General Rules


  1. It is necessary for the students to strictly follow the dates in the notices issued by the college from time to time.

  2. Students are responsible for maintaining peace and order on the campus and not disturbing classes.

  3. Students will contact the in-charges concerned and the dean of student welfare for solving their problems. Under no circumstances, students will not be able to directly meet the principal.

  4. Necessary information is put on the notice board for running the college. Students are advised to pay attention to the notices put on the notice board.

  5. Students are expected to be disciplined and follow the following strictly:

  • Putting any kind of poster or banner on the college campus and boundary is prohibited.

  • Carrying any kind of firearms on the college campus is a crime and an FIR will be immediately lodged if a student is found with a firearm.

  • Smoking on the college campus and spitting is prohibited.

  • College property is the property of students. Each student is duty-bound to safeguard the furniture.

  • Students of the college are expected to be aware of cleanliness and environment building in the college.

  • Parking vehicles near the main gate and college campus is a punishable offense. Each student will part his vehicle at the parking place only.

  • The use of mobile phones is prohibited on the college campus.

Academic Assessment Procedure

  • Admission Process

    1. Candidates will obtain application forms from the college office and after duly filling it, submit the same before the last date

    2. The candidates will be interviewed for admission. They must be personally present before the admission committee at the time of the interview with their original certificates, get admission recommended and get their signatures attested. Admission will be granted on depositing the original transfer certificate and character certificate. The identity card of the College will be completely filled along with the admission application form and the same will be given to the candidates as soon as he deposits the fee. The candidates will have to be compulsorily present before the admission committee and it will not be possible to grand admission in case a candidate remains absent.

    3. For girl students, separate Committees will be formed if the number of girl applicants is substantial.

    4. The candidates whose admission is sanctioned will have to deposit the prescribed fee within the prescribed period on the Bank extension counter in the College. Failure to do so will lead to automatic cancellation of the admission and the next candidate in merit will be given admission.

    5. In case of failure to get admission in a particular faculty, the same admission form may not be used for admission to another faculty. If a candidate does not hope to get admission in a particular faculty and if he is desirous of seeking admission in another faculty, he may apply separately for admission to such faculty before the prescribed date.

    6. Consideration under admission rule 1-12 of the university will be possible only when a regular student submits a medical certificate to the effect and an affidavit with regard to the reason.

    7. Time table will be pasted on the notice board immediately after the last date of admission and teaching shall commence accordingly.

    8. It is compulsory for each student to carry an identity card. Entry to the college campus without an identity card is prohibited.

    9. To prevent misuse of the identity card, the arrangement has been made that in case of loss of the identity card, the student concerned will submit an application with an affidavit to the Proctorial Board to this effect. The Proctorial Board will make a detailed inquiry and issue a second copy of the identity card after Rs 30 has been deposited. If a student is caught with a forged identity card, the college administration will initiate disciplinary and legal action against the student.

    10. Students passing the compartmental examination will not be considered for admission after the admission date is over.

    11. Change of faculty and subjects will be allowed conditionally.

    12. Students failing in any class will not be re-admitted to the same class. 

    Anti Ragging rules : 

The Hon'ble Supreme Court of India has issued very strict instructions to curb the menace of ragging in institutions and has passed an order in May 2007 in which ragging has been declared a punishable offense and anyone indulging in ragging shall be strictly punished immediately.
All students and parents are required to read the instructions of the Hon'ble Supreme Court carefully. Any student violating instructions of the Supreme Court shall be immediately punished by the institution and an FIR will be lodged against the person involved.

An Anti-Ragging Committee has been constituted in the college. Its members are:

1. Dr Mamta Sharma, Dept. of Geography.

2. Dr Hariom Sharan Bahuguna, Dept. of Botany.   

3. Dr Vishnu Kumar Sharma, Dept. of Economics.                                  

4. Mr Anuj Kumar, Dept. of Physics.                                                         

5. Dr Pramod Rawat 

An undertaking is to be filled up and signed by the candidate to the effect that he/she is aware of the institution's approach towards ragging and of the punishment to which he or she shall be liable if found guilty of ragging. A similar undertaking shall be obtained from the parents/ guardian of the applicant. The undertaking/affidavit can be obtained by the student himself/herself (free of cost) by filling the anti-ragging form on the UGC webpage: