Rules and Regulations

Students are to strictly abide by the rules and regulations set down by the college. Any student found breaking the rules is punishable by the college authorities. 

College Timings – 

Our college is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Students are requested to reach the college before the start of the class hours and reach the respective classrooms on time. Candidates are also not allowed to leave the premises before 5:30 p.m. 

The institute remains closed on Sundays. Mondays and government holidays. 

Attendance – 

Students are to maintain attendance of at least 75% in all the classes. The attendance benchmark has been decided by the university. Actions will be taken against students with attendance lower than 75%. 

Dress Code – 

A specific dress code for students has been selected to instil a sense of discipline, belonging, equality and professional attitude amongst them. 

For men – A deep navy blue trouser along and a light blue shirt with emblem emblazoned green/yellow/black-hued ties, black emblem emblazoned green-tinted ties and black formal shoes with white socks.  

Earmarked Green coloured tie and metal emblem for BBA students and metal emblem and fawn (biscuit) hued ties for BCA students will be supplied by the college itself at nominal cost during the time of admission. 

For women – Deep Navy blue salwar and light blue kameez or deep navy blue trousers and light blue shirts are to be worn with emblem emblazoned green coloured ties and black formal shoes with white socks. 

During the winter season (through the month of November to February) a navy blue blazer is mandatory for all.

The colour combination has been decided on very carefully and each colour has a special significance. The blue colour of the shirt stands for confidence, the deep green colour of the uniform reflects growth and harmony. The fawn colour of the ties for BCA signifies humility, the green in BBA signifies optimism while the black in BBA (HM) signifies power and professionalism. 

In order to maintain uniformity in the colour and quality of the uniform, students are required to purchase their dress from the shop in Durgapur that has been approved by the college. The details of the shop will be given at the time of admission. 

Reporting for Hostel 

At the time of reporting to the hostel accommodation, students are to carry the following items along with themselves – 

  1. 2 photocopies of the money receipt
  2. A big trunk with a lock 
  3. Personal bedding with a mosquito net
  4. A steel glass with a cover to store drinking water, emergency light, mug, bucket and candles
  5. Locks of two sizes – big and small
  6. Other personal items