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  • The students should strictly obey the instructions given by Principal form time to time.
  • The Students should be regular in attendance and his / her attendance for the day shall be sessions during the day. Minimum 75% attendance is compulsory for grant of term. If the student is found irregular in attendance, He / She shall be expelled from the college.
  • The Students found guilty of an act of misconduct either in the college or outside shall be subjected to strict disciplinary action and may be expelled from the college.
  • The student should carry identity card with him regularly and the identity card should be the institute. Any changes in the address of student must be intimated by him / her in writing to the college office immediately.
  • The student is required to submit the assignment failing which he / she shall be subjected to disciplinary action.
  • The vehicles should park on place notified and the vehicles parked elsewhere i. e. other than parking zone shall be confiscated.
  • Students should drive safely inside the campus as well as outside the campus. For two wheeler users, use of helmet is compulsory.
  • The student should not cause any damage to the institute’s property. The damage caused shall be recovered from student immediately.
  • The attendance for the tests and tutorials conducted in the college is compulsory.
  • The student showing consistently poor performance in the tests and tutorials and failing the internal evaluation of the subject shall not be sent for the university examination.
  • If the student is found weak in certain subject he/she will have to attend extra classes as notified and make the required progress to come at par with the other students.
  • Strict silence should observed in the library loitering is corridors is strictly prohibited.
  • The student coming late shall not be allowed to enter the class.
  • The student should read the notices displayed on the notice board responsible for the college will not be responsible for the loss or any disadvantage due to negligence of reading notices on the part of the students.
  • In case, a student requires to remain absent for some reason, he/she will be required to take the prior permission of the head of the Department / Teacher co – ordination.
  • Use of the phones / cameras / camera phones is prohibited in the campus.
  • Smoking, drinking (alcohol) and use of ‘Drugs’ is strictly prohibited in the college premises and the hostel.
  • Mal-practices during all examination and tests will be taken seriously and disciplinary action will be taken against the defaulters. Punishment for mal – practices during examinations would be very serious and may involve debarring from examination for a period up to 5 years.
  • Ragging of students in any form within or outside the college and hostel is strictly dealt with as per anti ragging ordinance.
  • If any of the statement made in application form any information supplied by the student to college authorities is found to be false or incorrect later on, his/her admission will be cancelled, fees forfeited and he/she will be expelled from the college and prosecuted as per rules if deemed necessary.
  • The above rules of discipline are always subject to change, modification, addition, omission, alterations as and when the management of the management shall be final.


Anti – Ragging Rules & Regulation

UGC regulation on curbing the menace of ragging (Under section 26 (I) (g) of the university grant commission act, 1956 New Delhi – 110002, the 17th June 2009).

  • Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited in the institute.

    Ragging within the Institute campus and hostels is strictly prohibited.
  • Ragging is any form is prohibited also in the private lodges / building where these institute students are staying.
  • No person including students / staff / faculty shall participate or abet or propagate ragging in any form.

What constitutes ragging ?

  • Any disorderly conduct whether by words spoken or by act which has the effect of teasing, Treating or handling with rudeness any other student.
  • Indulging in rowdy or undisciplined activities which causes or is likely to causes annoyance, hardship or psychological or physical harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in a fresher or a junior student.
  • Asking the students to do any act or perform something which such student will not in the ordinary course and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of a junior students. Teasing, embarrassing, humiliating, assaulting or using criminal force or criminal intimidation.

Wrongful restraining or confining or causing grievous hurt, kidnapping and extortion or molesting or committing unnatural offences or causing death or abetting suicide, use of criminal force, criminal trespass and intimidation.


Ragging is a cognizable offence under the law and the punishment to be meted out have to exemplary and justifiable harsh to act as a deterrent. It may include :-

  • Cancellation of admission, suspension, rustication or expulsion from the institute / hostel.
  • FIR with the police and arrest.
  • More severe punishment where justified such as fine / imprisonment etc.
  • Collective punishment may be imposed where involved persons are not identified.

Refund of fees

After confirmation of admission, if cancelled

  • Within one month 25% deduction of fees.
  • After one month no return of total fees in any circumstances.

In case of following reasons

  • Severe accident of the student making him to stop the education,
  • Death of the student,
  • Any other reason which makes the student to stop his education, Total fees of the two / four year’s course will be incurred from the student / parent.