Rules & Regulation

1. ENTRY OF NAMES IN THE ATTENDANCE REGISTER

A student is required to attend general / practical lectures and practical classes. He / She is advised to find out whether his / her name has been entered in the appropriate registers. In case he / she finds that his / her name has not been entered in the concerned registers, he / she should bring it at once to the notice of Principal/HOD in writing. The Principal will not entertain any complaint at a later stage that a student fell short of the prescribed percentage of attendance on the ground that his / her name had not been entered in the appropriate registers in time. Each student has to sign his / her attendance in a prescribed format, in each class.

1.1 IDENTITY CARD

An Identity card bearing the name, address, blood group, registration number and photograph of the student duly signed by the Principal, shall be issued to each enrolled student. The students are required to carry their identity cards with them and produce the same on demand. In case the identity card of a student is lost, a new one shall be issued to him / her on payment of fees, as fixed by the college.

1.2 COLLEGE RULES

i) Undertaking:

Before a student is admitted to the college, he / she and his / her natural or legal guardian have to submit an undertaking in a prescribed form to the effect that he / she or his/her son / daughter / ward shall abide by the rules of the college. He / She has also to give an undertaking as per the provision of Anti Ragging verdict by the Hon'ble Supreme Court.

ii) Dress Code:

Every student of the college has to obey the dress code as specified by the College or Institution till completion of the course. Students without proper uniform shall not be allowed to participate in any academic activity like attending classes /appearing at exams / library / lab classes etc.

iii) Discipline:

Students are required to exhibit high degree of discipline. Every student of the college has to abide by the disciplinary rules and regulations of the hostel, college and University. He/She shall not involve himself / herself in any objectionable conduct such as violation of Hostel Rules, disobedience of instruction of Hostel and College authorities, immoral conduct or disorderly behaviour including "ragging", at any place. Students are required to show exemplary standards of discipline both inside and outside the Campus. Ragging in any form is strictly banned by law. Any attempt to resort to ragging in any form / physical and mental assault to fellow students shall be severely dealt with. A nodal committee of the College will consider it and punishment shall be imposed in consonance with Govt. / Court orders.

iv) Vehicles:

Vehicles and two wheelers must be locked and put in proper parking place. They should not be parked on the College varandahs or in front of College gate.

v) Application:

Applications should be processed / routed through the departments HODs or Faculty Coordinators prior to being placed before the Principal.

vi) External Lectures:

No outsider should be invited to deliver lectures in the College without the prior permission of the Principal. Such invitation should invariably be extended by the Principal.

vii) Application for College Leaving and Conduct Certificate:

Application for College Leaving Certificate and Conduct Certificate must be submitted alongwith the certificates of clearance of dues from different sections of the college, at least three days before the date on which the certificate is required by the applicant.

1.3 MECHANISM AND PROCEDURE FOR GOOD GOVERNANCE

The College has specific committees for good governance as indicated below:

a) Court Of Honour:

DRIEMS encourages the involvement of student members in decision making process. A Court of Honour presided by a senior faculty member and comprising of student representatives functions in the college in the following manner:

i. Once a complaint is received by the Presiding Officer / Principal against any student in connection with violation of Code of Conduct of DRIEMS, the same is referred to the Court of Honour for its trial and judgment.

ii. The Court of Honour looks into the matter and proposes disciplinary action against the indexing student or refers the matter to the Disciplinary Committee depending upon the gravity of the case.

iii. The Principal has the final authority in deciding the case.

b) Disciplinary committee:

A disciplinary committee has been constituted to deal with matters relating to students' indiscipline and to recommend actions against offending students after proper hearing.

c) Apex Committee:

An Apex Committee comprising of Principals of all wings has been constituted to look into the internal discipline of the campus.

d) Suggestion Committees:

In case of any major issue concerning the students / staff on academic and related matters, constructive suggestions are invited from all concerned. These are duly examined by the suggestion committee headed by Director (Admn.) and placed before the Board of Governors for its considerations.

e) Grievance redressal mechanism :

There is a complaint box near the office of the Principal. Students and staff who have any written grievance, can drop the same in this box or submit it in the office of the Principal. The grivances are redressed on merit of the case. The Principal also gives time to all for personal hearing and sorts out their problems as per the delegated powers.