Class Hours

  • The first bell for the class is rung at 8.25 a.m / 1.25 p.m. and the second bell at 8.30 a.m./1.30 p.m. for the commencement of the class. A bell is given at the end of each period. A long bell goes at the end of the day at 1.10 p.m /6.10 p.m.
  • At the first bell, students shall go to their respective classes and take their seats so as to be present when the teacher enters.
  • Students shall occupy the seats assigned to them in the alphabetical order and shall not change them without the permission of the teacher.
  • No student shall leave the classroom during a lecture without the permission of the teacher.


  • Attendance will be taken at the beginning of each hour.
  • A student who is not in the class when attendance is taken will be marked absent.
  • Late-comers will not be admitted to the class without an admission slip from the Principal or a person authorised by him for the purpose.

Leave of Absence

  • A student requiring leave for a portion of a class must apply to the teacher in person before the class begins.
  • A student requiring leave for a whole session or more must apply for it in writting to the Head of the Department.
  • All leave applications must be sent in the prescribed form ,available in the College Office,
  • A student who applies for long leave on grounds of illness must attach a medical certificate from a Registered Medical Practitioner with his/her leave application form. In any case, the medical certificate must reach the College Office within 5 days of the student's return to the classes. Medical Certificates submitted later will not be accepted. Production of the medical certificate will not automatically enable a student to get condonation of shortage of attendance.
  • Students will be fined for absence without leave and fined heavily for such absence at the beginning and the end of a semester or before and after a College holiday.
    Any fine, by whomsoever imposed, must be paid only at the College Office and nowhere else. A numbered receipt must be obtained for it and shown to the person who imposed the fine.
  • Continued absence without leave for more than 10 working days will render a student liable to have his / her name struck off the rolls of the College.

Good Manners & Behaviour

  • Students attending classes, meetings or other gatherings within the College are expected to be presentably dressed in accordance with approved etiquette.
  • When a student meets a member of the staff for the first time in the day, he / she must greet him / her appropriately.
  • Students are forbidden to smoke in the College premises, to write or make any mark on the walls or desks or throw paper or ink on the walls or floors of the classrooms or corridors. Severe action will be taken against the offenders.
  • Students are not allowed to loiter about or stand in the verandahs or corridors of the College during class hours.

Disciplinary Regulations

  • Students should abstain from active participation in party or communal politics.
  • The Principal or other College authorities may frame and issue from time to time disciplinary rules of a permanent or temporary character which regulate the conduct of the students on the rolls. So far such rules seem necessary to maintain the creditability, usefulness and reputation of the College or hostel.
  • The Principal shall have full power to inflict the following punishments in the interest of the students or the Institution: Fine,loss of attendance, loss of term certificate, suspension or expulsion.
  • Students should not indulge in any activity leading to the disruption of peace and discipline, or dislocation of the normal functions or meetings. Those who are found guilty of violation of this rule will attract any of the punishments mentioned in Disciplinary Regulations, para 3 above.
  • Students who are guilty of (a) rude language towards the staff of the College (b) assaulting or attempting to assalut fellow-students or the College employees or other staff of the College will attract any of the punishments mentioned in Disciplinary Regulations(The Principal shall have full power to inflict the following punishments in the interest of the students or the Institution: Fine,loss of attendance, loss of term certificate, suspension or expulsion);
  • No private collection of funds shall be made from the students or the staff without the prior permission of the Principal.

Fee Regulations

  • The academic year for fee transaction purposes shall be divided into two terms:

    (i)The first term commences from the re-opening of the College after the summer vacation and continues till the end of October.

    (ii)The second term commences from the last week of November and continues till the end of March or April, normally.

  • The Term fees shall be paid in one instalment except where otherwise specified.
  • Every student has to pay the whole fees for the year during any part of which his / her name is on the rolls and his / her attendance registered, whether such fee be paid in one sum or in two instalments, except where other wise specified.
  • The whole amount of the first term fees must be paid by a new student before his / her name is on the rolls and his / her attendance registered except where otherwise specified.
  • All fees payable by students shall be paid only at the Bank Counter in the College Campus. The Bank will issue a receipt (chalan) for every payment. Students must preserve these fee receipts carefully till the end of the course.
  • Students who do not pay the fees by the due dates shall pay a fine of Rs.1/- for each working day after the due dates. Absence with or without leave is no grounds for exemption from this rule.
  • Names of students who have not paid the whole fees before the last day for payment of the fees with fine are liable to be struck off the rolls. Such students will be re-admitted only on payment of the entire amount of the fees due with fine along with Rs. 10/- as re-admission fee. They will also lose attendance from the date on which their names are struck off the rolls till the date of their re-admission.
  • Holders of scholarships and fee Concessions from Government or University or College or other sources are also bound by all the foregoing regulations.
  • The College reserves the right to increase the rates of fees to all classes at the beginning of any academic year if additional costs have to be met.