Code of Conduct

Any student,

Attendance And Leave Regulations

Students are expected to attend all classes without fail. If for unavoidable reasons, leave for absence is required, permission from the competent authority should be taken as given below:

Ordinary Leave

Application for ordinary leave should be submitted along with leave diary to the Class Advisor concerned, who is competent to sanction leave to a maximum of 3 days at a time. For periods beyond three days at a time, the Heads of Departments will be the sanctioning authority. Applications for ordinary leave will be considered under any circumstances if submitted not later than three days from the date of return from leave.

Medical Leave

Students can apply to the Head of the Department, through the Class Advisor, for leave on medical grounds, with relevant certificates within three working days after returning to the college, if the absence is not exceeding one week. If it exceeds one week student/parent must inform the concerned Class Advisor/ Head of the Department regarding the leave and shall submits the relevant document on return to the college. The students should keep the medical leave application duly sanctioned along with the leave diary. In the event of a student falling shortage of attendance at the end of semester, condonation will be recommended only if they produce record to prove that the medical leave had been applied for and granted in time.

Duty Leave

Students are eligible for duty leave for representing the college in activities like sports, games, arts etc and to participate in the college union and department association activities. Duty leave can be recommended only by the faculty members who are authorized to do so. Duty leave should be submitted to the designated authority (Advisor/HOD), preferably before the duty is performed or soon after returning from the duty, but not later than three working days. After the duty leave has been sanctioned, the students must meet the respective staff members from whose classes they were absent and request them to mark the duty leave granted in their attendance register. The maximum limit of duty leave, which can be granted to a student during a semester, is 10% of the number of working days in that semester. However, in exceptional cases 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 permitted for the university examinations.


Organizational politics in any form is banned on the campus subject to the orders of the Honourable High Court and the University guidelines. Similarly, the following are also banned inside the campus.