College Rules


  1. Every bonafide student of the College must wear his/her Identity Card when he/she is in the College campus.
  2. Students are required to be present in classroom well in time. Latecomers will not be allowed to enter the class room.
  3. Students should not loiter in the corridors or in the College premises particularly when classes are going on.
  4. Students should maintain strict silence in the corridors, classrooms and library hall.
  5. Students should behave decently with each other and with Staff members.
  6. Students should not bring any outsider to the College premises, classrooms, library, canteen or Gymkhana.
  7. Students are not allowed to communicate any information or write to the press about matters relating to the College administration without prior permission of the Principal. Any act of tarnishing the reputation of the College, students and teachers will be viewed seriously.
  8. When parents are called, students should bring only the parent/guardian whose details are given in the Parent’s Profile submitted to the College. Any change in the parent/guardianship should be informed to the College office immediately.
  9. Students should take care of and not cause any damage to the College property and also in keeping the College premises clean. Students found damaging the property is labile to be rusticated from the College and the cost of damages will be collected from such students.
  10. Students should take care of their text-books, exercise books, calculators, mobile phones and other belongings. They are advised not to leave these in the Classroom, Library, Gymkhana, Canteen, etc. The College will not be responsible for any loss or damage of articles or valuables.
  11. If, for any reason, in the opinion of the Principal, which shall be final, the continuance of the student in the College is deemed detrimental to the best interest of the College, the Principal may expel such a student from the College without assigning any reasons for his decision.
  1. For granting the terms in each semester it is mandatory sfor every learner to have minimum 75% average attendance of total number of lectures, practicals, tutorials, etc and a minimum of 50% attendance for each subject.(O.6086).
  2. Attendance defaulters list will be put up on the Attendance Notice Board in the first week of every month for the previous month and warning letters will be issued to the defaulting learners twice in every semester.
  3. At the end of the semester the list of the learners who are not allowed to keep terms shall be displayed on the Notice Board, allowing them to appeal to the Principal within 3 days from the date of display of the notice. After disposing the appeals the College shall intimate the same to the Controller of examinations to withdraw the examination forms of such defaulting learners’ after intimating them at least 10 days before the commencement of the respective examinations.
  4. The learners whose terms are not granted by the College can appeal to the controller of examinations, if desired, in a prescribed form and by paying required fees within 3 days from the receipt of this intimation.
  1. DRESS CODE: Students must be neatly and modestly dressed in the College premises.
  2. CELL PHONES: Use of cell phones in any form in the class rooms while in session is strictly prohibited. On breach of this discipline, the cell-phone holder will be liable for a penalty of Rs. 500/- for the first offence. In case of a repetition of the offence the cell-phone shall be liable to confiscation.
  3. RAGGING: Students should refrain from ragging within or outside the College premises. Government of Maharashtra by resolution no. tern/10967620/96 dated 06-09-1996 has notified ragging as a cognizable offence. Whoever directly or indirectly commits, participates in, abets or propagates ragging within or outside the College campus shall, on conviction, be punished with imprisonment and fine. Any student convicted shall be dismissed from the College and such student shall not be admitted in any other educational institution for a period of five years from the date of order of such dismissal. The following are some of the ingredients of ragging, which are punishable under the court of law as per the “UGC Regulations on curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009”:
    1. Abetment to ragging
    2. Criminal conspiracy to rag
    3. Unlawful assembly and rioting
    4. Public nuisance created during ragging
    5. Violation of decency and moral thought
    6. Injury to body
    7. Wrongful restrains
    8. Wrongful confinement
    9. Use of criminal force
    10. Assault as well as sexual offences or unnatural offences
    11. Extortion
    12. Criminal trespass
    13. Offences against property
    14. Criminal intimidation, etc
  1. Admissions will be on merit as per prevailing University rules and Government norms and will be provisional till confirmed by the authorities.
  2. Students have to take admission each year. Admission is based on availability of seats, attendance and performance in the lower class. A repeater or an ATKT student may not be admitted to the next class in case of non availability of seats.
  3. Students seeking admissions from other colleges to this College, should have passed in all subjects and obtain No Objection Certificate (N.O.C.) from last College attended.
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