RULES & REGULATIONS
- A student shall conform to high standards of discipline and shall conduct himself, within and outside the premises of the Institute, in a manner befitting the student and the Institute.
- He shall have the seriousness of purpose and shall, in every way, train himself to lead a life of earnest endeavour and co-operation.
- He shall show due courtesy and consideration to the employees of the Institute and good neighborliness to his fellow students, respect the wardens of the hostels and the teachers of the Institute and pay due attention and courtesy to visitors.
- To safeguard its ideals of scholarship, character and personal behavior, the Institute reserves the right to require the withdrawal of any student at any time for any reason deemed sufficient.
- Punishment such as expulsion from the Institute, withdrawal of candidature from appearing in university examination shall be executed by Principal on recommendation of the discipline
- Students and their parents/representatives are forbidden from addressing the trustees or the members of the Managing Committee directly.
- Consumption of Non Vegetarian food, alcohol or any other intoxicant and smoking etc. is strictly prohibited in the institute as well as hostels. The guilty students shall be liable for punishment and disciplinary action which may include expulsion/suspension from the institution or hostel or imposition of fine or all of them.
To inculcate a sense of simplicity, uniformity and equality in the minds of students, they are required to wear institute uniform
- On Mondays
- On Formal Functions of the Institute.
iii. On Industry institute interaction/Educational tours.
The prescribed uniform is as follows:
Winter: White Shirt, Silver Grey Trousers, Institute’s Neck Tie, Blue Blazer bearing Institute’s logo and black leather shoes.
Summer: White open collar and half/ tucked up sleeves shirt, silver Grey trousers, Institutes’s Neck Tie and Black Leather Shoes
Winter: White Shirt, Silver Grey Salwaar/Trousers, Silver Grey Duppatta/Institute’s Neck Tie, Blue Blazer bearing Institute’s logo and Black Leather Shoes/ Sandals.
Summer: White Shirt, Silver Grey Salwaar/Trousers, Silver Grey Duppatta/Institute’s Neck Tie, Black Leather Shoes/ Sandals.
Workshop Uniform: While in the Institute’s workshop, every student must wear Navy Blue Dangri / Overalls both from the point of view of safety and efficiency.
- Students are expected to wear decent dresses.
Every student is supposed to get an Identity Card. In this connection a notice will be issued from the office regarding authorized Photographer. The photographer will be available in the institute on the specified dates and timings. Every student must be in possession of Identity card with him/her. Failure to produce the identity card on demand of the competent authority will lead to disciplinary action/ imposition of fine. Loss of identity card must be reported to administrative office immediately and a new card be secured within a week on the payment of prescribed fee.
A student must be regular and punctual. If a student remains absent from the Institute without leave continuously for two weeks, his/her name is liable to be struck off from the Institute rolls. Student will be readmitted on the payment of readmission fee and penalty as applicable. A student must fulfill the requirement of attendance as laid down by IKGPTU, failing which, he/she will be detained from appearing in the end semester university examinations. Students are not supposed to leave the Institute during the classes. Attendance during the functions in the institute is compulsory for the students.
- All kinds of leaves should be applied for on prescribed application form before it is availed.
- In exceptional circumstances, the application may be submitted within seven days after the expiry of leave.
- Leave application should be recommended by the respective H.O.D.
- Leave on medical grounds should be applied on the prescribed format available on the institute’s website.
- The Principal/concerned HoD will sanction the medical Leave.
RAGGING IS A CRIME PUNISHABLE BY LAW
- In view of the directions of the Hon’ble Supreme Court in SLP No. 24295 of 2006 dated 16-05-2007 and in Civil Appeal number 887 of 2009, dated 08-05-2009 and AICTE notifications F.No.37-3/Legal/AICTE/2009 and F.No. 34-AICTE/AR/Antiragging/2016 to prohibit, prevent and eliminate the scourge of ragging; ragging in any form is banned in the institute. It is a criminal offence and FIR shall be registered against the student(s) indulging in this crime.
- Students in distress owning to ragging related incidents can access the Toll Free Helpline 1800-180-5522.
- The student and parents are required to furnish an affidavit as per the prescribed format.
- The contact numbers of Anti Ragging Committee/Squad/HODs/Chief Warden/Hostel wardens have been displayed at all prominent places in the institute. The students are free to contact on these numbers round the clock to report any incident related to ragging.
Directives of the Supreme Court of India issued on May 16, 2007 (Select Extract)
- The punishment to be meted out has to be exemplary and justifiably harsh to act as a deterrent against recurrence of such incidents.
- Every single incident of ragging where the victim or his parent/guardian or the Head of institution is not satisfied with the institutional arrangement for action, a First Information Report (FIR) must be lodged without exception by the institutional authorities with the local police authorities. Any failure on the part of the institutional authority or negligence or deliberate delay in lodging the FIR with the local police shall be construed to be an act of culpable negligence on the part of the institutional authority. If any victim or his parent/guardian of ragging intends to file FIR directly with the police, that will not absolve the institutional authority from the requirement of filing the FIR.
CODE OF CONDUCT
In order to promote ethical behavior, the Institute requires every student to agree and abide by the Code of Conduct. The Code of conduct includes the following:
- Student should maintain cleanliness in the campus.
- Students must not give any gift to any employee of the Institute/Hostel/Mess/ Canteen.
- No student is allowed to involve the name and campus of the Institute in any publication or outside activity without prior permission of the Principal.
- Students must have mutual respect among themselves.
- Students are to maintain perfect discipline during educational tours, Industry Interaction visits, sports & cultural functions, youth festivals or any other functions organised by the institute.
- The possession/use of mobile phones by the students is not permitted within the academic areas; violation of this instruction can lead to confiscation of the mobile phone and imposition of fine.
The parents of the outstation candidates are advised to avail the Institute’s hostel facilities rather than seeking an accommodation outside the premises of the Institution. The boarding facilities in outside rented accommodations viz. PGs etc. may not be quite conducive on account of safety, hygiene, food quality, power back-up, internet connectivity, economy, discipline and other amenities. The students not availing the Institute’s hostel facilities shall be doing so at their own risk and responsibility.
The objective of the scheme is to provide financial assistance to the reserved category students studying at post matriculation or post-secondary stage to enable them to complete their education. The institute facilitates the grant of Post Matric Scholarship to the eligible candidates of reserved categories as per Punjab Government/IKG PTU norms.
- There shall be three mid semester tests.
- It is compulsory for the students to appear in all the Mid Semester Tests(MSTs)
- There shall be 25% weightage to first MST, 25% for 2nd MST & 50% for 3rd MST in the internal wards.
- In case a student falls ill during the course of examination, his/her leave application on the prescribed form supported by the medical certificate should be submitted immediately.
- No leave application will be accepted at a later date or after the examination.
- Theory and practical in each subject are considered two separate units.
- A student found guilty of using unfair means during the examination will be given deterrent punishment. He/ She may even be expelled from the Institute or disqualified from appearing in the University examination.