The College has underlined certain rules and regulations which every student is expected to abide by. These rules and regulations are chalked out here separately for College, Hostel and Library for the convenient understanding of the students. The violation of the same will be considered as offence and punitive measures will be taken against the offender/offenders. This process will be taken care of by the respective disciplinary action committees.
Students committing any of the following offences shall be considered as an act of indiscipline.
- Being habitually unpunctual.
- Indulging in and abetting any immoral and indecent activities.
- Resorting to violence of any kind.
- Disobedience to college authority and teachers.
- Damaging, defacing or devaluing any college property.
- Acts against public sanitation or, calculated to cause public nuisance, disturbance of public tranquility, communal trouble or breach of public peace.
- Holding any meeting in the college or hostel premises or college playground without permission, or against the order of the Principal.
- Loitering in the College campus or in the College verandah.
- Use of unfair means in College examinations.
The boarders of the hostels must abide by the following hostel rules:
- There shall be no ragging in the Hostels.
- Anybody found indulging in any behaviour or act that may be constituted as Ragging under Clause 4 of the UGC regulations is liable to be expelled from the Hostel as well as the College.
- Every boarder of the Hostel shall have to strictly follow the timings of breakfast, lunch, dinner, study hour and evening roll calls. Meals/breakfast must be taken in the dining hall itself and under no circumstances the boarders will be allowed to take away meals/breakfast from the dining hall to their room.
- During study hours, no boarders should remain outside without the permission from the Superintendent. Loitering and gossiping in other’s room during study hours will be treated as punishable
- Any type of substance-abuse (alcohol/drugs/smoking etc.) shall lead to outright expulsion from the Hostels.
- Leave of absence from the Hostel must be applied for in advance to the Superintendent through the hostel Monitor. The Superintendent reserves the right to accept or reject the same.
- No outsider should be allowed to enter during the study hours or College hours. No guests should be entertained to stay in the Hostel. Violation of the same will invite disciplinary action.
- A Hostel boarder may be asked to vacate the hostel by the Hostel authority at any point of time on the grounds of indiscipline and misconduct towards the authority, co-boarders, employees of the hostel etc. without any prior notice.
- Moreover, if a boarder is expelled from the College on any ground he/she will be automatically expelled from the hostel also. After expulsion, such boarder will not be allowed to enter the hostel premises for any purpose.
- College Hostel will remain closed during Summer Vacation, Winter Vacation and Durga Puja Vacation. No boarder will be allowed to reside in the hostel in any private capacity.
- The mess dues must be paid by the boarders within 5th day of each month or within such a date which may be notified by the hostel Superintendent. Non-payment of hostel dues on time should be a sufficient reason for disciplinary action.
- After the hostel admission, the student has to submit the hostel admission receipt and an amount of Rs.1000 (Rupees one thousand) only to the Hostel Superintendent as mess caution money which will be adjusted at the end of the final session.
- A hostel boarder will have to vacate his/her hostel seat immediately after the final examination.
- The Superintendent maintains a conduct register. In the event of any violation of hostel rules, the boarders are liable to be punished and have their names entered in the register for misconduct.
- Admission to the hostel is valid only for one academic session (not exceeding one year). The hostel Superintendent reserves the right to readmit a boarder for the next session taking the conduct and activities of the concerned boarder into consideration. Moreover, the attendance of a boarder in the College should be more than 75% while getting readmission to the hostel.
- If a boarder commits any unlawful activity that may be damaging to the reputation of the College/Hostel as well as detrimental to the students/deponents during the stay in the hostel premises, the College/Hostel authorities shall not be held responsible and shall not be accountable in any way in this connection.
- A Hostel boarder can not commit any violent/nefarious activities within and outside the Hostel/College premises and accordingly if found in contrary to the clause of the clarification made and on such event he/she will be solely liable.
- The hostel boarders may be allowed to contest in the AVCSU election provided their Parent/guardians submit an affidavit or stamp paper declaring that they will allow their wards to contest in the AVCSU election. And should there be any untoward incident, the College authority will be in no way made responsible.
- The hostel boarders desiring to contest in the AVCSU election should swear in writing that no election related activities will be carried out in the hostel campus. Violation of the same will invite disciplinary action.
- Using of electrical appliances like heater, Iron, oven etc. are strictly prohibited in the rooms of the hostel boarders. The Fans, bulbs and the tube lights should be switched off when not in use.
An identity card is issued to every bonafide student at the time of admission. The card contains information of the holder along with a recent passport size photograph, duly endorsed by the Principal. The Identity Card is non-transferable. A student must keep the Identity Card with him / her and produce the same whenever asked for. The validity of the Identity Card is for one academic year and the same shall be renewed annually.
Every student must attend classes regularly. The minimum attendance in each subject must be 75% of the number of classes held in an academic year. Attendance is a strong factor in internal assessment and has a huge impact on the final examination result.