Rules of Discipline
- Ethics and code of conduct:
The conduct of the students and the teachers is forced to be followed in terms of professional ethics, decorum maintenance and social duty. The institutes at Raisoni group believe that such a disciplined state of affairs brings the laurels.
- Students should carry an identity card with them regularly and it should be produced if demanded by the authority.
- The attendance for the regular classes and sessional exams conducted in the college is compulsory.
- It is imperative that the students strictly adhere to the day of opening and closing of each term during the academic year.
- The student should read the notices displayed on the notice board regularly and college will not be responsible for the loss of any advantage due to negligence of reading notices on the part of the student.
- The student should not cause any damage to the college property.
- Use of cell phones during the academic time is not allowed.
- Students must obey the dress code (uniform etiquette).
- Smoking, chewing of tobacco and other such elements are strictly prohibited in the college premises.
- The college office should be informed in writing of any change in address of the students with immediate effect.
The above rules of discipline are always subject to change, modification, addition, omission or alteration and shall be modified, whenever the Principal deems it fit and proper. The decision of the Principal shall be final and binding on the students.
A written complaint received by the head of the institution from a student or his warden/s (in specific cases), regarding the ragging related atrocities imposed upon the subject, shall lead to the following action:
- Within seven days of the receipt of the complaint, an inquiry shall be done in the matter mentioned in the complaint,
- If it (the matter) is found true in the first impression, the student who is accused of the offence shall be suspended,
- Immediately the matter shall be forwarded to the police station having jurisdiction over the area in which the educational institution is situated, for legal action.
The legal action may follow the provisions made in – Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act 1999, which is in effect from 15th May 1999.