Rules & Regulations

  

Rules and regulations alone cannot make a good institution. However, they serve as guidelines for smooth conduct of the society. Life in the college campus should enable the students to reach their full potential, acquire good conduct, pleasing manners and gentlemanly behavior. Our country has a great and noble tradition and it is the duty of every one to be worthy of its tradition. No one has right to be in a college unless he/ she is doing the academic work to the best of his/ her ability. Major part of our college work is done in the class rooms. Therefore a congenial atmosphere must exist in the class rooms where the teachers will be able to give their best and the students to receive to the utmost of his/her capacity. A conscious effort is needed to preserve the atmosphere for proper dissemination of knowledge.

Rules and regulations are formulated to guide the students along the accepted traditions and to avoid disorder and confusions and should not be viewed as something imposed mechanically from outside.

 

1. Ragging is prohibited and is punishable under IPC.

Ragging is a serious crime, punishable under the Kerala prohibition of ragging Act 1998 and allied laws. As per the relevant UGC and AICTE regulations, student found guilty of committing ragging can be expelled from the institution and will be debarred from taking admission to any other institution. Fine of Rs. 2,50,000.00 could also be imposed, apart from, 2 years’ imprisonment and a fine of Rs.10000.00 as per section 4 of the 1998 Act. The Hon. Supreme court of India has issued direction regarding the measures to be adopted to curb the menace of ragging in educational institutions, and accordingly anti ragging committee and anti ragging squad have been formed to prevent ragging.

Broadly speaking , ragging is any disorderly conduct whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fellow student, indulging in rowdy or undisciplined activities which cause or likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in a fresher or junior student or asking the student to do any act or perform something which such student will not do in the ordinary course and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame of embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of a fresher or junior student. Generally offence of ragging is committed through verbal or physical assault.

Students, parents or staff or any other persons who come across any such incident shall report the fact to the college authorities at the earliest possible opportunity.

 

2. Uniform

a.    Students are expected to wear clean and respectable uniform in the college campus. Without uniform no student is permitted inside the college campus.

b.   The students can come to the college without Uniform only on notified days/occasions. On those occasions they should  wear formal dress.(T shirts,  Midi-Top etc. are banned)

 

3. Identity Card

a.    Every student should wear and display his / her identity card and produce it on demand by the authorities i.e. by any member of the staff or other authorized persons.

b.   If the identity card is lost, fresh identity card will be issued after collecting a fine.

c.    Students should surrender the identity card when they leave the college after completion of their course.

d.   Teachers will not allow the students to enter the class room and the laboratories/ workshops, if they are not in uniform and/or they do not have their identity cards displayed.

 

4. General Rules

1.    All students are strictly prohibited from participating in any activities which will disturb the classes and/or cause threat to the peaceful atmosphere of the college campus.

2.    It is prohibited to organize or attend meetings other than the official ones which are specifically permitted by the Principal.

3.    All expressions or activities which are immoral, antisocial, communal and anti national are strictly prohibited in the college campus and are punishable.

4.    No student shall get involved in any political activities inside campus.

5.    Smoking, chewing pan masala, chewing gum etc. are strictly prohibited in the college campus. Entering the college campus, consuming liquor and other intoxicating drugs, is also strictly prohibited.

6.    Disfiguring/damaging / destroying the college property is strictly prohibited.

7.    In accordance with the order of the Hon. High court of Kerala, no one shall distribute or circulate any notices, pamphlets, leaflets, etc., within the campus and shall not exhibit any type of banners, flags, posters, etc. without the prior sanction of the Principal.

8.    Unauthorized entry of outsiders into the campus is strictly prohibited. Unless permitted by the college authorities, students shall not bring or entertain outsiders inside the college campus.

9.    Nobody shall collect money from others in the campus.

10. Any student who, is persistently insolent, or insubordinate or willfully and repeatedly commit mischief or is guilty of fraud or malpractice or who in the opinion of Principal, is likely to have an unwholesome influence on his fellow students or tarnish the reputation of the institution shall be removed from the rolls; the removal shall be either temporary or   permanent subject to the gravity of the misconduct.

11. No study tour is needed during the first and second year of the engineering course.

12. Students are not permitted to enter other classes.

13.During the free hours students may utilize Library, Digital Library or Lab facility or they may sit inside their own class room without disturbing the  near by classes.

14. Mobile phones are banned inside the college campus. Use of mobile phones in the college campus is strictly prohibited. Any violation of the rule attracts disciplinary action as well as confiscation of mobile phones.

15. College will not be responsible for loss of valuables / cash brought by the students to the campus.

16. No student is permitted to buy/sell used books or other items from/to others directly. The PTA has made arrangement for the purchase and sale of such items or books.

17. Parents/guardians should invariably attend open house or other meetings convened by the Principal.

18. Matters of misconduct or indiscipline shall be recorded in the student record.