General Guidelines


Rules & Regulations of the Institute

1.  Students should maintain discipline, dignity and decorum in the college premises.

2. Use of Mobile phones are strictly banned in the college premises. If any student is found in possession of phone, it will be confiscated immediately.

3.  Ragging, teasing, chewing tobacco or gutka or pan masala, smoking, drinking alcohol and other unhealthy  practices are strictly prohibited. If any student is found guilty, they will be punished and penalised accordingly.

4.  Ragging is considered a serious punishable offence by the authorities. Any student who faces any problem in this regard can complain to the anti-ragging committee of the institute headed by the Principal.

5.  Students should not associate with any groups inside or outside the college and should not engage in any group activities that are against the interest and reputation of the college.

6.  Students require minimum of 75% attendance in theory and practical classes separately in each subject to appear for examinations. Students found short of attendance will not be permitted to appear for university examinations.

7. Monthly attendance of the student will be monitored and any student found with less than 75% attendance will be fined.

8.  Students should be dressed neatly and properly as per the dress code specified by the authorities.

9.   All students are required to strictly follow the college timings. They should be in the college campus during the college working hours.

10.  Laboratory breakages, loss of books and damage to furniture etc., shall be charged to the candidate concerned.

11.  In case of missing books from the library,  the candidate should replace the book with latest edition available in the market or candidate has to pay double the cost of the book.

12.  Student has to pay the Tuition fee prescribed by the Govt. of Andhra Pradesh and other fees of  Kakatiya University from time to time within 15 days from the date of commencement of class work of every year. Otherwise a fine of Rs.50/- per day has to be paid by the student.

13.  Two-Three sessional examinations are conducted for every theory subject and one for practical in the academic year with 20 marks each.  This will be added to the final marks.

14.  Records, Aprons subject books for the 15.  After the course completion ‘Original Certificates’ will be issued to candidates only on producing ‘No Due Certificate’ from all the departments, Library and Office.

16.  Students can participate in various extracurricular activities like  Sports and Games, NSS etc.,