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Code of Conduct for Students

1. Classes will commence at 9.00 am and will go on upto 2.50 pm with a lunch break between 12.35 pm – 1.15pm. Students must be punctual to the classes. They are not allowed to abstain from classes without prior permission and valid reason.

2. Students must abide by the rules and regulations of the college and maintain strict discipline in the campus.

3. Students shall be regular and punctual not only in attending classes but also in participating in all extracurricular and co-curricular activities of the college.

4. Usage of mobile phones is strictly prohibited inside the college campus.

5. Students shall occupy their seats, in their respective classes before the first bell / siren.

6. No outsider shall be permitted to call on the students without written permission from the Head of the Department or the Principal.

7. Students are strictly prohibited from damaging the college property or defacing the walls / floors of the buildings.

8. Both girls and boys are expected to come decently dressed to the college.

9. Students must compulsorily secure 75% of attendance, failing which they will not be allowed to appear for the End Assessment Examination.

10. Students should not be absent for Continuous Internal Assessment Tests.

11. Students must obtain prior permission before availing leave. Medical Certificate must be produced along with leave letter in the event of sickness.

12. Permission to leave College Premises during working hours can be granted only by the Principal or by the concerned HoD, with a letter of requisition from the student.

13. Statement of attendance shall be displayed on the college notice board every month and the same will be communicated to the parents.

14. Students who are unable to attend class, when they represent the college outside, must submit the attendance exemption form, signed by the staff concerned and the Head of the Department.

15. Students are expected to read the notices put up on the college notice boards or circulated through whatsApp. Ignorance of any notice thus displayed will not be accepted as an excuse for failing to comply with the instructions contained therein.

16. Students should not loiter in the veranda, sit on the parapet walls or staircases.

17. Students should regularly wear their “Identity Cards” duly signed by the Principal. The cards will be issued to them immediately after admission to the college.

18. No notice / bills of any kind shall be distributed among the students or pasted on the notice board without the prior written permission of the Principal.

19. Eligible students may avail Government Scholarship by submitting the prescribed applications to the concerned Departments through the College.

20. Ragging, smoking or indecent behavior of any kind are strictly prohibited and are punishable.

21. The Principal shall at his / her discretion penalize, suspend or dismiss any misbehaving student.

22. Students of the college are bound to obey the rules and promote the corporate life in the campus.

23. Tamilnadu prohibition of Ragging Act 1997 As per section 4 of Tamilnadu prohibition of Ragging Act 1997, any student found directly or indirectly committing or participating in ragging or abetting or propagating for ragging inside or outside college shall be liable for the following punishments. Also UGC has notified 3rd amendment in UGC regulations on 29th June,2016 to expand the definition of ragging by including the following


“ Any act of physical or mental abuse (including bullying and exclusion) targeted at another student(fresher’s or otherwise) on the ground of color, race, religion, caste, ethnicity, gender(including transgender), sexual orientation, appearance, nationality, regional origins, linguistic identity, place of birth, place of residence, economic background



Punishment for Ragging

• Imprisonment for two years.

• A fine of Rs. 10,000/- .

• Dismissal from the institution and shall not be admitted in any other educational institution.

• Police complaint shall be lodged.


Code of Conduct for Hostel Students

1 .Room once allotted for the academic year is not interchangeable without the permission of the warden.

2. All inmates should return to hostel premises before Roll call. Roll call will be taken at 7.00p.m every day.

3. Everyday 8:45 p.m to 10:30 p.m will be study hours (Switch Off mobiles).From 9:00 p.m to 5:00 a.m will be silence hours on all days. During silence hours students are strictly instructed to be in the allotted rooms. Group study and any other combined work is not permitted during this period.

4. No person or student other than the boarded should be found in the hostel. If any unauthorized person is found in the hostel, action will be taken against the boarded in whose room the person is found and he will be expelled from the hostel.

5. Smoking, consuming any intoxicant, playing cards and conducting birthday parties is strictly prohibited inside the college campus and in hostel. If any student found involving in any of the above abnormal activities, he will be dismissed from the hostel immediately without any enquiry.

6. The inmates should not remain in the hostel during the college working hours, except with the permission of the warden.

7. Students should not arrange any function or meeting within the hostel or outside or within the college campus without prior permission of the Principal and Warden.

8. Abnormal activities or any nature-causing disturbance to neighbors should not be carried out in the rooms.

9. If any student is suspended or under enquiry for any disciplinary action initiated, he should vacate the hostel immediately.

10. Students should treat the hostel staffs and workers with respect..No servants shall be abused or insulted. No special service demand will be entertained.

11. Students shall not use electrical appliances like electric iron box, electric immersion heaters, radio etc., Students are allowed to use laptops for academic purpose only. Things that disturb other students such as speakers, webcams are not allowed inside the hostel. However, first year students are not allowed to have laptop facility in the hostel.

12. No hostel student should stay away from the hostel on any day without prior permission from the warden.

13. Mess bills should be paid within ten days from the date of bill, failing which students have to pay a fine of Rs.5/- per day .In case of DD payment, the DD may be drawn in favor of “Kovai Kalaimagal Hostel” payable at Coimbatore.

14. The college reserves the right to ask any student to vacate the hostel in case of any disciplinary issues.

15. No deduction in the mess bill will be given for absence in the mess. However, the reduction is allowed only, when the student goes on leave for a minimum period of 3 days. For reduction in mess bill, students have to get the approval from the warden at least one day in advance, failing which mess reduction will not be considered.

16. Students are requested to extend their full cooperation and maintain a high standard of discipline with the college campus and hostel.

17."Ragging” means display of noisy, disorderly conduct, doing any act which causes or is likely to cause physical or psychological harm or rise apprehension or fear or shame or embarrassment to a student in any education institution and includes teasing, abusing, playing practical jokes on, or causing hurt to such students or asking the student to do any act or perform something which such student will not in ordinary course, willingly do. Student involved in ragging or severely punished as per the Tamil Nadu Prohibition of Ragging Act 1997.

18.UGC has notified 3rd amendment in UGC regulations on 29th June,2016 to expand the definition of ragging by including the following

19. Hostellers should not keep 2 wheelers in the hostel.

20. Students are informed to strictly adhere to the following timing:



Mess Timings Out Pass Timings Study Hours
Morning – 7.40 am to 8.40 am 7.00 am to 8.00 am on Working Days and 6.00 am to 10.00 am on Holidays
Afternoon – 12.35 pm to 1.15 pm
Night – 7.30 pm to 8.30 pm 5.00 pm to 6.00 pm on working days. 9.00 pm to 10.00 pm

Code of Conduct for End Assessment Examination - EAE

INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CANDIDATE APPLYING FOR END ASSESSMENT EXAMINATIONS

• Regular candidate shall send their applications with the prescribed fee through the Head of the Department and the Principal.

• Before submitting the application, the candidate is advised to satisfy his/herself that they fulfill the eligibility conditions laid down by the College to appear for the End Assessment Examinations.

• If an application is not accompanied by the prescribed fee or incomplete in any respect, it will not be entertained.

• Detailed time table for the Semester Examinations will be put up in the College /Department notice board and will be available at the College / Department / Controller Section about 15 days prior to the commencement of the examination.

• Correction in application should be neatly HAND WRITTEN IN ENGLISH BLOCK LETTERS.

• The candidate should check all the entries given in the respective columns, make corrections (if needed) and enclose letter along with this application.

• The code numbers of his / her regular semester and arrear subjects are indicated in the respective semester columns. Candidate, who desires to appear for any of the arrear subjects, a tick mark (√ ) may be made against codes of the subjects for which he / she wishes to appear.

• If the code number of the subject offered is different from the one given, please circle it and ENTER THE RELEVENT CODE NUMBER.

• If the candidate desires to improve performance in any of the subject, if eligible, he / she should WRITE the relevant subject codes and name of the subjects. The list of subject codes may be obtained from the College Office.

• Private candidates should send their applications to the Controller of Examinations directly.


Attendance Requirements for the Students appearing for EAE

• The guidelines of attendance requirement issued by Bharathiar University are adopted by the College. Attendance shall be considered semester- wise (not annually).

• A candidate shall be permitted to appear for the End Assessment Examinations in any semester, if he/she secures not less than 75% of attendance in the total number of working days during the semester and if his/her progress has been satisfactory, and his/her conduct has been satisfactory.


If the absence of a student in a semester is above 22 1⁄2 days and upto 491⁄2 days:

• In case, a student has been absent for more than 311/2 days but less than or equal to 49 1⁄2 days in a semester, he/she will not be permitted to write the semester examination in regular papers. However, that student will be permitted to attend the next semester wherein he/she has to compensate the previous semester's lack of attendance (that is the number of days of absence during both the semesters should not exceed 45 days). In such a case the student will be permitted to write both semester examinations at the end of that semester.

• It is mandatory that each student should have 75% attendance to appear for the End Assessment Examinations.

• Those who have obtained below 75% and above 65% of attendance shall pay condonation fee and shall write the examination in the same semester with due permission from the Principal. However principal reserves the right to condone the attendance.

• Those who have below 65% and above 55% of attendance shall pay condonation fee and shall write the examination in the forth coming semester after compensating the loss of attendance.

• Those who have below 55% of attendance have to re-do the semester.


RULES & REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO COMPREHENSIVE PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS

• Candidates are expected to be in their allotted seats 10 minutes before the commencement of the examinations. No candidate will be permitted to enter the Hall after 30 minutes from the commencement of the examination.

• No candidate will be allowed to leave the examination Hall within one hour from the commencement of the examination.

• Candidates are prohibited from bringing / carrying into the examination Hall any book or portion of the book, manuscript or incriminating materials to the examination. Any communication with one another is subject to severe punishment.

• Candidates are not allowed to tear the sheets from the answer book. They are not allowed to take the answer scripts outside the Hall.

• Candidates involved in malpractice of any kind will be liable for disciplinary action.

• A candidate resorting to malpractice of any kind in the End Assessment Examinations will not be permitted to write any paper thereafter in that particular semester and in the following semester too. However, the candidate may register, attend classes and complete the Continuous Internal Assessment.

• Question paper for the Practical Examination will be set by only the Internal Examiner as per the pattern suggested by the concerned Board Of Studies.

• Candidates who could not attend the practical examinations as per the schedule on genuine grounds, will be permitted to take the same in the following batch / session, after obtaining permission from the Principal through the Head of the Department concerned.

• Candidates appearing for practical Examinations should submit their bonafide record notebooks prescribed for practical examination, otherwise they will not be permitted to appear for the practical examinations. However, in genuine cases when they are not able to submit their record note books they may be permitted to appear for the practical examinations, provided the concerned Staff- in charge /Head of the Department certifies that the candidate has satisfactorily completed the experiments prescribed for the course.

• For such candidates who do not submit record notebooks, Zero (0) mark will be awarded for record notebooks.

• For the candidates appearing for practical examinations as arrears and the marks awarded for the previous examination will be considered as the marks obtained for the record by the candidate.


RULES & REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO END ASSESSMENT EXAMINATIONS

• Every student shall register for the EAE of the relevant semester from which She / He has to obtain promotion to the next semester.

• Every student who is eligible to write the examination should submit his/ her application through the Principal / HoD before the last date mentioned.

• Candidate should ensure that they receive their Hall tickets at least two days prior to the examinations, provided they have adequate attendance and paid required examination and Tuition fee.

• They should bring their Hall tickets on all days of the examination failing which they will not be admitted to the examination Hall.

• Students will not be permitted to enter the examination Hall without their ID card.

• If the Hall ticket is lost, they should immediately submit an applicatio n for a duplicate Hall ticket to the COE through the Principal / HoD, as the case may be.

• The Candidates should enter the examination room at least 15 minutes before the commencement of examination. In exceptional cases, the Chief Superintendent can permit relaxation up to a maximum of 30 minutes for candidates to enter the examination Hall.

• Students should be seated in the examination Hall by 9.15 AM for the morning session and 1.15 PM for the afternoon session. Students shall not be permitted after 10.00 AM in the morning session and 2.00 PM in the afternoon session.

• Students are not allowed to stand or loiter around the examination Hall.

• Students should be in proper attire during the examinations.

• Any student found guilty of using unfair means of any nature shall be liable for disciplinary action.

• Candidates are permitted to use only blue or black ink pens for writing examinations. No other coloured ink pens are allowed for writing the exam.

• No materials except writing materials and Hall ticket shall be allowed in the examination room. Mobile phones, programmable calculators and other electronic gadgets are strictly prohibited in the examination room. Logarithm tables, calculators and other drawing equipment may be allowed only if they are required for answering questions and the question paper contains a note to this effect.

• Instances of malpractice such as copying using manuscripts, copying from other candidates, smuggling of answer books, indecent behavior in the examination room, use of unfair means etc., are liable to be punished as per College rules.

• The candidate should write their register numbers, name of examination etc., in the appropriate places in the answer books. Instructions given in the answer books and question paper should be strictly followed. They are not permitted to write any identification mark any where inside the answer paper. Also they are not permitted to write register number anywhere else other than the facing page of the main book.

• Candidates must ensure the correct question paper. The title of the paper should be checked. Students are advised to verify / check the question paper code, subject code, subject title and number of pages in the question paper and confirm whether they have been issued with the correct question paper. If there is any discrepancy, it should be brought to the notice of the Hall Superintendent / Invigilator immediately. Any lapse in this matter will lead to the cancellation of the concerned examination for him/her.

• They should not write anything on the question paper other than his/her name and register number.

• Strict silence should be maintained in the examination Hall. Candidates are not allowed to get clarification from other students. In case of any doubt, they can seek the help of the invigilator.

• They should return all answer books before leaving the room. Candidates are not permitted to leave the examination Hall without the permission of the invigilator during the course of the examination.

• Candidates are forbidden to ask questions of any kind during the examination.

• Superintendents are instructed to refuse to answer any inquiries whatsoever related to the question papers, such as explanation of meaning or correction of typographical errors.

• Answers should be written on both sides of the papers in the answer book. No sheets should be detached from the answer book.

• All rough work should be done either at the bottom of the page or last page of the answer book and the portion not intended for valuation should be struck off by drawing a single line across it.

• Read the instructions carefully before answering.

• Any query should be immediately brought to the attention of the invigilator.

• Candidates are obliged to follow instructions issued by the invigilator

• Announcements in the Examination Hall should be viewed seriously.

• Any requirements during the examination, should be brought to the attention of the invigilator.

• Candidates shall be permitted to leave the examination Hall only after his/her answer book is taken charge of by the invigilator. They should not be permitted to leave the Hall after keeping their answer books in their seats.

• Writing of the wrong register number in the answer script will entail rejection of the answer script.

• Students are advised to see the college Notice Board and Website for the time table/examination schedule or contact the CoE section for connected information.

• The students, not appearing for an examination, are advised not to stand/sit/crowd near the examination Halls / zone during the examination time, so as not to cause any disturbance to the students writing the examination.

• Circulars regarding the last date for applying for Revaluation and for obtaining Photo Copies of the answer scripts and for appearing for special supplementary examinations and the connected details of fees, mode of payment will be sent to the concerned departments and will also be displayed on the College Notice Board/Controller of Examinations Office Notice Board soon after the declaration of the results.


ALLOWING CANDIDATES SUFFERING FROM DISEASE

Candidates who are undoubtedly suffering from infectious diseases of any kind should not be admitted to the examination Hall.


Permitting the Candidates to write examination at their own risk

In case of those candidates, whose names have not been registered for a subject or subjects for which they have paid the examination fees, the Chief Superintendent may permit those candidates to write the examinations in subject or subjects after obtaining a written declaration that he / she is appearing for the examination at his / her own risk and the same may be reported at once to the Controller of Examinations. In case the claims of such candidates are not supported by evidences at the office of the Controller of Examination, answer scripts will not be valued and he / she will be liable for punishment. In such cases, the Chief Superintendent should ensure the availability of proper question papers for each day of examination.


Completion of Exam on time

Candidates are not allowed to write beyond the time prescribed for the concerned subject. However, the issue of question paper to the students if delayed for reasons beyond the control of the Hall Superintendents and Chief Superintendent, the examinees shall not be put into inconvenience and they be allowed to avail the time prescribed in the question paper concerned.


Warning Bell

Arrangements shall be made for the announcement of time and the College Bell be rung every half-an-hour. A Warning Bell be rung five minutes before the end of the examination to enable the examinees to complete their writing, arrange, tie up the answer books and hand over the same to the Hall superintendent.


Blind and Disabled Candidates desiring Scribe

For blind candidates or candidates who are not in a position to write the examination themselves due to temporary disability, may be provided for scribe after getting the prior approval of the Controller of Examination. The scribe should be a person who should not be well versed with the subject of the examinee. The scribe must be suggested by the Chief Superintendent. It is enough, if the scribe is a person who can just carry out what all the examinee dictates. He/she may be a non teaching staff of the college. For securing the service of a scribe the candidate must apply in writing to the Controller of Examinations through the Principal in advance. A fee of Rs 100/- will be collected for each subject. Scribe will be eligible for Rs 100/- per subject. The candidate and the scribe must be seated in a separate Hall and a superintendent be appointed to supervise them


EXCLUSION OF CANDIDATES FOR MISBEHAVIOR

Candidates appearing for an examination shall be under the disciplinary control of the Chief Superintendent, and shall obey his/her instructions. In the event of a candidate disobeying instructions of the Chief Superintendent or invigilator or behaving indifferently towards the Chief Superintendent or any invigilator, without prejudice to any other action that may be taken against him/her, the candidate may be disallowed from the day's examination and if S/He does not correct him/herself, S/He may be excluded from the rest of the examinations by the Chief Superintendent of the Centre. In all such cases, a full report of each case shall be sent to the CoE, through the Examination Vigilance Committee after granting an opportunity to present his/her case according to the gravity of the offence, ratify the action taken by the Chief Superintendent or further punish a candidate by cancelling the Examination taken by him either in whole or in part or debarring him from appearing for any Examination in the College for a specified period or permanently.