Rules and Regulation of the MahavidyalayaRules and Regulation of the Mahavidyalaya

Rules & Regulation of The Mahavidyalaya

Students admitted to the Tufanganj Mahavidyalaya must obey the following rules and regulations of the College:

  • A student, once admitted in one subject may opt for any other subject only within the date fixed by the University and subject to availability and subject to fulfillment of other criteria and norms.
  • While entering the College premises all students must always carry their official Identity Card with them and they must produce the same on demand. Identity Card procured from any other source will not be accepted. In case of loss of Identity Card, they must apply for and collect a duplicate copy Every student must see the Notice Board daily and comply with instructions displayed thereon, failing which the Mahavidyalaya will not be responsible for any inconvenience, if any.
  • Any student failing to attend at least 75% of the total classes will be declared discollegiate.
  • Any student failing to attend at least 65% of the total classes held per subject during total academic year will not be allowed to sit for Annual Examination. Use of drugs or any kind of intoxication in the campus of Mahavidyalaya will be punishable offence.
  • The Principal may, without assigning any reason, require a student to leave the college if he/she considers such action necessary for the interest of the Mahavidyalaya.
  • Students must keep the college premises clean and maintain the sanctity of the college. 
  • The Code of Conduct for Students (as devised by the Campus Disciplinary Committee)
  • All students must carry their college identity cards whenever they come to the college.
  • Students should not loiter in the college premises when classes are going on.
  • Students should remain calm and quiet while accessing the Library.
  • Smoking, Chewing pan, spitting within college premises is strictly prohibited.
  • Students should switch off fans and lights before leaving the class rooms.
  • Ragging of any kind is strictly prohibited and punishable as per the ruling of the honourable Supreme Court of India.
  • Any sort of vandalism will not be tolerated.
  • Students must show due respect and courtesy to the Principal, teachers, staffs, fellow students and visitors.