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5. General Guidelines
5.1 Noise/Activity
The teaching hours are scheduled in a manner that students will get very little time for leisure during the college hours. It is essential to maintain absolute silence during class hours, between change of classes, in the library and rest rooms and in the corridors/Public area. Any student violating aforesaid norms will be termed indiscipline and punished accordingly.
5.2 Visitors
The students may be required to call their parents to meet the faculty and Principal to discuss their performance from time-to-time during the tenure of the course.
5.3 Institute Property
The Institute belongs to the students and its maintenance and upkeep should be their top priority. Any attempt to disfigure or damage the college property will be considered a serious offence and may result in paying fines and call for strict disciplinary action. Absolute cleanliness must be maintained while working in the designated operational areas during practical classes including Food lab, F&B Service lab, Front Office lab, Housekeeping lab and Computer lab and the entire campus. Graffiti (writing on walls), disfiguring or damaging walls in the lecture rooms, labs, toilets, public area etc. of the Institute and hostel will be considered an act of serious misconduct, leading to strict disciplinary action besides fine.
5.4 Locker Rooms (Presently not available) and Toilets
Lockers are allotted to students and are not permitted to share lockers for security reasons.
Graffiti (writing on walls), tampering with the lockers in the locker room, damaging walls in the lecture rooms, labs, toilets, public area etc. will be considered an act of serious misconduct, leading to strict disciplinary action besides fine.
5.5 Loss of Property Valuables
Students are discouraged from bringing valuable items including jewellery, expensive watches, shoes and mobile phones to the campus. It is the responsibility of the students to safeguard all their belongings and secure them in their allotted lockers. The Institute will not be responsible for any loss or damage caused to student’s property or belongings.
5.6 Use of Mobile Phones
Use of mobile phones is strictly prohibited during the working hours of the Institute. The Institute does not allow students to bring mobile phones in the lecture halls, labs, computer lab and library. If found using, mobile will be confiscated immediately without any explanation.



 
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