Attendance

  • No student shall be allowed to appear at professional examination unless he/she has attended at least 75% of the lectures delivered and of the practical work done in each subject. The attendance shall be counted separately in each subject. 2 A shortage of attendance up to 5% of the total number of lectures delivered or practicals may be condoned by the Principals for sufficient reason.
  • A further shortage up to 5% may be condoned by the Secretary/Administrator on the specific recommendation of the Principal, on genuine grounds.
  • Application for condoning the attendance on account of sickness must be duly supported with a certificate by a Registered Medical Practitioner. Such an application must be submitted during the sickness or just after, on attending the classes with a fitness certificate. Students with less than 70% attendance may be detained from appearing in the examination.
  • A detained student not allowed to appear in professional examination, due to the shortage of attendance shall be considered as failed, and shall have to attend the same class in the next academic session.
  • Quarterly statement of attendance will be displayed on the notice board by the office of the Principal. No individual notice in this respect shall be issued to the students.
  • Unauthorized absence of a student up to a maximum of 3 days in a month shall entail a fine of Rs. 50/- per day. Continuous absence of 30 days or more without genuine reason, and not supported by documentary evidence, shall result in removing the name of a student from the College. The Principal may however allow re-admission of genuine defaulters on payment of re-admission fee of Rs. 500/- provided his attendance does not fall short of 70%.