A vibrant student community, striving to excel in their chosen areas and in various co-curricular activities. For many of them, college campus is a home away from home.
Every year we receive thousands of applications for admissions into our UG programmes and several hundreds for PG programmes. Places are offered strictly on the basis of merit and reservation as per existing rules. Our student community has members from all strata of society. Their mentors are keen in grooming and guiding them in the best possible way. Apart from high academic standards maintained by the college in imparting teaching, learning and evaluation, our students also have opportunities for extra curricular activities of various sorts, including service learning. Altogether our students have the opportunity to have an enriched holistic learning experience, which is reflected in our results and placements. In the process, they cultivate healthy friendships with fellow students and their teachers as well as the community, which last for years to come.
The college functions as a community and it is expected of each member of the community that he/she respect the rights of others as individuals and should provide space for them to grow in knowledge and attain selfhood. It is to be said that rights entail responsibilities. The following set of rules is based on the fundamental tenet that each individual has a responsibility to respect the rights of the other and is expected to conduct himself/herself with self-discipline and dignity.
Rules of Student Conduct on the Campus
i ) Political Activities
All students of this college are hereby informed that all sorts of political activities, and other activities of students’ organizations supported by political parties are banned in this college campus. Students shall not participate or take part in any such activities, meetings or demonstrations organized or supported by any organization supported by political parties within the campus, and disrupting the classes, or interfering with the peaceful functioning of the college will be treated as breach of college discipline.
According to the Prohibition of Ragging Act, Kerala, 1998, Section 3, the Principal is bound, whenever any student or a teacher of an educational Institution/Hostel or the parent or guardian of the students, as the case may be, complains in writing about ragging either inside or outside their institution, to take prompt action (by reporting to the police) in accordance with the said Act, in order to nip in the bud the deleterious consequences of ragging, both physical and mental, on the victims.
iii) Vehicular Traffic on the Campus
No vehicle is allowed to ply through the campus between 10 am. and 4.00 pm. On working days, entry and exit of vehicles are allowed only through the southern gate of the college. Vehicles are expected to be parked only in the space provided for the purpose. Parking on the campus is at the owner’s risk.
iv) Mobile Phone
Use of mobile phone and camera is not allowed on the campus. Students can use the pay phones installed in the campus.
v) Lakeview Ground
Students are permitted to visit Lakeview grounds only during noon interval, i.e., from 1 pm. to 1.55 pm.
vi) Identity Card
Students should wear the identification cards provided by the college. If a student leaves the college during class hours he/she should register their passage using the same at the security post.
In the interest of the institution and for the sake of discipline, the Principal is entitled to refuse admission to an applicant / to suspend/ dismiss or take any other punitive action on any student for misconduct.
Misconduct shall include:
1. Staying away from classes without sufficient reason.
2. Disrespectful behavior toward the staff.
3. Inciting students to strike classes and participate in strike in the college.
4. Loitering on the verandas during class hours and creating disturbance to the classes in progress. (During free hours the students are expected to make use of the library or go to the retiring rooms).
5. Disorderly behavior in class.6. Organizing tours without the permission of the principal.
7. Organizing meetings in the college or displaying notices on the college notice board or walls without the permission of the principal.
8. Bringing outsiders into the college campus, without the per-mission of college authority.
9. Distributing leaflets, handbills or other printed materials and displaying banners and posters inside the campus.
10. Graffiti of all kinds
11. Smoking, consumption of alcoholic beverages and use of narcotic drugs. (Criminal proceedings will be initiated against those found under the influence of alcohol or narcotic drugs on the campus).
12. Vandalism and destruction of college property will be severely dealt with and material loss will be fully recovered with fine.
13. All expressions or activities which are immoral, antisocial, communal and anti-national. The Principal is the final authority on matters of discipline.