Students Corner

Rules and Regulations




Punctuality and regularity of attendance will be strictly monitored. Attention of the students is drawn to Regulation No. 88 of Maharashtra Secondary and Higher secondary education board resolution 1977, according to which students are required to attend 75% of the working days in each academic term. .

Conduct and Discipline

  • Students are responsible to the Principal for their behavior, both in and outside the College. They are prohibited from visiting any other College without the written permission of the Principal of the college.
  • Every student must always be decently and neatly dressed, befitting the academic environment.
  • Smoking is strictly prohibited in and around the College premises.
  • Students must maintain strict silence in the classroom, Library, Reading Room, Laboratories and in the corridors where classrooms are located.
  • Students must not loiter in the corridors when classes are going on. When they are free, they should go to the Reading Room, Library or the students' common room.
  • Students must not attend any class other than their own without prior permission of the professor concerned.
  • Students must take proper care of college property, and help in keeping the premises neat and clean. Students must not write on the blackboard, nor disfigure walls, tables or benches. Any willful damage to the property of the college will be dealt with as a breach of discipline.
  • No College Society can be founded without the written permission of the Principal.
  • No student shall start or join any outside organisation without the written permission of the Principal.
  • No person shall be invited to address a college meeting or Society or to occupy the chair at the college debate, meetings or functions without the previous permission of the Principal.
  • Students are not allowed to invite any outsider to the college or to the college canteen.
  • No student should, without the permission of the Principal, write to the Press or communicate any information to it about matters relating to college administration.

Code of conduct


The College expects every student to abide by the following Code of Conduct:-
1) Identity Card:
a) Students must have their identity Card duly filled in and signed. Students must wear their Identity Card when they are in the college premises.
b) Transfer of I. D. Cards is a criminal offence. The student will be liable to expulsion from the college.
2) Littering in the classrooms, corridors & the campus is prohibited. Please use the dustbins provided all around. Offenders will be penalised.
3) Sitting on the vehicles in the college compound or on A-Road is strictly prohibited.
4) Loitering or Crowding on A-Road is also prohibited. Students are required to remain in the college campus during their free hours.
5) Mobile Phones if carried by the students should be switched off while in classroom, library & corridors of the college. If these instructions are not followed, the instrument will be confiscated and the concerned student will also be levied fine.
6) Anti-Ragging act: Ragging is banned in this institution. A student involving in any such act will be expelled from the college and in addition may undergo imprisonment and fine.


The Rules of Prohibiting Ragging


The Rules of Prohibiting Ragging Higher and Technical Education Department Mantralaya Annex, Mumbai 400032, dated the 19th May 1999
MAHARASHTRA PROHIBITION OF RAGGING ACT, 1999. No. Sankrina. 1098/(133/198) UNI-3 In exercise of the powers- conferred by sub-section(2) of Section 1 of the Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act,1999 (Mah.XXXIU of 1999), the Government of Maharashtra hereby appoints the first day of June 1999 to be the date on which the said act shall come in to force. By order and in the name of the Governor of Maharashtra V.P. Raja Secretary to Government In pursuance of clause (3) of Article 348 of the Constitution of India, the following translation in English of the Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act,1999 (Mah.XXXIU of 1999), is hereby published under the authority of the Governor of Maharashtra. By order and in the name of the Governor of Maharashtra Pratima Umarji Secretary to Government, Law and Judiciary Department.