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Guidelines and Rules of Conduct

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Guidelines and Rules of Conduct

  • Class hours are from 9.00 a.m. to 2.30 p.m. Be in time for classes.
  • Maintain a calm atmosphere on the campus especially during working hours.
  • Show respect to your elders and teachers.
  • Uniform is compulsory for all students. The student should be simple, neat and tidy in the dress.
  • Seek permission from the teacher before entering or leaving a class in session.
  • If classes are free during any period, engage yourself in meaningful co-curricular activities
  • Every student of Cochin arts and science college is bound to abide by the rules and regulations framed by the college authorities for a peaceful atmosphere.
  • Tobacco, chewing gums, alcohol is strictly banned on the campus. Students are liable to disciplinary action if found smoking in and around the campus.
  • Do not disfigure the college furniture, doors or windows with drawings. Every student shall handle with care the college property and shall co-operate in preserving the cleanliness and tidiness of buildings and furniture.
  • For using Megaphone, loudspeakers, banners or posters inside the campus, written permission from principal is compulsory.
  • Outsiders are not permitted to attend college function without the permission of the principal.
  • The use of the mobile phones by students has strictly prohibited inside the college building as per government order.
  • Excursion will be allowed only once in a course of study and preferably in the final year.
  • The principal shall be the final authority in the interpretation of the college rules. Matters not covered by the existing rule will be left to the discretion of the principal and his decision will be final.
  • Students are not allowed to engage in any politically motivated activities within the campus such as organizing meeting, processions, shouting slogans, pasting of notices, etc which have been forbidden by law and college regulations.
  • Addressing any gathering on the campus or students in the class can be done only with the permission of the principal.
  • Insubordination, habitual inattention, neglect of work, unbecoming language or conduct and obscenity in word or deed render a student liable to temporary or permanent dismissal.