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Aims at acquiring self control, realization of acceptable limit and there by learning where to stop in one’s own emotional outcomes.
The students and staff are expected to be well disciplined. They should uphold the integrity of the Nation and have a gentlemanly behaviour suitable for Technical Institution of Higher learning.
The Kerala Prohibition of Ragging Act 1988 is in force and those found guilty of ragging will be liable to be punished with imprisonment up to 2 years along with fine. An anti – ragging Committee is on the vigil in the campus. The students / parents can report incidents of ragging to any member of the college staff.
Use of mobile phones is restricted in the campus. Students are not allowed to use the mobile phones in the campus during working hours. Those who violate this will have their phones confiscated and have to pay a fine of Rs.500/ – for the offence.
Regular Classes : 9.00 am – 4.20 pm
(Lunch break: 12.50 pm to 1.40 pm)
Office : 9 .00 am – 5 pm
(Lunch break: 1.30 pm to 2.00 pm)
Library : 8.00 am to 7.00 pm
Computer Centre : 9.00 am to 6.00 pm
Language lab : 9.00 am to 6.00 pm
College Stores : 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
Pants (Dark Blue) and Shirt (Light Blue).
Students have to come in proper uniform as follows:
Students are expected to attend all classes without fail. If for unavoidable reasons, leave of absence is required, permission from competent authority should be sought as detailed below.
Applications for ordinary leave should be submitted to the Group Advisor concerned who is competent to sanction leave up to maximum of 3 days at a time. For periods beyond 3 days, the Heads of departments or Principal will be the sanctioning authority. Application for ordinary leave will not be considered under any circumstances if submitted 7 days after the date of return from leave.
Students may apply to the Head of Department / Principal through the group advisor for leave on medical grounds, within 7 working days after returning from leave. A medical certificate should invariably be attached with the application. The students should keep records of medical leave sanctioned. In the event of a student failing short of attendance at the end of a semester, condonation of shortage of attendance will be recommended if he produces records to show that leave has been applied for and granted in time. Students are eligible for duty leave if they perform a certain kind of duty for the college. Duty leave can be recommended by faculty members who are authorized to do so. Duty leave application should be submitted to the Head of the Department / Principal before attending the duties to be performed. The records of duty leave sanctioned should be shown to the respective staff members and entered in the attendance register. This must be done before the end of the semester. The group advisor concerned also must be informed about the duty leave granted before the end of the semester.
The duty leave is limited to a maximum of 10% of the number of working days in a semester. However, in exceptional cases (for e.g. representing the University or State in Athletic events etc.), prior permission of the Principal should be obtained to get duty leave in excess of 10%. Students who do not satisfy the attendance requirements as per University regulations will not be presented for the University Examination (Minimum 80%). For full share of sessional marks 90 % attendance is necessary