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GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS

  1. All students are expected to attend all classes regularly. Students should reach the classroom on time and shall not leave the class without the permission of the concerned Professor. Each student must attend at least 60% of total classes taken in each paper to be eligible to appear the end-semester university examination.
  2. For each Hons./General paper of 75 marks, 25 marks shall be assessed by the college (inernal) and 50 marks by the University by taking End-Semester University Examination. Out of 25 marks allotted as internal evaluation the break-up of marks will be as: 5marks on attendanceand 20 marks in the form of class test/assignments.
  3. Students must appear internal examination or submit assignments (whichever be the case). Otherwise, ‘0’(Zero) will be awarded for that paper out of Internal 20 Marks and will be sent to the University. Failure of appearing in internal examination on the stipulated date may only be considered and special arrangement for appearing the same may be done under prior intimation to the HOD concerned with sufficient justification of his/her absence.
  4. The University has allotted 5 marks per paper towards regular attendance to ensure the presence of students in the classroom which is the fundamental concept of the CBCS system. The marks (5) for attendance shall be allotted as:

% of attendance out of total classes taken

Marks to be given

Greater than or equal to 90%

5

Greater than or equal to 80% but less than 90%

4

Greater than or equal to 75% but less than 80%

3

Greater than or equal to 70% but less than 75%

2

Greater than or equal to 60% but less than 70%

1

5. The behaviour of the students, both within and outside the college premises should be decent and befitting to an academic institution.

6. Students are expected to use courteous and polite language and behave with decorum with the faculty members and the staffs of the College.

7.Students are expected to take up all assignments, tests and examinations of the College/University seriously and would try to perform the best.

8.Students found guilty of ragging will be taken with serious consideration by the college authority followed by existing rules of the law.

9.Students are prohibited from organizing or attending meetings in the college, distributing notices, collecting money and exhibiting banners, flags, posters etc. without the permission of the college authority.

10. All expressions or activities which are immoral, antisocial, communal and anti-national are strictly prohibited in the College campus

11.In case of damage to property or equipment of the college by any student, he/she shall be liable for fine (full cost recovery) as per the norms of the College.

12. Representation of complaints and grievances may be made individually to the Principal through the Head of the Department concerned or Discipline-cum-Grievance Committee.

13.Students are advised not to carry any valuables like mobile/ jewellery / laptop etc. in the college campus. In case you carry such items, it shall be entirely at your own risk and responsibility.

14.It is the responsibility of the students to read notices on the notice boards for the latest activities / instructions by the College. Ignorance of not reading any notice/circular thus displayed shall not be accepted as an excuse failing to comply with the directions

15.College conducts various co-curricular, cultural and extracurricular activities round the year and your participation in the same is desirable for your overall holistic development.

16. Students must inform their local / permanent residence address and contact details to the college authorities at the time of admission. In case of change of address and contact details, the same must be immediately communicated / updated to the authority, otherwise the communication / information sent on the available address will be treated as final..

17. Students are not allowed to bring their friends or relatives inside the college campus for any reason whatsoever. Kindly take written permission from authority if the above is essential.

18.Students are requested to cooperate with the security staffs for the ID Card. No students are allowed to enter the college without the Identity Card provided by the college duly signed in by the Principal of the college.

19. The College reserve the right to amend, modify and change the norms, rules & regulations from time to time. The Principal shall be the final authority in the interpretation of the College rules. Matters not covered by these rules are left to the discretion of the Principal and his decision shall be final.

 

 


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