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Thursday, 31st July 2014
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Rules and Regulations

  1. Students are instructed to be inside the classrooms during class hours.
  2. All the students are expected to be in uniform when they are in the workshops and laboratories.
  3. All the students should wear ID cards inside the campus.
  4. Students should keep their classrooms, labs and the campus clean.
  5. Driving vehicles without a valid license is not advisable. Students are advised to obey the traffic rules.
  6. Students are advised not to bring any valuable items to the campus.
  7. Leave application should be submitted to the authority before taking leave.
  8. Internal assessment marks will be based on the marks scored by the student in the cycle test and model exam as per Anna University of Technology norms. The progress of the students will be intimated to the parents periodically. The parents are informed to meet the faculty or Head of the department or the Head of the institution whenever required or when they are asked to.
  9. Prior permission must be obtained by the students from the authorities for participating in the extra-curricular activities.
  10. Absence for a period during a session will be considered as half-a-day absent.
  11. Medical certificate should be submitted in case of medical leave.
  12. Students will not be permitted to appear for University examinations if they don't earn an attendance of 75% as per Anna University of Technology norms.
  13. Students are advised to view the notice board periodically to update the information.
  14. Ragging is strictly prohibited inside the campus. The punishment for ragging is two years' rigorous imprisonment. In addition, the court can order award of compensation to the victim. Where ragging leads to sexual harassment or grievous hurt, the punishment is increased to ten years' imprisonment and award of compensation. The latter offence is generally non-bailable. In addition, the court can, depending on the gravity of the offence, order the expulsion of a student from an educational institution if that person is found guilty of any of the offences contained in the Act.