Rules & Regulations


  • The college is open to all the students with requisite qualification for admission without distinction of caste or creed.
  • Class Hours: 9-00 a.m. to 4-00 p.m., However, classes may commence earlier than 9-00 a.m. and go beyond 4-00 p.m., if the situation demands.
  • Students who arrive late to the Class can enter only if permitted by the Authority. Those who depend on public conveyance should start early so as to reach the College in time.
  • The Morning and the Afternoon sessions begin with an invocation.
  • Attendance will be marked for each Hour allotted to a Subject. Students are required to put in not less than 75% Attendance in individual Subjects.
  • Attendance is compulsory on the College re-opening day.
  • Students should compulsorily appear for the Tests and Term Examinations.
  • Students are required to participate in the National Day/Festival Programmes organized by the College.
  • All the students are required to participate in the activities and functions conducted by various Associations / Clubs of the College.
  • Students are advised to make use of the library facilities whenever they do not have classes.
  • Students are advised not to bring large amount of cash or other valuable items to College. They have to take care of their belongings.
  • No student shall leave Lecturer’s permission.
  • Leave Applications countersigned by Parents / Guardian should be forwarded to the Principal in the proforma available in the College Office.
  • If a student is absent due to sickness, Medical Certificate should be produced.
  • Leave record which is appended to the Calendar should be signed by the Class Teacher.
  • If a student cannot appear for the Internal Examinations / Class Tests on health grounds (no other reasons are entertained) the matter should be reported by his/her Parent/Guardian to the Principal in advance.
  • Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited on the campus/in hostel. Those who indulge in ragging or encourage it will be dismissed summarily from the college.



  • Students are required to conduct themselves well. The College reserves the right to dismiss any student if his/her behaviour tarnishes the image of the College. permission from the Principal.
  • Students are not permitted to celebrate any religious festivals on the College Campus without the prior permission of the Principal.
  • Loitering about the Campus should be avoided.
  • Use of Cell phones by the students on the Campus is banned. Cell Phones, if found with the students will be confiscated.
  • Students have to be polite when they deal with the members of the staff.
  • Irregularity in attendance, insubordination, discourtesy to Staff Members, habitual inattention and late coming, neglect of work, obscenity in word or act will attract disciplinary actions such as fine, suspension and dismissal.
  • Students should not enter into an altercation with the Lecturers in the Class Room. Disobedience during the class hours will be seriously dealt with.
  • Willful damage caused to the College property will be recovered from the students.
  • The College will not be responsible for the conduct of the students outside its premises. However, it will take note of the offence and action will be initiated according to the nature and magnitude of the offence.
  • Students should not raise funds, organize functions and convene meetings without the permission from the Principal.
  • Students are not supposed to play or listen to music using Cell Phones or any other electronic devices on the College Campus. The devices if used will be confiscated.
  • Use of tobacco, alcohol or any other intoxicants is banned in the premises.
  • Students who do not live with their parents or local guardians have to get accommodation in the College Hostels
  •  Booing, whistling or producing animal sounds in the Lecture Hall or in the College Premises is forbidden.
  • Disfiguring the walls and furniture will attract disciplinary action.
  • Books, Magazines, Newspapers etc., not approved by the Principal are not allowed to be brought to the College.
  • Those students who come to the College by Two Wheelers, should have a valid Driving License. To avoid noise pollution and disturbance, the Vehicles should be fitted with Silencers. Students should park their vehicles only in the place allotted. Bringing Four Wheelers by the students is prohibited. The College does not provide parking slot for Four Wheelers of the students.
  • Educational tours / Industry visit / Field visits are to be organised with the prior permission of the Principal. For all such programmes written permission of the parents is required.
  • Attendance at Classes and Examinations, progress, as well as the conduct will be taken into consideration while recommending students for concessions, scholarships, higher studies, jobs as well as for representing the College in extracurricular activities.
  • After class hours no student is expected to remain on the Campus unless there is a program or sports / games practice.


Dress Code:

All the students of 3 year Degree Programme must wear the prescribed Uniform. The dress material should be in the following format.


  • Shirts should be in formal style with half sleeves where in there should not be designer cuts such as ‘V’.
  • Trousers should not be in baggy, Cargo, Low Waist and Pencil / Carrot Cut Styles.
  • The belt in colours used should be of leather and black.

Women :

  • Tops should be of Square / Round Collar. Deep Neck and Long Slits should be avoided.
  • Pants should be formal. Push Pants & Leggings should be avoided.
  • Scarves are not entertained.
  • Tattoos, single ear-rings, awkward bracelets and head gears are prohibited.
  • Disciplinary action will be initiated against the students violating the dress code.



  • Ragging is banned on the Campus.
  • There is a Committee consisting of senior faculty members, hostel authorities etc., to keep vigil over ragging and to prevent it.
  • Students should note that ragging is a cognizable criminal offense and those indulge in it or encourage it will be handed over to the law as per Supreme Court of India order SLP(C) No. 24295 /2004.
  • Any act of teasing, abusing, asking any student to do any act, which he/she would not do in the ordinary course which results in physical, physiological and psychological harm is defined as ragging.
  • Criminal proceedings will be initiated against those who indulge in ragging.
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