Rule 1: Struck off on Account of Absenteeism
A student who remains absent for more than six consecutive days without any written application shall be struck off the college roll.
Rule 2: Re- Admission
A student whose admission is canceled under rules 8 (ii, v) or whose name is struck off on the basis of long absence under rule 9 can apply for re-admission to the Principal within 15 days of the issue of such notification. The Principal may allow his re-admission on payment of the Re-admission fee / Admission Fee and any other outstanding dues.
Re-admission for the second time in a current academic session shall not be generally allowed. However, genuine and deserving cases may be submitted to the Director Higher Education on the basis of valid documentary proof with the condition that the applicant can make up for his shortages and can fulfill the requirement of 75% attendance during the remaining period of the session. Such students shall pay all the Government fees and Pupils Fund except security and BISE / University charges.
Rule 3: Change of Subject
Change of faculty is not allowed. However, change of subject is allowed subject to the following conditions:
- The student must apply for a change of subject within 21 days of the start of the classes at each level of studies.
- Change of subject is allowed only within a faculty or group of subjects
Rule 4: Migration
Migration to or from a college may be allowed by the Principals of both the colleges subject to the conditions:
- That the applicant is seeking migration from a college situated beyond 16-kilometer college to which he/she wants to migrate
- That the request is based on genuine grounds like parents/spouse transfer, family shifting, family enmity or marriage duly supported by documentary proof
- Marks obtained by the candidates in the last examination passed are not less than the minimum marks obtained by a regular student of that class.
- The migration is within the prescribed time period of the concerned Education Board / University. Students are required to observe and maintain a reasonable standard of conduct. Any act of misconduct committed by a student inside or outside the campus shall mean the violation of the college discipline resulting in penalties of different intensities including expulsion, rustication or struck-off from the college. Committing any or more of the following will be considered as misconduct and violation of college discipline:
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- Disruption of, or improper interference with, the academic, administrative, sporting, social or other activities of the college including any attempt to prevent any staff member, student or visitor of the college from carrying on his or her work;
- Violent, indecent, disorderly, threatening, defamatory or offensive behaviour or language and use of abusive and derogatory slogans or intimidatory language whilst on college premises or elsewhere;
- Any form of harassment of any student or other employee of the college or visitor to the college whether in person, in writing, by email, via the internet or otherwise, whilst on college premises or whilst engaged in any college activity;
- Fraud, deceit, deception, dishonesty or forgery, tampering with or misuse of the college documents or records, identification cards, etc;
- Furnishing false certificate or false information to any office under the control and jurisdiction of the college;
- Action which causes or is likely to cause injury or impair safety on college premises;
- Misuse or unauthorised use of college premises or items of property or damage to, or defacement of college or associated property or the property of other members of the college community caused intentionally or recklessly or by negligence, and misappropriation of such property;
- Engaging in any attempt at wrongful confinement of teachers, offices, employees and students of the college or camping inside
- Breach of the provisions of the Policies, Codes, Rules and Regulations of the college;
- Smoking, consuming or possessing alcoholic drinks, dangerous drugs or other intoxicants in the college premises;
- Indulging in acts of gambling in the college premises;
- Possessing or using any weapons such as knives, laties, iron chains, iron rods, sticks, explosives and fire arms of any kind in the college premises;
- Unauthorised audio/video recording/ photography of a learning or other activity;
- An act of ragging which includes the action of teasing, playing a practical joke upon someone, display of noisy, disorderly conduct, teasing by rough or rude treatment or handling, including such activities which causes or likely to cause annoyance, undue hardship, physical or psychological harm or raising apprehension or fear in a fresher or asking the students to do any act or perform something which cause him shame or embarrassment or danger to his/her life;
- Conduct which constitutes a criminal offence (including conviction for an offence) where that conduct: (a) took place on college premises, or (b) affected or concerned other members of the college community, or (c) damaged the good name of the college, or (d) itself constitutes misconduct within the terms of this Code;
- Any act of moral turpitude;
- Failure to disclose name and/or other relevant details to an officer or employee of the college in circumstances when it is reasonable to require that such information be given;
- Failure to comply with a previously-imposed warning under this Code or any other Policies, Codes, Rules and Regulations of the college;
- The deliberate false activation of a fire alarm or fire extinguisher;
- Unauthorised occupation of hostel, rooms or unauthorised acquisition or use of college furniture in one’s hostel room or elsewhere;
- Causing or colluding in the unauthorized entry of any person into the campus or in the unauthorized occupation of any portion of college premises, including hostels by any person;
- Arousing communal, caste or regional feelings or creating disharmony among students or college staff;
- Tearing of pages, defacing, burning and destroying of books of the college library;
- Any offence under law;
- Using or committing an attempt for using unfair means in class test and home examination;
- Pasting of posters or distributing pamphlets, handbills etc. of an objectionable nature or writing on walls and disfiguring buildings;
- Disobeying teachers or college administration;
- Neglects his academic work or other assignments and without any reason absents himself from the class;
- Does not clear his college dues in time;
- Indulges in politics;
- Any other act which may be considered by the Principal or the college Discipline Committee to be an act of violation of discipline.
Any matter not covered by this policy shall be referred to: The Director Higher Education, in writing, whose decision in the matter shall be final.