RULES OF DISCIPLINE

  • Students are urged to contribute to the high tone of the College by their manners and general behaviour.
  • As far as posture, cleanliness, silence, politeness, honesty, attention to work and respect to teachers and companions are concerned, the College should be looked upon as a place of reverence and discipline.
  • Absolute silence must be maintained at all places during the teaching hours, whether it is the library, the laboratories, computer room, the general assembly or on way to and from the class rooms.
  • Respect for one’s property as well as for that of the College and for the things belonging to others is a mark of a well-bred and responsible student. Any kind of damage done to the College must be made good.
  • Students are urged to contribute to the high tone of the College by their manners and general behaviour.
  • As far as posture, cleanliness, silence, politeness, honesty, attention to work and respect to teachers and companions are concerned, the College should be looked upon as a place of reverence and discipline.
  • Absolute silence must be maintained at all places during the teaching hours, whether it is the library, the laboratories, computer room, the general assembly or on way to and from the class rooms.
  • Respect for one’s property as well as for that of the College and for the things belonging to others is a mark of a well-bred and responsible student. Any kind of damage done to the College must be made good.
  • Students are urged to contribute to the high tone of the College by their manners and general behaviour.
  • As far as posture, cleanliness, silence, politeness, honesty, attention to work and respect to teachers and companions are concerned, the College should be looked upon as a place of reverence and discipline.