Students must strictly observe and follow all the rules, regulations and traditions of the college. They must conduct themselves befitting their status as students of the college, both within and outside the campus. They are answerable to the Principal for their behaviour in general and within the college campus in particular. Insubordination or misconduct of any kind, indecent gestures or remarks, offensive graffiti or postering will be viewed as a serious breach of discipline. Such cases will be dealt with severely and the defaulter will be expelled from the institution without any notice. Smoking, gambling, use or possession of alcohol/drugs by the student is prohibited at all times. Such cases, regardless of circumstances will result in immediate expulsion without any further appeal for readmission. Students are expected to acquaint themselves regularly with the information displayed on the college notice boards. No fund collection for any purpose whatsoever shall be allowed in the college without the explicit permission of the Principal. Students must carry their Identity Card with them at all times as they may be asked to produce the same at any time. Any person, people or students other than the authorised official/ staff, if found mis-handling the college gate and properly willbe automatically subjected to law and the Police. Students living on their own must make satisfactory living arrangements with a local guardian approved of by the Principal. Students requiring railway/air travel concessionshould apply to the Principal in the appropriate form (s) at least three days in advance. Requests for immediate issus of such concession will not be entertained.
Students must attend a minimum of 75% of the class lectures. Students whose attendance falls below the mandatory 75% will be debarred from appearing for the End Semester Examination. Their names will automatically be struck off the College Roll. Consequently, fresh admissions to the first semester will have to be sought.
The College has an Anti-Ragging Committee who looks after the newly admitted students by giving all possible help to them. The anti-ragging directions of the Central Government are given wider publicity through the College prospectus and also put up in the notice boards. However, there is no report of ragging in the College till date. The following are the key observations made by Hon’ble Supreme Court of India on the menace of ragging in Educational Institutions and measures to curb it.
- Ragging adversely affects the standards of higher education.
Primary responsibility for curbing ragging rests with academic institutions themselves.
- Incentives must be available to the institution for curbing the menace and there should be disincentives for failure to do so.
Enrolment in academic pursuits or a campus life should not immunize any adult citizen from penal provisions of the laws of the land.
- Ragging needs to be perceived as a failure to inculcate human values from the schooling stage.
A concerted action is required at the level of the school, higher eductaional institution, district admministration, university, state and central governments.
- Media and civil society should be involved in this exercise.
The decision and directions of the Hon’ble Supreme Court have been adopted by the University Grants Commission in the Expert Committee meeting held on 13th April 2009 and circulated to all the Universities vide No F.1-16/2007 (CPP-II) dated 17th June, 2009 titled “UGC Regulations on curbing the menace of ragging in Higher Educational Institutions 2009” (under Section 26 (1) (g) of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956). This regulation underlines that
“Ragging in all its forms shall be totally banned in the entire institution, including its departments, constituent units, all its premises (academic, residential, sports, canteen, etc) whether located within the campus or outside and in all means of transportation of students whether public or private and the institution shall take strict action those found guilty of ragging and /or of abetting ragging”.
University Registration Card
Sikkim University will issue University Registration card to all such students who apply for university registration through submission of prescribed filled in form and on completion of other necessary formalities. Students shall renew this Registration Card every time he/she in promoted to next semester, by filling up of relevant semester programme card.
*Students are advised to maintain an attendance diary.
Uniform is a college obligation. It can only be used for college activities and misuse of the same may invite serious penalty. One should always adhere to the prescribed uniform pattern. Disobedience to this will strictly be monitored by the disciplinary provisions of the college.
Untidy hair cut, unprescribed shoes, exaggerated application of cosmetics and highlighted colour application on hair will be strictly taken action against.
Be tidy and disciplined.
Girl students are permitted to wear trousers.
Students must renew their University Registration, Admission, Identity Card and Library Card after paying the fees within 7 days of their promotion to the next semester.
Students should apply for the renewal of University Registration in every semester by filling up of semester programme card designed by the University failing which their admission to the relevant semester will not be confirmed.
Students wishing to withdraw in mid-session must apply to the Dean of students Affair in writing. They should surrender all the documents issued by the college. Subsequently, their names will be permanently removed from the college academic rolls. Students who withdraw in mid-session automatically forfeit their deposits and except for the caution deposits, payments made to the College will not be refunded. Students admitted to the Ist semester, who desire to withdraw their admission, should apply for withdrawal within the 20 days from the date of their admission. For migration Certificate, students should apply in the prescribed form to the University through the Head of the institution. The form may be collected from the office of the Dean of Student’s Affair.
Note: Refundable Deposits must be claimed within a month after the date of leaving the Institution or on completion of the University Examination. After the expiry of the month, the deposits will be forfeited.