General Rules and Regulations


1.    The working day is divided into two sessions, the forenoon session of 4 periods and afternoon session of 2 periods. Attendance is marked at the commencement of the class. Latecomers, therefore, though permitted to attend class by the teacher concerned, will not be given attendance.

2.    Every student must have the prescribed textbooks, note books, laboratory records etc.

3.    No student shall absent himself/herself from classes without the prior permission of the Class Teacher, Department Coordinator/ HOD/ Principal.

4.    Students must have a minimum of 75% attendance in each subject to be permitted to write the examination as per UGC Act 2003 and (Mysore University- A.C 2(S) 233/03-04).

 

5.    A candidate who does not satisfy the requirement of attendance shall not be eligible to take examination of the concerned semester, nor is eligible to get admission to the next semester.

6.    A candidate who fails to satisfy the requirement of attendance in a semester shall repeat that semester when offered in the immediate subsequent year. This facility shall be available only for TWO times in the entire course.

7.    A student abstaining from classes without permission/ proper acknowledgement of leave from Principal obtained in writing, for more than fourteen consecutive working days/ two weeks or more at a stretch will be considered to have left the college and his/her name will be removed from the rolls.
8.    Students remaining absent for any reasons (personal, co/extra- curricular activities) have to submit the application for leave of absence in prescribed form duly signed by the parent/guardian/hostel warden/coordinator/HOD. Bona fide applications will be considered subject to University regulations.

9.    When absence is caused by unforeseen events, application for leave must be submitted to the Principal as early as possible, as and certainly not later than one day after return to the college. Bona fide applications will be considered subject to University regulations.
10.    Applying for leave of absence does not imply that the leave will be granted. Application for leave of absence may be rejected by the class teacher if not satisfied with the genuineness.
11.    Tests are held periodically in every subject. Two Internal tests and one Model exam will be conducted in each semester. Attendance cum progress report of the examination will be given to the student. Students are responsible to show these reports to their parents/guardians and receive their signature.

12.    No student is expected to approach the Principal or the Principal’s office in person for enquiry on attendance. In case of any doubts or
grievances, they may approach the teacher concerned. The attendance and progress report of each student are available at www.christcollegemysuru.ac.in (parents can get the username and password from the college office; they can access and monitor their wards’ performance by using the username and password given to them).

13.    Students are prohibited to join any political union/club/society or involve in any engagements that would interfere with the studies and academic activities.

14.    Students are forbidden to organize and attend any meeting within the college, or collect money for any purpose or to circulate among the students any notice or petition of any kind or paste it on the college notice board without the written permission of the Principal.

15.    Active participation in politics is not compatible with the academic life of students, and as such, students are not expected to indulge in public activities, which are of political nature.

16.    Students are expected to compulsorily join and participate in any club/society/association of the college for co-curricular and extra- curricular activities.

17.    Students will not be permitted to make complaints in a body or present any collective petition, but are welcome to present their case, if any, either individually, or through their proper representatives.

18.    No students admitted to a degree course in a college (Department of Studies) under the jurisdiction of the University shall be permitted to study simultaneously in any other course leading to a degree (regular or evening) offered in the University.

19.    Students can park their four wheelers inside the college campus only on payment of the prescribed fees.

20.    As per the UGC notification with regard to prevention and prohibition of ragging in college campuses, it is mandatory that every student and his/her parent(s)/guardian(s) sign a declaration, stating that the ward will not indulge in ragging and such offensive acts of any sort. In case such malpractices are resorted to, the college will take legal action, treating the act to be criminal in conduct.

Code of Conduct

 

  1. Conduct Certificate will not be issued as a matter of course. It has to be earned by the student’s good conduct and behaviour. The decision of the Principal shall be final regarding this matter.

  2. Students are expected to conduct themselves in an exemplary way in order to accomplish the aspirations expressed in the college mission statement.

  3. Every morning we begin our work with the recital of the prayer followed by National Anthem. When the bell goes at 9 a. m all the members of the staff and students are expected to keep standing in silence till the prayer ends.

  4. Students should be seated in their respective class rooms for forenoon session by 8.55 a.m. and afternoon session by 1.55 p.m. and should not leave the classes except during intervals. Students should be seated in their respective class rooms before the teaching hour commences. When a student wants to enter or leave the classroom while the class is on, he /she shall do so only after getting the permission of the teacher.

  5. Students are expected to participate actively in all the activities organized in the college.

  6. Students shall not cause any loss or damage to the college property. Intentional causing of loss or damage will be considered a serious misconduct. In case of any damage caused, the cost will be recovered from the student/s.

  7. Students shall not write or make any marks on the walls or any part of the college property. If found guilty they are liable to be punished and the expenses for the repair work will be recovered from the offenders.

  8.  Prior written permission of the Principal is necessary for organising processions, meetings, entertainment programmes, functions in the college; for collecting funds from the students/staff; and for distributing notice or putting up any notice on the notice board.

  9. However, permission for mobilizing funds for social causes and charitable purpose may be considered on the merit of the proposal.

  10. Students are required to make use of the library and lab facility during their free hours.

  11. Students who bring their two or four wheelers are to compulsorily park them at the noted parking areas only.

  12. Using mobile phones, i-pod etc. inside the college campus is prohibited.

  13. During the absence of the teacher and while moving from one class to another, students are expected to keep silence.

  14. Students should not loiter in the corridors/campus unnecessarily.

  15. tudents should not enter other classes during class hours for borrowing books, lab material etc.

  16. No indecent representation shall be made by any student towards any other student either in words, letters, gestures, or by any other means.

  17. Students should not bring sweets, cakes, chocolates and other snacks in bulk quantity to share with friends, inside the college.

  18. Ragging is a criminal offence and in any form is strictly prohibited and is punishable as per Sec.2 (29), 116 of the Karnataka Education Act. 1983 and UGC Act 2009 No F.1-16/2009(CPP-11) Dated 21-10- 2009.

  19. Students should wear their uniform on the prescribed days. Identity Card should be worn in the college campus and produce when demanded.

Other Rules and Regulations

 

  1. Smoking, use of substances and consumption of alcoholic beverages are strictly prohibited in the campus. Students shall not use or bring tobacco or its products, intoxicating drinks or narcotic substances to the college.

  2. Students shall not go on tour, picnic or excursion without the written permission of the Principal.

  3. Congregating at the entrance of the college gate and sitting on the portico and the steps of the staircase are to be avoided.

  4. Students are free to follow and practice any religion of their choice but external worship other than catholic is not allowed in the college, as Christ College is a Christian religious minority institution.

  5. A student who has any complaint against any other student. Teaching staff or non-teaching staff shall represent the same either in writing or orally to the HOD, Respective Committee or to the Principal directly. Such representations can be made by the Parents/ Guardian of the students also.

Misconduct and Disciplinary Actions

  1. Students are bound to obey the directions and rules issued from time to time, by the Principal, teachers and the authorities. Disobedience to such directions and rules would amount to serious misconduct.

  2. Any student, who is found to have conducted himself/herself in any indecent or disorderly manner inside or outside the classroom in the college premises is liable or be proceeded against for the said misconduct.

  3. A teacher may send a student out of the class if the student misbehaves in the class. If any student is sent out of the class, the teacher and the student shall report the matter to the HOD and the Principal.

  4. The principal shall have the power to inflict the following punishments upon the offenders: fine, cancellation of attendance, forfeiting education concession and scholarship, suspension, compulsory issue of T.C., without the application from the student or guardian and expulsion.

Mandatory Dress Code

  1. Uniform for all students is compulsory. Students should wear decent dress in the campus. This enables us to bring a sense of discipline. Observing dress code is mandatory and part of the college discipline. No student will be allowed to attend classes without proper uniform.

  2. Students should adhere to the dress code as mentioned below.

  3. Uniform- Monday, Friday and on special occasions, industrial visits and examination days.

  4. Colour Dress- Formals on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday

  5. Girls-Girls should be dressed a descent and formal wear. Dresses should be comfortable. Enough to facilitate easy movement, without embarrassing restraints.

  • Should avoid wearing

  1. Tight Pants and Tops, Shorts, Short Skirts, Short Dupatta, Short Kurta, Transparent Dresses, Pencil Cut, Jeans, Printed T-Shirts cloths that are revealing, Sleeveless tops, printed, Low Waist Pant, Deep Neck Tops etc.

  2. Boys - Formal Shirts and Trousers tucked in with formal shoes and belt. Proper grooming and shaving of facial hair is mandatory.

  3. Should avoid wearing- Short Shirts, Pencil Cut, Jeans, Transparent Dresses, Sleeveless Shirts, Printed fabrics, T-Shirt, Low Waist Pants etc.

Outsiders not Permitted

  1. Outsiders are not permitted to meet any of the staff or students on the college campus without the permission of the Principal.

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  3. Students shall not bring any outsiders except the parent/guardian to the college premises for any purpose whatsoever without the permission of the Principal.

Vigilance- Attendance and Discipline

As per the rules of the University of Mysore, each semester shall be taken as a unit for purpose of calculating attendance and student shall be considered to have put in the required attendance for the semester, if he/she has attended not less than 75% of the number of working hours/periods in each paper or periods in each paper of subject in each semester.

 

A candidate who does not satisfy the requirement of attendance shall not be eligible to take the examination of the concerned semester, nor is he/she is eligible to get admission to the next semester.

A candidate who fails to satisfy the requirement of attendance in a semester shall repeat that semester when offered in the immediate subsequent year. This facility shall be available only for TWO times in the entire course.

 

The college Administration strictly monitors attendance and discipline related matters. Unauthorized absenteeism on the part of the student would disqualify them from attending the examination. Breach of discipline of any kind would be severely dealt with, and stringent action will be initiated against such students after duly informing the parent.

Total co-operation of students and their parents/guardians is sought, to ensure discipline and acquire requisite attendance on the part of the students. They are urged to join hands with the administration in promoting goodwill for the cause of higher education in service of the society.

 

Anti-Ragging Policy of the college

Ragging is prohibited by law. It is a non-bailable criminal offence and punishable with rigorous imprisonment up to seven years. Ragging in all its forms shall be totally banned in the institution including in its departments, all its premises (academic, residential, playgrounds, kiosks, cafeteria and the like) whether located within the campus or outside and in all means of transportation of students whether public or private.

 The complaints or information with regard to ragging could be oral or written and even from third parties. The burden/responsibility of proving       

 his/her innocence rests with the accused. Complaints can be lodged with the Principal, Staff Counsellors or any of the members of the Ragging Prevention Committee. All complaints/information received shall be kept strictly confidential. In the event of a student being booked in a criminal offence and being suspended from the college, he/she will be reinstated only after obtaining his/her clearance certificate from the concerned police officer or authority of court of law.

Meaning of and What Constitutes Ragging:

 

Ragging means and constitutes one or more of any of the following acts:

 

  • Any conduct by any student or students whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fresher or any other student.

  • Indulging in rowdy or undisciplined activities by any student or students which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship, physical or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in any fresher or any other student. 

  • Asking any student to do any act which such student will not in the ordinary course do and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame, or torment or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of such fresher or any other student.

  • Any act by a senior student that prevents, disrupts or disturbs the regular academic activity of any other student or a fresher.Exploiting the services of a fresher or any other student for completing the academic tasks assigned to an individual or a group of students.

  • Any act of financial extortion or forceful expenditure burden put on a fresher or any other student by students

  • Any act of physical abuse including all variants of it: sexual abuse, homosexual assaults, stripping, forcing obscene and lewd acts, gestures, causing bodily harm or any other danger to health or person;

  • Any act or abuse by spoken words, emails, post, public insults which would also include deriving perverted pleasure, vicarious or sadistic thrill from actively or passively participating in the discomfiture to fresher or any other student.

  • Any act that affects the mental health and self-confidence of a fresher or any other student with or without an intent to derive a sadistic pleasure or showing off power, authority or superiority by a student over any fresher or any other student.

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

  • Punishment of Ragging:

Depending on the nature and gravity of the offence as established by the Anti- Ragging Committee of the institution those found guilty of ragging shall be liable for any one or any combination of the following punishment. The decision of the Anti-Ragging Committee shall be final and binding.

 

  1. Cancellation of admission

  2. Suspension from attending classes

  3. Withholding/withdrawing of scholarship/fee concessions and other benefits

  4. Debarring from appearing in any test/examination or other evaluation process

  5. Withholding results

  6. Debarring from representing the institution in any regional, national or international meet, tournament, youth festival, sports or other such events etc.

  7. Suspension/expulsion from the hostel

  8. Rustication from the institution for a period up to from 1 to 4 semesters

  9. Expulsion from the institution and consequent debarring from admission to any other institution.

  10. Collective punishment: when the persons committing or abetting the crime of ragging are not identified, the institution shall resort to collective punishment as a deterrent to ensure community pressure on the potential raggers.

  11. In the case of offences of very serious/ grievous nature, referring the case to the police, in addition to any other punishment.

Tests / Examination

Two periodical tests and one examination will be conducted by the college according to the regulations of the University of Mysore. All students should attend these tests and examination. Abstaining from tests and examinations will be viewed seriously

Students must have a minimum of 75% attendance to be permitted to write the examinations.

As per the University of Mysore Notification No.AC/2/34/90-91 dated 16 June 1997 whenever the syllabus is changed a student shall be permitted to write the examination as per the old syllabus for double the duration of the course.

There shall be a University examination at the end of each semester. The practical examination shall be conducted with both internal and external examiners.

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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