General Rules & Regulation for Students
1. General Discipline
The college expects the students to maintain high standards of discipline, ideal behavior and dress codes to keep up the reputation of our institution. The following guidelines are prepared for strict observation.
1. Students are expected to maintain the best standards of behavior in and out of the college.
2. Students are expected to wear a clean and decent dress.
3. Students shall stand up when the teacher enters the class and resume seat with his/her permission.
4. No student shall enter and leave the class without the permission of the teacher.
5. Students are strictly prohibited from loitering on the veranda and corridors during working hours.
6. Students shall remain in the library room during free hours and utilize the time meaningfully.
7. Don’t enter in the Library room with your baggage’s and book.
8. Students shall handle the college properties with care and keep the surroundings clean and healthy.
9. Students shall not disfigure college wall, furniture, etc. with writing or engravings. Those indulging in such activities shall be fined.
10. Tobacco of any kind and pan are strictly prohibited in the campus. “Keep the campus tobacco-free”.
11. Keeping and using alcohol or drugs of any kind in the campus shall be an offence and offenders shall be seriously dealt with.
12. Complaints, if any, may be lodged in writing through proper channel (via administrative staff related to infrastructure and hostel related and via principal related to education).
13. Irregular attendance, insubordination to teachers, non-teaching staff and college authorities, and obscenity in word or deed shall be seriously dealt with. Students are advised to pay attention to the notifications appearing on the notice board from time to time so that they may be well informed about the day-to-day affairs of the college. Urgent announcements will be made over the public address system (whatsapp group, College website).
14. Students are expected to maintain their classrooms clean.
15. After starting of classes, after 5 minutes no one allow to enter in class.
16. Coming late to class is a serious breach of discipline. You will not be permitted to leave or come late to the class under any pretext such as paying fees or library transaction, etc. In any case, none of you are allowed to leave the classroom without the permission of the faculty. The faculty shall have the right to cancel attendance for the particular period during which he/she engages, for indifference or for late coming without valid reason by students.
17. Political activities are strictly prohibited in the college campus.
18. Students shall not organize or attend meetings other than official ones in the college campus.
19. Students resorting to strike shall not enter college verandas or classrooms.
20. Students are forbidden to attend or organize any meeting in the college or to collect money for any purpose without the permission of the Principal. They should not circulate any notice or petition or paste it anywhere in the college premises without the permission of the Principal.
21. Students are prohibited from using mobile phones in the college campus.
22. If anyone found using mobile in campus his/her mobile is ceased for 15 days or fine of Rs 200/-
23. Cinematic dance and fashion parade are prohibited in the campus.
24. Ragging of any kind is prohibited in the campus.
2. Dress Code Rules
It has been observed that students are interpreting the Uniform Code of Conduct in the way they like. Please note that it is mandatory for every student to be in proper/complete uniform, once he/she is in the college campus irrespective of the lecture timings.
Please make a note of the following: –
1. Students are not permitted to wear visible body adornments, including earrings, and display body piercing or tattoos. Lady students may wear only necklaces, finger rings, and ear and nose adornments. Wearing heavy ornaments and / or jewellery on campus is discouraged. Make up should be sober and unobtrusive. Translucent dresses are forbidden. Dress should be comfortable and sufficiently loose to facilitate work without physical restraint.
2. Wearing the uniform shall be compulsory as specified by the Institute.
a. White Shirt,
b. Grey Trouser,
c. Navy Blue V- neck Sweater (in winter),
d. Black Shoes with lash,
e. White Socks
a. White Salwar,
b. Grey Sameej (Suits),
c. Navy Blue high neck Sweater (in winter),
d. Black Shoes,
e. White Socks
*** Dress should be brought from the similar material and pattern.
3. Please note that Flipons /Slippers/Floaters ate strictly prohibited.
4. Men students must be well groomed, i.e., not to wear long hair, and can either be bearded, moustache or clean-shaven.
5. Non-compliance will be treated as ‘Disciplinary misconduct’ under Code of Conduct and will attract penalties, punishment including forfeiture of attendance as prescribed.
6. Weekly of for the dress code on Saturday.
7. Without dress in campus- First time allow for class but attendance not count with proper application. Second time and afterward fine of Rs. 50/- and attendance not count with proper application.
8. Without apron in college campus will leads to fine of Rs 100/- and attendance not count.Student with faulty dress code should be expelled from class by faculty with proper discussion with managing body for up to 07 days.
3. Attendance Rules
1. All students are enrolled to biometric attendance.
2. All students make biometric attendance during arrival and during leaving the college.
3. Manual attendance in each class also taken for subject wise attendance.
4. You shall reply to the roll call.
5. Teachers shall record daily attendance of all students. The cumulative attendance during the Year shall determine the eligibility of the student to appear for the Year-end examination. A statement of cumulative attendance shall be prepared paper-/course-wise and shall be displayed on the Notice Board at the end of the month of teaching, and thereafter at the end of teaching during the Year.
6. Attendance in at least 75% of the lectures delivered in each paper (Theory and Practical separately).
7. Absence on medical grounds shall be offset against the 25% concession in attendance already granted. However, if absence on medical grounds exceeds 25%, the student may submit a Medical Certificate and request for condonation of shortfall in attendance on medical grounds. The Eligibility Committee shall examine such absence on a case-to-case basis.
8. A student representing the Institution / State / Country in extra-curricular or co-curricular activities may submit an application to the Principal, seeking leave of absence. If approved, such absence shall be treated as “on duty” and the student concerned shall be granted attendance during the period of absence. However, absence on account of such co-curricular or extra-curricular activities should be supported by documentary evidence issued by the appropriate authority.
9. Students who are inducted as members of the core organizing teams/committees for organization of institutional events such as Placements, Economics Conclave, Annual Convocation, Seminars/Workshops, etc. shall be eligible for relaxation in the requirement of attendance up to maximum 5 lectures per paper per semester. However, the list of such students shall be duly certified by first by the faculty coordinator for such institutional events, and thereafter by the Programme Coordinator.
10. A student who has any grievance about the attendance record may represent to the Director, in writing, within a day from the date of display of the eligibility list. The Director shall verify the accuracy of attendance records and shall dispose of the complaint within a period of three days. The decision of the Director in such cases shall be final and binding upon the student.
11. Indifference to studies shall be considered violation of order and discipline. Absence from the tests, examinations, non-submission of exercise / assignment in time and coming late to the classes without valid reasons, shall be considered indifference to studies.
12. A student who attends less than 60% of classes in a course will be required to repeat the course by attending all the classes or may request to provide extra classes to fulfill the attendance.
13. Grading of students on the basis of attendance (Monthly assessment) in a course in the following manner:
Less than 60%
14. The credit points earned by you for attendance / participation in Guest lecture/seminars/conferences/summits will be counted towards recognition and award of “Best Student Award” of the Institute. The credit points earned may also be used for short-listing of students for placement purposes.
15. There are 12 or more than 12 Class tests in year organized in each subject. In these Class tests minimum 75% test appearance is essential.
16. There are 01 sessional examination in the mid of year and 01 Pre-University examination held before the university examination. In these examination appearances is essential. On the basis of marks obtained in these exam internal assessment marks given by internal examiner.
17. The assessment is done to measure the knowledge, skills, and application ability of students, identified as intended learning outcomes. The course instructors assess the understanding of theories, business practices and applications illustrated and discussed in the respective courses. The purpose of assessment is measurement of learning. In post graduate programmes, assessment focuses more on higher order thinking skills, like comprehension, analysis, synthesis, evaluation, creative thinking and practical insight.
4. Assessment Techniques / Tools
You are assessed on the following components:
3. Library/web assignment
4. Field project
5. Class participation & Reflective Notes
6. Essay/term paper
7. Mid-term examination
8. End-term examination
9. Any other technique (As specified by an instructor)
5. Project and Other Assignments in Courses
All project reports and submissions of course related assignments, etc. shall be submitted to the concerned instructor/s as per the dates announced by the instructor/s. Late submissions shall invite penalty in the grade awarded, as decided by the Instructor.
6. Date of Examination
Two weeks prior to the commencement of each term examination, the Institute shall prepare and publish a schedule of examinations for each and every course conducted by it.
7. Examinations: Code of Conduct
The institute will notify in writing a code of conduct during examinations for students, it will be mandatory for students to abide by the same.
8. Academic Dishonesty at Examinations/ Tests/ Assignments
The students enrolled at the Institute shall maintain the highest
standards of academic honesty. They have the responsibility to make known the
existence of academic dishonesty to their course instructors and, if necessary,
to the Programmed Chairperson.
Academic dishonesty includes, but is not necessarily limited to, the following:
1. Cheating – Giving or receiving unauthorized assistance in any academic exercise of examination. Using or attempting to use any unauthorized materials, information or study aids in an examination or academic exercise.
2. Plagiarism – Representing the ideas or language of others as one’s own.
3. Falsification – Falsifying or inventing any information, data or citation in an academic exercise.
4. Multiple Submission – Submitting substantial portions of any academic exercise more than once for credit without the prior authorization and approval of the current instructor.
5. Complicity – Facilitating any of the above actions or performing work that another student then presents as his or her assignment.
6. Interference – Interfering with the ability of a student to perform his or her assignments.
If a situation of academic dishonesty arises that is not covered in the above section, the Examination Committee shall make a recommendation to the Director, who, in turn, shall initiate the action.
9- Handling of Cases of Cheating in Hall Examinations
1. The invigilator shall seize all the incriminating material/evidence from the candidate, and then obtain a written statement, duly signed by the candidate. The invigilator shall then issue a new answer book and allow the student to continue to write his answers for the remaining period of that examination. The matter shall be reported to the Controller of Examination with all relevant documents on the same day, which, in turn, will refer it to the Examination Committee.
2. The student reported using unfair means / possessing incriminating materials will then be allowed to appear in subsequent examinations of that term. However, in case the same candidate is again found guilty of indulging in misconduct or malpractice during any of the subsequent examinations of that term, he/she shall be expelled from all remaining examinations of that term after taking appropriate action for the second act of misconduct/malpractice.
3. The Examination Committee at the Institute shall determine its own procedure of inquiry in each case and after necessary investigation and inquiry will submit a detailed report with recommended punishment to the Director and the Director will issue the necessary order of punishment. In case of academic dishonesty in tests/quizzes/assignments, etc., the concerned instructor shall report the incident to the Director, who, in turn, will initiate the action.
Any student found guilty of academic dishonesty will, for the first offence, receive one or a combination of the following penalties:
1. Recommendation for Academic Probation.
2. Failure for the academic exercise (Component for which academic dishonesty was found).
3. Reduced grade for the course.
Any other punishment recommended by the Examination Committee.
For second offence of academic dishonesty, a student shall be subject to any combination of the above penalties and, with concurrence of the Director, suspension from the Institute for one year.