1. Attend classes as per time table and scheduled timings. Inform the college in advance for long leave or leave for at least more than three days, with reasons. Inform about the leave on medical grounds with certificate from the doctor and submit fitness certificate on resuming classes. Keep track of notices on the college notice board.
2. Approach and talk your teachers in respectful manner.
3. Always throw garbage/waster papers/items in the dustbins.
4. Switch-off lights and fans if room is vacant.
5. Keep doors closed while AC is on in the class room.
6. Follow the respective rules and regulations of the Library, Hostel, Computer Centre and Sports.
7. Always keep your Identity Cards with you when in the College. In case you lose or damage your identity Card, a duplicate is issued on payment of Rs. 200/-. In case of loss, the duplicate is issued only on submission of a copy of F.I.R. lodged with the police.
8. Inform the college officials of any undesirable activity in the college.
9. Maintain friendly, congenial and amicable relations with other students and foster same spirit among students ‘community.
10. Handover any item found in the campus to the college office.
11. When there is no class student can use library, visit canteen, participate in sports activities, relax/sit in park, watch notice boards, and gather with friends at hanging out points.
12. Play only in the playground. If you play anywhere else, you may be fined heavily.
1. Do not make clusters/groups near class-rooms while teaching is in progress.
2. Do not speak loudly or make clamour near class-rooms while teaching is in progress.
3. Do not sit in front of office, faculty staff room, speak loudly or make cluster if you have no work in office or faculty staff room
4. Do not deface/destroy/mishandle the college property.
5. Do not take away or move college equipments/gadgets/furniture without prior permission of official authorized/competent for granting permissions.
6. Do not remove notices from the notice board.
7. Do not enter/sit in any Office/Staff Room without any reason/purpose.
8. Do not use any room for any activity without any prior approval 9. Do not involve in ragging
10. Do not consume liquor, narcotic substance, tobacco etc. in College Campus.
11. Do not be a part of eve teasing
12. Do not stick posters/graffiti/notice/banners on the walls
13. Do not sit and make noise in front of any office. Any breach of provisions/instructions of DO NOT’s shall be deemed an act of gross indiscipline and shall be liable for disciplinary actions.
Internal Assessment The scheme for Internal Assessment shall be followed in the regular stream only, and is applicable to the students admitted from the academic session 2003-04 onwards in both undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses. The specific Ordinances pertaining to schemes of examinations of various courses shall stand amended, mutatis mutandis, to the extent of internal assessment as laid down in this Ordinance, subject to exclusions referred to above.
Internal Assessment marks shall be shown separately in the Marks Sheet issued by the University and these marks shall be added to the annual/ semester examination marks for determining the division of the student.
25% of the maximum marks in each paper in undergraduate courses shall be assigned for Internal Assessment and the remaining 75% marks for the annual / semester University Examination; the time duration and other modalities of the annual/semester Examination with respect to this 75% component shall remain as per existing schemes of examination for various undergraduate courses.
For the Semester Examination Scheme, there shall be 10% weightage assigned to Class Test(s)/Quiz(s) to be conducted by each college, for all subjects in B.A., B.Com. and B.Sc. courses and all papers of the Main Subject in Honours courses.
Each student shall be assessed on the basis of written assignments/ tutorials as well as on the basis of project reports/term papers/seminars. There shall be 10% weightage for such written assignment; and project reports/presentations/ term papers/seminars. Each student shall be given at least one written assignment per paper in each term /semester.
There shall be 5% weightage for regularity in attending lectures and tutorials, and the credit for regularity in each paper, based on attendance, shall be as follows:
More than 67% but less than 70% - 1 mark
70% or more but less than 75% - 2 marks
75% or more but less than 80% - 3 marks
80% or more but less than 85% - 4 marks
85% and above - 5 marks
[Medical certificates shall be excluded while calculating credit towards marks to be awarded for regularity, though such certificates shall continue to be taken into account for the purpose of calculating eligibility to appear for examinations as per the existing provisions of Ordinance Vll.2.9.(a)(ii).]
The promotion criteria shall be as per the existing Ordinances for University Examinations, as applicable to respective courses. In addition, the same criteria shall apply to the total of the University Examination and the Internal Assessment, taken together.
RELEVANT ORDINANCES RELATED TO CALCULATION OF BENEFITS
Ordinance VII: Conditions for Admission to Examinations
(a) (i) In the case of a student who is selected as a member of the N.C.C. to participate in the annual N.C.C. Camps or is deputed to undertake Civil Defence work and allied duties or in the case of a student who is enrolled in the National Service Scheme and is deputed to various public assignments by or with the approval of the Head of the institution concerned or a student who is selected to participate in sports or other activities organised by the Inter-University Board or in national or international fixtures in games and sports approved by the Vice-Chancellor or a student who is required to represent the University at the Inter-University Youth Festival, or a student who is required to participate in periodical training in the Territorial Army or a student who is deputed by the College to take part in Inter-College sports or fixtures, debates, seminars, symposia or social work projects or a student who is required to represent the College concerned in debates and other extra-curricular activities held in other Universities or such other activities approved by the Vice-Chancellor for this purpose, in calculating the total number of lectures etc. delivered in the College, or in the University, as the case may be, for his course of study in each academic year, the number of lectures etc., in each subject delivered, during the period of absence for that purpose shall not be taken into account.
(ii) The Principal of a College may consider, on the basis of the Medical Certificates produced, exceptionally hard cases of students who had fallen seriously ill or had met with an accident during the year disabling them from attending classes for a certain period, with a view to determining whether the lectures etc. delivered during the said period, or a part thereof, could be excluded for purposes of calculation of attendance of the year and decide each case on its own merits.
(b) A College shall notify on the notice board the final attendance position of each of its students within three days of the dispersal of the classes in the last session of the academic year. Not later than five days, thereafter, a student may, by an application to the Principal of the college, claim benefit of exclusion of lectures under sub-clause (a) above on grounds to be specified and accompanied by the relevant documents. All such applications submitted within time shall be considered and disposed of by the Principal of the College at least 3 days prior to the commencement of the examination, in which the student is intending to appear.
(c) The benefit of exclusion of lectures contemplated in categories (i) or (ii) of sub- clause (a) above, either separately or jointly, shall in no case exceed 1/3 of the total number of lectures delivered.
Following points should be noted in view of Ordinance VII and Ordinance VIII-E
1. The rules related to benefits mentioned in Ordinance VII and VIII-E of University of Delhi shall be strictly followed.
2. Medical benefits are given for the purpose of determining eligibility to sit in examinations only and not for the purpose of giving marks.
3. Total benefits cannot exceed 1/3 of the total lectures delivered.
4. Benefits are given for participation and not for organising the events/ activities.
5. Concerned Teacher-in-charge of societies shall make sure that the participation of student is bonafide.
6. Benefit sheet should be given for every student separately. Students must submit the photocopy of benefit sheet to their concerned teacher but original sheet must be shown to the concerned teacher, if the teacher demands.
Maintenance of Discipline Among Students—Ordinance XV-B
The following shall amount to acts of gross indiscipline:
a. Physical assault, or threat to use physical force, against any member of the teaching and non-teaching staff or student
b. Carrying of, use of or threat to use of any weapons
c. Any violation of the provisions of the Civil Rights Protection Act, 1976
d. Violation of the status, dignity and honour of students belonging to the scheduled castes and tribes
e. Any practice, whether verbal or otherwise derogatory of women
f. Any attempt at bribing or corruption in any manner
g. Willful destruction of institutional property
h. Creating ill-will or intolerance on religious or communal grounds
i. Causing disruption in any manner of the academic functioning of the University system;
j. Prohibition of Ragging as per Ordinance XV-C.
In the interest of maintaining discipline as may seem to appropriate, the Principal, may in the exercise of the powers conferred upon him/her order or direct that any student or students—
a. be expelled; or
b. be, for a stated period rusticated; or
c. be not for a stated period, admitted to a course or courses of study in a College, Department or Institution of the University; or
d. be fined with a sum of rupees that may be specified; or
e. be debarred from taking a University or College or Departmental Examination or Examinations for one or more years; or
f. that the result of the student or students concerned in the Examination or Examinations in which he / she or they have appeared be cancelled.
The Principal shall have the authority to exercise all such disciplinary powers over students in the College as may be necessary for the proper conduct of the Institution.
Prohibition and Punishment for Ragging
1. Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited, within the premises of College/Department or Institution and any part of Delhi University system as well as on public transport.
2. Any individual or collective act or practice of ragging constitutes gross indiscipline and shall be dealt with under this Ordinance.
3. Ragging for the purposes of this Ordinance, ordinarily means any act, conduct or practice by which dominant power or status of senior students is brought to bear on students freshly enrolled or students who are in any way considered junior or inferior by other students; and includes individual or collective acts or practices which –
a) involve physical assault or threat to use of physical force
b) violate the status, dignity and honour of women students
c) violate the status, dignity and honour of students belonging to the scheduled caste and tribe
d) expose students to ridicule and contempt and affect their self-esteem
e) entail verbal abuse and aggression, indecent gestures and obscene behavior.
4. In case any student(s), who have obtained degrees of Delhi University, are found under this Ordinance committing an act or practice of ragging, they may be sbjected under Statute 15 to appropriate action for withdrawal of degrees conferred by the University.
5. For the purpose of Ordinance XV, abetment to ragging whether by way of any act, practice or incitement or ragging will also amount to ragging.