Rules and regulations

  • Students must observe strict discipline in the campus, behave obediently to the Principal, faculty members, office staff, fellow students and visitors.
  • No student shall use or keep in possession alcoholic drinks, drugs, cigarettes or similar intoxicants in the campus.
  • Government has made it clear that ragging in any form should be sternly and effectively prevented. Whenever a criminal offence is committed in the name of ragging, whether within the campus of an educational institution or in a hostel or otherwise, the Principal/Warden will report it to the nearest Police Station and not wait until a complaint in this regard is received form the person affected. Appropriate disciplinary action will also be taken against the culprits. The Government makes it clear that any lapse in this regard will be seriously viewed. It will be the personal responsibility of the officer in charge of the institution to strictly enforce these rules.
  • All students must wear college uniform on the prescribed days. And for other days neat and dignified dress.
  • Student's motor vehicles should be kept only in parking area allotted to them as per Govt. order in their own risk.
  • Political activities are strictly banned in the campus. Unofficial meetings, strikes and fund collections are strictly prohibited.
  • They shall not post notices or display posters anywhere in the campus without the permission of the Principal.
  • Strict silence shall be observed while moving about in the campus. During official meetings held in the college strict discipline must be maintained.
  • Students are strictly directed to spend their leisure time in the library or reading room. They shall not leave the class without the permission of the tutor or until the class is being dismissed.
  • uStudents shall not enter any class other than their own.
  • The Principal shall have power to inflict punishment such as fine, denial of attendance, suspension, compulsory issue of TC, etc., to any student according to his discretion.
  • Students are advised to consult their respective tutorial advisors on matters including their personal problems in the campus.
  • The properties and equipment of the college are to be handled with extreme care.
  • Students shall keep the campus and the class room clean and tidy without writing on or disfiguring the walls, furniture, doors, windows etc. Damages caused to them will have to be adequately compensated, failing which disciplinary action will be taken with the Principal’s discretion.
  • The students shall not enter the departments if a teacher is not present. They shall seek the teacher’s permission to enter the department.
  • As per the Government order, using mobile phones inside the campus is a punishable offence. Violating this rule will be met with disciplinary action.
  • Students who go over to other college or institutions and engage in acts of indiscipline such as demonstration or strikes will be punished.
  • No meetings shall be held without the prior permission of the Principal.
  • Students shall rise from their seats when teacher enters and shall take seats only after he/she has taken his/her seat or beckons them to sit.
  • No student shall enter or leave a class without the permission of the teacher who is engaging the class.
  • Students shall not smoke or chew pan or gum in the premises of the college.
  • Irregular attendance, insubordination to teachers, habitual inattention to class work, obscenity in word or act are sufficient reasons for the permanent or temporary dismissal of a student.
  • Student's should take note of the notification put on the notice board every day before they leave the college. Failure to look at the notice board will not be an excuse for any admission or commission.
  • Students are directed to submit a passport size photo in digital format.


  • No student shall be absent from the class without leave. The reason for leave shall be clearly stated.
  • Attendance is taken during every class hour. Absence for any one period during the day will be considered absence for half a day.
  • Application for leave shall be submitted, countersigned by Guardian with the recommendation of the Group Tutor before availing leave. Late application will not, ordinarily, be considered.
  • Student coming late to the class or leaving the class early shall lose half day’s attendance.
  • When the absence, for more than three days, is due to illness the application for leave should be supported by a medical certificate. Medical certificate should be submitted on attending classes immediately after illness. Medical certificate submitted at the end of the semester for earlier days of illness will not be entertained.
  • A candidate shall attend at least a minimum of 75% of the number of class actually held for each of the courses in a semester to be eligible for appearing for examination in that course. If the candidate has shortage of attendance in any course in a semester he/she shall not be allowed to appear for any examination in that year. However the University may condone shortage if the candidate applies for it as laid down in University procedures and if the Vice Chancellor is satisfied with the reasons cited by the candidate for his absence in classes.
  • For semester courses (both Degree and PG except B.Tech) condonation of shortage of attendance will be granted twice during the entire course, subject to a maximum of 20 % together. (U.O. No. GAI/A3/ Cond/2005 dated 05-01- 2008)
  • Shortage of attendance up to 10% of the total working days in any semester will normally be condoned at a time subject to a maximum of two times during the whole period of degree programmes.
  • Shortage of attendance up to a maximum of 20% will be granted once as a single chance during the entire course for semester courses, only on genuine medical grounds.
  • The existing fee structure for condonation of shortage of attendance in normal cases i.e. up to 10% for semester courses including B.Tech is Rs 350/- and beyond the normal case, up to the maximum is Rs. 400/- (U.O No.EG1/1/79748/1996 dated 06-06-2007)
  • In addition to the above , a fine of Rs. 1000/- will be imposed on each candidate for delayed submission of application for condonation of shortage of attendance, without any specific and genuine reason for the delay. (U.O No. GAI/C1/9190/2006 dated 10-04-2007)
  • Once the application for condonation is rejected from university the same will not be re-considered later, under any circumstances.
  • The Principals should not recommend and forward the applications for University examinations / condonation of those students who fail to satisfy the conditions for APC or those who have shortage of attendance beyond condonable limit under any circumstance in future.
  • The application will be forwarded only in the presence of Father / Mother. The application for condonation shall be forwarded to the university fifteen days before the commencement of university examination.
  • No application for exemption will be recommended by the Principal unless he is satisfied that the shortage of attendance was due to causes beyond the student's control. Ordinarily only long continued illness will be accepted as a plea for condonation of shortage of attendance. Absence without leave will not be condoned under any circumstances.
  • Students deputed to participate in Zonal/Interzone arts/Sports competitions or N.S.S. activities should submit their compensatory leave applications duly recommended by the lectures in charge of the programme through the tutor not later than one week after the event. Seperate applications are required for discontinues days.
  • A student whose absent without leave for ten consecutive working days stands the risk of having his/her name struck off the rolls.


  • Students have to submit application in the prescribed form for the issue of transfer and conduct certificates at the completion of the course.
  • Conduct certificates, however, will be issued by the Principal only with reference to their actual other than their character and conduct during the course.