Rules and Regulations for Hostel Residents

  • Students are expected to act in such a manner that an atmosphere conducive to effective study prevails in the hostel. The hostel wardens have full authority to check any room in the hostel at any time.

  • Ragging is a cognizable offence, punishable under the law and is strictly banned. Any student involved in any kind of ragging will be liable for immediate expulsion from the hostel/college. No one is allowed to take part in any type of video film show in the hostel premises without the permission of the hostel warden.

  • Unauthorized guests or outsiders in the hostel room are strictly prohibited. Any student keeping unauthorized person in his/her room will be liable to disciplinary action amounting to expulsion from the hostel. Guest may be allowed on prior written permission of the warden.

  • No student shall occupy or interchange the room without permission and proper allotment of the room by hostel warden.

  • Hostellers are warned not to keep valuable goods in their rooms. Hostel management shall not be responsible for the loss of such valuables.

  • Students shall have to abide by the decisions of the hostel wardens with respect to enforcement of the hostel rules failing which strict disciplinary action may be taken.

  • While leaving the rooms, it must be ensured that the light and fans are switched off failing which he/she will be liable to imposition of fines.

  • Boarders should sign the attendance every day at 9AM in the night without any fail. If any absent without prior permission from principal is punishable.

  • A student shall not hand over the keys of his/her room to any other students/person except the warden or person authorized by him/her.

  • The boarder must be very particulars about payment of hostel dues/Institute fees.

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