1. Classes are to be attended regularly and punctually.
2. Silence is to be observed in and outside the classroom.
3. While entering a class a student must take permission of the teacher in the class. Astudent may go out on an urgent call taking prior permission from the teacher.
4. Loitering in the college corridors and outside the college, use of mobile phone within the college campus is strictly prohibited.
5. Electrical switches, Laboratory Equipments, Library Books and all other College properties are to be handled carefully and cautiously to avoid any damage or loss.
6. Students should carefully observe the college notice board displaying circulars. They should also pay attention to the notifications circulated in the class.
7. Any gross misconduct on the part of the student will lead to punishment.
8. Ragging in any form either in the hostel or in the college is strictly prohibited. Any student found guilty of ragging will face disciplinary action and may be expelled.
9. Once enrolled for the Part-I Examination a student must complete her course of study in three consecutive academic years.
N.B. : All the above rules and regulations are subject to modification or changes by authorities if and when necessary.
Academic Session Commences from the 1st July every year and ends on the 30th June in the year following.
* Medium of Instruction
Medium of instruction and writing answer scripts in all subjects except for the languages is either English or Bengali.
* Change of subject
Change of any one combination subject is allowed only once within stipulated date as may be notified for this purpose.
* Attendance in Classes
Attendance of the students in theoritical and practical classes is strictly monitored. Students having less than 75 percent attendance in each subject will be treated as non-collegiate and they will have to pay a fine so as to enable them to appear at the examinations, as per University rules, and if the attendance of the students falls below 60 percent, they will be treated as dis-collegiates and debarred from appearing at examinations.
Students who will remain absent from the classes continuously for thirty days at a strech or with interruptions from the date of commencement of classes without any valid reason and prior permission, her admission will stand cancelled and her name will be stuck of the rolls.
* Migration Certificates
Students taking admission on migration from other Board or University are to submit their Original Migration Certificates within one month from the date of admission failing which their admission may stand cancelled.
A student must submit registration cum Enrolment forms duly filled in within 60 days from the date of her admission failing which a sudent may not be admitted to the University Examinations. A student must submit the following papers for the registration of her name withe the University.
1. Attested copy of marksheet of her previous qualifying examination.
2. Migration certificate (if applicable).
3. Admit Card of the Madhyamik Pariksha or equivalent examination.
4. First fee receipt of the college.
5. ST or SC Certificate (if applicable)
6. PH Certificate (if applicable)
The Unit Tests will be held in conformity with the University Examination Schedule. Examinations are compulsory for all the students. Promotion to next higher class or sending up for the Final Examination depends upon satisfactory result of the students in the college examinations.
The University Examination will be held in Three Parts: Part-I, Part-II and Part-III at the end of study in the 1st Year, 2nd Year and 3rd Year Classes.