A student registered in a Semester / Term / Year, for any Programme (Degree or Diploma), shall ordinarily be required to have a minimum cumulative attendance of 75% of the total lectures and practicals engaged during that Semester / Term / Year and a minimum of 50% attendance of the total lectures and practicals engaged in any individual paper / course. In case of late admission on genuine grounds (to be decided by the Principal/Dean/Head of Department), attendance shall be considered from the date of admission to the programme.
The Council comprises the elected representative, of the students i.e. General Secretary, University Representatives, Class Representatives, Ladle's Representative, Sports Secretary and Cultural Secretary, and Members nominated by the Principal. No political campaigning of any kind is allowed in such elections. Students found bringing politics into the campus will be summarily asked to leave the College.
Candidates who have participated in the NSS programme and are certified by the Principals of their Colleges/Heads of Institutions as having satisfactorily completed at least 60 hours of social service, shall be entitled to entitlement marks. However, they are not eligible for general grace marks.
Candidates who have been enrolled as members of the NCC and are certified by the Principals of their Colleges/ Heads of Institutions as having satisfactorily completed a minimum of 75% of the total number of parades during a Semester shall be entitled to entitlement marks. However, they are not eligible for general grace marks.