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Best Practice

After gaining admission to the college, the student becomes an integral part of it. Therefore, it is their moral responsibility to strive to enhance the honour and glory of the college.

  • Please refrain from littering in the college premises, and dispose of paper, food materials, plastic, etc., in the designated garbage containers.
  • Any students found pasting pictures or writing on the walls and causing damage to the college's immovable property will face financial penalties and disciplinary actions.
  • It is essential to maintain peace and order within the college.
  • If a student's behaviour within the college premises or elsewhere damages the college's dignity, the student's parents will be informed about their activities. The Principal also reserves the right to expel the student from the college without specifying a reason.
  • The principal’s decision shall be final regarding the definition and interpretation of any rules mentioned in the prospectus.
  • Transfer certificates and no-objection certificates will not be issued to students who have taken admission from outside the Ringus area and have come to the college or intend to move elsewhere based on their college admission eligibility. Exceptions to this rule can only be made if the student's father or guardian provides a copy of the transfer order from their respective department to the Principal. (Initiating a transfer due to private business reasons will not be acceptable.)
  • After submitting their fees by the due date, students should attend college classes according to the timetable. They must present their receipt and identity card to the class teacher and promptly register their names in the attendance register.
  • Students are not permitted to send or receive personal mail at the college address.
  • Students are expected to display politeness and good manners towards their teachers and college staff.
  • Leaving classes without justification or going outside the college premises without prior permission may result in disciplinary action against the students.
  • Before obtaining the admit card for university examinations, students must acquire a "no dues" certificate from the relevant departments.
  • Transfer certificates will not be granted to students seeking transfers to local or other colleges during the second and third years after enrolling in the first year of college.
  • As per the University and High Court regulations, a minimum of 75% attendance in each subject is mandatory for students. Falling below this attendance requirement may result in students being barred from appearing in the annual examinations, or they may need to appear as self-taught students.
  • In case of illness or any other reason, students must promptly provide a recognized medical certificate or inform the principal.
  • If students represent the college by participating in out-of-town sports camps, literary, or cultural competitions, they will be granted attendance benefits for those days.
  • Every regularly enrolled student is issued an identity card by the college. Students should collect their identity cards from the office, display the fee receipt, complete all required entries, and obtain the principal's signature. In case of loss or damage, a new identity card can be obtained by paying ₹50.
  • To foster a sense of identity and recognition for the college, the management provides free uniforms to all students. It is mandatory for every student to wear the college uniform.