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Rules and Regulations

General Rules
• Exchange of greetings with the members of staff in the College and Hostel by saying 'Good Morning' is highly recommended.

• Students are expected to use only courteous and polite language and behave with decorum when talking to the faculty members and the staff of the college and Hostel.

• Students shall avoid using any insulting, inciting, threatening language when talking with fellow students and should totally avoid violence.

• Students shall not talk or act in any manner outside the institution in a way that would bring disrepute to the institution.

• Students shall come clean, tidy and smartly dressed.

• They shall be regular and punctual in attending classes and all activities connected with the College.

• Gathering in groups at roads, entrance, exit, pathways, gardens, etc., is strictly prohibited.

• On entering the class, they shall observe strict silence, irrespective of the presence or absence of the teacher.

• They shall get up quietly as the teacher enters the class and keep standing till the later sits or asks them to be seated.

• No student is permitted to leave the classroom during class hours.

• Students should not leave the class or attend it late under the pretext of paying fees or taking books from libraries. Time fixed for such purposes during working hours must be strictly followed.

• Students are expected to read notices/circulars displayed on the College Notice Board. Ignorance of not reading any notice/circular thus displayed shall not be accepted as an excuse failing to comply with the directions contained in it.

• All vehicles should be parked in the allotted place. Vehicles found parked in unauthorized places shall be impounded.

• While attending College functions, the students will conduct themselves in such a way as to bring credit to themselves and to the institution.

• Students will promptly stand to solemn attention when prayer or National Anthem is being played in the function.

• Spitting, smoking and throwing bits of paper inside the college campus are harmful and must be avoided.

• Students are forbidden from entering the college office and the staff rooms during unspecified hours.

• Students are prohibited from damaging the building or furniture in any way. The cost of any damage so caused will be recovered from the students collectivity if the responsibility for it cannot be fixed on any individual or group of individuals.

• Representation of complaints and grievances may be made individually to the Principal through the Head of the Department.

• Students are strictly forbidden from engaging themselves in any political or other movement.

• No meeting of any kind shall be held in the college premises without the written permission of the Principal.

• No Notice of any kind shall be circulated among students or displayed on black boards or on notice board without the written permission of the Principal. No information or report should be sent to press or board casting agencies without the permission and approval of the Principal.

• The Principal will deal with students who play a leading part by organising or otherwise assisting activity in strikes.

• The Principal's decision shall be the final in all matters of punishment of the students for violation of any of the rules and regulations of the college.

• If a student leaves the College after two months from the date of commencement of the classes, he/she shall have no right to claim remission of any portion of the term fees.

• Help to maintain the beauty, serenity and greenery of the campus.

• Avail the dust bin facility.

• Pasting of wall posters, writing on walls and roads are prohibited.

• Although the University prescribes a minimum of 75% of attendance, the college insists on regular attendance in all classes. (minimum 90%)

• Identity Card : Each student of this College must possess an Identity Card with his/her photograph affixed on it, duly attested by the Principal. They are advised to wear the ID card inside the college campus and use them for the following purposes:

• Students can borrow a maximum, five books using bar code printed on the ID cards.

• To get concession tickets to travel by Bus, Rail or Air.

• For Postal and Bank identity.

• As a identification Certificate when appearing for Government of University Examinations.

• For the receipt of payment of scholarships etc., at the College cash counter.

• As a general identity card.

• Students should get their identity cards from the Head of the Department Concerned.
Laboratories Rules and Regulations
• Uniform : In all Workshops & Machines Laboratories:

• For Girls: Military Green overcoat and leather shoes.

• For Boys: Military Green pant with Military Green shirt and leather shoes.

• Computer lab & Other laboratories (for both UG & PG students)

• For Girls: White Long overcoat and leather shoes.

• For Boys: Military Green pant with White shirt and leather shoes.

• The student should come with observations, calculators and other accessories.

• The Student should be in the Lab on Time.

• The lab equipment's should be collected from the stores on requisition.

• Taking leave on lab days should be avoided.

• Lab equipments should be carefully handled.

• Breakage will be charged from the individual concerned.

• Discipline in the Lab is a must.
Library Rules
• Absolute silence should be maintained in and around the library. Loud consultations, noisy conversations etc. are strictly prohibited.

• The library will remain opened between 9.15 a.m and 6.30 p.m

• Students should produce their college ID card while entering the library and they should enter their names in the gate register.

• Students can borrow maximum six books using bar code printed on the ID card.

• Books should be returned on or before the last date marked on the date label. Otherwise fine will be collected from the students.

• If books are not returned to the library on or before the due date, a fine amount of Rs.100/- shall be levied otherwise membership will be cancelled.

• Borrowers are responsible for loss or damage to the books so borrowed. The date slip (on page two of the cover of each book and any other label should not be tampered with. Serious action shall be taken on any violation of this rule. Every book shall be examined as soon as it is returned, and if pages are found missing or if any book is found to be marked soiled or damaged, the borrower shall be required to replace the book with a new copy or pay double the cost of the book.

• Journals shall not be issued for reference outside the library

• Reference books and bound copies of University Examinations question papers shall not be lent to be taken home.

• Non-adherence to any of the rules or any other malpractice by any member shall involve withdrawal of Library facilities in accordance with the instructions of the Principal.
Hostel Rules
• Hostellers shall enter the hostel before 7.00 p.m every day.

• Students should not stay in the hostel without permission from the Principal during college working hours.

• Use of any extra electrical appliances other than the lights and fans provided by the hostel is strictly prohibited.

• Study hour is from 8.00 p.m to 9.30 p.m every day. Absolute silence should be maintained during the study hour. Hostellers shall remain in their rooms and study their subjects during the study hours.

• Visitors are allowed to visit the hostellers only on producing the visitor pass. The visiting time for visitors is limited from 8.00 a.m to 6.30 p.m on holidays only.

• Mess bill will be calculated on dividing system. If a student is absent for three days, mess bill for two days will be deducted from the total amount.

• Cause of any damage to the property of the hostel will lead to suspension / dismissal from the college.

• Use of crackers, shouting & disturbing others, smoking in and around the campus is strictly prohibited and defaulters are punished severely. 
Ragging - An Offence
• Ragging in any form, in any place or time is a cognizable offence that will attract severe punishment including summary expulsion from the college/institution/university.

• Extract of Tamil Nadu Govt. Gazette – Extra ordinary dt. 29.1.97 (Bill No. 8 of 1997 Tamil Nadu Prohibition of Ragging Act)

• In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires "Ragging" means display of noisy, disorderly conduct, doing any act 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 includes:-

• Teasing, abusing or playing practical jokes on, or causing hurt to such student; or

• Asking the student to do any act or perform something which such student will not, in the ordinary course, willingly act or perform.

• Ragging within or outside any educational institution is prohibited.

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

• Any student convicted of an offence under section 4 shall also be dismissed from the educational institution and such student shall not be admitted in any other educational institution.

• Without prejudice to the foregoing provisions, whenever any student complains of ragging to the head of an educational institution, or to any other person responsible for the management of the educational institution, such Head of the Educational institution or person responsible for the management 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.
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