Rules and Regulations

Rules and Regulation regarding attendance

STUDENT ARE REQUIRED AT LEAST (66%) TWO THIRD OF THE LECTURES AND TUTORIALS/PRECEPTORIALS TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR APPEARING IN THE UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION.

5% of Examination Marks in University Examination are assigned for attendance. Full marks are given if attendance is more than 85%.

In case a student falls sick and is absent from the college, a written information must be sent to the Principal within one week from the date of illness and also medical certificate must be submitted within one week of rejoining the college. No medical certificate will be accepted after one week.

NO. D.T.C PASS FACILITY WILL BE ALLOWED TO A STUDENT DURING A TERM, IF ATTENDANCE IN PREVIOUS TERM IS LESS THAN 25% STUDENT ARE ADVISED TO CHECK ATTENDANCE POSITION AT THE END OF EACH TERM FROM THE COLLEGE NOTICE BOARD.

PARENTS ARE REQUESTED TO KEEP THEMSELVES INFORMED ABOUT ATTENDANCE POSITION OF THEIR WARDS

Internal Assessment Scheme

25% of the maximum marks in each paper Will be assigned for Internal Assessment as per details given below
10% weightage to be assigned to house examination to be conducted in the beginning of the third term
10% weightage to be assigned for written assignments/tutorials as well as on the bass is of project reports/term papers/seminars.
5% weightage to be given for regularity in attending lectures and tutorials.

Prizes

The College awards prizes at the annual function to the students for their excellent performance in different fields. The prizes are of three categories.

  1. Academic Excellence
    Students standing first and second in order of merit in the College in different courses of study will get these prizes provided they secure atleast 50% marks in the aggregate. Any student who distinguishes himself/herself in the University, will be given a special award.
  2. Extra Curricular Activities
    The College holds inter-class competition in different disciplines as detailed under.
    • English-Debate, Essay Writing, Declamation Contest and Recitation.
    • Hindi-Debate, Poetry and Short Story Writing.
    • Any other function organized by other departments.
      The Prizes are awarded to the winners in each competition.
      The College also holds an Inter-Class Competition for Histrionics. Two Prizes are awarded to the two of the best competitors.
      Those who distinguish themselves in extra curricular activities are also awarded certificates of merit.
  3. Sports
    • (a) Inter class tournaments of the College are held in the months of October and January and Annual Sports meet is held in the month of March. Prizes and Certificates of merit are awarded to those who distinguish themselves in these events.
    • (b) College Crests are awarded to the following categories of Sportsmen Provided that they have represented the college as members of its team:
      • State Players/Athletes
      • University Players/Athletes
      • All those individuals who come out winners or runners up in the inter college competitions held by the University of Delhi.
      • All members of the teams who are winners or runners up in the Inter college tournaments.
      • Other players or athletes of recognized merit.

The college has provision for outdoor as well as indoor Games. Facilities are specially provided for Football, Volleyball and Badminton. Facilities for indoor games like Table-Tennis, Carrom and Chess are also provided, A200 Metre track has been developed at the site of the College for the athletes.

The Department of other games and sports is under the charge of a qualified Director of Physical Education, Teachers in charge of various games and Captains of various teams. The sports Committee assists the sports incharge in day-to-day activities of the sports department Outstanding and deserving players are encouraged in all respects.

National Cadet Corps (NCC)
The college a.lso offers the students the option of joining the various activities of the NCC.

National Service Scheme (NSS)
Students opting for the NSS are initiated into a variety of community services. They are required to opt for one of the projects taken up by the college.
Apart from the regular project work of 6 hours per week, students are required to attend at least one camp during the holidays. Lodging, boarding and travel for these camps are made available to the participants.

College Magazine

The college prints its annual bilingual Magazine called ASMITA which contains essays, poems, stories and reviews etc. written by all members of the college fraternity. ASMITA also reports the annual educational, cultural, social and sporting activities of the college.

General Rules:

  1. Notice Board
    Students must make it a point to see the Notice Board at least twice a day. Ignorance of any notification will not be accepted as a plea of any delay/excuse in any matter.
  2. Order of Silence
    Students should not loiter in the corridors or speak loudly near the Class rooms and the Office Block.
  3. No Smoking
    Smoking in the college premises is strictly prohibited.
  4. Cleanliness
    College lawns and premises must be kept clean. Disciplinary action will be taken against those who cause damage to college properties and those who write on the college walls, classrooms & toilets. Spitting in the college premises is also prohibited.
  5. Visitors
    Students are not permitted to receive or entertain visitors in the college during college hours. In case of emergencies, only parents may contact the Section Officer (Administration) for necessary help.
  6. Free Periods
    Free Periods should be utilized for reading books and journals in the College Library or using the facilities of the E-Resource Centre if they are available at the time.
  7. Telephone and Cell phones
    The office telephone is not meant for students. Students are also requested not to use their cell phones while attending lectures. Playing music on cellphones in the college building and thus disturbing lectures and other academic activities is prohibited. Action will be taken against students who violate these rules.
  8. Parking
    Students must park their vehicles only at the stand marked for them and NOT in the parking space reserved for teaching and non teaching staff. Disciplinary action will be taken against students found sitting on or fiddling with vehicles parked inside the college premises. Students present in the college but not attending classes will be fined.

The failure to comply with the above mentioned rules will be treated as an act of indiscipline attracting penal action.

 
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