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Discipline

Discipline

De Paulians have a duty to be honest in their academic and non-academic endeavors to maintain academic integrity. If there is any violation related to academic or non-academic matters, disciplinary action will be taken as per the rules of the institution. College has a Disciplinary Committee consisting of the Principal, Dean/ Academic Coordinator, Student Affairs Officer and other nominated members.

Code of conduct
Rules regarding General Discipline

  • The official language of the campus is English
  • Students should have to maintain 75% class attendance for each subject in order to appear for the University examinations.
  • Students should be present in the class at the commencement of each class. Late comers shall not be entertained to enter the class and under no circumstances are entitled for attendance.
  • Students are responsible for the safety of their belongings.
  • Any damage done to the property of the Institution within the campus by any student, the same shall be indemnified in favor of the Institution and the student shall be liable for disciplinary actions as determined by the management.
  • Students are required to respect teachers. Use of physical force and/or foul language against teachers and other employees of the college are strictly forbidden and the student shall be liable for dismissal without notice.
  • Students shall not indulge in stealing of things belonging to others, and anyone involved shall be suspended or dismissed from the college.
  • The use of drugs, alcohol and any other intoxicants or tobacco within the hostel, college or in the campus is strictly prohibited, and any violation shall be reported to the Police and the student be dismissed.
  • Ragging is considered an offence and shall be dealt strictly in accordance with the law.
  • Any physical violence is strictly prohibited on the campus and the local police department shall be notified in case of violation. The enforcement of this rule is based on the recommendations of the University Grants Commission (UGC) and the Supreme Court of India.
  • In case a student is being dismissed from the college, he/she is automatically dismissed from the hostel as well. In case of suspension, attendance will be marked as absent.
  • Students and their parents or guardians are forbidden to give gifts to teachers and other employees of the college.
  • Students are not allowed to collect funds or organize picnic or any other event without the written permission of the Principal.
  • Dress Code
    Students are strictly required to wear decent and moderate dress on the campus. Men and women should wear formal dress during the class hours and in the college block. Proper uniform is a must on specified days. Impropriety in appearance will be considered as indiscipline.
  • The students and the staff should wear Identity Cards issued by the college authorities all the time.
  • In order to promote a healthy and suitable environment of study, the use of mobile phones is restricted on the campus. Students should not use mobile phones in the college block, library, and dining hall. Violation of this rule will result in seizure of the mobile phones and imposition of hefty fines. No justification shall be entertained in this matter. College authorities will not be responsible for any personal damage or problem caused by the use of phone.
  • Students who are using boarding facility are to obtain written permission and signature of the Director of Hostel/Principal for the exit and entry to the campus.
  • Students will have to return all the library books or pay for the lost and damaged books at the end of every semester. Any unpaid amount will result in delay in issuing of transfer certificate from the college.
  • Students are expected to respect the allotted days or deadlines for submission of assignments. The violation of which will attract fines or any other disciplinary action as the management deems fit.
  • All Catholic students are expected to honor the tenets of Catholic Church and mandated to attend the Holy Mass on Sundays at the campus chapel.
  • To promote harmony and to provide secure environment for education, the college prohibits violence, groupism and any kind of clashes among students. Campus politics is not allowed in De Paul College, Mysore.
  • Boarders are not allowed to permit friends or relatives to enter their rooms without the permission of the College Principal or the Director of the Hostel.
  • Students are not allowed to interact with outsiders without explicit permissions from the Principal or the Warden.
  • College students are not allowed to entertain the school students in their rooms, share any property/articles with them, and instigate them for any unlawful actions or behavior.
  • Any student found/suspected to be speaking/doing anything individually or collectively against the reputation/smooth functioning of the college or college staff shall be liable for disciplinary action including suspension for an appropriate period as decided by the management or dismissal from the college.
  • Permission to go out/home should be sought in writing one day prior to the day of exit.
  • Students are expected to participate in or cooperate with all activities of the college. Avoidance and absenting will be viewed very seriously by the college authority.
  • Students are expected to be on time for the class and other activities.
  • Fees once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances. Delay in payment of fees will attract fine and the college will not issue Hall Ticket for examinations and Transfer Certificates.
  • The students are expected to have taken prior permission from their parents/guardians to participate on-campus and off-campus programs such as NSS/NCC/or any other activities organized by the college. The college will not seek specific permission from the parents/guardians.
  • Violation of any code of conduct as mentioned above, explicitly or implicitly, will attract disciplinary action. The decision of the Management will be final.