- The students are expected to maintain the good standard of behaviour inside and outside the college.
- The students should wear clean and decent dress. All the students should wear their identity cards with neck-bands displaying the data clearly.
- The students should maintain their class rooms cleanliness and hygiene.
- They should help their departments in keeping the class rooms and the premises of the department clean.
- The students should stand up when the teacher enters the class and may resume their seats with teacher’s permission.
- When a class is engaged, no student should enter or leave the class room without the permission of the teacher.
- The students are strictly prohibited from loitering on the veranda or corridors during the class hours.
- The students should utilize the free time, if any, profitably and may use the library reading room or may engage in studies in the waiting room or in the class room.
- The students should handle the college properties with care and keep the environment clean and healthy.
- The college walls, class rooms or furniture should not be disfigured with writings or engravings. Those found to violate this will be subjected to strict disciplinary actions including charging fines to recover the damage.
- Tobacco, Pan and such intoxicating items are strictly prohibited in the campus. All students are required to co-operate to make our campus Tobacco-free.
- The possession and use of alcohol, liquor or drugs of any kind in the campus will be considered as a serious offence. The students, who are found to have consumed liquor or alcohol of any kind, should not enter the campus and the offenders will be seriously dealt with.
- The students are advised to attend to the notifications in the college notice board regularly so that they are well informed about the current affairs of the college.
- The urgent announcements will be made over the Public Address System at the end of the class hours.
- The students should lodge their grievances or complaints, if any, to the appropriate forums in the college like Student Affairs committee, Disciplinary committee Anti-ragging cell, Department Tutors etc. and should give them in writing addressed to the principal.
- The students are prohibited from attending or organizing any meetings in campus or collecting money for any purpose by circulating or pasting any kind of notices or petitions without the permission of the principal.
- The students are prohibited from the use or possession of mobile phones inside the campus. In case of a violation of this rule, any teacher can seize the mobile phones from the students with in the campus and a vigilance squad is working inside the campus to prevent any violation of this rule.
- All the students of the institution will be issued an identity card, bearing their relevant details.
- The students should wear their ID cards within the campus and produce the same for the verification or face any disciplinary actions, when noticed by the principal or any member of the teaching or non-teaching staff.
- The identity card is not transferable.
- In case of any damage/loss of the original identity card, a duplicate identity card will be issued on payment and procedures.
- The misusing or tampering of the ID cards will be seriously dealt with
Prevention of Ragging in the Campus
The UGC and the honourable Supreme Court has banned the ragging in the campus and described it as a criminal offence. The Anti-ragging cell will deal with the ragging cases and suggest suitable measures to wipe off the ragging from the campus. If any student is found to be involved in ragging, he/she will be subjected to strict disciplinary actions.
Mandatory Rules and Regulations for Prohibition of Political activities in the Campus
- No student should get involved in any political activity in the campus or abet such activity carried out by the fellow students in the campus in any matter whatsoever and such activities are banned in the campus as per the direction of the honourable judiciary. (WA. No 535 of 2003 honourable High Court of Kerala Held that ‘It is open to the educational institutions to prohibit political activities within the college campus and forbid students from organizing or attending meetings other than the official once within the college campus and such institutions would not violate act 19(la)/ 19(1c) of the ‘Constitution of India’. In R.P. No. 435 of 2003 The Honourable High Court Upheld ‘The rights of the private managements and educational agencies in prohibiting the interference of the students’ organisations have no legal right to interfere with the fundamental right guaranteed to management or various educational institutions in the state under Act 19 (lg) of the constitution’.
- Taking part in any political activity by organising or causing to gather in the college campus for the purpose of doing any activity as defined in the rule 4(6) shall constitute serious indiscipline.
- Every member of such gatherings will individually be liable and responsible for the gross indiscipline in this regard and the Principal shall have the powers to take disciplinary actions against such students.
- Calling or appealing for the strikes for the reasons based on politics or ideologies that may be preached by political parties or their student wings and shouting slogans in the campus affecting the normal working of the institution is considered as a serious indiscipline.
- The participants of such activities shall be dealt with strict disciplinary actions and appropriate punishments as provided in the rules.
- No student of the college should indulge in any activities like Dharna, Gherao, and obstruction of the entry to and from any class room or office or such places in the campus and such activities will be treated as gross misconduct.
- The Principal is the head of the institution and will be the disciplinary authority in respect of the students of the college.
- If any misconduct or indiscipline of any student(s) as referred in the rule above is noticed by the Principal and if he/she is invoiced with the prima facia evidence in the allegations against the delinquent student(s), he/she may pass an order suspending such student(s) from the college immediately.
- If the Principal thinks that the alleged delinquency requires further investigational evidences, he/she may present and discuss the matter in college council and may appoint an enquiry committee of competent teachers to enquire the allegation and to submit an expert report.
- The enquiry committee shall conduct hearings from all relevant persons, gather oral or written evidences from all sides, giving reasonable opportunity for all parties to make their stand clear.
- The enquiry committee is expected to complete the enquiry without much delay and should submit the report to the Principal.
- On the basis of the report of the enquiry committee and views of the college council, if necessary, the Principal may take appropriate action.