Before the commencement of classes in the morning, the recorded ‘Daiva Dasakam’ sung by the former student of the college is played through the public address system. Staff and students should observe silence during the prayer.
Every student who joins the college will be provided with an Identity Card attached to a string. Students shall wear this card around their neck while they are in the campus and show the same when demanded by the authorities. Those who refuse to obey this rule will face disciplinary actions.
Residence, Dress and Discipline of students
- 1. Students who do not live with their parents or guardian should reside only in hostels and lodges approved by the Principal.
- 2. Every student is expected to be decent, cultured, polished and pleasing in his words and deeds inside and outside the college.
- 3. College uniform is compulsory for all UG and PG admissions from 2016 onwards. Uniform for girls: Modestly stitched Salwar and Kurta (without slit) with a black overcoat in the prescribed uniform material. Uniform for boys: Half sleeve shirt and pants in the prescribed uniform material. Colour dress is permitted on Wednesday. Students are required to be neat and tidy in dress and person. They are advised to be courteous.
- 4. Students should handle college property with care. They are also expected to do whatever they can to promote the beauty, charm and dignity of the campus.
- 5. Students should not write, carve or paint anything on any part of the college building, walls, furniture etc.
- 6. No meeting or function of any kind shall be held in the campus without the prior permission of the Principal.
- 7. Students are not allowed to stand or roam about in the verandas and corridors or do anything which might disturb the classes during working hours.
- 8. Student’s discipline is subjected to the judgement of Hon. High Court of Kerala WA No.535/2003 dt 26-05-2003.
- 9. Smoking, chewing, snuffing and other unwholesome practices are strictly prohibited.
- 10. Irregular attendance, insubordination to teachers, indifference in class, habitual mischief-making, obscenity in deed or words are sufficient reasons for suspension or dismissal of a student from the college. Minor offences are punishable with fine.
- 11. Malpractice in examinations and test papers will be severely dealt with.
- 12. All legal and reasonable grievances of the students will be addressed by the college authorities. In the event of any such grievance, the aggrieved can approach the respective Class Tutor or the Students’ Grievance Redressal Committee existing in the college. The decision of the Principal shall be final.
- 13. The Principal is the final authority in the interpretation of the college bye-laws and he/she reserves the right to frame and enforce rules governing the conduct of students in the class rooms and in the campus.
- 14. Students are not permitted to use mobile phones inside the campus as per the government order. A fine will be imposed on those students who violate the rule. The use of all kinds of cameras, including mobile phone cameras, is strictly prohibited in the campus
- 15. College Union Election will be conducted only under indirect mode/ Parliamentary System. No external or political interference shall be permitted. Outsiders shall not enter the college campus without the permission of the college authorities.
Warning against Ragging
Ragging is a criminal offence and is strictly prohibited in the campus. Ragging is any disorderly conduct, whether by words spoken or written or by any act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness any junior student, indulging in rowdy and indisciplined activities to a student of an educational institution which causes or likely to cause physical or psychological harm or raising apprehension or fear of shame or embarrassment to that student. It also includes asking student to do any act or perform something which the student will not in the ordinary course willingly do. If any incident of ragging comes to the notice of the authority, the concerned student will be given an opportunity to explain and if explanation is not found satisfactory, the student will be expelled from the institution. Any written complaint obtained regarding ragging will also be forwarded to the police authorities. College will not be responsible for the criminal proceedings initiated in this regard.
Excursions, Picnics and Study Tours
Students are not permitted to organise or conduct excursions or picnics without the knowledge and consent of the class teacher and department heads. Study tours will be organised by the respective departments. Only final year students will be permitted to go on excursion and tours. Written consent in the prescribed form should be obtained from the guardians of all students going on excursion. A detailed programme of travel, stay, places of visit, names of participants etc. should be submitted to the Principal before proceeding on a tour/excursion. No student from another class will be permitted to join a class going on excursion. There should be a minimum of two teachers (one male and one female) to accompany each team. Excursions, Picnics and Tours will be allowed only during the third term of the academic year.