The Student Code of Conduct sets out the standards of conduct expected of students. It holds them responsible for the consequences of their actions. Failure to fulfill these responsibilities may result in the withdrawal of privileges or the imposition of sanctions.

  1. It shall be the duty of every student to follow the rules and regulations of the college, and to conduct himself with discipline and decorum.
  2. Students are expected to be punctual and regular in attending classes,practicals,exams etc.If classes are free during any period, students should go to library or engage themselves in meaningful co-curricular activities.
  3. Students shall be clean and decorous in dress, language and behavior. They should adhere to the cultural values and ethos of the College.
  4. None are permitted to enter the campus intoxicated. Alcohol and abusive substances are banned within the college premises.
  5. Students should treat all fellow learners and teachers with respect and fairness. Every student should consider their fellow learner equally regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, disability, or sexual orientation.
  6. Any kind of indecent behaviour or derogatory remarks from the students outraging the modesty of any women will not be tolerated and is punishable.
  7. Students will be given permission to leave the campus during class hours only in case of emergency or for any other valid reasons with the gate pass from the department concerned.
  8. Students should strictly maintain hygiene in classrooms, campus and in toilets/washrooms.
  9. Political activism is banned in the campus. Demonstrations/ campaigning etc. of a political nature is strictly prohibited inside the campus.
  10. Students should observe silence during the morning prayer & national anthem in the evening.
  11. Students should take great care in handling the properties of the college. All breakages, losses and damages must be reported at once to the authority.
  12. Students shall not involve in any form of ragging inside or outside the College campus. Ragging in any form is a serious offence and those found indulging in it will be summarily expelled from the College as per the directions of the Government.
  13. Mobile phones can be used only for academic purposes with the permission of teachers. Cellphones would be confiscated, if students are found misusing them.
  14. Loitering on verandahs, corridors, staircases and other passages during class hours is discouraged as it disturbs the academic atmosphere on the campus. Strict action will be initiated against students who are found unnecessarily near the canteens, hostel blocks, playgrounds and other such places inside the college campus.
  15. A grievance redressal mechanism exists in the Institution. Students are advised to approach the Faculty-in-charge of the Grievance Redressal Cell (as mentioned in the handbook) to get their grievances addressed.


  1. Attendance will be taken at the beginning of each hour. Latecomers shall enter classrooms only with the permission of the teacher.
  2. Students who leave classrooms after roll call without the permission of the teacher are liable to severe punishments.
  3. Impersonation at roll call will be considered a serious offense.
  4. Application for leave of absence for more than 3 days due to illness should be supported by medical certificates.
  5. A student coming late to a class after roll call shall be treated as absent for that period and leave may be obtained by following the procedure given in rule 9 below.
  6. Students absenting themselves from the college for more than fifteen consecutive working days without satisfactory explanation will have their names removed from the roll temporarily. 
  7. A student sent out of the class by a teacher shall lose attendance for the duration he is out.
  8. Disciplinary action will be taken against those who repeatedly absent themselves on insufficient grounds.
  9. A student requiring leave for a day or a part of a day should apply for it to the Principal or to the teacher authorized by him and get his counter signature and submit the form in the college office. Such applications should be submitted on the very day of his/her return to the College. An application for leave should have the following information:
  10. Students on official duty shall submit their leave application, duly forwarded by the concerned Professor-in-charge. Copies of relevant certificates shall also be submitted along with.  The application shall be submitted immediately after the programme.
  11. The responsibility of making sure that a student has earned the required minimum percentage of attendance (75%for the year) rests entirely upon the student.
  12. The University insists on a minimum of 75% attendance during the course of instruction to permit students to take the examination. The College expects a much higher percentage of attendance than the minimum 75% required by the University. It is the responsibility of parents and guardians to find out from the college office the attendance score of their wards from time to time.
  13. Condonation of shortage of attendance is not granted as a matter of course. It will be granted only in cases where it is satisfied that the students could not secure 75% of attendance for reasons beyond their control. Exemption will not be granted for more than one academic year in any course of study or for a shortage exceeding twenty days. Timely applications for leave will have to be submitted through the class teacher and leave should be granted at the time.