Rules & Regulation
Student once admitted will have to observe the institutional discipline in letter and spirit.
Regular and punctual attendance in all class activities like: lectures, demonstrations, practical, clinical teachings, tutorial tests etc. as well as in all activities like: clinical meetings, conferences, guest lectures, seminars as well as sports cultural activities etc. are compulsory. No Student shall be allowed to appear in the annual examination of the concerned subjects if her attendance falls short of 75% of the total theory.
- Appearing of student in all regular examination is compulsory. Students, whose conduct and academic standard are not considered satisfactory, shall not be allowed to appear in the board examination.
- Leave application for exemption from attending any class with valid reason shall be submitted to the concerned class teacher / Principal.
- Mass representations of any kind including strikes, raising slogans, pasting posters etc. will attract the strictest disciplinary action.
- Students should participate and take initiative for leadership in professional and social activities.
- No students are allowed to appear in any other exam. During the year of training.
- Pasting of poster/ notices within the institution without prior permission from the office of the principal is not allowed. Students are forbidden to communicate with any outside authority directly. All such communications must be submitted through the principal who will forward these if considered desirable. Students breaking the rules will be suspended.
- All powers relating to discipline and disciplinary action are vested with the principal.
- Without prejudice to the generality of power to enforce discipline under the ordinance, the following shall amount to act of gross indiscipline: –
Physical assault, threat or use of physical force against any member of the teaching & non-teaching staff of institution and against any student.
Possession of fire arms any lethal weapon, liquor/drug.
Any violation of the provisions of civil rights protection act 1976.