College Rules



  • Students need to be punctual for theory classes and clinical practice according to the schedule given by the institution.
  • College timings are 08:30 AM to 03.00 PM. The timings may change according to clinical postings. The change will be intimated timely.
  • Students have to submit all assignments exactly on specified dates except in genuine unavoidable circumstances with prior permission.
  • No re-examination will be conducted for those who fail in the sessional examinations.
  • Re-examination of the sessional examinations will be conducted for the students who are absent due to sickness which is supported by authentic Medical Certificates or students who are absent because of some serious problems/ needs at home, which requires their presence. This decision will be made by the college authority.
  • Students will be allowed to appear in the University examinations in the subjects in which they have 80% attendance of the total number of theory classes taken.
  • 80% attendance in the clinical experience hours in the clinical subjects (20% of the clinical experience hours must be compensated before commencement of the next academic year). (As per the Indian Nursing Council regulations, 100% of the clinical experience hours have to be completed before starting the classes for the next higher class. The degree will not be granted unless and until 100% clinical experience hours are compensated during the stipulated period).
  • Students are not allowed to use mobile in the college premises, during the class hours or during the clinical experience hours. If found, the mobile will be confiscated.
  • Students must maintain discipline in the classroom and in the college premises so as to ensure a peaceful and conducive atmosphere for learning in the college.


  • Students are not allowed to paste notices within the Institution and are forbidden to communicate with any outside authority directly. All such communications must be submitted through the Principal who will forward these if considered desirable. Any students infringing this rule will be suspended.
  • Strictly forbidden in any part of institution are:
  • The possession or use of alcoholic beverages,
  • The possession or use of addictive drugs.
  • Gambling.
  • The possession or use of firearms or any lethal weapons.
  • Loitering around unnecessarily.
  • Use of mobile phone during duty/class hours.
  • Ragging of any student is prohibited and may result in rustication or expulsion from the Institute. "Ragging is any disorderly conduct whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness to any student, indulging in rowdy or undisciplined activities which cause or likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in a fresher or a junior student and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the psyche of a fresher or a junior student."
  • All fees must be paid in full by the dates notified time to time. Any student, whose fees, together with the fine imposed, remains unpaid, will be suspended from attending lectures, practical, clinics etc. until the fees/ dues have been paid.
  • All neglect of duties, breach of rules and acts of indiscipline are to be brought to the notice of the Principal. The Principal in consultation with the senior staff members shall deal with any serious offence for which adverse entry in the personal file of the student may be made.
  • The decision of the Principal in all disputes would be final and binding on to the students.

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