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  • RULES AND REGULATION

    ATTENDANCE - UNIVERSITY RULES

    The Maximum number of possible working days have been fixed as 90 days / 450 hours for the University semester examinations.


    Students who attend the classes for 68 days and above will be permitted to appear for the University examinations without any perconditions


    Students who attend the class for 67 days and less but 59 days and above will be permitted to apply for exemption in the Prescribed form to the University paying Rs.300/- with the specific remarks of the Principal for condonation of attendance.


    Those who attend the classes for 58 days and less but 45 days and above cannot appear for the Univeristy examination and they can appear for the next examination for which special permission must be obtained from the University on Payment of Rs.500/- and they must make up for the shortage of attendance in excess of 35% in the next semester as per rule


    Those students who put in 44 days and less should repeat the whole semester.


    Any student, if found absent, continuously for ten days, his name will be removed from the roll.

    Admission and Withdrawal

    1.The upper age limit for admission to UG courses will be 21 year, as on 1st july of the year of admission.

    2.Admission will not be made after 31st July.

    3.All applications will be registered as soon as they are received. Future correspondence regarding the application will be entertained only if the application number is quoted.

    4.Interview card will be sent to the applicants who are provisionally selected; they will have to appear with parents or guardian before the Principal on the date and time specified in the interview card.

    5.Attested copies of the following certificates should be submitted at the time of admission.

    a)Higher Secondary Certificate
    b)Transfer Certificate (from the Institution of Previous study)
    c)Conduct Certificate (from the Head of the Institution of previous study)

    6.Parents and Guardians of applicants, their friends or relatives, or the applicants themselves are specially requested not embarrass the Principal or the Management by seeking interview to recommend the applicant for admission.

    7.Selected candidates should pay the fees soon after the interview, Unless they should lose the seats.

    8.Fees once paid will not be refunded under any cricumstances.

    9.Students who are found to have obtained admission by false representation will be summarily dismissed with forfeiture of whatever fees they may have paid.

    10.If a student wants to leave the Colleges, he will be given the Transfer Certificate on request.

    COMMON REGULATION FOR M.A.,M.Sc.,M.Com.,DEGREE COURSES UNDER CBCS SYSTEM

    1.A Semester is a period of 90 working days from the first week of July to the end of October and from the first week of December the end of March. The actual date of reopening of college, mid-semester holiday and the last working day of semester maybe fixed by the colleges themselves according to their convenience.

    2.Evaluations of candidates shall be both External to the Internal assessment.The ratio of the External to the Internal assessment shall be 75:25 for theory papers and 60:40 for pratical work.

    3.The Examiniation shall be conducated by the University at the end of each semester.

    4.The question papers for the written tests(both internal and external) should contain not only knowledge type information based questions but also questions analysis on comprehensions, applications analysis and other higher objective.Questions shuld consists objective type, story answers and usual essay type questions. While there will be on choice offered for the objective type questions. Only internal choice will be offered for the other type of question.

    5.Minimum marks for a pass:
    A Candidate who joins the post graduate course in 1977 - 78 and afterwards shall be declared to have passed the theory pratical if he / she obtains not less than 45% of marks in each subjects in the external examination sparately and 50% of marks in the aggregate of both external examination and internal evaluation. There is no seperate minimum for internal evaluation.
    A Candidate who has obtained 50% marks and above in the aggregate of external examinaition and internal evaluation in each paper and in the aggregate of all papers but below 60% marks shall be declared to have passed examination in the II class and candidate who obtained 60% and above in the aggregate shall be awarded I Class. Candidate who have passed the examination in more than one sitting shall be awarded classes, but they are not eligible for ranking and award of prizes.

    6.A Candidate who has failed in a paper in a semester examination will be permitted to proceed to the next semester.

    7.If a candidate fails in a theory paper or pratical examination he shall be required to reappear only for that paper or pratical examination. The internal assessment marks already obtained by him, shall be carried over.

    8.There is no restriction on the number of years within which the candiate has to completed postgraduate degree course.

    9.Internal Assessment :
    The details of marks for Semseter, Assignment, Test can be had from the Debts concerned.

       a)Internal Assessment for each paper shall be based on the following:
    Written tests, home assignments, Seminars and field work.
      The 25 marks of the internal assessment shall be divided among the units as follows:
        i) Written test 15 marks
        ii) Seminars 5 marks
        iii)Home assignment, field work etc. 5 marks
      b)The Consolidated marks for the entire semester should be send to the University before 25th October and 25th March.
      c)The Valued answer book of each student shall be returned to him within a week of test and the marks published on the notice board. The teacher shall aslo discuss the answers to questions in the class and supply correct answers. The papers shall be available for review by the University if necessary.
      d) If a student is nor satisfied with the valuation of the papers, he may request the teacher within two days for revaluation of the answer book.
      e)In case of dispute, the student may appeal to the Head of Department and such appeal shall be referred to the Department Review Cell consisting of Head of Department, senior member of Department and the teacher involved.
      f) In addtion to Review Cell in each Department there shall be a college semester committee.
      g)The Semester committee of University shall look into all the internal assessment and the evaluation procedures of the college and departments of the university.

    10. The marks obtained by the candidates in the internal and external evaluation shall be shown seperately on the marks statement issued by the University along with the name of the college / department

    GENERAL CONDUCT OF STUDENTS

    1. Students shall wear clean and decent dress. They should avoid wearing kaili in the campus.

    2. Every student shall greet the member or the teaching staff when meeting first in the day.

    3. When a staff member enters the class, the student shall rise and remain standing till they are desired by him to sit or till they are desired by him to sit or till he has taken his seat.

    4. No student shall leave the class room without the permission of the teacher.

    5. Student shall not loiter in the verandas during class hours. While moving from one class to another they shall move silently and in an orderly manner.

    6. Students are expected to read the notice written or pasted in the College Notice Board. Ignorance of any notice published will not be accepted as an excuse for failing to comply with the directions contained in it.

    7. No student shall organize or attend any meeting in the college or collect money for any purpose without the previous permission of the principal.

    8. No student shall be a member of any association unconnected with the college or take part in any antisocial and subversive activity.

    9. Smoking, disfiguring the walls and damaging the furniture and committing nuisance anywhere within the college campus are strictly forbidden.

    10. No notice of any kind shall be circulated among students or pasted on notice board without the previous written permission of the Principal.

    11. The attention of students is drawn to the following disciplinary regulations for the college issued by the Government for information and strict compliance.    a) Students of colleges should abstain from active participation in party, or communal politics.    b) Principal or other constituted college or hostel authorities may frame and issue from time to time disciplinary of a permanent or temporary nature regulating the conduct outside the college or hostel premises for as such rolls so for as such rules seem necessary to maintain the credit of usefulness and of the college or hostel.   c) Principal or other constituted college or hostel authorities shall have full power to inflict the following punishment on the students of the institutions concerned : Fine, loss of attendance, loss of term certificate, suspension or expulsion.

    12) With regard to all matters of conduct in and out of the college not specially mentioned herein, students are expected to behave themselves in such a way as maintain the credit and reputation of the college as well as their own.


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