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College is following the RTI Act to provide for setting out the practical regime of right to information for citizens to secure access to information under the control of college authorities, in order to promote transparency and accountability.

Women Protection Cell

College’s Women Protection Cell aims to make students aware of Gender Equity and help students to change their mindset and attitudes towards life in terms of Women. It encourage greater participation and to develop responsible and value oriented leadership in Female students. The main aims are :-

  1. To build a society with social and economic gender equality as envisaged in the Indian Constitution through social service.
  2. To reach out to Women in the rural areas and make them aware of their social and legal rights and to equip them to stand against gender violence and gender discrimination
  3. To create awareness, instill values and develop the personality and leadership quality in the members.


  • All the students will be treated as equal, irrespective of their sex, belief or their category of the seat. Students showing keen interest in activities will receive full encouragement.
  • All the students shall abide by the rules and regulations laid down by the Institute from time to time.
  • Admission to the Institute shall explicitly imply that the student and his/her parents have made themselves conversant with the rules and regulations of the institute and the provisions of the ordinances of the University.
  • The candidates whose result of the qualifying examination is not declared before the submission of the examination form shall not be eligible for admission under any circumstances.
  • If a document/declaration submitted by a candidate is found to be false at any stage during his/her admission shall be cancelled and he/she may be liable for prosecution under the law without any refund of fee.
  • The institute reserves the right to make necessary amendments to the rules & regulations, course, fees etc. as considered necessary and deemed appropriate from time to time.

Code of Conduct

  • The students shall observe strict discipline and decorum of the Institute at all times. Any act of indiscipline, e.g. use of abusive language, assault and affray, indecent behavior towards faculty members and employees of the institute, disfiguring of walls etc. damage and destruction of institute property and such like acts shall constitute acts of indiscipline against the institute and shall make a student liable to disciplinary action including expulsion from the institute without any notice. No fees shall be refundable in all such cases.
  • The student shall maintain discipline at all times inside and outside the college premises. Acts like fighting, consuming alcohol, theft, etc. shall be severely dealt with and treated as act of indiscipline against the institute.
  • Use and/or possession of fire arms, knife, hockey sticks, base ball bat, etc. inside and outside the institute and/or hostel constitute a grievous offence punishable under IPC and shall be treated as indiscipline against the institute.
  • Consumption and/or possession of alcoholic drinks, cigarettes, pan-masala, gutka, drugs, etc. inside and outside the institute and/or hostel constitute an offence and shall be dealt with severely including expulsion.
  • There is a dress code for boys and girls. This is mandatory for the students to put on the proper attire while attending classes/practical and on formal occasions. Without proper uniform, they will not be allowed to attend the classes.
  • Students whose conduct or attendance, or progress is not satisfactory, will not be allowed to appear for the examinations, and are also liable to be asked to leave the institute.

Attendance and Leave

  • Students must be regular and punctual at lectures, demonstrations, seminars, practical, field work and other such academic exercise. They are required to attend all the attendance working periods in each of the prescribed subjects. 75% attendance is compulsory for appearing in the examinations, failing which the student may be detained from appearing in the examination.
  • The attendance shall be counted from the date of admission or start of the academic session, whichever is later.
  • All students shall attend classes and practical periods and take session examinations as per the academic calendar.
  • In case of absence in classes, a leave application must be submitted through course coordinator to the Director/Principal mentioning reasons of absence.
  • Leave of absence from the institute may be granted to a student on production of written request from the parents/local guardian on the sole discretion of the Director/Principal.
  • Prizes will be given to outstanding performers in each discipline, students showing 100% attendance in a semester shall be awarded.