The Principal of the college who acts in consultation with the college council is vested with the power to run the internal administration of the college. The following rules have been framed by the Government for the working of the College Council:

1. The College Council shall consist of Principal, Head of Department of each subject of study and two elected members from the teaching staff and college Librarian. The Principal shall be the ex-officio President of the Council. The Council shall appoint one of the members as a secretary. The member so appointed shall hold office for one year but shall be eligible for re-election.

2. The general administration of the college shall be vest with the principal subject to the control of the Director of Collegiate Education. Some of the general administrative work is done with the help of the Council under the general supervision of the principal, E.g. library, athletics, maintenance of the buildings and grounds etc.

3. All questions of promotion, authentic certificate and scholarship shall usually be decided by the Council

4. All cases of serious misconduct on the part of the students requiring punishments like forfeiture of their term or certificates or their removal or their expulsion from the college shall be default with by the principal usually in consultation with the College Council.

5. Meeting of the Council shall be convened at such times as the principal may consider necessary. The Principal shall also convene a meeting when required to do so by the Director of the collegiate education or on the written requisitions of not less than two of the members.

6. Not less than three-day notice of the meeting shall ordinarily be given to each member. The notice should generally be accompanied by the agenda.

7. It shall be the duty of the secretary to give notice of the meeting of the council, to keep a record of the proceeding of such meeting and to forward to the Director of the collegiate education through the Principal copy of the proceedings of the meeting.


1. Students are not permitted to absent themselves without leave for the whole or part of a day.
2. Absence without leave for part of a day will entail for failure of attendance for the whole day.
3. A student absent from the college for more than fifteen consecutive working days without satisfactory explanation is liable to have his/her name removed from the rolls. A student seeking re-admission after such removal should pay the prescribed re-admission fee for Rs.10.
4. Leave of absence should be obtained from the Principal on the recommendation of the Head of the Department. As far as possible, leave should be obtained beforehand. If the ground of application for the leave is not clear or satisfactory, the student may be called upon to explain or the leave may be rejected.
5. Application for leave for a period may be granted by the tutor of the student.
6. Students who are obliged to leave a class owing to indisposition must obtain endorsement from the teacher in – charge of the class at the time.
7. Application for leave for more than three days should be supported either by a letter from the parent/ guardian or by a medical certificate in case of illness.
8. The minimum attendance prescribed by the University is three-fourth of the number of the working days in the academic year. Exemption from shortage of attendance (Subject to maximum of 20 days) can be granted by the syndicate on recommendation of the Principal provided leave has been applied for and granted for absence on satisfactory grounds.

9. Duty leave for physical education activities will be granted only to athletes representing the college or the University in various matches, tournaments and sports events.
10. A student deputed to participate in matches, tournaments and sports events, should submit his/her leave application duly recommended by the Physical Education Director to the Head of the Department concerned (Main Subject) for necessary action not later than one week after the events.
11. The maximum period for which duty leave can be granted to a student for sports and athletic activities will be limited to 10% of the total number of working days.
Note: – Those students who leave the college are advised to get the refund of their caution deposit immediately, as unclaimed caution deposits will lapse to Government after a specified period. Those students who wish to discontinue their studies should apply for the same at the end of the term or at any rate before the commencement of the succeeding term.


Students of the college are expected to show good manners and behaviour. Soon after admission each student will be given an identity card which he/she should always carry with him and produce on demand. If the identity card is irrecoverably lost, fresh identity cards will be issued only after remitting the fine of Rs.30 to the college office. Students are expected to be quiet in the college premises. After the first bell at the end of each working period, an interval of five minutes will be allowed during which all the students must re-assemble in their places for the next class.

The following rules of the Education Code, which are applicable to the students of the college, are also republished for their information and guidance.
1. Every student shall be dressed properly.
2. Every student should wish the teachers on the occasion of his first meeting them for the day on the campus.
3. On teachers entering the class room, the students shall rise and remain standing till such time as they are required to sit or till the teacher takes his/her seat.
4. No student shall be allowed to leave the classroom without the permission of the teacher or until the classes are dismissed.
5. Students are forbidden to organize or attend any meeting in the college or to collect money for any purpose or to circulate any pamphlet without the express permission of the principal.
6. Any student:
(a) Who is persistently insubordinate;
(b) Who is repeatedly or willfully mischievous;
(c) Who is guilty, of fraud or malpractice in connection with examinations;
(d) Who in the opinion of the principal, is likely to have an unwholesome influence over his fellow students shall be removed from the rolls either temporarily or on permanent basis according to the gravity of the offence.
Students are expected to help maintain the premises of the college tidy, clean and healthy and abstain from disfiguring the walls by sticking notices or by scribing, spitting in open spaces and other similar uncivil acts. Dustbins are placed at important corners and all waste materials such as bits; leaves etc. should be deposited in them.