General Rules
Discipline of Students – General Provisions
  • Failure to abide by the College rules and regulations is liable to heavy fine or strict disciplinary action.
  • Students will conduct themselves within limits of decency in their interaction with teachers, prefects, senior students, peers and particularly juniors.
  • Senior students will not resort to unfair and indecent treatment of juniors, who will not be humiliated in any manner.
  • Corporal punishment is strictly prohibited.
  • Students will not involve themselves in discussion on divisive subjects such as politics, provincialism or regionalism, ethnicity, religion, personal family matters, etc.
  • Students are forbidden to keep knives, slings, knuckle dusters or any other sharp implement/ weapons with them. Such articles will be confiscated and a strict disciplinary action will be taken against the offender.
  • The students cannot leave the premises till the College is over. However, permission is granted by the principal in case of some emergency. Only the parents/authorized guardians can take them from the College.
  • No student is allowed to miss a class. Students will not roam unnecessarily around the campus away from their classrooms.
Dress & Deportment
  • The College is supposed to be a facility to instil best values of culture. The College uniform is required to be absolutely clean, well-pressed and properly worn by the students.
  • The faculty will keep a close eye on his students' overall disposition, their cleanliness, carriage, attitude, proper wearing of dress including hair, nails, body odour, etc. Popular fashions and fads have no place in the College and will be firmly resisted. This is essential not only for the reputation of the institution but also for cultivation of fundamental personal and civil attributes.
  • Leave is granted only on most genuine reasons.
  • No leave will be granted during the tests/exams.
  • An application signed by the parent /guardian should be sent in all cases of absence.
  • Parents are urged to ensure that their son returns within the period of granted leave.
  • Only as a very special case, medical leave (maximum 3 days) will be granted at a time on production of a valid medical document from a registered doctor of CMH or a Govt Hospital.
  • Leave on death will be allowed in cases of first-degree / close blood relative (parents/siblings) and real grandparents, uncles, aunts.
  • Students are granted a maximum of 3 days' leave for attending wedding of blood relatives, i.e. brother or sister only. Parents are, therefore, urged to arrange family functions etc. during vacation or long breaks.
  • Special leave during the term must be applied for in writing to the Principal well in advance.
Expulsion and Withdrawal
The following offences will render a student liable to withdrawal/expulsion from the College with or without warning, depending on the gravity of the offence:-
  • Poor academic performance:
    • Failure to come up to the desired standard of education.
    • Failing in three or more subjects in annual examination.
    • Failing in two successive terminal examinations.
  • Cheating in exams/tests or in any manner.
  • Breaking College bounds and indiscipline.
  • Repeated bunking or absenting oneself from classes or from any other College activity/ routine without proper permission or leaving College campus without permission.
  • Repeated or prolonged absence (without leave) from the College. 6 days of continuous absence without informing the College administration will mean automatic withdrawal/rustication. The Principal may allow a re-admission with full admission fee and payment of fine.
  • Being habitually untidy, unpunctual and neglectful of College instructions.
  • Persistent or compulsive lying
  • Committing theft
  • Grave immoral conduct, i.e. wilful attempt or actual conduct of unnatural kind (sodomy, etc.).
  • Physical violence or attempt thereof resulting in grievous injury or having the potential to cause harm.
  • Persistent bullying, fighting with fellow students or involving himself in loud altercation.
  • Instigating other students or acting as ringleader to violate and undermine College policies, rules or orders, wherein good order and discipline of the institution is threatened or compromised.
  • Any collective or group activity which is illegal and unauthorized and tends to undermine or compromise the good atmosphere of the College and state of its overall discipline.
  • Rudeness, insolence and disrespect towards teachers and other College staff by the student or his parents, guardians or relatives.
  • Possession of any obscene, immoral, lewd or pornographic material.
  • Possessing firearms, explosives, knives or any other lethal weapon or implement.
  • Repeated instances of smoking. Possession or use of drugs and intoxicants of any sort (including naswar, gutka, manpuri, etc).
  • Causing wilful damage to College property.
  • A student with highly infectious/contagious disease that can infect large number of other students.
  • Failure to pay fee within the time limit.
  • Three warnings can lead to a student's name being struck off the College rolls.
  • Any other dishonourable act below the established standards of conduct at the College.
  • Any offence deemed to be serious enough by the Principal.
  • Any immoral, undesirable or unbecoming conduct, while on leave.
  • While (being a day-time institution) the College disciplinary regime is limited to events/ incidents taking place within the College bounds during office hours, other incidents involving students or their families' conduct and character outside the College bounds that have a direct or indirect bearing on discipline or reputation of the institution will be dealt with by Discipline Action Committee under advice of the Principal. The disciplinary award, in such cases, would depend upon the severity of the incident. The Principal's decision, like in all other cases, would be final.