Rules and Regulations

CODE OF CONDUCT FOR STUDENTS

 

GENERAL

  1. Students are governed by this code of conduct from the time they join the Institute till they finally leave at the end of the course.
  2. All the students will strictly adhere to this code of conduct faithfully and thus maintain a very high standard of behavior and conduct in the Institute during the course of study.
  3. Formation of students’ Union/student bodies during an ongoing academic session is no permitted. Class Representatives and Group Leaders will be elected.

 

SPECIAL ATTENTION WILL BE PAID TO THE FOLLOWING

  1. Students will be neatly, cleanly and decently dressed and groomed and should take pride in their personal appearance;
  2. They will be polite and courteous in their relationship with other students and the teaching and non – teaching staff of the Institute inside the classroom and within the institute premises.
  3. Morning Assembly will be conducted every Monday on a working day. All students should attend the Assembly. They will be polite and courteous in their relationship with other students and the teaching and non – teaching staff of the Institute.

 

MEDIUM OF COMMUNICATION

  1. Teaching in the classroom and all other official business will be conducted in English. Notices, Circulars, Announcements, Special addresses, etc for both academic and non–academic purposes will be done in English. The same will be used as a medium for accomplishing all theoretical and practical requirements of the M.Ed. Course.

 

LEAVE

  1. No leave of any kind is officially permissible during the entire M.Ed. Course. Under the unavoidable circumstances of sickness, bereavement in the immediate family or other such urgent business, due information and application may be given to the Principal who may take such action as deemed necessary. However, such leave applications will only be for file records.

 

ATTENDANCE

  1. 75% of attendance in theoretical and practical classes is the minimum requirement as eligibility for sitting in the final examination.
  2. Participation in all co-curricular and other extension activities will be accounted for in the attendance register separately maintained.

 

DRESS CODE

  • Students will be neatly, cleanly and decently dressed and groomed and should take pride in their personal appearance.
  • All students will be obliged to wear formal attire on every Monday of a working day.
  • All female students (Mizo) will wear traditional attire on every Thursday of a working day. Female students belonging to other communities will wear their traditional dress. Wearing of traditional dress will not apply to students belonging to consecrated order. Male students will also be obliged to put on some traditional Mizo attire – shirt, tie, coat, waistcoat, etc. on the same day.
  • College Batches will be worn by students on Monday and Thursday of all working days.