Discipline takes priority over other things in the campus and strictly enforced. Students should adhere to the rules and regulations and guidelines that may be issued from time to time. Any breach of etiquette or damage to property or misconduct affecting the reputation of the institution will be viewed seriously. Any student or group of students indulging in whistling, cat-calling or any other act of indiscipline will be summarily dismissed from the college.

Rules and Regulations for Students

The college management has it as a mission to inculcate discipline with good conduct,character and integrity in every student. It is the earnest desire of the management that the students should extend their fullest co-operation to fulfill this mission. The college management has it as a mission to inculcate discipline with good conduct, character and integrity in every student.


Punctuality is a prime consideration and those who are late will not be permitted into classes.

Entry/ Exit through the main gate

Vehicles of students should be parked in the area provided. All students should enter and exit the campus through the main gate.

Leave Rules

Leave exceeding fifteen days requires the sanction of the Principal. The parent should seek Permission in person well in advance.


Students securing 75% of attendance in the semester are eligible to register for the examination, Students those securing attendance between 65% and 74% should pay the prescribed condonation fee, Students who have attendance between 50% and 64% shall apply for condonation in prescribed form with the prescribed fee along with the Medical Certificate and those below 50% of attendance are not eligible to appear for the examination. They shall re-do the semester(s) after completion of the Programme As per University Norms.

Attendance - Internal Examination and Tests

Attendance for the examination and tests is compulsory. Absenting themselves for the internal examination and tests will have serious consequences, including that of denying admission to university examination. Those who want to avail themselves of leave of absence on genuine grounds should seek prior permission from the HOD.

Malpractice in examinations

Any form of copying in an examination is an offence. A student found copying, attempting to copy or engaging in conversation with another student is liable to be punished under the provision of the regulation of the institution.


Students indulging in ragging / teasing of fellow students in the college campus / hostel will be immediately dismissed from the college and the same will be communicated to the police for appropriate legal action. Students are instructed and expected to behave with dignity and maintain decorum in both inside and outside the college.

Notice Board

It is the duty of all students to see the notice boards as a routine practice. Plea of ignorance of any notice put up on the board will not be accepted as an excuse for failing to comply with the same.

Dress Code

The students should dress neatly and modestly. Round necked T-Shirts / Printed Banians, Dhothies are strictly prohibited. Girls wearing salwar should see to that the duppattas are neatly pinned.

Health and Hygiene

Personal Health,hygiene and keeping the environment clean and tidy are must. Any student found chewing nuts, paan, smoking and using intoxicating products in the campus will be dismissed from the college immediately. Legal action will be taken against students found smoking near the college campus. No collection of money or selling tickets of any nature is permitted.

Cell Phones

Students are strictly prohibited from using cell phones within the campus. Mobile phones will be seized immediately if students are found using inside the campus.

Field Trips / Educational Tours

Local field visits to various institutions/ industries, and places relevant to subjects, will be arranged to enrich the knowledge of the students.

College property

Severe action will be taken against students found causing damage to college property. If the individual is not identified, the cost of the damaged property will be collectively recovered from all.

  • The teaching faculty should strictly adhere to the preset timing.
  • Late punching will be considered as permission and after two such permissions it will be considered as half a day CL.
  • No permission will be given to leave the campus before the end of the working hours (09.00 am – 5.00 pm).
Permission, Casual leave, Special Casual Leave, On Duty & Special Permission
  • The teaching faculty can avail two permissions per month, either in the first or the last working hour and no permission can be availed during the working hours.
  • In an academic year teachers can avail 12 days of CL, after which the leave will be considered as LOP.
  • Special Casual Leave can be availed to attend conferences, seminars, workshops, Swayam examination and for Ph. D works (10 days per year).
  • Leave availed by staff for doing last rites of their parents will be considered as Special Leave for the maximum period of 5 days and can be availed in parts.
  • On Duty will be permitted for Sports, Cultural Activities, Co-Curricular Activities and Industrial Visit With prior Permission From the Principal.
  • Special Permission (15 days per year) will be sanctioned for Central Valuation/Practical Examination, Doctoral Committee Meeting, BOS Meeting, Senate Meeting and Resource Person.
  • Medical Leave Will be Sanctioned for a Period of 20 Days
  • The month of May will be declared as Vacation for staff provided there are no special activities in the college.
  • The vacation may be cancelled if circumstances demand.
  • There will be no winter vacation.
  • The work load of the teaching faculty will be 18 hrs / week.
  • Every teacher is expected to prepare teaching materials for the smart class and they can make use of innovative methods of teaching.
  • Lesson plan has to be prepared well in advance by the faculty.
  • Classes should be learner centric and faculty should complete the portions on time with revision.
  • The teaching faculty should provide study materials to the students.
  • The teaching faculty shall conduct class tests; shall give activity based assignments to students and should submit the marks within the stipulated time to the COE.
Other Duties
  • Every staff member will be assigned additional duties as and when needed.
  • Staff will be members of various committees of the college and are expected to carry out all the duties assigned.
  • The members will be holding responsibility as co-curricular Club co-ordinators and they should conduct activities to keep the respective club vibrant.

  • Staff working in the college office or departments should remain on duty during college hours (9.00 am to 5.00 p.m).
  • Staff must always wear their ID cards during working hours.
  • Staff should keep their respective Laboratories clean and tidy.
  • Any loss or damage to any article in the lab or class room should be reported to the HOD in writing immediately.
  • Staff, working in the lab, should maintain a stock register for all the articles, equipments, chemicals, etc. It shall be submitted to the HOD and the Principal at the end of each semester and have to get their signatures.
  • A separate register should be maintained for articles damaged by the students, and it should be immediately brought to the notice of the HOD. At the end of the academic year the consolidated list should be submitted to the office and the students should be instructed to pay the breakage (calculated based on the damage caused by the student) in the college office.
  • Staff should carry out their duties as instructed by the authorities with utmost care.
  • Leave availed by staff for doing last rites of their parents will be considered as Special Leave for the maximum period of 5 days and can be availed in parts.
  • One week vacation will be granted to non teaching staff on rotation basis during may.