General Regulations

  1. Classes will be between 9.00 a.m. and 4.00 p.m. on Mondays to Fridays and between 9.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m. on Saturdays. All are expected to be present for Daily Meditation and and assembly
  2. At the bell for class, when the lecturer enters the class the students will stand in respectful silence to receive them.
  3. At once all pray in silence to obtain God's light and help in the work before them. When the attendance roll is called out, each one rises and answers to his/her name.. Late comers can enter the class only if permitted by the lecturer. They may be marked present at the end of the hour only if there was sufficient reason for being late. Those who depend on public conveyance to come to the College, should leave their homes early enough to avoid peak hours and be at the College well in time.
  4. During class, lecturer's permission is needed to move away from one's place or to leave the room.
  5. (a) Punctual and regular attendance is essential for the formation of character and is therefore insisted upon. Leave of absence from College should be obtained from the concerned authority. Unforeseen absence must be justified on return before entering the class with a note of excuse from the parent or guardian. A medical certificate should be furnished especially when a student is absent for a long time due to illness. A Medical certificate however does not entitle a student for attendance. Those who are deputed officially by the College to participate in academical, cultural, sports activities etc. should hand over to the principal a note of deputation signed by the concerned lecturer. (b) Serious notice will be taken of absence without leave from the College examinations and at the re-opening of classes after the holidays. In the case of illness, the production of a medical certificate shall be required.
  6. Irregularity in attendance, insubordination, discourtesy to Staff members, habitual inattention and late coming, neglect of work, obscenity in word or act will be punishable by permanent or temporary dismissal. Minor
  7. The College does not hold itself responsible for the conduct of its students outside its premises. In justice to itself however, it takes cognizance of any serious misconduct of its students committed outside its premises and should pay any serious charge be fairly substantiated, the guilty shall be punished according to the gravity of the offence.
  8. Students attending class or other gatherings within the College are expected to be neatly dressed in accordance with the rules of approved etiquette.
  9. Every student must salute the members of the Staff on the occasion of his/her first meeting for the day.
  10. Books, Magazines, newspapers etc. not approved by the Principal, are not allowed to be brought to the College.
  11. Every student should posses the identity card issued by the College which should be produced whenever asked for, specially when dealing with the office and library.
  12. Students who habitually steal or rob will be dismissed from the College.
  13. We do not wish to see students consuming alcohol or using tobacco in any form on the College premises. If they do so they will be summarily dismissed.
  14. Students must not be in any club or society or make any engagements that may interfer with their studies without the Principal's permission. They are not allowed to play in any team against the College.
  15. Students are not allowed to take part in political agitation directed against the authority of Government. They are also forbidden to engage prominently in any public movement without permission from the Principal. They are further desired to observe all the disciplinary regulations which the management may frame from time to time.
  16. Students are advised to maintain the cleanliness of the class room and keep the campus clean and plastic free.
  17. Letters officially addressed to the Principal should enclose reply postage. Only official letters will be handed over to the students. Private letters will be re-directed to the home or hostel address.
  18. Students are not authorised to collect donations from public for any of the College activity without the permission of the Principal.
  19. Application for certificates must be made to the Principal in writting and will be issued after 48 hours notice. They will not be handed over to unauthorised persons.
  20. Transfer Certificate will be posted to the Principal of the College to which the student is to be admitted.


  • While entering the Library, the students are required to keep all their belongings in the rack provided. Enter the Library only with a note book or sheets of paper
  • Students should apply for library books on the application slip. It should be dropped in the box by 12.30 p.m. Books will not be issued without the application slip. On Saturdays, students should apply for books by 11.30 a.m.
  • 3 books are issued at a time to each student for a period of four days. Books in greater demand are listed by the Librarian and will be issued for Two days only
  • If the slip for application of books is rejected, the student may apply for another book.


  • A student to whom a book has been issued is held responsible for it and for any damage done to it. He/She may not write anything or make any mark therein. He/ She is expected to examine the books he/she received and report immediately to the Library Staff any damage found in it. Otherwise he/she shall be held responsible for any damage that may be detected later.
  • Students are not permitted to lend books to any one, whether in or out of the college, under pain of suspension of privileges.
  • Students may borrow magazines and other reading material at the Library Counter. They must return these at the counter before leaving the Library. No magazines will be issued to a student who is in the Library when he/she should be in the class.
  • Strict SILENCE must be observed in the Library


  • A receipt signed and dated by one deputed by the Principal shall be granted for every payment of fee made.
  • If a student leaves College in the middle of the course, he/she shall have no right to claim a remission of any portion of a fee. He/She must pay the full fees of the entire course.
  • Payment of examination fees does not entitle the candidate to appear for the examination. The candidate has to submit the application within the last date prescribed by the 21 University and fulfill the requirement of satisfactory attendance, progress and conduct. A candidate who does not satisfy these requirements will not be permitted to take the examinations.

Dress Code

All the students of the College are expected to dress decently and appropriately for College atmosphere. It must be understood by the students of this college that this is a coeducational institution and for a healthy interaction, a certain limit of decency and decorum must be observed by both boys and girls. College Uniform to be worn on all weekday except Wednesday and Saturday. College identity card to be worn on all working days.

MEN: Men can wear - Formal Trousers, Half or full sleeved shirts, Shirts tucked in and neat appearance, Long hair, TShirts, Jeans and low waist pants are not allowed.

WOMEN : Women can wear - Salwar / Churidar Kameez, Formal trousers with sufficiently long tops covering the seat, Tight fittings / short tops, leggings, Jeans, T-Shirts and Sleeveless dresses are not permitted. Disciplinary action will be taken on students violating the dress code.