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Rules of Discipline for Students

  • Every student is required to keep with him/her the identity card available from the college and should show the same on demand.

  • Use of mobile phones, laptops, cameras is not allowed in college premises. Students should not use mobile cameras also.

  • It is mandatory for the student to attend the class test held by the Institute for the purpose of internal assessment or if he/she fails, the Principal shall have the authority to withhold or withdraw his/her name from Examination. – If the students absents from the test, the missed test will not be taken again for him/her. – For valid reasons supported by documentary evidences, Principal may allow one test so that it will not be counted for averaging purpose, otherwise the test will be counted with zero score.

  • The student having poor attendance and showing consistently poor performance in the test and tutorials may not be permitted to appear for the university examination.

  • It is compulsory that the students adhere to the day of opening and closing of each term during the academic year.

  • The students must be regular and punctual in attending the classes. If students absent for consecutive three days from the class, their parents shall be informed.

  • The student should not cause any damage to the college property. Class rooms, desks, benches, windows, doors, boards and other furniture shall not marked with scratches, Any student found violating these rules shall be punished.

  • The damage caused shall be compensated by the student immediately. The amount of compensation as decided by the management will be final.

  • Rules regarding discipline, payment of fees, grant of leave and use of library must be strictly observed.

  • Smoking, chewing of tobacco, alcoholic drinks and use of drugs and other such elements are strictly prohibited in the college premises. Students will not be allowed to attend theory classes, practical classes, tutorials, tests etc. if they are found in drunk or toxic state. Disciplinary action will be taken against such student.

  • The student found guilty by an act of misconduct or antisocial activities either in the college or outside shall be subjected to strict disciplinary action and may be expelled from the college.

  • Computers with internet facility are available in the college. The students are expected to use this facility for studies and for gaining knowledge. Action will be taken against students who would be found using them for surfing unwanted, useless and dirty sites.

  • Since college work is regulated mostly through notices put on the Notice Boards/websites, the student should read the notices displayed on the notice board and/or on website of the college (mietbhandara.org) regularly and college will not be responsible for the loss of any advantage due to negligence of reading notices on the part of the student.

  • The college office should be informed in writing of any change in address of the students with immediate effect.

  • Participation in curricular, co-curricular activities and games is compulsory for all students.

  • No student shall attend or take part in any anti-government, anti-college or any other subversive activities.

  • Political and unauthorized meetings, demonstrations of all kinds, sale and organized distribution of books, pamphlets, posters in the college premises are strictly prohibited. Defaulters will be punished suitably.

  • Misconduct shall be severely dealt with and may result in rustication or expulsion. A student may be called upon to withdraw from the college if in the Staff’s opinion his/her continued stay is not conducive to his/her well being and detrimental to the interest of the college.

  • Principal has the power and discretion to impose penalty/punishment or fine.

  • All breaches of college discipline and long absence without leave shall be punishable to the extent of expulsion.

Conduct And Discipline

Each student shall conduct himself/herself in a manner befitting his/her association with an Institute of national importance. He/she is expected not to indulge in any activity which is likely to bring down the prestige of the Institute. He/She should also show due respect and courtesy to the teachers, administrators, officers and employees of the Institute, and good neighborly behavior to fellow students. Due attention and courtesy is to be paid to visitors of the Institute and residents of the Campus.

The reputation of an institute depends solely on the performance of its students, not on buildings, equipments, structures etc. although they are the pre-requisite aids. The students of an Institute are known not only by their performance in their academics but also by their conduct which is an integral part of their personality. In order to make the College feel proud of its students, the following code of conduct is expected of the students.

  • They should behave, dress and project their image like dignified, respectable citizens of the Country.

  • The students are expected to develop a sense of belongingness to the institute. Keep it up-right and clean and create a congenial environment conducive for studies

  • The students must be regular and punctual in their studies.

  • The students must observe discipline. Indiscipline attracts punishment. They must observe self-imposed discipline in all activities, studies as well as other ones related to their stay in the College / Hostel.

  • They should read the notices regularly, so as not to miss any important information.

  • Their action must reflect respect for the Faculty members and must inculcate a spirit of fellow- feeling and mutual respect among themselves.

  • They must observe proper silence in the classes/library and avoid making noise. They must observe timings in the Office and the Library so as to avoid unnecessary disturbance/over-crowding.

  • Male students must not pass undesirable remarks at the female students and must observe due courtesies.

  • The students must not write on walls etc. or make undesirables sketches on the Walls/Furniture tops/doors.

  • They should not attempt to copy in the Test/ Examination.

  • Drug is a health hazard. Students should not take drugs or consume intoxicants. Student shall keep their parents informed regularly about their performance in studies and other problems, if any. They should also make the payment of College/Hostel dues well in time.

  • Ragging is a crime. Student should not indulge in any form of ragging.

  • No student shall be discriminated on the basis of religion, caste & sex etc.

  • In order to become good engineers student should observe professional ethics.

  • A student will be admitted to a semester examination if he/she has attended regularly the prescribed course of study for the relevant semester and has attended not less than 75% of total number of classes held. This requirement shall be fulfilled separately for each course of study. The attendance shall be counted up to 10 days before the commencement of the examination. The Principal is empowered to condone the shortage in attendance upto 10% in each course in genuine cases, to his satisfaction.

  • Provided that a student who has attended the requisite number of classes for subject(s) will be eligible to appear in the examination in those subject(s). Provided further that a candidate who is deficient in attendance shall have to repeat those courses in which he is deficient, whenever offered by the College.

Ragging Is Banned

Ragging in educational institutions is banned. The following will be termed as the act of ragging; any disorderly conduct whether by words spoken or written or by an act, which has the effect of teasing, treating or handing with rudeness any other student(s), indulging in rowdy or indisciplined activities which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in fresher or junior student(s) or asking the student(s) to do any act or perform something, which such student(s) will not do in the ordinary course and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of a fresher or a junior student.

Action Against Ragging

Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act 1999, which is in effect from 15th May 1999, has the following provisions for action against ragging:

Ragging within or outside of any educational institution is prohibited. Whosoever directly or indirectly commits, participates in debts, or propagates ragging within or outside any educational institution shall, on conviction, be punished with imprisonment for a term up to 2 years and / or penalty, which may extend to ten thousand rupees.

Any student convicted of an offence of ragging shall be dismissed from the educational institution 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.

If the individuals committing or abetting ragging are not/cannot be identified, collective punishment can be awarded to act as a deterrent.

The above rules of discipline are always subject to change, modification, addition, omission or alteration and shall be modified, whenever the Principal deems it fit and proper. The decision of the Principal shall be final and binding on the students.