Rules and Regulations:
Admission to the college binds a student to observe college rules and all the directives that may be issued from time to time by the college authority.
Ø All the students shall go to their classes in time without disturbing other classes.
Ø Loitering and lounging in the college campus is strictly prohibited.
Ø Student shall take care of college furniture and must not spoil or cause any deliberate damage or tamper with the college property, fitting etc.
Ø Student should maintain a sense of decorum at all times both inside and outside the college. Those who are found guilty of serious misconduct may call punishment, including expulsion as permitted by regulations.
Ø Students are advice to see the notice board regularly for important announcements.
Ø Possession of identity card is must inside the campus and it must be produced whenever asked.
Ø While using library books students must take care that no damage is done to the books. Causing damage to the library books will make a student liable to punishment, which in extreme case, may be suspension or expulsion from college.
Ø Smoking and chewing tobacco: The college premises have been declared as a no smoking zone. Chewing tobacco is strictly prohibited. Anybody found indulging in these activities will be punished.
Ø Identity Card
a. After admission each student is entitled to get an identity card signed and issued by the principal/Officer-in-charge which will stand as a proof of his/her status as a student of this college. Students are required to bring their identity card every time with them to the college and produce when asked by the college authority. Loss of identity card must be reported immediately to the office of the issuing authority upon which it will be replaced after a payment of a minimal charge.
b. In case of transfer or withdrawal from the college, the card must be surrendered to the college office to get identity card clearance.
a. As per the current Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) a student must have attendance of at least 75 % of the classes held during the course of study. This stands as a one of the primary eligibility criteria for appearing at the University Examination. This rule is equally applicable to the students to both Honours program courses and Program courses students. Students failing to attend the required minimum attendance will not be allowed to appear at the University Examination.