Code of Conduct And Discipline For Students
The College shall have the jurisdiction over the conduct of its students and to take cognisance of all acts of misconduct including incidents of ragging or otherwise which may take place in the College campus:
- He/she shall be regular in classes. The name of a student will be struck off from the college rolls, if he/she remains absent without sanctioned leave for continuous 10 days.
- Readmission must be sought within seven days of name struck off and the student must be accompanied by his/her parent(s) or guardian.
- A student without an identity card, duly signed by the Principal, is deemed an outsider and will not be allowed to enter the college premises.
- All the students are advised to see the college notice board, website and their emails daily.
- Participating in following activities will invite disciplinary action by the college administration:
- Organizing meetings, processions and slogan shouting without prior permission.
- Loitering aimlessly in the corridors, making noise or disturbing / disrupting classes.
- Smoking, taking drugs/alcohol, chewing tobacco, spitting in the campus.
- Indulging in any rash/unbecoming behaviour with the students or the administration.
- Damaging /defacing the property of the institute or an individual.
- Writing obscenities/dirty words on black boards, walls or furniture; banging doors or furniture etc.
- Pasting posters on the walls or notices on the Notice Board without prior permission.
- Interacting with media, in any form whatsoever, on behalf of the College, without the permission of the College authorities.
- Bringing outsiders/miscreants/anti-social elements to the campus.
- Using mobile phones in the campus, except in the space specified (college canteen).
- Parking vehicles in area earmarked for the college staff.
- Rash driving, playing loud music in the campus that may cause any inconvenience to others.
- Students must deposit their dues on the dates notified otherwise their names will be struck off from the college rolls at the end of that month.
- Students are expected to use ‘social media’ carefully and responsibly.
- Submission of false information of any kind for admission or scholarship etc is a serious offence. Penal proceedings will be initiated and admission will be cancelled forthwith.
- All the students are expected to be readily available for social service and other college activities.
- All the students will be the ambassadors of the college outside the campus too, so they should be courteous to the members of the society as well.
Ragging is a Punishable Offence
PROHIBITION OF RAGGING UNDER H.P. EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS (PROHIBITION OF RAGGING ACT, 2009) defines ‘Ragging’ as doing any act, by disorderly conduct, to a student of an educational institution, which causes or is likely to cause physical or psychological harm or raising apprehension or fear or shame or embarrassment to the student. Such disorderly conduct includes teasing or abusing or playing practical jokes on or causing hurt to such students or asking a student to do any act or perform something which such student, will not be willing to do in the ordinary course.
A student who commits the offence of ragging shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years or shall also be liable to a fine which may extend to Rs. 50,000/- or both. If a student is convicted of the charges of committing, abetting, participating or propagating ragging, he/she shall be dismissed from the college and such student will not get admission in other colleges for a period of three years from the date of his/her dismissal from the college.