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Rules & Regulations

Class Hours

  • The Working day is divided into two sessions. The forenoon session has 3 hours. and the afternoon session has 3 hours.
  • The College follows day order system. Days are de noted by numbers such as 1,2,3,4,5 and 6 and the time table is followed accordingly. The first day order will be followed on the re -opening day. The Second day order will be the next working day and so on.
  • At the stroke of the first bell before each session, students should go to their respective classes and take their seats.
  • No student should leave the class room during lecture without the permission of the lecturer.

Attendance and Leave

  • University and college ruled require REGULAR ATTENDANCE on all working days for both theory and practical.
  • To appear of the University Examinations, the University requires a minimum of 75% of attendance in each semester and the attendance is reckoned in terms of days only and not subject wise. Candidates with less than 50 % of attendance in any semester will not be allowed to continue his/her study in the subsequent semester and will be asked to re-join the semester where the attendance is less than 50% and continue the course.
  • Attendance is noted for each period at the commencement of each class.
  • Late comers will not be admitted in to the calss without an admission slip from the Principal / H.O.D.
  • Leave application should be submitted only in the prescribed form.
  • The leave application with the counter signature of the parent/ guardian/ Deputy Warden and their Tutor should be submitted in advance or on the first day of his / her return to the college.In case of absence on medical reasons, the students should produce a medical certificate from a registered medical practitioner.
  • The principal may take appropriate disciplinary action in case of continued violation of leave rules.

Dress Code

  • Students are expected to attend the College neatly dressed keeping in mind with approved etiquette.
  • Girls shall attend the college wearing sarees or salwar kameez. They shall not come to the college in any other dress.
  • Boys shall attend the college wearing properly ironed and Tucked-in shirt and pant, belts, shoes with socks. Shirts should be buttoned properly. T- Shirts, casual wears, banians, jeans are not allowed. Proper hair dressing and well shaven face is expected.
  • The dress code for Physical and Athletic games- for boys is T- Shirts with canvas shoes and for girls, it is chudidhar with duppattas with canvas shoes.

Displinary Code

  • Students should bring their. I.D. Cards everyday. I.D. Cards should be produced anytime when demanded.
  • No student of one class shall enter any other class under any pretext.
  • Absolute silence should be maintained while moving from class room to laboratory/ library/ auditorium and while returning.
  • Students should not sit in the parapet walls or in the steps or staircases.
  • Students are forbidden from writing, scribbling, Painting on the walls, desks. etc.,
  • Students found guilty of damaging, destroying college property shall replace the same at their own cost.
  • Students must identify those who cause damage to the college property and report the same to the Principal immediately.
  • Smoking is strictly prohibited inside the campus.
  • Students found using drugs or liquor will be dismissed.
  • Students should not participate in political/ communal/ religious activities.
  • Students found guilty of using foul language or behaving rudely towards the staff members, will be expelled form the college.
  • Students are advisted to read notices put on the notice board. Ignorance of any notice thus put up will not be accepted as an excuse for failing to comply with it.
  • The students should strictly have driving licence and helmet while coming to college in their vechicle.
  • In case, any criminal case is registered against a student by the law enforcing authorities, he/ she should intimate the same within 24 hours to the Principal, failing which he / she is liable for disciplinary action leading to expulsion.
  • Under Tamil Nadu Educational rules.
    • The Principal is empowered to inflict the following punishments in the interest of students of the institution concerned.
      • Fine
      • Loss of attendance
      • Loss of term certificate
      • Suspension and
      • Expulsion
    • The power to take disciplinary action against a student is inherent with the Principal.
  • In regard to matters not specified above, students shall aim at conducating them selves in a manner suited to the normal functioning of the college.
  • Students can meet the Principal at any time other than class hours.
  • Students are advised not to use cell phones inside the class rooms.
  • Students should attend meetings as per instructions, Decency and discipline should be maintained in meetings & conferences.
  • Students are advised not to bring valuable things like ornaments, heavy cahs, electronic gadgets etc. Mangement is not responsible for any theft of valuables or cash inside/ outside the campus.
  • Admissions are made to the college on the clear understanding that those who are admitted will, fully abide by the rules and regulations in force and those with which may be enforced or modified as and when required by the College/ University/ Government authorities.
  • The Students should adhere to the rules and regulations that may be issued from time to time..


  • Ragging is strictly prohibited inside the college campus as well as outside the campus.
  • Students involved in ragging will be dismissed from the college.

The following Act of the Tamil Nadu. Legislative Assembly has received the assent of the Government on the 14 th of February 1997 and is hereby published for general information. ACT No. 7 of 1997. An Act to prohibit ragging in educational institutions in the State ot Tamil Nadu. Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the State ot Tamil Nadu in the Forty eighth year of the Republic on India as follows.


  • This Act may be called the Tamil Nadu Prohibition of Ragging Act 1997.
  • It extends to the whole of the State of Tamil Nadu.
  • It shall be deemed to have come into force on the 19th of December, 1996.


In this Act unless the context otherwise requires, "ragging" means display of noisy, disorderly conduct, doing anything which causes or is likely to cause physical or psychological harm or raise apprehension or fear or shame or embarrassment to a student in any educational institution and inculdes.

Teasing, abusing of, playing jokes on, or hurting the students.
Asking the student to do or perform something against their willingness.


Ragging within or outside the institution is prohibited.


Whoever directly or indirectly commits, participates in, abets or propages " ragging" with in or outside any educational institution, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years and shall also be liable to a fine which may extend to ten thousand rupees.


Any student conviced of an offence under the above section shall also be dismissed form the educational institution and such student shall not be admitted in any other educational institution.


Without prejudice to the foregoing provisions, when every any student complains of ragging to the Head of the educational institution, or to any other person responsible for the management of the educational institution, such head of the educational institution shall inquire into the same immediately and if found true shall suspend the student, who has committed the offence, from the educational institution.

The decision of the Head of the Educational institution or the person responsible for the management of the educational institution that any student has indulged in ragging under subsection (1) shall be final.