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Rules And Regulations
(a) General Discipline:
  1. Every student has an obligation to obey the rules and regulations of the College and, to respect and uphold its discipline.
  2. Every student is required to wear their identity Card at all times while on College premises.
  3. All the students in the campus should be neatly dressed on all days including during all Examinations.
  4. Students should wear the uniform dress on all working days except the last working day of every month.
    • Boys are only permitted to wear formal shirts and pants inside the campus. Boys should not wear a short shirt, multicoloured Shirt with pictures, Multi-pocket pant, Jeans pant, T-shirt, or Dhothies.
    • Girls should dress modestly and should not wear transparent dresses / half Sarees, Anarkali churidar, churidar with umbrella cut, leggings and Capri pants. All the girls should wear churidar with lengthy tops below knee level without slits and dupatta neatly pinned in “V” shape.
  1. Hail coloring/bleaching is not permitted for both boys and girls.
  2. Boys should have their hair properly trimmed. They must have clean-shaven face. It is prohibited to keep a beard or grow a fancy moustache. Wearing slippers, bangles or bracelets, rings or studs in the ears is not permitted.
  3. The behaviour of the students should be gentlemanly. Indecent behaviour towards teachers, fellow students, or others will be dealt with seriously.
  4. The students should move quietly from one classroom to another and maintain discipline.
  5. Students should be in their classes in time and shall sit according to their class number.
  6. No student shall leave the classroom or laboratory without the permission of the teacher-in-charge.
  7. Latecomers shall enter the classroom or laboratory only with the permission of the teacher-in-charge. However, attendance cannot be claimed.
  8. The Cleanliness and safety of the College building and its property is the responsibility of every student. Any attempt to damage the College property would be viewed very seriously.
  9. Studentsdent are prohibited from organizing or attending meetings in the college, distributing notices or handbills or collecting money for any purpose without the permission of the principal.
  10. Students shall not address any authority in a collective petition or make complaints to a body. All requests, petitions, complaints and appeals should be made to the principal.
  11. Smoking and use of alcohol or intoxicating drinks or drugs are strictly prohibited. If violated, strict action will be taken.
  12. The College authorities will not be responsible for the misconduct or criminal offence outside the College. Students are expected to behave in a fitting manner even outside the College so as to keep up the good name of the College.
  13. The boys should not enter the premises of the girls’ retiring room under any circumstance.
  14. Eve-teasing and ragging are banned in campus. If any student indulges in eve-teasing and ragging, criminal action will be initiated against that student.
  15. Students are not permitted to wear a smartwatch or bring a mobile phone to campus. Violation of this rule will be taken seriously.
  16. The students are strictly warned not to upload and share controversial matters against the interest of the college on social media like Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, YouTube etc. If violated, strict action will be taken.
  17. Any Student:
    • Who is persistently insubordinate.
    • Who is habitually irregular in attendance or inattentive to his work in class.
    • Who is repeatedly or wilfully mischievous or obscene in word or act.
    • Who is guilty of fraud or malpractice in examinations.
    • Who takes part in political agitations or in any movement causing social discord.

will be removed from the roll temporarily or permanently according to the severity of the offence

(b) Issue of certificates
  1. Transfer Certificates will be issued to students who leave the Institution, only after all the dues are paid.
  2. Certificate (TC, Conduct etc.,) will be issued within a week from the date of application.
  3. The principal will not issue a certificate of pass for any University Examination.
  4. Fees for the issue of certificates:
  5. Duplicate Transfer Certificate: Rs.500/-
  6. Any information / Certificates from the college records (for passed out students): Rs.100/- + Search fee
  7. Bonafide Certificate: Rs.50/-
(c) Attendance & Leave
  1. University and College rules require regular attendance in all classes (theory and practical), Games, NCC., NSS., and other part V subjects.
  2. Leave should be applied for, in advance in the form available at the office. Leave application should be addressed to the Vice-Principal / Principal through HoD.
  3. Absence without the leave application is punishable with fine.
  4. Attendance is taken at the beginning of each period. Absence in one class either in the morning or evening will be recorded as absence for half a day.
  5. In case of unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances, the leave applications shall be submitted immediately on return after absence.
  6. A student absenting himself from the College for more than 15 consecutive working days without satisfactory explanation is liable to be removed from the rolls.
  7. Leave applications, in the case of illness should be countersigned by the parents or guardian. Application for sick leave for more than three days should be accompanied by medical certificate.
  8. No student will be exempted from Tests or Assignments.
  9. Fee concession holders and scholarship holders should have minimum 90% attendance (G.O. 666 of 24.4.1979).
  10. Each student is responsible for keeping track of his or her percentage of attendance and ensuring that he or she meets the University’s attendance requirements.
  11. An attendance of 75% is the minimum requirement for a regular student to appear for an end-semester examination.
  12. The students who obtain an attendance between 60% and 74% in a particular semester due to a genuine reason, such as a medical, participation in sports, accidents, etc., may appear for the end-of-semester examination by submitting the required medical or other certificates duly endorsed by the Head of the Department or Principal along with the payment of the Condonation fee as prescribed by the University at the time. (Maximum of 15 days will be considered). Students can seek Condonation for the shortage of attendance once during the entire course of their studies.
  13. Students who have less than 59% attendance during a semester must repeat the semester.
  14. The University has introduced break system from the academic year 2017-18 in which the students who repeat the semester cannot continue the course.
  • Marthandam,
    Kanyakumari District,
  • 04651 - 270257
  • principal@nmcc.ac.in,