The College administration understands discipline as controlled and ordered behavior that is civilized and ethical. It is the means to an end that is productive and gratifying. We seek to realize this discipline among our students internally through filial exhortation rather than by external coercion. Our aim is to nurture a humane yet dynamic sense of self among all our students. We strive to develop individuals who are calm, confident, alert and adventurous. At the same time we expect them to treasure values of solidarity and mutual respect. With such noble intentions the college administration has laid down the following rules of general behavior and discipline:
- Education is the harmonious development of the entire human personality by cultivating everything that is good, beautiful and noble in human nature. Hence it should be the earnest endeavour of all students not only to concentrate on studies but also to cultivate high and noble ideals of life and conduct. Students should take due interest in the moral, academic, cultural and physical activities of the college.
- Every morning we begin our work with a prayer song at 9.30 a.m. When the bell is given at 9.30 a.m. all the members of staff and students are requested to keep standing in silence till the prayer song ends.
- Every student shall endeavour in his/her talk, movements, dress and in dealings with the staff and outsiders to conduct himself/ herself, everywhere within the college premises and outside, in the manner worthy of a university student. He/she shall salute his/her teachers on the occasion of his/her first meeting them within the precincts of the college, and whenever he/she meets them in public.
- Students should be modest in their dress. Girls shall wear full skirts, sarees or churidars. Boys shall not wear T. Shirts in the class room. All students should wear the college electronic ID Card attached to the ribbon.
- Every student shall handle the college property with care. He/ she shall not make any marks on the furniture or the walls. Destruction of college property will entail civil as well as criminal proceedings. Further, those who damage college property will have to pay compensation for the loss incurred.
- 6.Forming student organizations on getting involved their activities are strictly banned on campus. The boundary of the campus begins from the main gate near the Higher Secondary School and extends to the sides of the “kole” field. Within its boundary, it encompasses all the buildings and premises owned by the Monastery. Students are forbidden to organize or attend meetings other than those permitted by the principal in writing. No outsider shall enter the college campus without permission of the college authorities.
- 7. A joint meeting of the PTA, Staff Council, College Council and Management has resolved to ban campus politics and activities of political organizations in the campus. (as per orders of the Hon’ble High Court of Kerala in R.P.No.435/2003 and WPC No.17148/2012). It has entrusted the College Council to enforce the High Court ruling that prohibits political activities, especially strikes, demonstrations and agitations in the college campus or its premises. Accordingly campus politics and activities of political organizations are banned in the campus. Strict disciplinary action will be taken against students who indulge in such activities. Students may register their complaints, if any, in the Grievance Redressal Cells in the college and seek solutions.
- Posters, banners or flags are not to be kept or exhibited anywhere in the campus. No pamphlets/leaflets may be distributed inside the campus without the permission of the authority.
- No programme shall be arranged by associations / clubs in the campus without prior permission of the Principal.
10. Parents/guardians are requested not to ask their children/ wards to come away from college during class time, unless in case of real necessity.
- Irregular attendance, habitual inattention to class work and obscenity in word or deed will be dealt with seriously. Misbehaviour or insubordination to teachers will be reported to the Discipline Committee for immediate disciplinary actions, including suspension.
12. Everyone has the full freedom to follow any religion according to their own conscience and is encouraged to practise it; but any form of worship other than catholic is not allowed in the college premises.
13. The students are welcome to bring to the attention of the authorities any reasonable grievance or difficulties they might have.
14.a. Tours for not more than three days (ONE working day and TWO holidays clubbed together) may be arranged by the final year students of each department with the consent of the class teacher and the approval of the Head of the Department and the principal. Students going on tour will have to be accompanied by a senior male teacher of the department and either by a lady teacher, or by the wife of the accompanying male teacher, or by the mother of a girl student in the group.
b. Study Tours may be arranged by the teachers concerned in consultation with the class teacher, Head of the Department and with the approval of the Principal.
c. Associations such as NCC, NSS, Women’s Club, Nature Club and Christals may arrange one day tours preferably on a holiday, with the permission of the Principal.
15. Strict disciplinary action will be taken against the students found to have any association with anti-social gangs. Students are warned against bringing the members of such gangs to the campus.
16.If the teacher concerned has not turned up to engage the class, the class leader may contact the departments and try to make alternative arrangements. If the leader fails to arrange a teacher to engage the class the students shall not loiter or crowd anywhere in the campus or on the veranda. They must be reading in the Library/reading room.
17.Students shall always wear the Identity Card and produce them whenever asked by a staff of the college, teaching or nonteaching.
18.Students shall enter only those class rooms which are assigned to them. No Student shall enter or leave without permission when a teacher is in the class room. There shall be no unauthorized movement of the students in the corridors of the college buildings during the class time.
19.The furniture in the particular classroom shall not be moved elsewhere or rearranged without the prior permission of the Bursar.
20.Smoking/chewing, use of tobacco, pan-parag, drugs, liquor etc., and all products which are legally banned, or are injurious to health are strictly prohibited inside the college campus. No one is allowed to enter the campus under intoxication. Students shall not possess weapons while they are in the Campus.
21.If any student is sent out of the class or if a student is not allowed to enter the class by a teacher, he/she shall lose the attendance of that session.
22.Boys and girls shall park their two wheelers in the allotted parking areas. No hired or rented vehicles are allowed to be parked in the campus.
23.Students coming to college on two wheelers shall not ride their way to classrooms, library, auditorium or canteen.
24.On no occasions shall the students play out stereo, tape recorders and keyboards for recreational purpose. Students shall not collect funds/materials any purpose without the prior permission of the authority. Unauthorized/personal, celebrations/ gatherings of any nature are not permitted in the campus/class rooms. Crackers or fireworks of any magnitude may not be set off or exploded in the campus without the permission of the authorities.
- Taking photographs/video of students by students in the campus is strictly forbidden.
- Ragging is a criminal offence. Police case and other criminal proceedings (as per UGC enforced guidelines) will be initiated against anyone involved in ragging.
- In view of the Governor’s order R.T.No. 346/05/H.Ed. dt. 1-3- 2005, the Government has banned Fashion show, Cinematic Dance and use of Mobile Phones, with or without Camera, in the College Campus. If students happen to bring mobile phones, they have to keep it in switched-off position inside the compound wall. Otherwise the phones will be seized and the students will get them back only at the end of the academic year.
- The public, including former students, will be allowed to enter the college campus only for genuine reasons. They will not be allowed to enter the classrooms and hostel rooms on any account.
- The following punishments may be imposed on those who violate the guideline/s mentioned above: i) Suspension from the college for three or more days ii) Denial of conduct certificate iii) Debarring from contesting the student union election. iv) Dismissal for repeated violation of the guidelines.
30. All legal and reasonable grievances of the students will be addressed by the college authorities. In the event of any such grievance, the aggrieved can approach the respective class teacher or students’ Grievance Redressal Committee existing in the college. Students can also place their grievances in writing in the General Complaint Box placed in front of the library. Regarding all these complaints, the decision of the Grievance Redressal Committee and the Principal shall be final.