Rules & Regulations
  • Students are subject to rules of conduct and behaviour framed by the authorities of the College.
  • College working hours are: 9.00 am to 1.00 pm, 2.00 pm to 5 pm.
  • The College discourages use of soft drinks. Wholesome food and drinks are available in the College Canteen, Cafeteria and the Hostel.
  • Internal assessment is part of the evaluation. Please check the marks displayed on the notice board and bring any discrepancy to the notice of the Dean or HOD immediately. Change is not possible later.
  • The College siren is given 10 minutes prior to the start of the morning and evening sessions. When you hear the siren, please hasten towards your class room. Except under special conditions, late comers are not allowed to enter class without a note from the Principal. Without the lecturer's permission students are not permitted to leave class.
  • As per VTU regulations, 85% attendance is compulsory. Otherwise, students cannot appear for the University Examinations. Absence from class must be justified with the concerned Dean. Absence for more than three days for reasons of health requires a medical certificate. Producing a medical certificate however does not entitle a student to get attendance.
  • Participation in co-curricular or extra-curricular activities inside or outside the campus is not counted as absence from class. Attendance will be counted only when a copy of the participation certificate or a note from the concerned teacher is produced immediately before the Dean (Academics) or an Officer authorised by him.
  • It is necessary to score a minimum of 40% to pass in any subject in the semester examination.
  • Three internal examinations are conducted for BE, MBA and marks of the best two are considered for internal assessment. Two internal examinations are conducted for MCA. Absence in two such tests, even with medical certificate, cannot entitle a student to double marks in the one test answered by them.
  • The college takes note of serious misbehaviour, insubordination, habitual tardiness, irregular work habits or obscenity which are punishable by fine, suspension or dismissal. The College is declared an alcohol-smoke-drug-free area and offenders face dismissal.
  • Misbehaviour outside the College, besides affecting the reputation of the College, has an impact on the students community. The College reserves the right to take such action and make such rules are necessary in the interest of the general student community to deal with such misbehaviour.
  • The students are required to wear college Identity Card on all college working days. Failure to wear the college identity card will be treated as misconduct and such students will be barred from entering the campus and class room.
  • Use of mobile phones is forbidden inside the academic blocks. The College has provided safe-lockers in different department for the convenience of the students. Students have to provide their own locks and the management is not responsible for their safety. Come sufficiently early to College so that you do not go late to class on account of it.
  • The management is not responsible for the safety of valuables of students.
  • The students are warned they must follow all the safety regulations while conducting practicals in the laboratories and the management is not responsible for any physical damage or mishap that might occur out of students negligence.
  • The marks card of the first internal test during the First Semester is given personally by the Dean to the parent/guardian within three weeks of the test. Marks cards of the other tests are sent by post. P arents/guardians are requested to carefully go through the marks and take steps to improve performance whenever necessary.
  • First and Second Year BE students are required to dress in the uniform stipulated by the College. MBA and MCA students are required to wear uniform on designated days. All students' are expected to be dressed neatly and decently. They are not expected to wear T-shirts and jeans in the campus.
  • Every student is expected to display the identity card on his person for easy identification.
  • Students vehicles may be parked and locked in the allotted place only. However, the College is not responsible for their safety.
  • During the mid-session break of 20 minutes between 10.50 am and 11.30 am, students are not allowed to leave the campus without written permission from the Principal.
  • Students who do not live with their parents or in the College Hostel are required to inform the Principal about the details of their place of residence.
  • No student is permitted to take part in agitations directed against the lawful authority of the Government. Membership of clubs or associations outside the campus and participation in public movements is undesirable. Students are not allowed to collect donation from the public for any purpose.
  • Use of cell phones in the campus is banned by the VTU. Mere possession of a cell phone during university examinations may result in losing the exam.
  • College fees are to be paid within two weeks of the reopening of semester classes. A late fee of Rs.500 is payable after that. If fees are not paid within four weeks after reopening, the name of the student will be struck from the rolls. Tuition and other fees once paid cannot be refunded. However, refund of deposit may be claimed.
  • Change of permanent address must be notified to the College office.
  • Those who wish to leave College for any reason will be given a TC only on payment of all fees payable for the remaining semesters and clearing any other dues. Such students have to return any scholarship, stipend or financial assistance given.


Every student appearing for the Internal External/University Examination is liable to be charged with committing malpractice(s), if he/she is observed as committing any one or more of the following acts:

  1. Misbehavior with officials or any other kind of rude behavior in or near the Examination Hall and using obscene or abusing language.
  2. Writing on the Question Paper and/or passing on the same to other student(s) in the Examination Hall.
  3. Possession of electronic gadgets like mobile phones, programmable calculator, pen-drive or such other /storage devices in the Examination Hall.
  4. Communicating with any other student(s) or any other person(s) inside or outside the Examination Hall with a view to take assistance or aid to write answers in the examination.
  5. Copying from the material or matter or answer(s) of another student or from similar aid or assistance rendered by another student within the Examination Hall.
  6. Making any request of representation or offer of any threat for inducement or bribery to Room Superintendent and/or any other official for favours in the Examination Hall or in the answer script.
  7. Approaching directly or indirectly the teaching staff to bring about undue pressure or influence upon them for favour in the examination.
  8. Taking away or Taking in the answer script pages or supplementary sheets or tearing them off and/or inserting pages written outside the examination hall into the answer scripts.
  9. Receiving material from outside or inside the Examination Hall, for the purpose of copying (inclusive of electronic communication).
  10. Bringing into the Examination Hall or being found in possession of portions of an unauthorized book, manuscript, or such other material or matter in the Examination Hall.
  11. Copying or taking aid from any material or matter referred to in sub-clauses (h & i) above to answer in the examinations.
  12. Impersonating or allowing any other person to impersonate to answer in his/her place in the Examination Hall.
  13. Committing any other act or commission or omission intending to gain an advantage or favour in the examination by misleading, deceiving or inducing the examiner or official.
  14. Having in one’s possession any written matter on scribbling pad, calculator, plam, hand, leg or any other part of the body, hand kerchiefs, clothing, socks, instrument box, identity card, scales electronic gadgets etc.,
  15. Destroying any evidence of malpractice, like tearing or militating the answer script(s) from the Examination Hall.